Simplified diet is the best one. Eat like an Alpha. This simple plan is great for fat loss and muscle gain. Same meals, same time of the day, over and over again.
- Egg whites with 1–2 whole eggs for flavor (or, if organic, 2–5 whole eggs, including yolks)
- Chicken breast or thigh
Beef (preferably grass-fed)
- Lentils (also called “dal” or “daal”)
- Black beans
- Pinto beans
- Red beans
- Mixed vegetables (including broccoli, cauliflower, or any other cruciferous vegetables)
- Sauerkraut, kimchee (full explanation of these later in “Damage Control”)
- Green beans
This is Excerpt From: Ferriss, Timothy. “The 4-Hour Body.” Crown Archetype, 2010–12–14. iBooks.
Eating lean and clean is pivotal. Personally I’ve always tried to keep my nutrition fairly simple. It isn’t easy to keep good eating habits at all times, as it does require preparation. What we put in our bodies always should be our top priority, as it determines the outcomes of our performance, yet people often prioritize urgent over important.
Putting your diet front and center will be a decision that will pay off in the long term. Your daily performance, wether in sports, or in business is experiencing a direct impact of your eating habits.
Minimalistic nutrition approach will take care of your macro nutrients, but micro nutrients will also help. Establishing your overall eating habits is helpful but should be expanded with keen focus on uncommon foods that have nutrients that aren’t a part of our routine.