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NUTRITION FOR FIGHTING

Fighters don’t just lose weight to LOOK BETTER. They lose weight to PERFORM BETTER.

FIGHT DIET drops pounds while boosting power. It has been proven to work in life’s most unforgiving arena: the boxing ring.

This strict but simple-to-do diet has been the source of strength for every competing fighter—professional and amateur—for decades. It works because it has to. Fighters depend on FIGHT DIET for survival in the ring. It is the most modern and refined system to decrease body fat while building strength.

5 nutrition hacks for fighters

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01

AVOID THINGS SUCH AS "DIET" 

One extreme will pull you to the other. Restrictions creates cravings the best is to develop and keep a sustainable and healthy lifestyle so you can limit excess.

"If diets worked, anyone who has ever been on a diet, would have done it and kept the weight off, end of story."

02

keep it simple

The simplest your meal are the easier the consistent grocery shopping will be. If you have the means and the opportunity to order meals ready to eat it will be even easier to keep it healthy. 

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03

Calorie counting counts 

Losing/maintaining or gaining weight is mostly Mathematics:

In average we burn 2000 kcal/day (so you should eat about 2000 

if you eat 2000 calories and you burn 2000 calories = you didn't lose or gain weight

If you go over budget --> 2659 - 2000= +659 Cal = weight Gained

if you go under budget : 1700 - 2000= -300 Cal = weight loss

we advise you use an app, there's plenty of apps on the market to help you count calories and determine you daily budget 

04

Treat yourself on schedule !

Keep your Cabinets free of "junk" and unhealthy foods. But make sure to "let go" once a week: 

- Treat yourself to a 3 course dinner to your favorite restaurant or a heavy carb day in the week will do.

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05

Go Green !

Leafy green vegetables are an important part of a healthy diet. They're packed with vitamins, minerals and fiber but low in calories

Dark green leafy vegetables are good sources of many vitamins (such as vitamins A, C, and K and folate) and minerals (such as iron and calcium). They're also great sources of fiber. ... This helps to make sure your body absorbs all of the vitamins you eat.

one of the top health benefits of leafy green vegetables is that they're a natural detoxifier. They not only help remove toxins, but they eliminate them from the body, too. Go Green !