Following experiments in which he ate like pop culture icons such as Lucifer star Tom Ellis and Wolverine himself, Hugh Jackman, health and fitness YouTuber Aseel Soueid is back with a new challenge. In his latest video, Soueid spends the day following the extreme diet that movie star Chris Evans used to get into superhero shape while playing Captain America in the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
Evans’ MCU diet consists of no fewer than 8 clean meals per day, amounting to 3,018 calories. Soueid kicks off with meal #1, a simple cup of oatmeal with walnuts and blueberries, followed swiftly by meal #2, a shake with 1 scoop of vanilla-flavored whey protein and 1 scoop of blue raspberry-flavor amino acids. “I feel like Chris Evans just straight up punched me in the face right there,” he says after downing the potent mixture.
Meal #3 is another simple one: an apple and half a cup of almonds, which gives Soueid his pre-workout energy before a session of weight training.
For the post-workout meal #4, Soueid whip up another shake, with the same whey protein and amino acid combo. “I think I’ve figured out that this is what makes Chris Evans Captain America,” he says. “Maybe he does combine his razz aminos with vanilla protein, and that’s why he’s Captain America. Who knows.”
Meal #5 consists of 10 ounces of boneless, skinless chicken breast with a cup of brown rice, mixed salad, and olive oil. “I feel like there are a million ways to make this exact same meal taste 100 times better, but this is how Chris Evans does it, and I feel really bad for him,” says Soueid. “The only thing that got me through that meal was that I seasoned the chicken breast… If this didn’t have olive oil on it I literally would have been eating this until 2021.”
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Meal #6 is yet another shake, this time containing just 1 scoop of whey protein powder, while even more protein is served up in meal #7: 10 ounces of ground turkey with mixed vegetables and olive oil. It’s not long before Soueid is on the verge of succumbing to the “protein sweats.”
The eighth and final meal of the day is, that’s right, one more protein shake. “I’m seriously going to explode,” says Soueid. “Just keep in mind, you should definitely not do this.” He adds that it is possible to see some serious results in your fitness and physique without having to eat 8 meals, or especially eat 249 grams of protein every single day.
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