Why you shouldn’t follow my diet plan

Just had this question from nosey subscriber Sarah Jayne:

“Rich, what’s your current diet?”

Seeing as you asked Sarah Jayne, I’m happy to share a few of my secrets.

Here’s how most days go for me:

6am – Alkalising salts and vitamin C

6.30am – 1 Organic coffee with honey

7.30am – 8am – Green smoothie Mon, Tue and Thur. Fruit on Wed and Fridays, plus my supplements, vitamins, probiotics and fish oils, to name a few.

10.30am – Apple and a large portion of nuts

1.30pm – Lunch – leftovers from night before including carbs, maybe even some bread

4.30pm – Orange or an apple

7.30pm – Dinner with the family. Mostly a recipe from one of my cookbooks. Last night we had spaghetti Bolognese, Friday night is pizza night. Sunday is burgers or steak.

3-4 litres of water throughout the day plus sometimes I take a few magnesium before bed.

You can see its not a strict plan, I enjoy my food and eat so called junk foods.

What’s the use in that for you?

Very little I’d say, as the diet I follow is appropriate for my individual aims and goals.

My aim right now is to maintain weight, by losing fat and gaining muscle, so its not a weight loss plan.

Anyway, you could pick out the bones from that, and see how it works for you.

That might help.

Then again it might not, and it could waste your valuable time, which is why I don’t recommend you blindly copy my own diet.

A better approach, which I do recommend, is rather than copy other people’s diets (which is very popular) you could let my team and myself set you up with a plan that’s right for your goals and which will not only help you lose weight quickly, but will help you have the energy and vitality of a much younger person.

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