‘My diet is very dependent on what stage of training I’m in and whether I have a day in the gym or on the slopes.
I have recently started to eat less animal products so have added some vegan meals into my diet and so far I like the changes. I don’t limit myself to calories if I’m really hungry or know I have a big training day. Some days I eat more and vice versa when I’m not training and don’t need as much.
Here’s a typical day’s diet when I’m training in the gym.
Breakfast: Hot water with lemon, two scrambled egg whites with avocado, 45g porridge oats with almond milk and a teaspoon of agave syrup.
During Workout: Nocco BCAA drink
After Morning Workout: Puori (Rice Protein) shake
Lunch: Organic green tea, sweet chili chicken breast with wok vegetables and a baked sweet potato, a spoonful of mayonnaise
After Workout 2: Barebells Caramel cashew protein bar
Dinner: Mixed bean and lentil soup, small mixed salad (greens, beetroot, corn), vegan ‘meat’ balls and a peppermint tea.
Snacks: Two rice cakes with hummus, two squares of Lindt caramel and sea salt dark chocolate.
Supplements: I take Puori Magnesium (around 30 mins before bed), Vitamin D, Omega 3 and Puori Synbiotics (probiotics with Vitamin C)
Drinks: Three litres of water
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