A BALANCED DIET TO COMPLIMENT YOUR WORKOUT 

Does working out matter if you're not eating right? You're working hard to burn off calories at your workouts but it's hard to burn off a bad diet. 

Does working out matter if you're not eating right? 

You're working hard to burn off calories at your workouts but it's hard to burn off a bad diet. 

Here's what Diksha gives to her clients that complements her 4-week home and gym workout plans very well. 

 

Disclaimer - This is a basic balanced diet so keep in mind that everybody’s body and food requirements are different and you may require something more customized to your body. 

 

5 Tips to keep in mind  

1. Try to replace normal carbohydrates with complex ones. Complex carbohydrates high fiber products like oats, brown rice etc which will make you feel full even with small servings and doesn't spike up your insulin level.

 

2. Eating fat will not make you fat. In fact, fat is essential in your diet. 

 

3. Proteins are essential.

 

4. Focus on the macros - Carbohydrates (the right kind), Proteins and Fat.

 

5. Cooking medium - Butter, ghee or coconut oil

A NON-VEG DIET PLAN FOR YOU

BREAKFAST

Eggs with Oats. 30gms of oats, 2-3 whole white eggs. 

 

MID-MORNING

A fruit or green vegetables. (Vegetables can be consumed in the form of a salad, soup, raw or even boiled or cooked. )

Recommended fruits - Apple, Orange, Musk-Melon, Papaya, any kind of Berry Fruits. 

Recommended vegetables - Cruciferous vegetables that include broccoli, cauliflower, cabbage, brussels sprouts etc. Bell-peppers and mushrooms are also good.

 

LUNCH

80gms of Meat. (All types of meat are okay)

2 Whole Wheat Rotis

Curd and Green Vegetables 

 

EVENING SNACK

A fistful of nuts, peanuts, almonds or walnuts with coconut water or buttermilk. 

 

DINNER

Vegetable soup with 80gms of grilled chicken or fish

A VEG DIET PLAN FOR YOU

BREAKFAST

Oats with milk or vegetables. 

 

MID - MORNING

A fruit or green vegetables. (Vegetables can be consumed in the form of a salad, soup, raw or even boiled or cooked. )

Recommended fruits - Apple, Orange, Musk-Melon, Papaya, any kind of Berry Fruits. 

Recommended vegetables - Cruciferous vegetables that include broccoli, cauliflower, cabbage, brussels sprouts etc. Bell-peppers and mushrooms are also good.

 

LUNCH

80gms of Paneer or a bowl of whole beans like rajma, chana.
Two Whole Wheat Rotis
Curd and Green Vegetables

 

EVENING SNACK

A fistful of nuts, peanuts, almonds or walnuts with coconut water or buttermilk. 

 

DINNER

Vegetable soup with 80gms of grilled paneer

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