“If it’s done right, you can get away with eating as much rubbish as possible within a three hour window, and it actually burns fat.”
However, although Tyson can enjoy a “few good meals,” he must limit his intake of “rubbish” and not cheat every weekend, added the nutritionist. When he does cheat, Tyson’s favorite meal consists of fish and chips.
For those who want to follow Fury’s example and try a ketogenic diet, dietitian Kelly Roehl told Women’s Health that the main keto diet myth is that it is a high protein weight loss plan. Instead, only 6 to 8 percent of daily calories should come from protein, while just 2 to 4 percent of daily calories should come from carbohydrates. The rest of the ketogenic diet calories should come from fats.
“Focus on getting the bulk of your fat from high-quality extra virgin olive oil, nuts and seeds, and fatty fish,” suggested Kelly.