My diet....for those that ask....for those that want to help with opinions/adjustment

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  1. Patrick Bateman

    Patrick Bateman Active Member

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    everyday is about the same. this is my "on" diet basically to look my best.

    7:30 AM - Dymatize Elite Whey w/a few blueberries. multivit, fishoil, BCAA's, Flax seed oil.
    9:00 AM - 10 egg whites 2 yolks w/spinach, 1 cup oatmeal (every other day on the oatmeal)
    10:45AM - 2 scoops MHP Probolic
    12:15PM - 3 grilled chicken breasts over broccoli, 1 cup brown rice, huge salad with olive oil/balsamic.

    WORKOUT

    2:00PM - 2 scoops Dymatize, 1 cup oatmeal w/honey, 1 tablespoon Natty PB
    2:45PM - 2 Turkey burgers, 1 cup green beans
    5:00PM - Salmon, 1 tablespoon Natty PB
    7:30PM - 2 Grilled Chicken breasts, tablespoon cottage cheese
    9:00PM - 2 Scoops MHP Probolic

    1 gallon of water per day at least.

    Sashimi a couple days a week when I feel like treating myself.
     
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    Nope
     
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    That's a lot of protein in meals 2 and 4. Looks good to me though.
     
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    F**K ... you mean you are so anal about every small details and ask me dozens of existential questions and you are not even mastering the basics?!?

    EVERYBODY who is serious about body transformation should weight and record their food intake.
     
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    I don't understand the 1 tablespoon of cottage cheese. That's like 2 - 3 g of protein.
     
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    i agree, this is why i always weigh my eggs in the shell before cracking them open to make sure they are the same. sometimes they are 3 grams over or under and i have to recalculate its calories.
     
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    i enjoy cottage cheese, at that meal i always open the fridge and take a tablespoon or two out of the tub. i just like it.
     
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    I make cottage cheese shakes, it's the only way I can eat it. :barf:
     
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    mix 1 cup CC with 1 tbsp cocoa, 1 tbsp pb, 1 tbsp walden farm choc syrup, freeze for 1 hr

    shit taste AWESOME.
     
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    oooh i gotta try that! how is waldens choc syrup?
     
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    its pretty good IMO. i love it. mixing 1 tbsp of it with 1 tbsp cocoa in oats is good too.
     
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    try different brands and fat % - i cannot stomach anything except the knudsen lowfat (the pink tubs)
     
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    patty owns a business... nigga is straight ballin with an m3 his parents bought him.


    you're just on a different plane of dedication i'll never be able to discipline myself with. It's hard enough as it is trying to make a 1lb of grilled chicken breast everyday.
     
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    my parents aint buy me shit, but ok.
     
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    :bowdown: cottage cheese
     
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    same :bowdown:
     
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    :rofl:
     
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    damn looks like a long time in the kitchen making food, or do you prepare your shit once a week ?
     
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    both to be honest. when i have time to prep it before, i do, when i dont, i prep it when necessary. its really not a big deal, people make it out to be more than it is, once youre in a routine and know exactly what you need, when you need it, how much of it, etc, its second nature.

    sure its easier to pull up to mcdonalds drive thru and order your big macs but thats up to you, then youll look like everyone else does, to look different of course you have to do things that the ordinary everyday fat people you see jiggling around dont.
     
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    i mean how hard and time consuming is it to grill 5 chicken breasts a day or even every other day? how hard is it to throw a piece of salmon on a grill or pan. same with turkey burgers.

    eggs take me about 5 minutes + time taking out spinach out of the fridge. combined preparation time for a day....MAYBE 45 minutes? takes longer to drive to mickey d's 3x like most of you Fatty McFattersons.
     
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    how do some of you turkey burger peeps prep them? mine always fucking fall apart and shit on a grill or a pan, and always taste bland.
     
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    Every 2-3 days I'll cook a big pit of rice and throw a couple trays of chicken/beef into the oven and aside from veggies I'm set. It's really not hard to cook in bulk and stick it in the fridge.
     
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    im running 2 businesses at this time and takes me about 30 minutes to prepare breakfast/lunch alone :hs:
    might have to start preparing dinners for the whole week on sat-sun
     
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    same here. I just buy the frozen patties at walmart... it's like 3lbs for $5, hard to beat. they have two flavors, regular and spiced, both are good for variety
     
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    I only get the 97% fat free ground turkey, like 4 bucks and makes 4 big patties. Roll them up and make the patty, throw in a pan with a little seasoning. I eat them on a whet bun with mustard. Hard to beat that shit.

    I can't eat the pre-made ones or the higher fat ones, they get dark when you cook them and taste pretty bad to me.
     
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