Woman Wins World Record For Fastest Time To Eat A Chocolate Orange

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Leah Shutkever recently shared a video of her breaking the world record of finishing up an entire orange chocolate in a matter of just 1 minute and 5 seconds

Written By Manogya Singh | Mumbai | Updated On:
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Leah Shutkever recently shared a video of her breaking the world record of finishing up an entire orange chocolate in a matter of just one minute and five seconds. Having an entire Terry's Chocolate Orange can truly be fun, relishing each slice peacefully and before you know it the whole ball of chocolatey goodness is gone. 

One minute, five seconds!

Hwoever, eating an entire chocolate orange in just a minute might end up tiring your mouth muscles. In the video released by Leah, shows her gobbling every segment one after another quickly, polishing off the whole lot in just one minute and five seconds and taking the world record title for the fastest person to eat the festive treat. 

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Unbelievable, but true. The previous world record of completing the snack was one minute and 16 seconds, so she beat Adrian Blake by 11 whole seconds. The professional speed eater currently holds five world records for eating different food items. 

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An interior designer with a gifted talent

The 29-year-old speed eater is also an interior designer and a fitness influencer on Instagram. With years of dedication and fitness, she has earned herself becoming UK's No.1 female competitive eater too. In the video of her taking on the challenge, she said that she never planned to get into any sort of competitive eating. She just realized that she’s been gifted to talent to eat fast. She also added that being physically fit is not taking in mighty amounts of food.  

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However, eating fast isn’t as easy as it appears to be. Leah recently revealed the challenges she often faces while attempting to break an eating record. She explained that if the food gets too hot it gets super difficult to eat fast, and cold chocolate is sharp, so the temperature of the water one’s drinking and the time it spends in your mouth is an important factor, which is likely overlooked. 

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