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Cape Coral – Laura Norberg enjoys the summer in Florida: After traveling back to the USA with her husband Michael, the two of them spend many hours sunbathing on board the shared motor boat or by the pool.
Laura also uses the summer to recover from the exhausting time on “Let’s Dance”: As a participant in the dance show, she had dance training almost every day and was always under pressure (read more here).
Laura Norberg: “I gained a little weight”
Although the 19-year-old is happy about the additional free time, the rest phase also has a few pitfalls: Laura has gained weight.
In a video on Instagram, Laura explains to her fans that she has noticed a little bit of corona bacon since she left “Let’s Dance”.
“I gained a bit of weight,” says Laura. “Not really that much now, but I still want to stay fit and keep my figure in shape.”
To get rid of her fat, Laura tries the so-called “ketogenic diet”.
Laura Norberg is now doing a “ketogenic diet”
“I only eat eggs and cheese all day now, you can also eat certain vegetables, such as cucumbers,” explains Laura. “I’m already snacking on macadamia nuts here, you can eat them too. They’re super greasy.”
The special thing about the keto diet is that you almost completely omit carbohydrates. However, fatty foods are allowed.
“When you cut out the carbs, the body takes the carbs from the fat stores,” she continues.
According to Laura, you can see the first results after just a few days with such a diet.
For this reason, Laura only wants to follow her keto diet for seven days. If she does well, she may extend her diet to 14 days.
Luckily, Laura doesn’t have to change when drinking: “Thank God I only drink water and therefore have no problem changing from sweet drinks.”
What is the “keto diet”?
The keto diet, also known as the Stone Age diet, is a special diet. People who follow this diet mainly eat extremely low-carbohydrate and low-sugar foods, but very high-fat foods.
The carbohydrate deficiency is supposed to change the metabolism and get into what is known as “ketosis”. The body no longer draws the energy to live from the food that is consumed, but from the body’s own fat reserves.
Foods such as meat, fish, dairy products, eggs, nuts and healthy oils are permitted on the keto diet. Prohibited foods include grain products such as pasta, rice and muesli, legumes and high-sugar fruits such as bananas, apples and pineapples. (ta)