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Discussion in 'Dieting / Supplement Discussion' started by ga_ninja, Aug 9, 2016.
This thread should have been titled "Name some things that are marketed as healthy."
Avocado on whole wheat toast with lemon juice and little bit of salt and black pepper OR a protein bar like if i need the protein. The Oh yeah ONE bars are really good
TRT, hGH, horse meat and EPO.
And also multivitamin, fish oil, oats.
8 oz fat free Greek yogurt + 4 oz blueberries.
An apple + 2 Tbsp natural PB or almond butter.
1 oz almonds + a navel orange or a banana.
Hard-boiled eggs w/ a little salt and pepper.
Bone broth is what i made today.
6 to 10 bones with good marrow in it.
3 carrots, 3 celery sticks. Cut these veggies up tiny.
3 bay leaves. Some parsely.
Bit of salt and pepper.
4 garlic cloves crushed and added.
1/4 cup cider vinegar.
Enough water to cover it.
Slow cook on high for an hour then on low for 12 to 16 hours.
Eat/drink up. Its a great tasting mixture and great for people with thyroid or pcos issues. Or just in general really.
A lot of the time my post workout is toasted fried egg sandwich with avocado, tomatoes and sometimes hot peppers. + pineapples
Very tough to avoid sugar. Best thing I have found is to eliminate snacking. I highly doubt that evolutionary biology has led us to this form for 199,850 of 200,000 yrs to be adapted to snacking or what I call continuous non-stop eating during waking hours. My guess is that this is why anecdotal evidence with intermittent fasting is that it is effective. With intermittent fasting, you're just doing what our bodies have evolved/adapted to do (although i don't think it's as simple as that).
one snack of 2 fried eggs at around 11:30am, lunch at 3pm (because I will often workout right after work).
Anything with sugar, flour, starch is to be avoided.
A banana/apple with peanut butter or maple syrup.
not a vegan, these are good shit tho
having some green leaf stevia on hand helps a lot.
that aint healthy bro
I am Vegan and I have never heard of these. Thanks for sharing
Usually hot or cold cereal for breakfast, for lunch a can of black beans with salsa.
Tuna spread on top of a biscuit. Easy to prepare and very healthy. Good for the heart as well. I also like vegetable salad but not totally for a snack.
I usually try and eat a Spinach, Pepper and Kale salad atleast once a day.
Lots of fiber and lean protein aswell(although, there's often alot of sodium in my diet, something I need to work on)