5'2 female Fitness Instructor looking for simple meal plans

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5'2 female Fitness Instructor looking for simple meal plans

#1 Postby adoringlife » Fri Sep 20, 2013 11:10 pm

Okay so I was vegan for about a year and then gave my diet/training over to a trophy winning bodybuilder and coach to many other trophy winners...my body composition changed for the better but I found a chunk of chicken my 2 year old had tossed in the sink and it made my stomach flip when I thought about what I was picking up off of the floor...flesh! We went to the grocery store and they have live fish and crab and then butchered fish laying right next to it and I kept contemplating how to tell My little girl that we kill the cute fish to eat it. Anyway, I am not sure that I can stomach meat or dairy anymore and work well with a clear laid out plan. I plan on entering some Bikini Competitions and am looking for sample meals for a day portioned for my height.

Now I eat no processed foods and very little dairy
112 protein
112 carbohydrates
and 55 Healthy fats

Would I keep it similar? Help :)

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Re: 5'2 female Fitness Instructor looking for simple meal pl

#2 Postby Kora » Sun Sep 22, 2013 11:38 am

Why not just use something like myfitnesspal to create yourself daily menus. You can add and remove foods easily, that way you have a meal plan with foods you like to eat.

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Re: 5'2 female Fitness Instructor looking for simple meal pl

#3 Postby Fallen_Horse » Mon Sep 23, 2013 11:09 am

There are a few ladies here who do bodybuilding with a vegan lifestyle, so I would recommend checking out their training and food logs for some good ideas. :)
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Re: 5'2 female Fitness Instructor looking for simple meal pl

#4 Postby adoringlife » Thu Sep 26, 2013 9:59 pm

Thanks guys :-)


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