In short, it’s probably heavily connected to being blessed with a good set of genes. However, sometimes the diet doesn’t have to be completely clean if they live an active lifestyle.
Let’s first clarify what a “healthy” diet is. A healthy diet consists of a few portions of vegetables, fruits, and meats with smaller portions of carb-loaded foods and even less processed junk.
In nature, no animal is able to get fat on their species-appropriate diet aka the individual’s healthy diet. The key is, to find what foods work best for you and avoiding the ones that end in gastrointestinal problems, heartburn, and weight gain.
One person’s “healthy diet” is another person’s inflammatory, weight gain nightmare.
Staying in shape is very easy with the right diet. Eating fewer carbs, and ingesting more meat, fish, and eggs will help you become lean without sacrificing muscle mass (one of the disadvantages of dropping a few pounds).
Many people will tell you the few foods listed in the last paragraph isn’t healthy at all and you should be eating more grains, vegan foods, and gluten-free goods. However, you should give it a try if you’re unsatisfied with the information everyone else is dishing out to you.
If you’ve read this much and you’re still wondering how someone can eat junk food all day and stay thin, you should really think about the nutrients inside what they’re eating.
Eating cake for breakfast lunch and dinner may seem unhealthy (and it is), but as long as the person isn’t in a calorie surplus, they may never gain weight. Plus, being thin doesn’t mean there are no underlying health problems or the individual is extremely malnourished because of the lack of nutrition in what they’re eating.
Regardless of how other people look or live, you should devote your focus to improving yourself and your life. It’s far more rewarding for both long- and short-term physical and mental health.