While lazing in my "Death Star" at the weekend, I was pretty shocked to read in the Sunday Torygraph what some 400m running champ eats as his usual daily diet. Shocked because it looks rather less than the amount that I eat, even taking into account that I eat for Mini-Me and me. Here's what the athlete eats: Breakfast: Cinnamon bagel with peanut butter and jam; fruit juice; coffee Mid-morning: Can of Red Bull Lunch: Baked potato with tuna and baked beans Mid-afternoon: McDonald's burger Dinner: Carbo-free burger (i.e., a home-made hamburger with no bun); salad; banana split Booze: Nil That's nothing! To make things worse, the nutrionist who looked at his diet said that he should cut down once he stops his running career or he would end up looking like a darts player. Has anyone got an example daily diet taking into account the amount of PT my minions do? It should cater for 4 x 45-min gym - ie, bit of cardio then weights - sessions per week plus 3-4 x 45-minute cardio sessions per week; forget about what they get up to on their Dr Evil training exercises as it is just as likely to be sedentary as to involve physical effort. I don't want them getting fat - uniforms are expensive, you know! Just spiel something off from the top of your head, to cover just one typical day. I'd like to see what you reckon would be a good example.