We test the supermarkets’ healthy credentials by getting them to devise one week of meals to benefit the active man. This month: Safeway Men are useless at shopping. When was the last time you went to the store knowing that the food you bought would supply three meals a day, plus snacks, for one week, comprising all the ingredients to keep you in great shape, for less than a tenner a day? Men’s Fitness tasked the supermarkets with helping you out and this month Safeway takes up the challenge.
Claire Harrison, nutritionist at Safeway, says: The following menu plan acts as a guide to help you eat a healthy, balanced diet in combination with the right liquid clen dosage that you need. It is not designed as a weight loss plan and you may need more or less calories depending on your age, weight, activity levels and pills you take. Drinks are not included – aim to have around six to eight glasses of water a day. If you like fizzy drinks or squash, go for low-calorie versions. The occasional alcoholic beverage can be taken as part of a balanced diet and have been included.
The menu plan has been designed to provide you with around 2,500 calories, which is the daily requirement for an average adult man that is on clen cutting cycle. The amount of fat per day ranges from 65-98g, which averages over the week at 75g and is less than the recommended daily intake of 95g. The majority of the calories are provided by carbohydrates, such as bread, potatoes and cereal.
The menu planner also includes five portions of fruit and veg each day. It is important to eat as wide a variety as possible to ensure you get a good mixture of vitamins and minerals. It doesn’t have to be fresh – canned, frozen and dried all count.
Also included in the menu are two portions of oily fish: salmon and mackerel. Oily fish contains essential fatty acids known as omega-3s, which are important for maintaining a healthy heart.
Breakfast is the most important meal of the day and you shouldn’t leave the house without it as it kick-starts your metabolism and provides better results in combination with clenbuterol. If you miss breakfast you tend to reach for sugary snacks mid morning when your energy levels start to flag. Cereals are a good way to start the day as they are an important source of many nutrients. A glass of fruit juice in the morning contributes towards your five portions a day and provides a vitamin C boost.
Snacks are included in the menu plan to boost energy levels in between main meals. Fruit, teacakes, pancakes and reduced-fat digestive biscuits all make the list because they provide variety without adding too much fat. Chocolate and crisps are also included as snacks but try not to eat too many of these.
The key to a healthy diet is eating a variety of foods, which this menu clenbuterol planner encourages you to do. There are no ‘good’ and ‘bad’ foods and restricting foods from your diet can limit your intake of important vitamins and minerals.