London, In a recent interview on ITV, UK Prime Minister Rishi Sunak unveiled his unique wellness routine, garnering attention and sparking discussions on social media. The prominent aspect of his regimen is a 36-hour fasting period, from Sunday 5 pm to Tuesday 5 am, during which he consumes only ‘water, tea, and calorie-free drinks.’
During the interview, Sunak disclosed, “I try on a Monday after an indulgent weekend to have a day of fasting. But it’s not totally nothing, but largely nothing. I do have the odd nut. It’s a little reset and a detox at the start of the week.”
Contrary to reports of strict discipline, Sunak admitted, “I love sugary things, so I eat a lot of sugary pastries the rest of the week. I love my food, I don’t exercise as much as I used to because of my job. It’s a little reset and a detox at the start of the week.”
The revelation sparked a wave of reactions on social media, with experts chiming in to share their opinions on the Prime Minister’s unconventional wellness routine.
In response to host Rylan’s question about his fasting habits, Sunak humorously remarked, “I’ve already had my second pastry today. No, yes! I didn’t think we’d ever be talking about this but there we go.”
The interview covered various topics, including the upcoming general election, with the fasting routine taking center stage. Sunak acknowledged the challenges of maintaining such a strict regimen but emphasized its role as a weekly reset.
As the news spreads, the public is left intrigued by the juxtaposition of the UK Prime Minister’s disciplined fasting and his unabashed love for sugary indulgences throughout the week.