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Old 11-08-2013, 12:41 PM   #21
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salads with lots of olive oil and a good protein source, ie eggs and ham, oily fish, cheers etc etc

pistachio nuts in the evenings

scrambled eggs with bacon and mushrooms in the mornings

however i do through in a few doughnuts, crisps (chips), chocolate bars, noodles and roast dinners as well lol
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6 eggs and two bagels with a quart of milk. I eat three eggs per bagel like a sandwich and wash it down with the milk. One of my favorite power meals.
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An awesome meal I've been having recently (breakfast lunch snake or dinner) is chicken and rice wraps on whole wheat or whole grain wraps. I'll put in onions, spices, spinach leaves and siracha. I'll make a huge pot of jasmin rice and a large pan of everything else. This concoction will last me a couple days to a week and it's easy to re-heat after the initial batch.

Also if I'm feeling hungrier I'll throw in 2 eggs on each wrap. mm!
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Meal 1: 4 whole eggs, 3 egg whites 1 cup oatmeal or cream of rice.
Meal 2: 8oz fish 1 cup jasmine rice 1 cup spinach or broccoli.
Meal 3: 8oz lean beef or steak 6oz sweet potatoes 1 cup broccoli or spinach.
Meal 4: (preworkout meal if you have 1.5 hrs before hitting gym): 8 oz fish or chicken, 6oz sweet potatoes, 1 cup spinach or broccoli.

Meal 5: 8oz ground turkey, 1/2 cup oatmeal, 1 cup spinach.
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5 egg whites 1 scoops whey protein isolate, 6 asparagus stalks.
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