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PostSubject: need food tips   Tue Sep 09, 2014 2:24 pm

hi all I have some problems what to eat, I have eggs, meat, rice, veggies, fruit, nuts in my diet but its not enough, just cant eat the same whole day so I am looking for something else should be protein/fat mostly because its too easy to eat carbs in everything

i dont like cottage cheese, curds or mozarella thats just feel weird and not satisfy hunger



when I dont know what to eat I just eat junk, bad habit and lost motivation


this is what I basicaly eat everyday

breakfast - eggs, avocado, tomato/paprika, maybe some cheese or nuts or mushrooms

then some fruit with nuts or dark chocolate

then I have meat with rice and veggies either before or after training and thats basically all, then I eat whatever crap I find, I should probably eat meat for every meal or otherwise I dont know what should I eat besides crap
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PostSubject: Re: need food tips   Tue Sep 09, 2014 7:23 pm

Well i think the "strict athletic diet" is like about the same everyday with small changes.

But ofc i have eating the same over and over, at least for the "main meals".

You could try tuna or salomon. Actually tuna is great with green (or generaly leafy) vegetables, as a tuna salad, with olive oil, lemon and whatever else u like to add.

You could try also differend kind of mean, like chicken, buffalo (never tried but Loo does and i think it tastes good as well), turkey etc. Also cooking them diffirently can make a different.

Well i think just clean and healthy(balanced too ofc) but also try to make them tasty if possible and dont think too much about it, thats my opinion. Hope it helped.

PS: Propably loo will have some healthy recipes to suggest, some nutritient bombs Very Happy

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PostSubject: Re: need food tips   Wed Sep 10, 2014 7:53 am

thanks for tips, never tried buffalo I guess its expensive to get here for a student Sad

is it smart to eat meat and fish every day?
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PostSubject: Re: need food tips   Wed Sep 10, 2014 10:06 am

Well im pretty sure too much meat, especially red meat isnt the best for the health, ofc no meat at all isnt good either (IMHO).

Well it depends on how much meat u eat everyday, if u eat a bit then propably its ok, if not, not eating meat one or two days per week isnt that bad. Plus, it depends on the type of meat u eat, red meat TEND to be really good but eating too much is a no-no. White meat is good and u can eat more than red. Fishes are GREAT, the thing is that big fishes (swordfish,shark etc) they say that its no good for eating too regularly cause of mercury. Smaller fish have less and u can eat them almost everyday.

Personally i eat what my mama makes so it can vary, but i eat meat regularly without thinking about it. But if u want to have ur diet in check u could maybe eat half times meat, half times fish (trying to avoid at least once or twice eating big fishes) and maybe once in a while dont eat meat/fish for a day or two.

Finally i would like to say that many vegeterians doesnt eat any meat at all and their bodies looks healthy. So try to find a balance , if u eat too much meat try to change it once in a while with fish and maybe avoid it for a day, if u dont eat much (which isnt propably our case Very Happy ) try to eat 1-2 times per week at least.

Hope it helped, never tried buffalo either and I guess its expensive as well :/

PS: For mercury i think Lou said he is drinking green tea after cause it helps making the body absorve less mercury. If he reply to this topic he can tell us more about this.


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PostSubject: Re: need food tips   Thu Sep 11, 2014 4:12 am

well I eat meat every every day and sometimes even twice, mostly chicken or turkey Very Happy fish and red meat only once in a time
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PostSubject: Re: need food tips   Mon Sep 15, 2014 4:04 pm

I am now on college and find to hard eat like I used to at home, today I did only BW basics and felt much harder than when I trained at home with a vest


it was either bad sleep or bad food choice or both
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