Everyone knows Bear Grylls, who has made worldwide recognition from the most popular show, ‘Man vs Wild’. Many Hollywood celebrities, including US President Barack Obama, Prime Minister PM Modi, Akshay Kumar, and Ranveer Singh, have also become a part of his show. Famous for his adventurous lifestyle, Bear Grylls is shown eating live insects, scorpions, and snakes and not knowing what in the show.
Bear Grylls has recently given an interview, and in it, he talked about his diet and workout. Bear Grylls, who shoots in the jungles and does so much physical activity, what diet and exercise do he take on regular days? You will know about this in the article.
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Bear Grylls’ real name is Edward Michael Grylls, and he was born on 7 June 1974 in London. He knows English, Spanish, French and American languages. As a child, Bayer learned skydiving and got a black belt in karate. Bear Grylls has served in the British Army for three years. In 2004, he was awarded the rank of Lieutenant Commander in the Royal Navy Reserves.
Bear Grylls fulfilled his dream of climbing Everest in 1998 at 23. After 18 months, Bear Grylls broke his spine during parachute gliding, but he re-fitted himself with his passion. He has done many TV shows till now.
These include Escape to the Legion in 2005, Man Vs Wild, Worst Case Scenario in 2010, Bear Wild Weekend in 2011, Get Out Alive in 2013, Escape from Hell, Iceland, Running Wild with Bear Grylls, Mission Survivor, Bear Grylls Survival The name of the school, Survivor Games, is included.
Bear Grylls takes such a diet.
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According to Businessinsider, Bear Grylls was a vegan earlier, but now he never eats vegetables and always eats non-veg foods. Ever since he started eating non-veg foods, he has become anti-vegetarian and claimed during the interview that raw vegetables are not suitable for health.
Bear Grylls said during the interview, “I started taking a non-veg diet after the vegan diet. I consume red meat, dairy products and fruits in my diet. I am firmly against eating dry fruits, grains, wheat and vegetables. I eat non-veg, eggs, dairy products, and lots of butter and fruits in my lunch. Also, eat liver meat every other day. I also eat pizza or fried things once or twice a week. For so many years, I drank blood from buffalo arteries and ate raw liver and raw heart too. This food is not difficult for me, but it is not that good either. Now I do not eat raw meat and eat only cooked food.
Bear Grylls said, “When I had COVID-19, I used to take a lot of juices and vegetables. By doing this, my kidneys started hurting. Kidney pain occurs when you stop urine or kidney stone.” There is a problem. Both these problems are caused by dehydration or by taking a diet high in sodium. I believe that vegetables are not good for the human body.
When Bear Grylls goes home from an adventure trip, the first thing he eats at home is a burger. He also adds cheese and egg to the burger. Along with this, he eats a spoon of bone marrow, Greek yoghurt, honey and berries. After this, he eats orange juice. Huh.
Bare Grill follows this workout regimen
48-year-old Bear Grylls told in the interview that he also exercises daily. They don’t do much running. As cardio, he plays tennis and does 30-40 minutes of weight training three days a week. Do yoga once a week for 15 minutes in the morning. On the day when he does not do weight training, he runs 500 meters. He does 25 pull-ups, 50 press-ups, 75 squats and 100 sit-ups.
Bear Grylls said, I always get tired at the end of the wild running show because I walk in the jungles and carry weight on the back. These workouts keep my bones and muscles strong and also maintain flexibility.
Is daily non-veg food right or not?
The trend of non-veg foods has increased worldwide in the last few years. However, non-veg and animal products are excellent protein sources and can provide essential nutrients. Experts believe that overeating non-veg food can lead to problems like gas-related problems and dehydration.
Research shows that eating vegetables can reduce the risk of cancer and heart-related problems and can also reduce the risk of death and the risk of other diseases. Along with this, vegetables also help in better mental health, sleep, energy and digestion. Eating a diet consisting of vegetables, whole grains and nuts are considered very good.
According to the Cleveland Clinic, raw fruits and vegetables may aggravate bowel syndrome symptoms. Still, according to Harvard University, the undigested fibre in vegetables may reduce bowel syndrome in people without IBS. Vegetables can relieve or prevent constipation and help minimise colon wall inflammation.
“There’s no evidence that vegetables cause disease,” said Heidi Bates, a research dietitian in McGill University’s Office for Science and Society. People who eat vegetables are more likely to develop heart disease, stroke, diabetes, obesity, and it helps reduce the risk of certain types of cancer”.