There are no particular diet plans associated really. One eatable can be beneficial or harmful depending on the person. For example, offer me a glass of milk and to a lactose intolerant, you’ll know what I mean. But fortunately there are some basic principles that can be incorporated into your daily life, and you’ll never need a diet plan.
NOTE: – When it comes to eating, listen to your stomach, not your mind.
- LESS JUNK:-
You don’t get to be lean and mean by rolling through the drive-thru and order a hamburger, soft drink, and bucket of fries. And that ripped and shredded look isn’t made from chocolate bars, energy drinks, and pastries. If you serious about following the calisthenics diet, you’ve got to declare war on junk food.
NOTE-but still, if sometimes you feel like eating junk then Read the labels on everything you plan to buy. Shoot for foods that contain as few ingredients as possible.
- EAT NATURAL:-
When was the last time you ever heard about someone overdosing on celery or dying of eating too many raspberries? These stories are not exactly making headline news! We evolved to eat fruits and veggies in abundance. These foods are absolutely loaded with all sorts of essential vitamins and minerals your body needs not only to build quality muscle but also to regulate its every function. Small wonder every medical agency routinely talks about the anti-disease and general health-promoting benefits of nature’s wonder drugs.
So we know fruits and veggies are good, but let’s go one step further. Whenever possible, eat organic produce.
- EAT PROTEIN:-
Eating flesh is a personal choice, and it can’t be imposed even in the name of exercises. But I’m just giving you an insight to the difference between plant protein and flesh protein.
When eaten, protein is broken down into amino acids.
While animal proteins tend to contain a good balance of all the amino acids that we need, some plant proteins are low in certain amino acids.
In total, there are around 20 amino acids that the human body uses to build proteins.
Your body can produce non-essential amino acids. However, it cannot produce essential amino acids, which need to be obtained through your diet.
Animal protein sources, such as meat, fish, poultry, eggs and dairy, are similar to the protein found in your body.
These are considered to be complete sources of protein because they contain all of the essential amino acids that your body needs to function effectively.
On the contrary, plant protein sources, such as beans, lentils and nuts are considered to be incomplete, as they lack one or more of the essential amino acids that your body needs
But Diets High in Plant Protein are Linked to Many Benefits such as Lower Risk of Heart Disease, Reduced Risk of Type 2 Diabetes, Protection Against Weight Gain,
NOTE: – Try to have a balanced diet containing both plants and flesh. For optimal health, the evidence supports a diet that is low in processed meat, rich in plant protein, with some animal sources such as grass-fed meat, fish, poultry, eggs, and dairy.
- GRAINS AND DAIRY?
Try cutting gluten-rich grains (products containing wheat, barley, and rye) and dairy out of your diet for 30 days, then see if you feel better than before. The bottom line is you can still get all your carbs, proteins, fats, and vitamins from non-gluten, non-dairy sources – such as meat, veggies, potatoes, and rice – so cutting out grains and dairy from your diet will not have a detrimental effect on your training or your health.