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Steve Jobs, Mark Zuckerberg and Albert Einstein are all famous for simplifying their wardrobes and wearing the same outfits every day.
Though I’m not a famous CEO or mathematician, I decided to simplify my diet just like these people simplified their wardrobes. The practice of limiting my meal choices has many benefits. Here are five reasons why you should consider doing the same:
1. I save my willpower for more important matters.
Unfortunately willpower is a limited resource. How many times do you think you could say no to a chocolate chip cookie in a day? Willpower is like a muscle that gets tired the more you use it. To keep it strong, you have to find ways to limit its use.
By having a few go-to meals that I eat on a consistent basis, I don’t have to think about my meals. This strategy helps me conserve my willpower for more important decisions — and it could help you turn down any junk food offers throughout the day.
2. My meals are optimized for health.
I crafted highly nutritious meals for myself that I eat every day. Here’s what my daily diet looks like:
- Breakfast: Black coffee (I do intermittent fasting)
- Lunch: Smoked salmon, 1 avocado and cheese
- Dinner: Bacon, eggs, shredded cheese and green vegetables (like black kale, buk choy, or zucchini for example)
By eating the same nutrient-dense meals on a regular basis, I ensure that my body is getting the nutrition it needs to be healthy and lean (and more importantly, happy). Once you know what it feels like to get consistent, nutritious food it will become very easy to stick with those meals because you’ll know what to eat to feel good, instead of eating just because it tastes good.
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