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I’m gluten intolerant, so that automatically cuts carbs from my diet.
I sometimes train twice a day, so usually save my carbs for the evening.
I love food, and I love carbs: Pasta, rice – that’s my thing.
For me, it’s all about moderation. I don’t kick things out of my diet, like carbs. But I’m not going to eat fast food.
I follow the Bulletproof diet – it is based on grass-fed steak, vegetables, no carbs and a lot of butter.
I eat three home-cooked meals a day, all prepared in advance. My ethos is to stay away from unsustainable low-calorie diets and aim for something balanced: loads of veg, protein and enjoy the carbs you love. Be realistic. I don’t count sugar or salt or grams of fat: it’s very restrictive and unenjoyable.
The first step to optimising testosterone is eating right. That means cutting out the processed junk food and focusing on high quality proteins, carbs, fats, and an abundance of fruits and vegetables. Don’t fall into the ‘low fat’ eating trap, as this will seriously inhibit your testosterone production.
A trick I’ve learned is to eat just a little bit of something that has no carbs and no sugar in it before you go to sleep because it keeps your metabolism going.
I usually have my protein at lunch and my carbs at night – I don’t mix protein and carbs.
I probably eat about 300-350g of carbs a day. About 160g of protein, about 60-80g of fat, which I think is about 2,500-3,000 calories.
At the end of every year, I always get a blood test to see what’s on the inside of my body. You’ve got to see what you put into your body, not just care about the outside of your body – make sure you get in all the supplements and all the protein and all the carbs and the low cholesterol.
Omelettes, I’d say, are my secret weapon in terms of diet: I love them, they’re nice and easy to make, they’re very nutritious, and they’re low in carbs.
During the season, one of the most important things to eat is the carbs. Protein’s really important, too, but it’s the carbs that are important because I have to consistently refuel for the next day.
I like carbs and I like junk food, and I don’t gain any weight from them, so I’ve been slightly abusive of my body because of this.
Simply put, Cavemen’s diet is a diet plan which suggest food eaten by the cavemen. Cavemen ate what was available – like meat, vegetables and a few nuts. What we grow for food is carbohydrates, and that leads to weight gain. I started this diet a few years ago, and ever since, I haven‘t had carbs at all.
I try to get to the gym whenever I can, eat healthy, mostly protein and vegetables, avoid processed sugar and minimize carbs, but I don’t feel like I need to go crazy if I want pasta now and then.
When I’m training for ‘True Blood,’ I don’t eat any sugar except for some fruit here and there. So it’s no sugar, no bread, no real carbs all day.
Fear of carbs, of gluten, of everything – we’ve distanced ourselves from the beauty of food, the art of it. It makes me sad when people say, ‘Oh, I don’t eat gluten. I don’t eat cheese. I don’t eat this. So I eat cardboard.’
I’m trying to do the paleo diet. No carbs.
I start in the morning with something like a breakfast burrito and a smoothie, something that gives me enough protein and carbs to start my day.
I stay away from the carbs and try to make sure I’m not intaking a whole lot of sugar.
People who are exercising to lose weight often try cutting out carbs, but that’s when you need them the most. Don’t you dare put down the sweet potato!
I don’t eat out much. I eat mostly home food and no carbs after 5 P.M. You are what you eat, and Sunday used to be my cheat day, when I could eat chocolate; but there are no cheats to a good body. Now, I don’t give in.
I don’t have a strict diet; I keep it simple. I try to eat fish, meat, veg and carbs – potatoes and rice – but I’ll try and pack it in because as I’m burning so much energy. I have to see food as an energy source.
Hate bread. Too many carbs.
I always lose weight by cutting all the carbs out.
My whole problem is that all of my favorite things at Thanksgiving are the starches, and everyone is trying to go low-carb this year, even a green vegetable has carbs in it.