The former beauty queen, who sky-rocketed to fame during the BCS National Championship game as the rediculoly good looking girlfriend of quarterback A.J. McCarron, sparked controversy on Wednesday when she revealed that she only consumes a measly 1,120 calories a day in her eating diary, which she explains as being about “self control.”
Webb told People that she keeps her 5’11” figure lean by keeping a strict diet of 1,120 calories made up of three meals and two snacks. She intersperses cardio and weight training at least three times each week.
“It’s all about self control,” Webb said. She also avoids bread and sugar. After long modeling shoots, though, Webb allows herself a cheat or two: “I usually go for all-American buffalo wings and French fries.”
“I try my hardest not to even consider getting something like pasta,” she tells People magazine. “It’s all about self-control.”
“I cut out any type of bread product, and cake, cookies, bagels. When I eat a lot of sugar, I tend to bloat more,” she adds.
According to NHS, an average man needs around 2,500 calories a day to maintain his weight. For an average woman, that figure is around 2,000 calories a day. These values can vary depending on age and levels of physical activity, among other factors.
Do you think a 1,120-calorie a day diet is healthy?