What Jay-Hykel Jailani, Singaporean Rugby Player, Eats For Breakfast
What's for breakfast today?
Six eggs cooked with butter, salt and pepper. English scrambled eggs style! I paired it with two slices of bread, about half a litre of milk and ended it off with an apple.
Reasons for your choice of breakfast?
I try to eat about 4000 calories a day and breakfast is the most important meal, so I try to hit just a little over a thousand for it. That is enough to give me a good energetic start to the day.
What do you usually take for lunch and dinner, and why?
My staple food items would be steamed chicken rice with breast meat, steak with mashed potato, sushi, a different fruit after each meal and some almonds to top it off.
Any food or beverages you don't consume?
I don't consume fast food, processed food and try not to eat too much oily food. I try to eat food that come in their natural state!
I don't drink anything sweet, carbonated and gassy. Water is the way to go!
Your professional tips for an athlete’s diet?
Try to get a good mixture of colors for your fruits and veggies, it'll give you some some good range of antioxidants.
Try to aim for at least two different fruits in a day and many people neglect the benefits of yogurts and nuts. Snack on them in between meals, it's a good mix of good fats and protein. Totally healthy and takes away the hunger pangs.
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