SAS Recruits And Show’s Host Ditch Meat For Health Reasons

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New recruits joining the Special Air Service (SAS) are reportedly ditching meat to avoid contracting food poisoning, including the host of the hit Channel 4 show, SAS: Who Dares Wins.

Host and chief instructor Ant Middleton, who spent four years with the Special Boats Service (SBS), told The Mirror about his vegetarian diet.

‘Plenty of protein’

The 40-year-old said: “I start the day with fresh vegetable juice, eat plenty of protein, and avoid dairy. I went vegan for a year and have since stuck to a predominantly vegetarian lifestyle.”

The show puts celebrities and members of the public through a grueling two-week military training program mimicking conditions the SAS unit go through in real life.

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