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#46 Postby belleadonna » Sat Jan 27, 2007 7:40 am

Breakfast- One scoop of Energy Greens or Barleygreen, one 8oz glass of fresh carrot juice.

One hour before lunch- Scoop of energy greens
Half hour before lunch- 8oz of carrot juice

Lunch- fruit

Half hour before dinner- 8oz carrot juice

Dinner- Huge raw salad with all types of greens,
Small portion of cooked food like homemade vegetable soup, baked potato (white or sweet), vegan chili, steamed veggies, or whatever I feel like.

After dinner- small cup of decaf, half slice of homemade vegan banana bread

If hungry later, I will have an orange.

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#47 Postby mkiojon » Fri Feb 16, 2007 2:37 am

This is what I am eating at the moment because I am in a transitional living situation and have to crash at my rehearsal studio. I have a dorm fridge and a hot plate and most of my pantry items aren't around except for a small sauce pan and a blender. This is a good example of living economically though because I am saving a lot of money eating this way.


Meal 1

Oatmeal, and a smootie with protein powder, orange juice, banana, and spinach.

Meal 2

Protein shake with protein powder, spinach, banana and soy milk

Meal 3

brown rice and beans, cooked with onions, celery, and carrots and seasoned with salt, chili powder and large quantities of hot sauce.

Meal 4

left-overs of the beans and rice mixture, or a peanut butter and banana sandwich

Meal 5

apples and celery with peanut butter

Meal 6

Pot of vegetarian ramen type soup with whatever vegetables I have on hand. I usually have carrots, celery, onions, collard greens and spinach.


* I drink a large amount of water and I'll occasionally drink some tea as well.

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#48 Postby Cthulhu » Sun May 20, 2007 12:37 pm

This is pretty much what my normal diet looks like when I'm focusing on getting strong and building muscle:

Breakfast: 2 scoops organic raw hemp protein powder with 1-2 bananas,
1 scoop raw cocao chocolate powder, yacon root syrup,
half a cup of soaked cashews, coconut cream and water,
and raw cashew butter.


Snack: Cashew Butter Banana sandwhich- 4-8 tablespoons of
raw cashew butter, sprouted whole grain bread, one large
banana, with some raw honey and cold pressed flaxseed oil.


Lunch: Spinach and lettuce salad with four red tomatoes, organic
Homemade italian dressing with expeller pressed olive oil,
one cup of mixed seeds and cashews, and 2 scoops of hemp
protein powder with 1 banana and homemade coconut milk.


Snack: Crunchy cashew butter honey banana sandwhich- Sprouted
whole grain bread, raw honey, 1 banana, and 4-8 tablespoons
raw cashew nut butter. Red organic strawberries and coconut
cream dipped in raw organic cocao chocolate sauce made with
cocao powder, cocoa butter, coconut oil, and coconut cream.


Dinner: Raw pizza with dehydrated crust made of mixed nuts and seed,
coconut meat, flaxseeds, etc. The toping is made with my
homemade tomato sauce, green peppers, onions, raw cheese,
olives, and spices. Usually served with a side salad.


Before bed snack: 2 scoops raw organic hemp protein powder,
1 banana, homemade coconut milk and cream,
2 tblspoons of raw cashew butter on sprouted whole
grain bread, 2 cups organic red grapes, and flaxseed
oil.

All the food is pretty much all raw and organic.
This is around 4,500 calories-5000 calories, depending on the side dishes.
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#49 Postby veganmomma » Sun May 20, 2007 9:01 pm

Bananas
Peanuts
Wheat germ
Soymilk
Cinnimon
Lentils
Split Greens peas
Brown Rice
Canola/Olive oil
Collard greens
Tofu
Clif builder bars on the road.

I'm on a budget that's way I don't have that much variety. :(

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#50 Postby alisonfsm » Mon Sep 03, 2007 10:24 am

pre workout- (6:30am)
1/2 cup hemp cereal
1 cup hemp milk

post workout- (7:30am)
1 ezeikel cinn raisin english muffin
with 1 tablespoon of earth balance spread
1 shake(water and rice/soy/or hemp protein)

9am- shake(rice or soy)

12pm- 12oz tofu scrambled "eggs"

3pm- shake(rice or soy)

6pm- 2 cups of broccoli/cauliflower/carrots

9pm- shake(rice or soy)

Does anyone have a suggestion for a good tatsing rice protein? I'm using the natural flavor nutribiotic and I hate it, but it works. :-/

supplements-

Liquid Multi
2 tablespoons of Flax oil
1500 mg of calcium

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#51 Postby rdandrew » Wed Sep 05, 2007 2:59 pm

Have you tried VegLife rice protein? Good stuff. Much better tasting than Nutribiotic.
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#52 Postby VeganEssentials » Wed Jan 23, 2008 12:10 am

Cutting out all processed stuff to the best degree I can as it seems all the naturopathic philosophy for treating my eye condition says to go mostly raw and stick with whole foods, so I'm working my way over that direction (but still a long way from it as the raw thing is tough for me). Eating less than usual when training since I'm taking some time off and dieting down a bit, sticking between 2300 and 2500 cal/day which is my "lose weight slowly without exercise" range.

Meal 1 - 3 pieces sprouted grain toast, 2 with organic raspberry conserves and 1 with organic peanut butter, small glass of organic orange juice

Meal 2 - Big old salad - all spinach greens, mushrooms, 2 kinds of sprouts, purple cabbage, black eyed peas, topped with about 2-2.5 tbsp of Legere's Nutritonal Yeast Dressing (I hold the last 6 bottles in existence and won't give them up!) and a splash of balsamic vinegar

Meal 3 - Indian 3-bean salad, around 6 oz. (all beans, scallions and purple onions with a light vinaigrette marinade), also 2 scoops of chocolate Vega in water

Snack - around 2 oz. of hot spiced raw sprouted pumpkin seeds

Meal 4, which I'll be having in around 20 minutes, will be leftover sesame udon noodles with tofu, carrots (which I'm trying to learn to like) and sprouts, and a small handful of organic goji berries

Final snack will be some tamari brown rice crackers and spicy cashews (not raw, unfortunately)


This is a far cry from the usual staple of processed stuff I'd normally eat, but I'm going on a minimum 6-month plan to eat very well at least 6 days/week, and if I eat a meal or two of not-so-fresh stuff on the weekend, so be it!
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#53 Postby OHKi » Tue Jan 29, 2008 4:32 pm

every morning the same breakfast only with variating fruits.
100g oats
20g raisins
10g flax seed
10g dehulled hemp seeds
10g soy flour (fat reduced)
100g fruits (apples, bananas, strawberry, raspberry, differs every day)
250ml alpro soy milk
200ml of multivitamine juice

820kcal, 120g carbs, 20g fat, 40g protein. this breakfast helped me to get bigger ;)

then i'm eating (black wild) rice (14g/100g protein), potatoes, wholemeal noodles, foods rich in protein (soy products, beans, nuts, lupines, vegetables). my last meal is a salad with high protein soy texturate (64g/100g proteins and only 0,5g fats and 1g carbs).

some of my meals you can see here:
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#54 Postby Psychonaut » Tue Apr 15, 2008 8:40 pm

I always have the same shake for breakfast:

140 g of oatmeal
30 g of dried fruits (such as currants and cranberries)
25 g of soy protein (chocolate flavour)
15 g of rice protein
700 mL of rice milk (17 % rice)

I divide this on in to portions, among with the second one i drink some good oil. :D

That is indeed my personal calorie bomb (1400 ckal), since i am not a great eater.

The rest of the day i eat pasta, rice, vegetables and always tofu.

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#55 Postby flanders77 » Wed Apr 16, 2008 2:20 am

Here we go:
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#56 Postby BodhiDave85 » Thu Jun 26, 2008 2:38 pm

flanders77 wrote:Here we go:
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How long have you been eating like this?
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#57 Postby flanders77 » Thu Jun 26, 2008 4:49 pm

BodhiDave85 wrote:
flanders77 wrote:Here we go:
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How long have you been eating like this?

Right now I eat fewer dates and more fresh fruit like bananas, apples, peaches, apricots etc. and therefor fewer calories. I ate this way during the whole winter. I eat differently during summer since I try to "listen to my bodies needs" and I usually crave and like those fruit and vegetables most that are in saison.
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#58 Postby Fallen_Horse » Thu Jun 26, 2008 9:09 pm

flanders77 wrote:Here we go:
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That's quite a raw diet you have there! Any idea on the macros?
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Re: Nutrition Question - Can I see what you typically eat?

#59 Postby flanders77 » Sat Jun 28, 2008 3:40 pm

To be honest no. I really do not care as long as I am fit and feeling as good as I do. Of course I could calculate macros but IMO as long as I eat enough calories and a varied diet I am pretty sure they are okay.
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#60 Postby sosso » Wed Aug 06, 2008 8:07 pm

Here's what I've been eating lately. I make sure to mix up the types of veggies, beans, fruit, legumes and I stick to whole grains.

Breakfast -

Cup of oats or whole grain cereal & oat milk
Two whole pieces of fruit - banana, kiwi.. anything really
Smoothie with oat/almond milk, spirulina, berries, LSA, chopped almonds
Vitamins B12, Zinc & Iron
Big glass of water

Mid-morning -

Fruit
Water
Smoothie

Lunch -

Mixture of steamed veggies
Some kind of bean/lentil/chickpea dish
Water

Afternoon snack -

Mixed unsalted nuts & seeds
Dates
Water

Dinner -

More mixed steamed veggies
Quinoa
Big salad with spinach, tomato, mushrooms, chickpeas, corn..
Glass of oat milk
Water

A couple of hours before bed-

Smoothie
Apple
A few Dates
Water
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