In a jaw-dropping revelation, Arnold Zikhali, a Zimbabwean strongman, has left his fellow countrymen stunned with his astonishing meals and daily food intake. Zikhali, who recently made headlines by effortlessly pulling a massive 56-tonne train wagon, divulged his extraordinary menu, leaving everyone in disbelief.
Breaking Stereotypes: No Supplements, Just Food
Contrary to what many might assume, Zikhali claims that his extraordinary feats of strength are not attributed to any supplements or steroids. “I get all my energy from food,” he proudly declared in a recent interview. He also emphasized that he is not a bodybuilder but simply someone who appreciates the power of nourishment.
An Insatiable Morning Feast
Zikhali opened up about his breakfast routine, which can only be described as an Olympic-sized meal. “For breakfast, I devour two loaves of bread and an astounding 30 eggs,” he revealed. Of these eggs, 15 are boiled while the other 15 are fried, and to top it off, he adds crispy bacon to his morning extravaganza.
A Lunch That Defies Gravity
As if his breakfast wasn’t astonishing enough, Zikhali’s lunch takes his food intake to new heights. A staggering 2 kilograms of sadza (a traditional Zimbabwean cornmeal dish) and an equal amount of relish form the foundation of his midday feast. He pairs this substantial meal with six pints of lacto and one litre of juice. To maintain hydration, Zikhali then guzzles two litres of water, and as if that weren’t enough, he further snacks on 10 oranges, 5 apples, and 15 bananas.
Originating from Childhood Habits
When questioned about his prodigious appetite, the strongman attributed it to his upbringing. “I grew up that way” Zikhali stated matter-of-factly. It seems that his early dietary habits have laid the foundation for his incredible food consumption.
Public Reaction and Speculation
Zimbabweans, upon witnessing the video showcasing Zikhali’s diet and meal plans, have expressed a range of emotions. Some have raised concerns about the economic implications of such a lavish intake, while others have marveled at the potential impact Zikhali’s energy could have on the struggling economy.
Social Media Reactions:
ShaeShae, a concerned citizen, tweeted,
“They need to do a lifestyle audit, 30 eggs? In this economy? Bopha, bopha, bopha!!”
Sekuru, another Twitter user, questioned the feasibility of eating 30 eggs a day in Zimbabwe’s current economic climate.
Effort, expressing disbelief, called for Zikhali’s arrest, sarcastically remarking,
“Crate of eggs in the morning plus 2 kgs of meat every lunch. Please arrest him.”
Reno Sweeney humorously quipped,
“He can pull the Zimbabwean economy to life.”
Malinga, intrigued, added,
”I’m keen to hear about his occupation.”
Smoshie, perhaps inspired, tweeted,
“The kind of energy we need to pull us out of this economy.”
Whether Arnold Zikhali’s enormous appetite is a consequence of his extraordinary strength or a key contributor to it remains a fascinating question. As Zimbabwe continues to be astounded by the strongman’s incredible food consumption, it’s clear that he has captured the attention and imagination of the nation, inspiring conversations about strength, endurance, and the power of food.