The Samurai Diet is a nutritional system described in a book with the same title published in 2011 by Nate Miyaki.
The Samurai diet philosophy is based on traditional Japanese cuisine and the latest scientific findings. Miyaki's concept is all about the harmonious combination of ingredients and going beyond a single fixed thinking pattern. What are the differences between the Samurai diet and the Paleo diet? It seems minor. Nevertheless, being on the Paleo diet, which is based on gluten-free grains at the end, gives a different effect than if you follow only Dr Loren Cordain's diet. What carbohydrates can you find in the Samurai diet? rice - white and basmati, but not dark (brown) rice cereals - such as millet groats or sourdough from gluten-free flour pseudo-cereals - quinoa, chia, buckwheat, amaranth, quinoa, buckwheat tubers - potatoes, yams, Jerusalem artichokes fruit - almost without limitation all forms of cabbage other seeds
For whom is the Samurai diet?
The Samurai Diet is an ideal nutrition plan for athletes training in various sports disciplines and at different proficiency levels. It allows you to adapt the eating rhythm to each trainee's training and sport plans. The diet can be modified at the level of eating times and frequency.
At PowerMeal, we focus on flexibility, which is why our Samurai diet contains a fixed number of starchy carbohydrates in separate containers. This allows you to use it as you like depending on the schedule your day holds. The Samurai diet leaves ample margin for you to tailor your diet to your needs. Some allergies and hypersensitivities, and autoimmune diseases preclude the Samurai diet, so we recommend contacting our nutritionist to help you get the most out of the Samurai diet.