If you’ve seen him in the hit Power series or zombie movie Army of the Dead, then you know that actor Omari Hardwick is mistreated … although we wouldn’t expect anything from a former University of Georgia football star. For the latest installment of Eat Like, we met with the 47-year-old to learn about the diet that feeds his body well, which involves much more than protein.
Surprisingly, Hardwick’s secret is juice. “Pure blueberry justice, not with a lot of sugar, orange juice, freshly squeezed, carrot juice, celery included and grind it all together,” he told Men’s Health. “I am a great juicer, so I will often do it especially when I am working and ready. I can just grab it and leave. ”I don’t need protein powder, although I do eat some egg whites and a bowl of oats most days.
Your lunch is more predictable. Full of red meats with the occasional burger, a necessary complement to feed their workouts, especially when preparing for the army of the dead: “He needed to gain ten to fifteen pounds, so he didn’t look so light next to the our beloved great Dave Bautista, who is physically a very large human being. ”And, based on the film’s trailer, we can confidently say that his red meat diet got him right.
Beyond the red meats, Hardwick hides with grilled fish and baked chicken. Whenever you need an extra boost for these 3am scenes, drink matcha, not coffee.
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As for dinner, it’s about steamed vegetables and more grilled fish. It doesn’t matter if it’s steamed broccoli or asparagus, eat them. However, he has cheating meals. He is a self-proclaimed “cookie monster.” “I like oatmeal or peanut butter first and foremost,” he said. “I usually wash it with water, thinking, I guess, [it’s] cleaning up a bit of the dirt and sweetness I’m taking ”.
We all owe our cheating days, right?
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