Champions League: Haaland’s bizarre diet of beef hearts and livers

theModernity and atypical atmosphere Erling Halland. It is likely that His goalscoring figures are the least surreal of everything that revolves around the Norwegian striker. From petitions to the British Parliament to deport him for being a robot to some aspects of his daily life…it passes His strange diet.

“Hearts and Livers” (From Cow, ed.), Haaland admitted V.I “The Big Decision”the recently released documentary about the fledgling profession of “Android” in the Nordic countries. The 22-year-old striker has spoken about his diet, something he believes has helped him become what he is now: one of the best footballers on the planet.

In the aforementioned documentary (recorded before the decision to sign for Dortmund), which can be seen on YouTube, the interviewer hallucinates when Haaland takes several properly packaged meat products from him. “But… is this heart?” the City footballer asked in astonishment. Haaland replied with a smile: “Yes, it is the heart.”

As they explain in England, Haaland eats around 6,000 calories a day to keep his body in good shape. “You guys don’t eat this, but I worry about taking care of my body. I think eating high quality food that is as local as possible is the most important thing. People say meat is bad, but… which one? The meat you buy from McDonald’s? Or the local cow that eats grass there? I eat heart and liver.”

You don’t eat this, but I worry about taking care of my body

Erling Halland

Filtered water and sunlight…

After that, Haaland continues to talk in the documentary about the importance of maintaining a routine. The Norwegian talks about the water filtration system and highlights the importance of sunlight. He explains in detail that he tries to sunbathe as soon as he gets up in the morning, and also mentions a circadian rhythm to regulate sleep-wake pattern.

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“First thing in the morning I get some sunlight in my eyes, it’s good for my circadian rhythm. I’ve also started filtering the water a bit. I think it can have great benefits for my body.”details.

The first thing I do in the morning is get a little sunshine in my eyes; It is good for the circadian rhythm

Erling Halland

Although it has already been discussed Alfie Haaland’s lasagna, his fatherThis now revealed diet exceeds all expectations.

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