Our expert says:
Honestly, for a question of foods, you need to see a dietician. I know this may sound unnecessary, but it's absolutely vital, because all the training in the world will not help if you don't eat well. So you're 100% correct when you say there is no point.
And the simple answer is that you need carbs and proteins, but in the right amounts, and from the right sources. It's far more complex than just cutting out food groups. So I honestly believe your best bet is to sit down with a dietician and have them assess you - what do you like and dislike, what do you eat currently, what kind of training are you doing, and then personalize the diet for you.
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