A training plan doesn't tell you/you to go on a diet...understand?

"There is an old saying that goes, 'Practice is 30%, and eating is 70%.' This indicates that eating plays a very important role in fitness. Many people work hard but don't see good results, and they struggle to lose belly fat. At this time, you should take a look at your diet to see if there are any problems. Now let me tell you how to eat during the fat loss period and how to eat during the belly fat loss period, so that you can achieve twice the result with half the effort in your training."

Principles of diet for three meals a day:

Breakfast: Breakfast should be “rich” and reflect the diversity of ingredients, with a variety of combinations of staples, proteins, fruits and vegetables, nuts, milk, and other nutrients to meet your nutritional needs.

Lunch: Lunch should be balanced and leave you feeling 80% full, avoiding high-fat takeout, “eating less” or “delayed eating,” and firmly opposing skipping breakfast and then overeating at lunch.

Dinner: For weight loss, it is not necessary to avoid carbohydrates, and you should not skip dinner. To increase satiety and reduce carbohydrate intake, dinner should include more vegetables and meat proteins, avoid high-sugar fruits as much as possible, and be eaten at least three hours before bedtime.

Breakfast should be the most comprehensive in terms of nutrition, lunch should be the most balanced, and dinner should be the simplest. Regardless of which meal, protein, carbohydrates, vitamins, dietary fiber, and a small amount of high-quality fat should be consumed in a comprehensive and reasonable manner. A single dietary habit will only cause a lack of other nutrients and damage to the body.

Dietary decrement principle: If you want to lose weight, you should regulate your daily calorie intake to be lower than your exercise consumption, and then eat according to the decreasing calorie intake. For example, if you set a daily intake of 1500 calories, you can eat 600 calories for breakfast, 500 calories for lunch, and 400 calories for dinner. The intake for each meal should not differ too much, so that you can reduce fat accumulation while reducing your diet appropriately.

You can adopt the method of eating small meals frequently to reduce the intake of too much food at once and to enhance your metabolism. The overall dietary principle during weight loss is: high protein, high dietary fiber, high vitamins, low fat, low carbohydrates, and less oil, salt, and sugar.