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If you are eating something right now or recently (like within the next or last hour)....what is it? Just curious. I always love to hear about what people are eating, if they like it and why they are eating it.

 

Me, I'm currently eating my dinner at work (9pm Eastern time in Florida). I'm having a bowl of brown rice with sauteed with black eyed peas, broccoli, carrots & mushrooms, and I'm having a big side dish of brussel sprouts. My dessert will be a small cup of strawberry soy yogurt. My "junk" food today was a peanut butter Lara bar and a bit of vegan chocolate.

 

Ok, what are you eating have eating within the hour or will be eating soon...

 

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Ok, it's now VERY early (4am) Sunday morning and I'm at work (again) I had oatmeal with apple pie spices and vanilla soy protein powder, a rather tart Fuji apple and a small cup of peach soy yogurt. I just finished my big travel mug of black coffee and will working on my gallon water jug the rest of the morning.

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Yesterday:

Breakfast: strawberries, blueberries and oranges springled in 1 tbs ground flax, coffee w/soy milk

Lunch: Romaine & baby spinach salad w/portebella, green peppers, black olives, celery, red onlions Fat Free Italian wrap w/grilled portebella, roasted red peppers & romaine w/mustard

Snack: rice toast w/peanut butter

Dinner: Sweet Potato Soup, large spinach salad w/chick peas and FF Italian

Snack: Herbal Tea

 

Today:

Breakfast: baked tofu w/ 1 tbs ground flax, rice toast w/ peanut butter, coffee w/soy milk

Lunch: Romaine & baby spinach salad w/ portebella, red peppers, and black beans w/FF Italian

 

Kind of boring I know.

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3 pm India.

 

Lunch 2:

 

25 g (raw weight) rice cooked

150 g (cooked weight) lentils

30 g Soy Chunks (raw weight)cooked - i guess you guys call it meat substitute or something.

25 g dry roasted soy beans (soy nuts)

steamed mix of cabbage , beet root, carrot.

5 ml of virgin coconut oil

10 ml of sesame oil

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This is what i ate today (13 oct 2011) :

 

1. Pre workout - 6.30 am

 

2 slices whole wheat bread + peanut butter + 1 small banana

 

Workout - 7.30 am to 8.45 am

 

2. Post workout - Protein Shake (Whey concentrate + Soy concentrate)

 

Proteins - 32 g

 

3. Breakfast - 9.45 am

 

65 g (raw weight) oats

500 ml low fat (1.5% fat) milk { many days, i substitute 75 to 100g (raw weight)red kidney beans for this)

30 g walnuts

capsules - Vit C 500mg, Calcium 250 to 500mg, B - complex, Vit B6 10 mg, Omega 3 & 6 capsules if i don't have walnuts.

50 ml very light black tea.

 

Proteins - 26 g

 

4. Lunch 1 - 12 pm

 

100 g (raw weight) dal (pressure cooked) - could be split peas, yellow lentils, split chickpeas etc.

steamed veg - i choose from carrot,beetroot,cabbage, potato,cauliflower,tomato (raw) etc etc.

10 ml sesame oil.

25 g Soy nuts dry roasted

Capsules - Vit C 500mg, Calcium 250 to 500mg, B - complex, Vit B6 10 mg, Omega 3 & 6 capsules.

 

Proteins - 35 g

 

 

5. Lunch 2 - 3 pm

 

100 g (raw weight) dal (pressure cooked) - could be split peas, yellow lentils, split chickpeas etc.

25 g (raw weight) rice pressure cooked

steamed veg - same as Lunch 1.

5 ml virgin coconut oil + 5 ml sesame oil.

Capsules - Vit C 500mg, Calcium 250 to 500mg, B - complex, Vit B6 10 mg, Omega 3 & 6 capsules.

 

Proteins - 28 to 30 g.

 

6. Dinner 1 - 6 pm.

 

Protein Shake

Capsules - Vit C 500mg, Calcium 250 to 500mg, B - complex, Vit B6 10 mg.

 

Proteins - 32 g

 

7. Dinner 2 - 8 pm or 8.30 pm

 

Soy Nuggets (TVP) - 50 to 60 g raw weight, cooked slightly with onion in 5 to 10 ml sesame oil.

Steamed veg

Maybe little Rice pressure cooked - say, 25 g raw weight.

Capsules - Vit C 500mg, Calcium 250 to 500mg, B - complex, Vit B6 10 mg, Omega 3 & 6 capsules.

 

Proteins - 33 g

 

TOTAL PROTEINS - 188 g

 

I currently weight 73 kg & i am cutting fat & adding muscle slowly. I just want to remain @ this weight , for the heavier i am , the more i have to eat to stay @ the same place

 

I generally adjust the amount of B6 , Vit C according to my protein intake & training intensity.

I drink at least 4 liters of water a day easily. I drink water even on off-training days. It keeps not only my muscles full, but keeps my being fresh & drives away the soreness & fatigue surrounding my eyes, to a good extent.

 

The amount of B6 particularly varies a lot. It goes upto 80 to 100 mg a day when the training is to intense & so is the diet.

 

Happy training folks !!

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Surprised to see whey in someone's meal plan...

 

I don't know whether you are referring to my diet schedule posted in this thread, jungleinthefrunk.

 

Here,in this part of India, i don't get any fast absorbing vegan protein drink - like pea isolate, rice isolate etc. Even pure Soy isolate/concentrate is not available.(What is available is ridiculously & hilariously overpriced).

 

Even though i was ready to exclude milk from diet, it is just not possible. I don't get hemp, flax,spirulina powders etc etc

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Just finished up at the gym while on my dinner break and have 4 more hours at work before my day is done. Post gym meal: Falafal (spicy smashed chickpeas) stuffed into a whole wheat pita with spinach, sprouts, tomato, mushrooms, avacado, banana peppers, olives, & vinegrette dressing along with a small (10oz) soy protein shake mixed with strawberrie, bananas & wheat germ.

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