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Victoria Beckham reveals her favourite meal is SALT on toast or steamed vegetables

‘I bet dinner time is fun at her house!’: Victoria Beckham leaves fans in disbelief as she reveals her favourite meal is SALT on whole grain toast


Victoria Beckham’s revelation that her favourite meal of all time is salt on whole grain toast has left fans in disbelief.  

Speaking to Ruth Rogers on the River Café’s Table 4 podcast the fashion designer, 47, admitted she was a restaurant’s ‘worst nightmare’ because she was happy with just a slice a break with a sprinkling of the seasoning. 

Taking to Twitter to comment on her diet choices, one user wrote: ‘I bet dinner time is fun in her house, sort yourself out girl and start living on the edge by eating it with beans.’ 

Salty Spice: Victoria Beckham’s revelation that her favourite meal of all time is salt on whole grain toast has left fans in disbelief

While another added: ‘There’s not a chance she’d touch a dairy product !!!’

A third user chimed: My mum and I thinks that is disgusting and sick my mum hates salt it makes her cough I’m OK with salt,’ while a fourth added: ‘Can’t recall ever reading an article in which a man describes enjoying a diet of bland bread and flavourless vegetables.’

‘Victoria Beckham says her favourite meal is salt on toast apparently. Oh do f**k off’.

Liquid diet: The fashion designer, 47, admitted she was a restaurant's 'worst nightmare' because she was happy with just a slice a break with a sprinkling of the seasoning

Liquid diet: The fashion designer, 47, admitted she was a restaurant’s ‘worst nightmare’ because she was happy with just a slice a break with a sprinkling of the seasoning

During the podcast, the former Spice Girl detailed how she prefers plain meals of whole grain toast with salt or steamed vegetables with balsamic vinegar.

Victoria said: ‘This is where I sound even more boring in the food department. I like whole grain toast with salt on it. It’s that carbohydrate that makes you feel comforted and I love salt.’ 

‘To most restaurants I’m probably their worst nightmare. I love some steamed vegetables, some balsamic vinegar and then to season myself. I like things to be cooked in a very simple way. I don’t like oils or butters or sauces.’ 

Victoria added of her unusual diet: ‘Even Gordon Ramsay, a very good friend of ours, says he’s never seen anybody as disciplined about the way that they eat.’ 

Diet: Taking to Twitter to comment on her diet choices, one user wrote: 'I bet dinner time is fun in her house, sort yourself out girl and start living on the edge by eating it with beans'

Diet: Taking to Twitter to comment on her diet choices, one user wrote: ‘I bet dinner time is fun in her house, sort yourself out girl and start living on the edge by eating it with beans’

She continued: I’m not the most exciting eater but I do like to have a drink with my dinner and I can become a very good dinner guest.’ 

Victoria – who has a famously svelte figure – previously insisted to Stella magazine that daily exercise is the same to her as ‘brushing her teeth’.

She said: ‘I work out every day – I see it like brushing your teeth, it’s just something you do. I normally do an uphill walk on the treadmill, followed by a Tracy Anderson routine.’ 

Routine: Victoria - who has a famously svelte figure - has previously insisted that daily exercise is the same to her as 'brushing her teeth'

Routine: Victoria – who has a famously svelte figure – has previously insisted that daily exercise is the same to her as ‘brushing her teeth’

It comes after Victoria reportedly had a near brush with mercury poisoning last year due to her strict diet. 

The fashion designer discovered she had ‘off the scale’ levels of mercury during a getaway to a luxury spa in Germany

She was then forced to eat more salmon and cut down on her consumption of tuna and swordfish after the scare.   

Overload: It comes after Victoria reportedly had a near brush with mercury poisoning last year due to her strict diet

Overload: It comes after Victoria reportedly had a near brush with mercury poisoning last year due to her strict diet 

Mercury naturally builds up in fish, shellfish and animals that eat fish. Too much mercury exposure can damage the brain, heart, kidneys, lungs and immune system.

A source told The Sun: ‘Victoria had off the scale levels of mercury. So doctors gave her a liver flush to help rid the body of toxins.

‘She feels brilliant and is as lean and fit as ever.’ 

'Off the scale': The fashion designer was  said to have discovered the 'off the scale' levels of mercury  during a getaway to a luxury spa in Germany last year

‘Off the scale’: The fashion designer was  said to have discovered the ‘off the scale’ levels of mercury  during a getaway to a luxury spa in Germany last year

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