A Day in My Diet: Nutrition Consultant Mike Roussell
Every bite and sip that passed our Diet Doctor's lips during one 24-hour period.
As our resident Diet Doctor, Mike Roussell, Ph.D., answers reader's questions and provides expert advice on healthy eating and weight loss in his weekly column. But we're trying something new this week, and instead of telling us what foods we should be eating, we asked him to show us. And we're not talking about an illustrated grocery list (we've all seen what fresh produce and Greek yogurt look like). We asked Dr. Mike to take a photo of every bite and gulp that passes his lips during one 24-hour period. And he said yes!
Read on to see how SHAPE's Diet Doctor stays slim and satisfied from morning to night.
I didn't lift weights today so my total carbohydrate intake is lower than if I had. On weight-training days, the two main differences in carbohydrate intake will be during breakfast and during the meal right after my workout. For example, the Greek yogurt here would be replaced with oatmeal or sprouted grain bread.