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Model shares shows how she transformed bloated belly in just one week
transform her body to toned and ripped in just one week.Kholood Brieche is a model who openly shares her struggles with bloating to her 108,000 TikTok followers.It makes for a refreshing change to see a model practice body positivity instead of constantly looking runway ‘ready’.READ MORE: Plus size model proudly flaunts rear in undies as she 'maintains size 18 curves'Instead of letting her belly bloat bring her mood down, Kholood has shown how she keeps it at bay with a certain combination of foods.In the TikTok clip that has racked up 151,000 views, the dark haired beauty first donned a pair of white jeans fastened with a black belt and rocked a bralette in a similar colour.As she rubbed her tum, she wrote: “What I ate for a week to go from this bloat,”“To this”, and then shared her toned figure in a Hawaiian print bikini set.According to Kholood, she transformed her body in just seven days with a diet to eliminate her bloating.To start off the day, Kholood would make herself an oat milk cappuccino followed by a protein smoothie for breakfast.For lunch, the model munched on some chicken rice and avocado each day to stay lean and get some more protein in.For more lifestyle stories, sign up to the free Hot Topics newsletter here.Getting peckish throughout the day, Kholood would have a protein bar or a second cappuccino – or both if she felt like it.And to finish her daily food intake, the model had two burger patties and some rice.This certain meal plan worked for the model but might not necessarily work for someone else who has issues with bloating.The model shared: “I basically eat this everyday.”Appreciative of Khlolood showing her struggles with bloating, many people fled to the comments to thank her for ‘normalising’
Swimmer dies in brutal shark attack as horrified beachgoers watched on
READ MORE: Megalodon – the biggest shark that ever lived – ate sperm whales for breakfastThe National Sea Rescue deployed two rescue crafts after witnesses raised the alarm, but the efforts of rescuers were in vain.NSRI spokesperson Craig Lambinon said: "On arrival at the scene, the body of an adult male, believed to be a local, was recovered from the water from the back surf line onto an NSRI rescue craft."The body was brought to the NSRI Plettenberg Bay rescue station."An NSRI doctor, Western Cape EMS and the South African Police Services responded."The man was declared dead at the scene.Lambinon said that the Bitou Municipality closed all nearby beaches following the incident."Condolences are conveyed to the family of the deceased man," Mr Lambinon added."The NSRI and Bitou Municipality are appealing to sea users, bathes, sailors, paddlers and boaters in Plettenberg Bay and also on the Southern Cape coastline to exercise caution following this fatal incident."READ NEXT:Man breaks his neck after being thrown into back of police van without seatbeltsCruise ship smashes into iceberg 'size of truck' and terrifying passengersDecapitated heads and charred corpses found as 15 die in one day of cartel killingsAbandoned dog with no food or water survived off scraps thrown over garden fenceTime traveller warns 'mysterious and dangerous' virus will sweep across the world in 2024
Monster 20ft great white shark that savaged man's legs may be biggest in the world
great white shark which attacked a man – leaving him needing nearly 30 pints of blood transfusions – is now thought to be one of the world's biggest sea beasts.Steve Bruemmer, 62, lost several litres of blood and had to have a transfusion of nearly 30 pints after he was targeted by the beast at Lovers Point Beach, in Monterey Bay, California.He was enjoying a swim when the sea monster dragged him underwater before witnesses saw him resurface and shout for help on June 22.READ MORE Screaming surfer begs for help as legs and arms shredded by great white sharkThe retired IT specialist was "lucky to be alive" after three surfers rushed to his rescue and took him back to shore with their paddle boards.Having had his bites checked out by the California Department of Fish and Wildlife, it now appears that the shark could have been up to 20 feet long – which is about as large as they can get.Officially, a great white shark called Deep Blue measures around that length and weights 5,500lbs and is thought to be more than 50 years old.Although difficult to prove, if the one Steve came into contact with is the same length, or even longer, it will be the biggest great white shark ever spotted.Despite the size of the beast and the damage it did, Steve believes he was fortunate that the shark attacked him in a spot "that seemed survivable”.He said: “The shark bite was unlucky, but after that, I’ve just had so much good luck.“The day was so calm and warm and the beach was crowded. There were no waves and there was no chop.“So people could hear me yelling ‘help’ from a great distance, including from the Rec Trail, where someone called 911.”“I remember I was lying in the ambulance and I thought, ‘my lungs are good.
Shark attack forces beach evacuation as man suffers bite to leg and stomach
shark attack at a popular beach saw crowds of sunseekers flee in panic.One man had to be hospitalised after suffering serious bite injuries to his stomach and leg following the incident at Lovers Point Beach in Monterey Bay, California.He had been surfing about 150 yards out into the sea at 10:35am local time on Wednesday (June 22) when he was set upon by the sea mammal.READ MORE: Florida fishermen arrested after beheading octopus and beating baby shark to deathAll people at the beach were ordered to evacuate following the attack, with firefighters later using drones to search for the shark.No further sightings of the creature have been reported, while the beach remained closed on Wednesday evening.A statement from Pacific Grove Police Department said: "Pacific Grove Police Officers, Monterey Fire Department, American Medical Response (AMR), and State Parks were quickly on scene. "The adult male swimmer sustained significant injuries from the shark bite and was transported to Natividad Hospital by AMR.For the latest breaking news and stories from across the globe from the Daily Star, sign up for our newsletter by clicking here."In an abundance of caution, the Monterey Fire Department, with the assistance of the Seaside Fire Department, deployed a drone to conduct an aerial search of the area for the shark." "At the time of this release, there have been no additional sightings.