Thanks for the info. But what kind of carbo is preferred? Brown rice? White bread? Potatoes? I heard white rice not really healthy.i think avoid carbo completely for lunch and dinner a bit unhealthy leh.
try to have a balanced diet that includes complex carbohydrates for energy (e.g. spaghetti), proteins for recovery (e.g. tofu, lean-meat), and vitamins and minerals for proper functioning of all systems of the body (e.g. vegetables and fruits). Avoid processed foods (e.g. fast foods) because not only do they contain harmful preservatives, they also have depleted levels of essential micronutrients.
While it is alright to indulge moderately now and then, you have to draw a line at what is considered excessive.
I do not have a special diet, although I do avoid fried foods, and ensure I get plenty of servings of vegetables and fruits, and water. Before a marathon I also do some “carbo-loading”, but not in excessive amounts.
Being in Asia, it is pretty difficult to avoid carb. If you do, you tend to end up eating protein heavy food, which are less than healthily prepared for greater taste.Hi, anyone has any balance diet to share?
I hear a bit here and there and want to lose my 19% fat mass. 1 version i heard is to avoid carbo for lunch and dinner. No restriction for breakfast.
Are there any diet plan to share?