The Diet of Naturally Skinny People (r/AskReddit)


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  1. Nugzdealer says: August 4th, 2022 at 6:52 am

    Love your channel luke 😌

  2. Empress Qi says: August 4th, 2022 at 6:53 am

    Naturally skinny people don’t have to follow any diet. If you’re naturally skinny, meaning very fast metabolism, you can eat whatever and not gain a pound so you don’t pay attention to what you eat or how much you eat at all.

  3. N.I.N.A A N.I.N.A says: August 4th, 2022 at 6:57 am

    That ending was magical! You need to keep that! 🤣

  4. I’m 5’5 and 103lbs so I guess I’m underweight…anyway I tracked my calories yesterday and it came to ~1600 calories. I’m very active too since I do sports and swimming at school. I’ve been skinny my entire life and it’s mind blowing how little parts of your life can really affect your physique 🤯

  5. She (the first one) must never eat junk food. Ever. Also agree lacks protein. My hair would be falling out (and did when I ate that number of calories with out concentrating on protein)

  6. girl almighty says: August 4th, 2022 at 7:01 am

    Here’s what I ate the last few days

    Breakfast: 1 slice of bread, 2 scrambled eggs and a piece of fruit (either apple or banana)
    *this is always the same lmao so I’m just gonna list some lunches dinners and snacks

    Lunch: Cauliflower curry with one pita and a banana
    Snack:A handful of almonds and a couple slices of bread
    Dinner: Some Shepard’s Pie and a slice of garlic bread with a side of sweetcorn

    Lunch: Egg, Mayo & Spinach Sandwich
    Dinner: (Homemade) Pizza with mushrooms and sweetcorn.

    Lunch: Pesto Pasta with a side helping of peas
    Dinner: 2 chicken wraps (with sour cream and grated cheddar) and a side of sweetcorn
    Snack: 2slices of bread

    Lunch: Cauliflower curry and biriyani
    Dinner: Tomato pasta and dough balls with a side of sweetcorn
    Snack: Oreo milkshake

    Lunch: Soup and a cheese toastie
    Snack: banana
    Dinner: pasta bake and focaccia with a side of veg

  7. Max Johnson says: August 4th, 2022 at 7:02 am

    Thank you for sharing these stories, they’ve really helped with the motivation

  8. Sofia Latham says: August 4th, 2022 at 7:02 am

    I am 5ft 5in and 104lbs and train as a middle distance runner at semi elite level.
    Every day I eat 4 meals and a huge glass of milk in the morning. I also drink at least 3.5 litres of water. Doctors and my family think I have an ED (restrictive type) because of how much i weigh, which is the only reason, as I think calorie counting (for me, as people who are an unhealthy weight may need it) is BS, and I never restrict myself or label foods as ‘good’ or ‘bad’. They stare at me with eagle eyes when I am eating and stare yet again in disbelief as I clean my plate (like always, as when I eat with them, I feel sick as they force me to eat it all, but make myself finish it, and when they are not there I finish it all as I have a huge appetite). However I actually used to have BED (undiagnosed and ignored/brushed off when I bring it up with doctors) when I was a young child, and was quite unhealthy because of it (poor fitness, stomach aches, trouble sleeping). Fortunately I have managed to make a full recovery and am in a much better place now. Most of my family is quite thin (history of hyperthyroidism but that wasn’t the case for me), except my grandma and my brother. He gets shamed for his size (not even overweight, just short and heavy with large hands, feet and squareish head) and as a result had Ed tendencies + thoughts by age 10. It is very sad and I tried to tell my parents about his difficulties. They brush me off and tell me I’m ‘projecting’ my (non existent) ed thought onto him. How they have the audacity to say that, whilst feeding him diet products (which are clearly stated that they are diet products by their labels and packaging) and products with (insert low number) of calories on the label/packaging and telling him he has a ‘great (big) gut’, really makes me frustrated and annoyed. Boys and men can get eds too, and eating disorders are what they say on the tin (meaning they are NOT weight disorders), as people can have them at any size, and also thinner people don’t automatically have an ED just because of their size).
    Sorry for the rant, but just wanted to make this clear.

  9. Frances East says: August 4th, 2022 at 7:03 am

    So I weigh 102ish pounds at 5’3.5 so I’m pretty thin. Today:

    Break/lunch: coffee with a bit of soy milk, a pack of dark chocolate covered banana slices, two slices of whole wheat seeded toast with cottage cheese and crushed red pepper flakes on top. Two bottles of water.

    Dinner: a scramble with 1.5 eggs, half a green bell pepper, and half a small onion, two pieces of whole wheate seeded toast, 4 beyond breakfast sausages, 5 sliced grape tomatoes. Two bottles of water. There was a couple tablespoons of oil.

    I drink water throughout the day

  10. Layla Clark says: August 4th, 2022 at 7:05 am

    If I ate like that I’d gain weight.
    All bodies are different. Naturally skinny is a real thing. Its effected by genetics, appetite and gut flora.

  11. Dean Coleman says: August 4th, 2022 at 7:06 am

    She’s healthy as fuck haha

  12. CartoonHero says: August 4th, 2022 at 7:07 am

    seems like she’s thin because she doesn’t overeat

  13. ཡེ་ཤེས says: August 4th, 2022 at 7:09 am

    what’s funny to me about some of these comments is that according to them your intuition can’t bring you to eat healthy foods lol. intuition is different for everyone.

  14. I’m 5’7 and 130 lbs, in my late 20’s. I’ll list what I eat below. I’m lactose intolerant, so I have to avoid dairy or use lactose-free milk. My breakfast and lunch follow the same formula every day, only dinner switches things up.

    Breakfast: Coffee with chocolate creamer in a 16oz cup, one banana (sometimes a different piece of fruit), and one non-dairy yogurt cup (I buy different flavors.) If I’m especially hungry, I’ll also eat a Larabar, they’re pretty healthy and DF. Surprisingly, a lot of coffee creamers are lactose-free! 😊

    Lunch: One frozen meal – the brands I buy are Fit Kitchen, Healthy Choice, and Lean Cuisine Bowls (these have a bit more food than the standard size.) There’s a lot of flavors, so I always buy something different. My side is either low fat & low sodium potato chips, tortilla chips & guacamole, or pita chips & hummus. The guacamole & hummus are sold in single-serving containers, so I can just throw one in the lunch box. I buy snack size ziploc bags and fill it with chips. It definitely helps with portion size. I buy the 8oz cans of V8 V-Fusion and will sometimes have one with lunch, but most days I am too full.

    Dinner example 1: A roll of sushi (about 8 pieces are in a roll I think) and either an Annie Chun’s noodle bowl or soup bowl.

    Dinner example 2: A Daiya fire-roasted vegetable pizza. (It has DF cheese.) I’ll only eat a little over half of it and save the rest to eat in place of my frozen meal for lunch the next day.

    Dinner example 3: One box of innovasian general tso’s chicken, one package of rice, and one box of egg rolls. I actually split this with my bf, it’s too much for one person, but perfect for two. You could eat half of it and save leftovers for the next dinner if eating alone.

    Drinks: I don’t really list drinks with meals because I just have a huge bottle of water that I drink from all day and refill. When I’ve kept track, I’m drinking over a gallon of water per day. I think it’s recommended that you should drink at least a gallon.

    If I’m planning to be more active or just need a boost between meals, I have non-dairy protein powder that I mix into 8oz of soy milk or almond milk.

    Note: I’m a woman, so I feel like I get more hungry during that time of the month, so that’s why I have the extra snacks "in case I’m still hungry," otherwise I don’t really snack.

    I know most of those dinners were not home cooked, I feel it’s just easier to show portions this way, also we do eat that stuff at least once or twice a week. When we cook, there’s always leftovers, and you just have to be good about your portions. Use a smaller plate or bowl if you’re worried you’ll eat too much, and just fill it up once and only eat what’s on your plate. That’s my advice from someone who’s consistently stayed the same weight for years.

  15. Gravityrain says: August 4th, 2022 at 7:10 am

    My diet as someone with a 19 bmi (5’8 and 125 lbs)
    Morning- pancakes with chocolate chips and syrup
    Lunch- pasta with cheese and a tomato cream sauce
    Dinner- a bag of salt and vinegar chips
    Snacks- coffee and a small mandarin
    Total cal – 1950

  16. The first diet actually sound very carefully planned, especially since she eats the same thing every day. I would say she’s probably not so much “naturally skinny” as very careful about what she eats.
    I gotta admit though, I admire anyone who can eat a salad for breakfast every day. 😅

  17. I don’t know if this is helpful, but if you don’t have hypertension in your family, and if you achieve all your other daily electrolytes, PLEASE don’t skimp on salt. Something terrifying happened to me because I avoided salt for so long. We’ve always been taught that salt = bad, but too low salt (while getting enough potassium magnesium calcium zinc) is dangerous. You can have heart failure, and your metabolism will slow down so much if you don’t eat enough salt, ESPECIALLY if you’re working out a lot. PLEASE eat enough salt guys. Please. And please get enough protein. So many people it seems are eating under 40g of protein a day. Protein is vital and without it, you might lose a lot of muscle while losing fat. Also, protein revs your metabolism.

  18. FRANCINE BERNICE DIANA s says: August 4th, 2022 at 7:11 am

    Im asian thought and my families diet is basically just fishes rice and greens like a ton of greens and i like eating fruit for snacks such as banana like i can eat 10 bananas in a day lol

  19. JuneMcLovin says: August 4th, 2022 at 7:12 am

    Her meals seem like someone that really puts effort into what she puts in her body. Im naturally skinny but I literally eat fast food every single day

  20. Kayleigh Arnold says: August 4th, 2022 at 7:12 am

    I’m 5’4 and 90 pounds, I think my BMI is like 16 last time I checked

    For breakfast I ate 1 cup of pudding (vanilla because it’s delicious and it was at 7:20am ish)
    For lunch I normally eat nothing or gummies at 12:30 ish
    When I get home I normally eat a sandwich and chips at like 4:00
    At dinner I normally eat something like a few chicken nuggets or Mac n cheese normally around 6
    Then around 10 I sometimes get ramen noodles.
    I’m just naturally skinny and I hate it because I went bowling with friends 3 days ago and my forearm still hurts

  21. The first girl in this video I 100% don’t believe she is truthful about her eating that and not gaining weight. She must be working out a ton. I am the same height and if I ate what she ate, I would be gaining weight like crazy. If I’m not under 1200 I gain weight or maintain it. Everyone is different I guess my metabolism is horrible.

  22. Yeah that first one is fake. You can’t drink wine and eat butter, tons of olive oil and pasta and be "skinny" this person is selling a weight loss plan. Real skinny people don’t eat salad and oil for breakfast, they eat nothing.

  23. Wordsmith 430 says: August 4th, 2022 at 7:13 am

    They do a lot of these videos but we never get any real answers. The truth, so much of it is genetics

  24. MOMO1234lem says: August 4th, 2022 at 7:13 am

    I’m 5’7 112lbs. Breakfast: Protein powder scoop in oatmeal and 1/2 cup blueberries and shredded zucchini and almonds and a plain oatmeal packet and almond milk.
    Lunch is 1/2 avocado and chicken and and dressing and cucumber and bell pepper

    Dinner is whatever but I try to make sure there is protein in it and I snack on popcorn and m&ms, protein bars, 0cal energy drinks diet soda or fruit and nuts. I don’t drink liquid cals and don’t drink alcohol often

  25. I’m basically naturally skinny because of genetics but I’m hungry a lot but poop a lot

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  27. I’m 18 years old, at 5’3” and 114lbs. I wouldn’t call myself slim, but the numbers show I am on the leaner end of the normal weight range for my height. I don’t have a particularly healthy diet since I snack a lot, though I do eat some veggies and fruit every day. I also eat quite a lot during lunch. I’m also pretty sedentary other than a bit of walking after breakfast and lunch, plus exercise once every two days (mid-high intensity). I remember that I used to be about 125lbs back in secondary school, and don’t remember eating that much more at that time before I started my weight loss.

    I feel that the main diet change I made from then to now is cutting down on sugary drinks. I used to be able to down a bottle of milk tea thrice a week in Sec school, now I feel weird drinking it more than once a week. While I feel my current diet isn’t the best one to follow, I still want to share my experience and what I did then to lose weight.

    (PS. I am nonbinary and losing weight helps me reduce body dysphoria.)

  28. THAT ending!!!! JUST DO IT <3

  29. I LOVE ARUGULA. With a little balsamic? Yes. A little apple, pistachios, and goat cheese? Also a delicious breakfast.

  30. Sierra S. says: August 4th, 2022 at 7:18 am

    I wish I could eat that much and stay skinny. Damn you, short body. 😭

  31. These thumbnails are getting out of hand.

  32. Cat Patrick says: August 4th, 2022 at 7:24 am

    This is what all people losing weight should strive for in order to maintain their weight loss. Find out your TDEE (once you’ve achieved your preferred/desired weight) and eat within at that limit based on your activity level. You can’t go back to your old habits once you’ve achieved your goals. You have to make it a way of life, from daily calorie intake to daily exercise. It’s not easy at first but once you have the routine down it gets easier. Don’t let the return of bad habits steal your success, develop new habits.

  33. Gape April says: August 4th, 2022 at 7:25 am

    A cup of Greek yoghurt isn’t 279 calories . That snack is less than 30O calories

  34. Jose Paredes says: August 4th, 2022 at 7:25 am

    keep it simple, repetitive and relatively boring and your relationship with food will change

  35. saritha jagajith says: August 4th, 2022 at 7:28 am

    I’m in healthy weight range but I’m obsessed with skinny body. Anyone please help me.🙏

  36. i don’t think that’s skinny, it’s normal. i have the exact same stats and i wouldn’t call myself skinny only in the us

  37. Lucy Lang says: August 4th, 2022 at 7:33 am

    The metabolism thing isn’t entirely a myth, but it’s rare. My ex ate like 5 1000 calorie meals and snacks a day and couldn’t put on weight. Also he has stared waking up during surgical procedures because of said metabolism and for some reason they never put it on his file, like f that. But obviously that’s not the case for most people.

  38. The first person is healthy and is how everyone should eat.

  39. I’ve never heard a term for it but I totally relate to stress starving

  40. Mariah Francois says: August 4th, 2022 at 7:38 am

    It’s freaking sad how most skiney ppl got bullied for being skiney now everyone wanna be slime and toned af for bekine season wtf u fat you get shamed your skinny u get shamed humans are very terrible in my opinion

  41. Sam Madlin says: August 4th, 2022 at 7:40 am

    I know there’s a trend that food just doesnt matter as much to thin people, and I wouldnt say I have a habit of eating just to eat…
    But I still couldn’t eat the same thing every. single. day.
    Even if my dinners change.

    We *do* make a meal that will feed us leftovers for lunch the next day and sometimes that same thing for dinner once again. But what we eat changes every 2 days or so.
    My weight gain mostly came from alcohol, sugary drinks and not moving enough. Now that I’ve been exercising and cut out the liquid calories, I’m down 26 pounds since July.

  42. Priscilla S. C's Deaky says: August 4th, 2022 at 7:41 am

    The first story lacks protein.

  43. Savage Stephen says: August 4th, 2022 at 7:43 am

    I can eat pretty much whatever I want and I cant gain weight because I feel full very easily so the only real way I can gain weight is if I am slamming liquid calories

  44. Thank you for posting

  45. Theresa Duffy says: August 4th, 2022 at 7:44 am

    Thank you! Everyone has different food preferences and eating habits, so please ignore the overly critical and cynical.

  46. These stories really helps me with the desire to keep up my weight loss so thank you

  47. Matilde Schower says: August 4th, 2022 at 7:45 am

    No I’m sorry but this doesn’t sound natural at all, especially for a standard western diet. It definitely sounds like she has her nutrition in check and that’s fine, but definitely not intuitive. I’ve had friends who were naturally skinny and they would simply stop when full. They would have healthier options and some junk food here and there. This way of eating sounds more like a meal plan.

  48. I will have to try pasta aioli. I love garlic so much


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