The tips told to Byrdie begin with a little insight to her diet and a little mistake about what dairy means.
“I try to avoid dairy and stick to goat’s milk now, because goats only have one stomach like us, so we can absorb the calcium from them better than we can from cows,” she said.
The theory about calcium being easier to digest because goats and humans share one stomach is simply not true.
Goats milk does however have higher levels of calcium and is considered easier to digest due to lower levels of lactose and smaller fat globules.
Kerr also revealed some of her favourite fridge fillers.
“There are lots of fresh berries, strawberries, blueberries, blackberries, and raspberries,” she said.
“I’m very much into berries, as you can tell.” We can tell. If I knew you Kerr, I’d tell you that Woolies do an excellent frozen berry mix.