The secret behind James Bond’s svelte physique lies in Daniel Craig’s strict rule – no carbs after 2pm. To get into peak physical shape for his role as the British spy, Daniel amped up the protein intake as well as veggies and nuts but cut out any carbohydrate intake after 2 in the afternoon. Seems like Bond is crazy about more than those martinis!
Even before his surprising casting as Batman, Ben Affleck was in stellar shape for his role in The Town. So how did he get the look? By following the ‘Six Pack Diet Plan’ which consists of 6 to 7 small meals spaced throughout the day. Each meal of Affleck’s comprised of 45% carbohydrates, 35% lean protein and 20% essential fats. That’s enough to get us saying holy moly, Batman!
When B-Coop was preparing for his role in The A-Team, there were two things he followed religiously – one, a high octane workout and two, a no-processed carbs diet. The heartthrob bulked up for the movie by completely removing processed carbohydrates from his diet along with dairy, red meat and sauces.
With his fantastic build and charming wit, Ryan Reynolds has female fan following that goes into billions. If you are wondering how the Deadpool actor maintains his rockin’ bod, here’s the answer – he eats every 2 hours. Ryan also makes sure to include healthy fats, protein and fibre in his meals with eggs, avocados and oatmeal.
For professional footballer and overall hottie David Beckham, staying in shape is crucial. Along with needing to stay in peak fitness for his game, David’s side gig as the face of H&M’s bodywear needs him to look ripped. He does this is by loading up on complex carbohydrates like soybeans, spinach and cauliflowers. Beckham also makes sure to stay away from carbs with a high glycemic index like white bread and corn flakes.
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