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The Exact Foods Britney Spears' Boyfriend Sam Asghari Eats to Stay Fit

The "Black Monday" star reveals everything he eats to maintain his muscular physique.

Britney Spears has long been lauded for her fit figure, but she's not the only member of her household with some pretty remarkable fitness achievements under her belt. The singer's longtime boyfriend, model and actor Sam Asghari, has made a name for himself on social media with photos of his intense workouts and hard-earned muscles. However, it's not just the long hours he logs in the gym that have gotten Asghari into the incredible shape he's in today—in a new interview with Men's Health, the fitness influencer reveals the exact foods he eats to fuel his muscular physique. Read on to discover exactly what Asghari eats in a day to stay fit.

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He relies on whole foods.

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To maintain his muscular physique and keep his energy high for his multiple daily workouts, Asghari largely steers clear of anything that comes in a bag or box.

"My diet starts with eating things that are grown from the ground, rather than processed foods," Asghari tells Men's Health. "So, for example, carbohydrates I eat are sweet potatoes, potatoes, rice, and so on."

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He eats a high-protein breakfast.

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After a fasted hourlong workout, Asghari has breakfast, which typically consists of "four to five eggs, [and] a little bit of vegetables on the side." One thing you won't find on Asghari's plate at breakfast, however? Carbs other than veggies.

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He eats a "very small" lunch.

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To stay satisfied without being overly full, Asghari enjoys a "very small" lunch that consists of "25% carbohydrates, 25% veggies and greens, 50% protein."

After his midday meal, Asghari hits the gym again for a cardio or HIIT workout.

He fuels up with protein after his second workout.

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Following his afternoon workout, Asghari has a protein shake.

"High protein, minimum carbs," is how the model describes his go-to recipe.

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He follows his lunchtime ratio at dinner.

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Asghari knows that his way of eating works, so he doesn't deviate from it at dinnertime.

"I usually repeat the same meals throughout the day—three to five meals that are 25% carbohydrates, 25% veggies and greens, and 50% proteins."

He's a big fan of supplements.

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To complement his diet, Asghari relies on a daily supplement routine.

"I try to focus on fatty acids, omega-3s, fish oils, multivitamins. The vitamins help you with the functionality of not just your body, but also your brain."

Cheat days are still on the menu.

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"I love cheat days. I love food," says Asghari, a former chef.

"A burger and fries is definitely a go-to. I definitely do one [cheat] meal throughout the week…I try to be healthy enough [with] 95% of my diet routine that I allow myself for that 5% to have that food that I desire."

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Sarah Crow
Sarah Crow is a senior editor at Eat This, Not That!, where she focuses on celebrity news and health coverage. Read more