Everyone is free to choose to have whatever diet they want. Whether you like eating steaks for breakfast or veggie burritos for dinner - it's your prerogative. However, sometimes, regardless of your taste, you have no choice but to accept certain diets and adapt that condition to your lifestyle. In Rob Di Censo's case, being an ADCC medalist, he didn't want to stop training when he found out he had an aggressive parasite in his stomach that he couldn't get rid of. He had to adapt to survive and make the best of it. Here is the interesting mini-documentary of how Rob adapted to his new diet and made it improve his jiu-jitsu lifestyle. In addition to being a motivating story, Rob provides some interesting tips on some vegan dishes that anyone can include in their diet, vegan or not.
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