Eat like Efron

The diet that cre­ates a movie-hero body

Men's Fitness - - Trainer -

You won’t be sur­prised to hear that Efron couldn’t eat like a beach bum to fuel his 12-week Bay­watch trans­for­ma­tion. “I im­ple­mented an all-or­ganic whole-food diet,” says Mur­phy. There were five cat­e­gories of food Efron was per­mit­ted to choose from to put to­gether his meals, and these are the foods that Mur­phy al­lowed him: Efron also sup­ple­mented with whey pro­tein – “un­flavoured,” adds Mur­phy, who also stip­u­lated it could con­tain no other in­gre­di­ents. “He also hit a min­i­mum of 100 ounces [around three litres] of wa­ter daily.” Mur­phy won’t dis­close specifics but says he had Efron change his calo­rie in­take about ev­ery two weeks, along with his break­down of pro­tein, carbs, and fat. “My tweaks worked like a charm,” he says. No kid­ding.

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