Neeraj Chopra brought India another gold at the World Athletics Championships, held in Budapest recently. He made headlines with his impressive 88.17-meter throw. He believes that fitness and well-being are vital to an individuals life and must be taken care of..@Neeraj_chopra1 brings home a historic gold for India in the javelin throw 👏#WorldAthleticsChamps pic.twitter.com/YfRbwBBh7Z— World Athletics (@WorldAthletics) August 27, 2023 The challenge for the champ The reigning Olympic champion, World champion, and Diamond League champion in the javelin throw strive to maintain a 10% body fat level, which is said to be ideal for javelin throw competitors. It is challenging to keep the body fat percentage low.Diet to victory The Haryana-based athlete religiously follows his eating plan, which is rich in fruits and protein. He makes sure to eat enough macronutrients to support muscle building and keep his body fat percentage at a healthy level.In a conversation with a media organisation after his pompous victory, Neeraj described his regimen for maintaining physical fitness. Neeraj goes on to mention beginning each day with a glass of juice or coconut water. His meal is still light but filled with nutritious components. He added that consumption of Three to four egg whites, two pieces of bread, a bowl of Dalia, and fruits are reportedly included in the 25-year-olds diet.Neeraj is known to have curd and rice for lunch, along with pulses, grilled chicken, and salad. Neeraj enjoys drinking fresh juice and snacking on dry fruits, especially almonds, in between meals or while exercising.The champ prefers to keep his dinners simple. Its mostly soup, boiled veggies, and fruits that make up this meal.For athletes, protein is still a crucial component of their diet. Neeraj also gets some of his protein from supplements. Neeraj reportedly followed a rigorous vegetarian diet up until 2016, but afterwards included non-vegetarian foods in his diet to boost his training. He recently began eating salmon and seafood as well.“Its meant to be beneficial for you. I recently began eating it. Id rather have some grilled salmon if I must eat non-vegetarian stuff,” he admitted.Cheat meals add up the spice While Neeraj prefers to follow a strict diet plan, he does allow for cheat meals on occasion. He frequently indulges in golgappas, churma (a Haryanvi treat comprised of mashed roti, sugar, and ghee), and other sweets.More on Neeraj Neeraj has won gold at the world, continental, and Olympic championships. He has already won gold in the Asian Games in Jakarta in 2018, the Olympics in Tokyo in 2020, and the World Athletics Championships in 2023. He is the first javelin thrower from India to win gold at the World Championships in athletics, the Olympics, the Asian Games, and the Commonwealth Games.The gold medalist became the first Indian to ever win multiple golds at the World Championships in athletics thanks to his performance on Sunday.