Shaun's Dietary Guidelines
We all know that a buttoned-up, clean diet is what will fuel Shaun through his workouts, aid his recovery and play a major role in the compositional changes to his body. Rob Sulaver has prepared a list of "Foods Shaun Should Be Eating" to make grocery shopping, meal prep and cooking a must simpler experience for Shaun.
Foods Shaun Should Be Eating
|Warning to Friends, Family, Colleagues and Acquaintances
Do not feed Shaun
Fast foods, fast foods, snacks, alcohol, soft drinks, candy, etc.
Omega-3 Eggs Skinless Poultry (Chicken, hen, turkey) Lean Beef (Sirloin, round, lean ground) Lean Pork (Tenderloin) Anything "gamey" (Venison, Elk, Bison, Antelope, Lions, Tigers and Bears) Full Fat Greek Yogurt Whey Protein (Post workout shakes only)
CARBOHYDRATES All vegetables except for potatoes or high starchy carbs 1-2 pieces of fruit per day
FATS H2O Coffee or Green tea with Stevia or Heavy Cream (no milk) "Shaun is going to eat 5-7 times per day. We're going to eliminate startchy and sugary carbs outside his workout window, increase his protein and vegetables, make sure his fats are healthy and balanced, and get him started on a solid supplementation plan. He needs to stay away from alcohol, gluten, soy, and dairy, and never go longer than 4 hours without food," Sulaver says. NEXT: THE TRAINING BLUEPRINT TO SUCCESS >>