My breakfast: I have a handful of cashews, tea (without sugar). An hour later, 2 boiled eggs (Sprouts/Soyabean/Idli/Dosa/Dhokal on Tuesdays and Saturdays)
My lunch: A small bowl of seasonal fruits, a cup of dahi with a serving of chicken breast or semi fried/boiled sweet potato had at sharp 2 p.m.
At 4 p.m., I have a banana and a while later, a cup of tea with jaggery powder.
My dinner: 3 rotis, Paneer/Chicken main Course,1 cup Dal, Buttermilk, Chicken Breast Semi Fried.
Pre-workout meal: Banana, sprouts.
Post-workout meal: Whey Protein, Banana Chips, Sweet Potato. Occasionally Chicken semi fried
I indulge in (What you eat on your cheat days): I feel that we shouldn’t be cheating on our health. My advice would be to restrict the consumption of white sugar, refined oil and maida. Instead, stick to healthier variants such as jaggery, pure ghee and whole wheat products on a regular basis. If you adapt to eating healthy, you won’t feel the need or urge to have something junk or processed.
Low-calorie recipes I swear by: The focus is not just on low-calorie meals but having high-protein meals such as chicken, paneer, soybean, daals, lentils or whole grains.