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Discussion in 'Dieting / Supplement Discussion' started by wrestlintitan, Nov 6, 2005.

  1. wrestlintitan

    wrestlintitan Orange Belt

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    Everyones been seeing the crazy shit Luke ate on TUF 2... and i guess it works.

    Anyone have info on the diet, recipies or places i can find shit like that ???
     
  2. zdrax

    zdrax White Belt

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    It's not crazy, it's intelligent. He avoids high GI carbs and refined sugars. If it comes in a package, he doesn't eat it. He chooses a the most minimally processed food choices as the basis of his diet. Many people eat like he does. I'm surprised more UFC fighters don't have the sort of discipline and strigency with their diet.

    Oooh, and avoid sugary condiments. BBQ sauce has the nutritional value of Skittles.

    What to eat:
    Protein:

    * Fish: Salmon, Tuna, Cod
    * Eggs
    * Chicken breasts
    * Cottage cheese
    * Milk protien isolates
    * Whey-casein blends
    * Lean Red Meat

    Carbohydrates:

    * Vegetables
    * Mixed beans
    * Low-GI fruits
    * Oatmeal/Oat bran
    * Mixed-grain bread
    * Small amounts of protein-enriched pasta

    Fats:

    * Flax oil
    * EPA/DHA
    * Olive oil
    * Mixed nuts (no peanuts)
    * Fish oil

    What not to eat:

    Proteins:

    * Fatty meats
    * Fatty dairy
    * Most lunch meat
    * Large amounts of milk
    * Large amounts of soy

    Carbohydrates:

    * Regular bread
    * Added sugar
    * Most cereals
    * Soda
    * Fruit juice
    * Bagels
    * Fruit bars
    * Candy

    Fats:

    * Margarine
    * Vegetable oil
    * Corn oil
    * Heated/fried oil
     
  3. 48LawsOfPower

    48LawsOfPower Yellow Belt

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    last I heard ice cream sandwiches come in a package
     
  4. Urban

    Urban Savage Mystic

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    can we maybe get a list of low gi fruits?
     
  5. j-r00

    j-r00 White Belt

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    Low GI Fruits:

    All fresh and dried deciduous fruit i.e. apricots, fresh cherries, peaches, nectarines, plums, pears and apples, as well as all berries e.g. strawberries, mulberries, etc.

    All citrus fruit i.e. lemons, limes, grapefruit, oranges, naartjies, and unsweetened citrus peel (The more tart/sharp/acid the fruit, the lower the GI)

    Kiwi and grapes


    Intermediate GI and High GI fruits include melons and tropical fruits (bananas, pineapples, mangos, etc..)
     
  6. Valgarv

    Valgarv Guest

    You take the fun out of eating fruits. I refuse to give up my Bananas, Mangos and Cantelope! Now I'm just going to feel bad about eating them.
     
  7. Jimmy Cerra

    Jimmy Cerra Amateur Fighter

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    The McDonalds Fruit Salad has walnuts, apples, grapes, and a little bit of yogurt. Does that meet all the recommendations above? Of course it is packaged too, but I can't imagine it is worse than what's in the supermarket.
     
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    the headhunter White Belt

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    dang, so no peanuts? i've been eating bananas+natural peanut butter a lot... so what's the deal with peanuts, high gi?
     
  9. Justin Pressley

    Justin Pressley Amateur Fighter

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    Keep eating peanuts they r good for you, just dont eat tons.
     
  10. the headhunter

    the headhunter White Belt

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    i just want to know why peanuts>other nuts in this kind of diet
     
  11. rfrankb4

    rfrankb4 Blue Belt

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    i am curious as well.

    Personaly I usualy eat Cashues. Are they much better than Peanuts?
     
  12. MadDildo

    MadDildo Shame Staff Member Senior Moderator

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    Why are you eating at McDonald's?
     
  13. eljamaiquino

    eljamaiquino Blue Belt

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    $$$
    Peanuts are way cheaper than Cashews or other nuts.Thats the only reason as far as I know. I prefer cashews, walnuts, brazil nuts, etc.
     
  14. Jimmy Cerra

    Jimmy Cerra Amateur Fighter

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    Because I can hardly afford (time or money wise) a healthier place to eat in my area.
     
  15. Sinister

    Sinister Doctor of Doom Staff Member Senior Moderator

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    It's called the grocery store. For about the price of 1 McDonald's salad you can get enough ingredients to keep you in your own salad for a week.
     
  16. Jimmy Cerra

    Jimmy Cerra Amateur Fighter

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    Doh! Good idea. Although the local grocery store is pretty far away (being in the city sucks), I'll try it and report back. In any case, is that salad of apples, grapes, walnuts, and yogurt good according to zdrax's post?
     
  17. Michael Wanaka

    Michael Wanaka Amateur Fighter

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    FUck, i love banana, mango, and pineapple. DAMNIT
     
  18. the headhunter

    the headhunter White Belt

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    what the... i meant peanuts<other nuts.... my mistake
     
  19. SlappyMacGee

    SlappyMacGee Banned Banned

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    A peanut isn't actually a nut. It is a legume. My guess is that it has a higher glycemic index then nuts.
     
  20. sambo fighter

    sambo fighter Green Belt

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    Most of the low gi diets still encourage you to eat higher gi fruits also because the vitamins, fiber, and low caloric density make up for the gi.
     

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