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SNSD's latest diet plan revealed

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Ever wondered how SNSD maintained their slim figures? During the SBS Lunar New Year special, "Star, What Are You Doing?", SNSD's trainer (Kim Ji Hoon) revealed some details about their diets. "Before an important broadcast or a concert, the girls eat about 1500 calories," he explained. "They would usually eat seasonal vegetables, 5 heads of broccoli, 100 grams of baked chicken breast, 150 grams of brown rice." When asked about their regular diet, the trainer replied, "Because they like snacks and junk food, they usually eat very well." Looks like SNSD got an increase in calories from their 1200 calorie diet. Small wonder that their figures draw so much attention - that diet would require a lot of self-control! Source + Picture: Osen

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fallenheavens Monday, November 11, 2013

1500 calories is actually very easy to achieve and doesn't really require much self control. I probably take in about 1400 calories daily and I am in no shape even remotely similar to that of these girls. It just requires a bit of knowledge about food, and knowing how much you're going to eat before you actually eat it. It's trial and error, and with that much focus on food these girls likely have it down pat.

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izahwayleto Wednesday, November 6, 2013

Ai meu povo me poupe né?! ; Precisa de tanto detalhe sobre uma dieta? Só porquê são famosas ¬¬' ; ;

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