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Eat Clean Train Mean

Here’s a simple rule of thumb, anyone can follow, with great ease.

When in doubt, here’s a good motto :

If it runs, swims, or grows from the ground then eat it. If it comes in a bag or box, leave it!


And for those trying to increase muscle mass, shave fat, and increase their metabolism, try this. It has worked incredibly well for me – carb cycling. What I mean is, I actually time my carb intake to match my weights training days/resistance workout days.

Here’s a rather simple three-day pattern I follow.

No carb – low carb – medium carb. You should base your total intake on your own personal bodyweight, goals, and training schedule.

Day 1 – No Carb: Protein, Veggies and Good Fats
Day 2 – Low Carb: Protein, Veggies and Good Fats
Day 3 – Medium Carb: Veggies, Protein, Fruits, Good Fats, Beans/Legumes
After Day 3 – Repeat the cycle
For no carb breakfasts, try omelets with vegetables in them (Capsicum, spinach, kale) and add cheese. Sometime I like omelets with Spinach, tomatoes, bell peppers, half an avocado, and 2 tsp. natural salsa.

Or another big favorite is – 4 whole eggs with yolks, either sunny side up, or half boiled.

By good fats I mean, tons of nuts, salmon (cold water fish), avocado, flaxseeds, chia seeds

Medium carb days are my favourite.. I opt for Chicken rice (lean kampung chicken breast meat) with a huge sides of kailan vegetables! Super yum.. and I get all the energy I need to work out after:) Don’t forget, vegetables (fibre) are carbs too.. albeit insoluble carbs!




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