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Charna Rowley, 22, from London, (photo) wants to be the first Mukbang star in the UK, everything her online fans request online - including a Chinese takeaway for a family of four

A young woman spotting more than 5,500 calories per meal in an attempt to become a YouTube star has been warned that she is going to a & # 39; early grave & # 39; could go.

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Charna Rowley, 22, from London, wants and wants to be the first Mukbang star in the UK eat everything her online fans request online – including a Chinese takeaway for a family of four and two extra large pizzas with sides.

Charna was inspired by the craze in 2010 that started in South Korea, but went global, with people filming themselves eating while interacting with their audience.

She has insisted that her four gym sessions a week keep her health under control, but today the vlogger appeared by medical expert Dr. Zoe, that her health could be drastically affected by her eating problems.

Charna Rowley, 22, from London, (photo) wants to be the first Mukbang star in the UK, everything her online fans request online - including a Chinese takeaway for a family of four

Charna Rowley, 22, from London, (photo) wants to be the first Mukbang star in the UK, everything her online fans request online – including a Chinese takeaway for a family of four

Vlogger Charna, who has more than 40,000 followers on YouTube, has spent nearly £ 1,000 on takeaway meals and food to date. Depicted with wings, sandwiches, fries, and a hamburger

Vlogger Charna, who has more than 40,000 followers on YouTube, has spent nearly £ 1,000 on takeaway meals and food to date. Depicted with wings, sandwiches, fries, and a hamburger

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Vlogger Charna, who has more than 40,000 followers on YouTube, has spent nearly £ 1,000 on takeaway meals and food to date. Depicted with wings, sandwiches, fries, and a hamburger

Dr. Zoe said: & # 39; It's not just about the calories. It is full of toxins.

& # 39; Once you have this once a week, you will shorten your life and add a risk of disability.

& # 39; There is no doubt that you will have a negative effect on your health. & # 39;

Dr. Zoe said that eating a takeaway of this size is similar to eating a takeaway every day, and insisted: & that will lead to an early death, an early grave. & # 39;

She further explained that her fear of Charna & # 39; s YouTube channel is young and & # 39; vulnerable followers & # 39; by suggesting that food attacks entertainment and & # 39; fun & # 39; is.

She appeared today this morning where the vlogger was told by medical expert Dr. Zoe, (photo right) that her health could be drastically affected by her eating problems

She appeared today this morning where the vlogger was told by medical expert Dr. Zoe, (photo right) that her health could be drastically affected by her eating problems

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She appeared today this morning where the vlogger was told by medical expert Dr. Zoe, (photo right) that her health could be drastically affected by her eating problems

The young woman said she went to the gym three times a week to stay relatively fit. Her ultimate goal is to eat 10,000 in one go

The young woman said she went to the gym three times a week to stay relatively fit. Her ultimate goal is to eat 10,000 in one go

The young woman said she went to the gym three times a week to stay relatively fit. Her ultimate goal is to eat 10,000 in one go

She said: & # 39; This is my biggest concern, I think your next people are likely to be vulnerable young people and I think people will copy.

Misschien They may not go to the gym, but food attacks are also a real problem, and it is not fun.

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& # 39; People who eat excessively are not happy, it is a condition that is filled with misery or sadness & # 39;

Charna, who left her job in the admin to focus full-time on her & # 39; s video, responded by insisting that she & # 39; balance & # 39; wanted to achieve with its food challenges and believes it is only a short-term project.

Dr. Zoe said that eating a takeaway of this size is similar to eating a takeaway every day, and insisted: & # 39; That will lead to an early death, an early grave & # 39;

Dr. Zoe said that eating a takeaway of this size is similar to eating a takeaway every day, and insisted: & # 39; That will lead to an early death, an early grave & # 39;

Dr. Zoe said that eating a takeaway of this size is similar to eating a takeaway every day, and insisted: & # 39; That will lead to an early death, an early grave & # 39;

Mukbang is the growing trend that Youtuber eats large amounts of food for their followers. Charna combines it with ASMR - autonomous sensory meridian response - which is a pleasant feeling that is usually caused by soft sounds

Mukbang is the growing trend that Youtuber eats large amounts of food for their followers. Charna combines it with ASMR - autonomous sensory meridian response - which is a pleasant feeling that is usually caused by soft sounds

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Mukbang is the growing trend that Youtuber eats large amounts of food for their followers. Charna combines it with ASMR – autonomous sensory meridian response – which is a pleasant feeling that is usually caused by soft sounds

She said: & # 39; I would not say that I am willing to get that kind of disease.

& # 39; But I work on balance to prevent them. I know the health risk – I am not saying that I will continue to do this for twenty years. & # 39;

She continued to explain that starting the video was an attempt to be online & # 39; s & # 39; s – not to be famous.

She enjoys the videos & # 39; s so much that Charna is ready to give up her job to make full-time YouTube videos & # 39; s

She enjoys the videos & # 39; s so much that Charna is ready to give up her job to make full-time YouTube videos & # 39; s

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She enjoys the videos & # 39; s so much that Charna is ready to give up her job to make full-time YouTube videos & # 39; s

The mukbang trend dates back to 2010 in South Korea and is now spreading to Europe, with Youtubers like Charna trying to grow up

The mukbang trend dates back to 2010 in South Korea and is now spreading to Europe, with Youtubers like Charna trying to grow up

The mukbang trend dates back to 2010 in South Korea and is now spreading to Europe, with Youtubers like Charna trying to grow up

& # 39; When I first started using YouTube, it wasn't about being famous, it was more that I enjoyed producing it & # 39 ;, she said.

& # 39; I think it is very difficult for young people to get out and be yourself.

& # 39; It wasn't real for the world, it was for me and if the world enjoys it at the same time, it's a bonus. & # 39;

To date, Charna & # 39; s most popular video has 46,000 views and is rising, with a typical Chinese takeaway in full view.

De Youtuber was told that her & # 39; young and vulnerable & # 39; followers could be influenced to participate in their own eating challenges

De Youtuber was told that her & # 39; young and vulnerable & # 39; followers could be influenced to participate in their own eating challenges

De Youtuber was told that her & # 39; young and vulnerable & # 39; followers could be influenced to participate in their own eating challenges

Charna is watching a video of two mukbang youtubers. She hopes to be the first mukbang star in the UK

Charna is watching a video of two mukbang youtubers. She hopes to be the first mukbang star in the UK

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Charna is watching a video of two mukbang youtubers. She hopes to be the first mukbang star in the UK

When she asked why the trend is so popular, she said: “I think people enjoy it because they come from the UK and there aren't many people doing it. & # 39;

By combining it with ASMR, or an autonomous sensory meridian reaction, which is a pleasant feeling that is usually caused by soft sounds, Charna has quickly gathered an army of followers who regularly request what to do next.

& # 39; Some people will ask for a specific meal, but then some will say as a franchise, so everyone's requests are always different, & she said.

When asked if she felt there was a sexual element in her & # 39; s, she said: & # 39; Some people have asked me, do you think so?

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But I have never really received comments that say it is a sexual thing, it is more like "You make me really hungry".

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