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Conor McGregor Diet

Conor McGregor’s UFC Championship Diet:

Want to know what a UFC Champion’s diet looks like? Then take a look inside the fridge of UFC featherweight champion Conor McGregor.

“The Notorious” is a big talker, but he backs it up with extremely disciplined training and a championship diet. McGregor’s diet consists of the fundamentals of lean protein, quality carbs, and healthy greens and fruits.

By eating clean and fueling his body with the most nutritious foods, Conor McGregor performs at the highest level in the sport of MMA. Because when you talk as much as he does, you need to do everything in your power to walk the walk!

Check out full details of Conor McGregor’s diet below

Conor McGregor’s “Eat clean” diet ahead of his world title fight with Jose Aldo has been revealed.

His coach John Kavanagh posted a picture of the fridge in the Las Vegas Mansion where the whole team are preparing the 26-year-old Dubliner for his upcoming bout.

Their fridge holds salmon, chicken, steak, fruit and veg.

Kavanagh said: “That’s what a fridge looks like for a bunch of smart primates. Salmon, chicken, steak, fruit and veg. That’s it.

“If you think we’ve bread in this house then you’ve not been paying attention.”

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McGregor has previously spoken about the fuel he puts into his body.

He told Mens Journal: “I’m not a morning person.

“I have my water first because you do not want to drink coffee first thing in the morning. “You have some water first, make sure you get water.

“And then I have a banana, then I’ll maybe have some breakfast a bit later, then I’ll have my first coffee. 
“And then I’ll have my omelet and Americano.

But that has been my routine here.

“I just try and eat clean.

“I don’t eat takeaways. I don’t eat none of that stuff.

“I just try to eat clean.

“I have a sweet tooth — that would be where I’d put on some weight out of fighting is somebody brings in a pack of cakes and coffee.

“But the majority, I’ll eat good-quality meats, good-quality greens, good-quality carbohydrates like sweet potato and butternut squash, and that is it.”


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