The TB12 Diet Explained

A healthy diet is a balanced diet.

Whatever you are looking to get out of your body, you need healthy foods to fuel that output. You can’t perform or recover well if you deprive your body of essential nutrients, so we emphasize prioritizing nutrient-rich, whole foods. Moderation is key: too much of a bad thing is bad for you, but too much of a good thing isn’t great either.

We recommend filling up on fresh, organic fruits and vegetables and hormone-free, antibiotic-free lean meats. If you don’t eat meat, whole grains, legumes, vegetables, seeds, and nuts are great sources of plant-based protein to incorporate into your diet. A steady protein intake will help you add more muscle, increase strength, and recover faster, but you need healthy fats and natural carbohydrates to round out a balanced diet. You can get healthy fats in foods like avocados, walnuts, and salmon, and quality carbohydrates in fruits, vegetables, and natural whole grains.

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