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Please rate my diet. Can I fix something?
On an empty stomach 200 ml of warm water.
We eat in 20-30 minutes.
Skimmed milk. ❗️
Beef, chicken, turkey - baked, stewed without oil, boiled or grilled.
Fish can be all except mackerel and herring.
Over the last week I've been going to the gym (most days) and working out (mainly weight machines such as the assisted pull up, leg press, seated row... etc) and when I get home I have my breakfast (typically a home made potato or pumpkin soup). After about half an hour after I've eaten I've...
BRAND/FLAVOUR : Optimum Nutrition Gold Standard 100% Whey / Caramel Toffee Fudge
SERVING SIZE/PROTEIN CONTEND: 32gram/24gram. (75% Protein by weight.)
CARBOHYDRATE PER SERVE : 3 grams
FAT : 1 gram
CALORIES : 120.
SMELL :Open the tub and i was blessed with the most pleasant smelling protein...
Saw this recipe and thought Id share. Its a nice change up for breakfast.
1scoop Vanilla Protein
1/4 cup liquid egg whites
Splash of sweetened almond milk
2 tbsp PB2 Powdered Peanut Butter
Stevia to taste
Cinnamon to taste
1. Spray sauce pan with...
I've come across an article talking about hidden sugars in low fat foods. I like to eat low fat Greek yogurt for breakfast. So in the context of body building what is better low fat high sugar vs high fat low sugar foods?
SKIPPING breakfast could actually be the best way for Australians to tackle obesity, fatty liver disease and other related conditions.
While it seems to go against accepted wisdom, evidence is growing that losing weight by fasting between 8pm and midday, could have health benefits beyond weight...
With a photoshoot lined up in just over a week, I will be doing the typical carb deplete and load in the final week. However I'm still undecided on the best breakfast/morning snack to have. The photos will be taken early (8-9am).
Has anyone here had any experience or have recommendations? Is it...
The Hibernator, before it’s cooked. Source: Elite Daily
WE’RE not sure if this should be called “breakfast” or food for the entire week.
If you were to take a trip to Bear Grills Cafe in Congleton, Cheshire, you might contemplate taking on the 8,000-calorie (33.5 kilojoule) breakfast...
I'm sure this has been discussed somewhere. But I need
I have read a few books about building muscle / cutting fat
etc... (Not as much as you but a few). Anyway all of them
seem to suggest that 25g of protein in your breakfast will
make the muscle gain and fat loss...
Guys / Gals,
My BIGGEST weakness is my eating plan. More
I'd appreciate if all of you can post up your
break-fast ideas that are high in protein (at least
30g of protein), Less than 5 minutes to prepare.
Any help is appreciated.
Ok all you Einsteins, tell me your thoughts on bacon.
Most guys here go for protein, protein and then more protein....for obvious reasons. What about bacon though....it ain't too lean, is it a good part of the weight trainers diet?
I rarely have it at home, however I make frequent work trips...
Now i dont know about the rest of you but i love my first meal of the day.
Ive been doing the oats and berries for a while now, half scoop of WPC mixed in aswell.
I actually dont really care for sweet things at all, And first thing in the morning it can be a little rough eating a sweet bowl...