Shredded vegan bodybuilder’s diet plan

Science has already stated that getting a jacked physique is almost impossible without eating meat, fish, eggs or dairy. However, there is Jon Venus, a bodybuilder, trainer, and Youtuber who totally disagrees with what science has to say.

A few years ago, after learning about the environmental impacts of the animal farming industry, he decided to go vegan. Whereas, the majority of people take vegan diets for ethical and health reasons. His 3 points of success are:

No meat, dairy & eggs

– No s******s/hormones

– Just proper nutrition & hard training

He claims that even a short period of three months of vegan diet can make a difference to a person’s physique and health. That is how he describes his first experience: “When I changed to a 100 percent plant-based diet, I noticed countless improvements to my performance in the gym—much to my surprise,” Venus says.


It started with his energy levels. “I was feeling sore less often and always had the energy to give 100 percent effort in my workout sessions.”

What is more, Jon says it is extremely important to set the goals, because only after this you can decide on what to eat, how often, etc. It is essential to find a diet that works for you.

“My only rule is that I try basing 95 percent of my diet around whole plant foods—anything that is in its natural form is great to eat,” he says.


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No matter who his client is, vegan or not, he recommends taking a macro ratio that’s around 60 percent of your total calories coming from carbs, 20 percent from protein, and 20 percent from fats. Whereas, in traditional diets calories usiully are 50 percent from carbs, 30 percent from protein, and 20 percent from fat for the average guy.

But of course, this ratio will change to individualize your needs. It is not a secret that a diet high in protein is one of the keys to success in this sphere. That`s why it is interesting where does Venus gets 80 to 180 grams of protein a day. Let’s try to find the answer while analyzing his detailed diet plan.


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Jon Venus eats three major meals a day. He has breakfast, lunch, snacks, and dinner.


Jon prefers to take his breakfast early in the morning, but only after having a workout. He likes to feel this energy refreshment with a plant-based protein smoothie or smoothie bowl. Here is the recovery smoothie receipt by Jon Venus: bananas, frozen mixed berries, hemp seeds, kale and/or spinach, pineapple, almond milk, a scoop of Vivo Life Perform Protein Powder.


For lunch, I typically eat something hearty like a burrito bowl,” he says. It is highly essential for him to satiate it with carbs, fat, and plant-based protein. This meal includes: brown rice, pinto beans with taco spices, tofu, roasted sweet potatoes, leafy greens, guacamole, salsa


“I normally eat a lot of lentils spiced with cumin seeds.” Toss them with chopped tomatoes, some quinoa, and veggies such as asparagus, broccoli, and roasted cauliflower Add some smoked tempeh for protein To top it off, make a big raw salad with red cabbage, more tomatoes, mixed leafy greens, sliced cucumber, jalapenos for kick, chopped peppers, and a stable dose of homemade sauce. To stave off hunger throughout the day Jon refuels his body with mango, peaches, watermelon, and berries. It is not a problem for him to eat in a crowdy place.

Want to end up with his significant words: “Don’t think your actions won’t make a difference, your actions matter more than you can imagine. It is easy & tempting to tell ourselves that one person doing the ‘right’ thing is useless when there are a million doing just the opposite.

The change would never take place if everyone thought this way, looking at history, there are many examples of persons changing the course of humanity. You may not be the next Jesus Christ or Santa Claus, but your actions can have tremendous power. You never know who you will inspire.”

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