22 Big Macs in one hour… She is only a size 6


Nela Zisser is a model and New Zealand’s Miss Earth contestant.  She’s a size 6.  Twiggy little thing. She’s also a competitive eater.  And she’s not a vegan.  Yay!

Born in Christchurch, New Zealand, Nela was scouted at the age of sixteen by a local modeling agency. She moved to Auckland when she was eighteen to pursue her modelling career and in 2013 was named Miss Earth New Zealand. She recently set out to see how many Big Macs she could chow down on in one hour.

Not bad for a size six.  If you’re thinking she’d be a fun date, don’t take her out for dinner.

Beating the second-place score by a whopp(er)ing five burgers, she says that she’s happy with her result and that it was ‘the most food I’ve ever done in my life’.

This is just the latest in a long line of challenges Nela has set herself in her quest to become a competitive eating champ.

As well as the Peanut Butter cup challenge, she has scoffed 120 chicken nuggets in just over 16 minutes, and 12 Krispy Kreme doughnuts in 96 seconds – and she had a steak dinner for afters.

In a one kilo burger eating competition she left other contestants eating her crumbs with a three minutes 40 second eating time, a whole two minutes in front of the runner-up.

I don’t even want to think about how much steak and lobster she could down in an hour.


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