Greg Plitt's MFT28: Nutrition Overview
The MFT28 nutrition plan will surprise and challenge you. It's a combination of cutting-edge liquids and old-school, caveman nutrition. Your daily meal plan is comprised of six liquid meals and one whole meal. Remember, this is a hardcore, four-week strategy for maximum results, not a lifelong diet. This is MFT28. It's not about what you eat, it's about getting the nutrients you need.
MFT28 Nutrition Overview!
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You may have never heard of a meal plan like this before. You may be a little scared and skeptical, or worried that you'll lose muscle. Think outside the box. A liquid diet can provide all the nutrients you need in a convenient, fast-absorbing format. You may actually burn more fat and build more lean mass with this plan than eating 5-6 meals per day.
Your body needs more food at certain times of the day than others. Exercise creates the demand. If you eat foods your body doesn't need, that food doesn't just disappear. More than likely, your body will grab that nutrition and store it as fat for later use as energy. The MFT28 nutrition plan gives you what you need, when you need it.
You only chew one solid meal per day. Everything else is liquid. Liquids are easily absorbed by the body, and they supply the right nutrients in precise amounts. Again, this is a four-week diet. It doesn't have to be a lifelong change. I built this plan on what works for me and what I believe will deliver the most dramatic results in 28 days.
Whole Foods ///
When I eat whole foods, I don't eat anything packaged or processed. I believe in a high-protein, low-carb diet fed exclusively by the perimeter of the grocery store. I don't go down the aisles. The perimeter carries meats, poultry, fish, dairy, and vegetables. Down the aisles you find processed foods and preservatives. We don't need processed crap created in the last 100 years. The supplements you take deliver precise nutrients. Junk food does not.
Your solid meal should have as much meat and as many veggies as you want. If you're eating clean, natural foods inside a liquid diet, you don't need to limit your portions. Eat until you're satisfied. Eat like a lion.
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Meal Makeup ///
Full breakdown of the liquid meals can be found on the MFT28 Supplements page
High-protein, low-carb, caveman meal. Eat as much as you like!
Mission Details ///
For full details on your liquid meals, as well as additional MFT28 supplementation info, check out the MFT28 supplements overview.
If you're intimated or put off by liquid nutrition, don't be afraid to customize my template to your own needs. You can add vegetables, fruit, or fiber to your daytime shakes. Juice some spinach, apples, carrots, or berries to boost the micronutrient profile of your meals. Add a greens supplement if you want even more antioxidants and micros.
If you want to ease into the MFT28 plan, you can gradually replace one or two whole meals per day with liquid meals. You may find that it's easier to calculate, track, and hit your macros once you make the switch. Like always, I challenge you to do the research and learn what works best for your body.
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I use to be a member of his site(which is very non-biased) and the reason he says his diet is like that is because he doesn't have time to make real food meals so he goes with liquid bc its quick, easy, and absorbs faster. hope that helps
Wow, I really hope people don't think if they do this it will magically build tons of muscle and burn tons of fat... or even keep them feeling full. If they get even a couple thousand people to try this (which they will) you are looking at like 300-400.00 worth of supps per person... Ermehgerd. I'm in the wrong business...
greens are blended to make a shake, technically a whole food.
#1 fitness model in the world.. If you were a member to his website, you would know that he has followed this diet for 2 years now. If I ever see you on a cover, let alone, see a picture of you with less than 10% body fat, I may consider your misguided opinion.
@abeigel92 i feel like you blindly follow this guy. he may use this NOW but i can almost guarantee he didnt get his strength and size from this program. i hate these generalized programs for the masses. what i hate even more is that a 150 pound kid who needs to eat 5000 calories a day will try this program and wonder why his progress is stagnated and not making progress.
THIS! strong advertisement. Also good luck having solid bowel movements...
Whey is just food but it does break down faster then actual food plus it's fast. You can still use fruit as a pre workout or anything plus it's lean.
It's doesn't have to be this whey, it can be any whey, see what I did there. I use Syntha 6 and Soy Protein.
Are people even doing the math here? Let's think about what making a meal costs you: 1 steak or salmon is around 6 bucks, some fresh veggies a couple bucks...so maybe 8 bucks. One shake with 2 scoops divided by the cost of the bag is about 2 dollars total. Now calculate how much time it takes to shop the grocery store, then prepare the food in comparison to making a shake in 30 seconds. It completely makes sense. I personally however could never do more than 2 shakes a day, but only because I love food too much. But all in all, his reasoning is very sound.
I started this and the second day i started to feel bad, didn't had energy for workout and got diarrhea which had empty my system. So now I'm going to change the diet plan to what suits me best.
@mannysingh I think you might be slightly lactose intolerant and use protein powder with lactose.
Also, he recommends easing it into your diet, not going from one day to another. Of course you stomach will react to it.
Couldn't find Whey protein powder on the perimeter of the grocery store. Hey, isn't whey a processed food??
Anyway Im on day 3 of the diet and feeling sick from (and tired of) all that the whey.
Will go back to the grocery store tomorrow and return to real food.
Try substituting whey with other types of protein like soy protein, rice protein, hemp protein. You'll get the same amount of protein and your body will like the variety of protein.
Rambo, GNC protein is far from cheap. It's overpriced.
Workoutfanatic8, protein is protein in the context of a high protein diet, your body doesn't care.