Eating healthy. Staying hydrated. Getting botox. Using night cream. These are just some of the ways that we can slow the signs of ageing and look young af forever (or at least a few extra years). Drinking someone's blood, however, isn't on that list... unless you're a celebrity, of course.
Surprisingly, we're not talking about Megan Fox and Machine Gun Kelly on this occasion, but former supermodel Heidi Klum who sat down for a chat with Daily Pop. "I suck his young blood, is what I’m doing," the 49-year-old replied when asked how she stays young, referencing her 32-year-old husband. "Like a vampire."
Although it's clear Heidi is joking about drinking her husband's blood – we hope – she did reveal a few more ways that she is looking after her body. "I feel like we're never gonna be as young as we are right now, so we might as well live right now," she said, pointing out that she and her husband recently enjoyed a two week wellness trip in Austria where they learnt "how to be better with our bodies."
Speaking about what she learnt during the retreat, the former supermodel shared an interesting fact. "One thing that I had no idea about is you're not supposed to drink at all when you eat," Heidi said. "No liquids at all, because, apparently, it dilutes your stomach acids."
Previously, Heidi admitted that although she loves the way she looks, perhaps she doesn't have as much body confidence as she would like. "I've always felt great about my body. I've always been very confident, and I still am," she told Closer. "[But] I wouldn't go to the gym in a sports bra and little shorts – I feel like everything's jiggling around."
Talking about how her appearance has changed a lot in recent years, she went on: "The metabolism definitely changes when you turn 40. I always thought, that's not going to happen to me, but it is happening to me. If I indulge more, I have to exercise more."
As for what that exercise involves, the former supermodel added, "Every once in a while I go on the treadmill, but I don't love that so much. I like the outdoors a lot."
PSA: Whilst it's great that Heidi is taking steps to do what makes her feel best in her body, no one should feel pressured to change their appearance unless they want to. Happy bodies are healthy bodies!
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