My philosophy is very simple. Eat in preparation for life not in reaction to life. This goes for everything we do on a daily basis.
In the last two weeks I have been trialling a higher fat and lower carb daily eating routine with a focus on measuring the macro % for optimum results in peformance, muscle retention and fat loss. Due to some further study, personal observation and also working closely with some industry professionals, I have decided to implement some new food groups and make some significant changes in my behaviour in regard to the foods I choose to consume.
I went to the farmers markets today and made sure to only buy nutrient dense, electric and alkaline foods as suggested by Dr Sebi and I have made deliberate action to remove certain foods types from my preparation.
Fully organic, no GMO and no hybrids.
This is a new experience for me and I will now no longer be eating broccoli, carrots, cauliflower, celery and lemons (all hybrids) and I will be doing more research on other alternatives and ensuring I stick to the suggested Dr Sebi list.
I have replaced these foods, as mentioned above, with Squash, Spinach, Amaranth greens, Kale, Garbanzo beans and seeded Limes plus others.
Why am I doing all this? Because I want to, I want to lead by example and I want to see how it makes me feel.
I am after optimum results for my training, my life and my daily function as a human.
This week will be the same in regard to the measurement plan as that has does not change until week for when the fats increase and the overall carbs are reduced. I have also added around 400 calories based on macro % to keep up with my training.
I am no longer eating 100g of basmati rice, gone for good, and have replaced it with a very modest 30g of wild rice.
Increasing my dark green intake in its place.
Chickpeas and Teff will also be featuring prominently in my daily eating routine and for breakfast instead of oats. Wheat is out of the picture.
Who is this guy?