Our Celebrity Diet Database is going to grow nice and fast as we bring back all my research from our Workout Database and my book Superhuman Secrets (considering every celeb workout also comes with nutrition research).
And this week we’re taking a look at Joe Manganiello’s diet and a meal plan with it!
Last week we started off building our Celebrity Diet Database with Mark Wahlberg’s Bone Broth Fast Meal Plan and Dwayne Johnson’s Hercules Diet and Meal Plan after finally putting our Healthy Recipe Database live.
Now we’re on a roll that will just keep on chugging!
Joe Manganiello’s diet comes in next on our list to hit being that he has actually literally written a book above his training and nutrition that we pulled data and research from.
It doesn’t get better than that!
Okay, actually it does…
In Joe Manganiello’s book he even includes a shopping list of foods that you can also eat to go along with his actual meal plan that I’ll be sharing below.
Broken down to it’s most basic form, Joe Manganiello’s diet consists of steering clear of processed foods and sugars and eating real, nutritious proteins, fruits and vegetables.
Which I’m sure you actually could have guessed if I gave you a shot.
Joe Manganiello Diet Plan
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The Overall Diet Plan:
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Joe Manganiello Diet Plan
Meal 1: No-added-sugar protein bar
Meal 2: Post-workout protein shake
Meal 3: One hour after post-workout shake, egg whites, ham and cheese omelette with bacon or sausage, vegetables and a cup of coffee.
Meal 4: An organic chicken breast, butterflied and grilled with a little olive oil and seasoning, with a vegetable stir-fry: heat 1tbsp olive oil and add 1 chopped red pepper, 50g green beans and 1tbsp capers and cook for 4min, then add 50g halved cherry tomatoes and a handful of pitted black olives and cook for 2min, then add a handful of chopped spinach and cook for 1min. Serve drizzled with 1tbsp balsamic vinegar.
Meal 5: A large fillet steak, pan-cooked with a crushed garlic clove. Steam a handful of broccoli florets and a handful of cauliflower florets and serve with the steak.
Meal 6: Protein shake before bed
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