“I always train in the morning,” Statham told Men’s Health. “I’ve always been a morning person, back from my days as a diver when we used to do early workouts. I’m speaking from my own personal perspective here, but when you train in the morning, you can never make the excuse that you ran out of time, or this meeting came up, or you couldn’t get back from work. Those things don’t apply.”
Fresh Fruit – Fruits such as pineapples and strawberries might taste too good to be true, but they do indeed deliver plenty of health benefits.
Oats – Rich in soluble fibre and antioxidants, oats make for a nutritious way to start your day. They also help lower your cholesterol levels.
Poached Eggs – Statham’s earliest protein infusion comes by way of poached eggs. Sure, eggs have cholesterol, but that’s what the oats are for.
Brown Rice – Here’s a shocking turn of events: Statham partakes in the occasional vegan lunch. Apparently, he’s a huge fan of brown rice. Not that we blame him.
Steamed Vegetables – A generous serving of steamed vegetables is something that no health nut would argue with, especially if that means arguing with Jason Statham.
Miso Soup – According to the actor, “there’s nothing better than” a hot bowl of miso soup.
Peanut Butter – There are usually 2g or less of sugar in all-natural peanut butter. You did buy all-natural, right? Right?!
Nuts – Almonds, cashews, and walnuts are just a few types of nuts that deliver plenty of nutritious bang for your bite.
Lean Beef – Statham loads up on protein come night time, which means chowing down on a lean steak.
Chicken – Chicken is another dinnertime essential in the Statham household.
Fish – We’re not sure if Statham eats his beef, chicken, and fish in one sitting, but we are sure that his body can handle it.
Salad – Statham eats his leafy greens and veggies without anyone forcing him too. If only we could all learn from his example.
The above is a sample of Jason Statham’s meal plan, which he implemented while preparing for movies like Death Race and Transporter 2: