Thread: new diet, need opinion
09-15-2002, 10:28 PM #1
new diet, need opinion
ok, since i have a job, i decided that i can actually spend the money for a
good diet (that crap aint cheap...like 60 bucks a week). i just started it
today. my plan is to cook all the food on sunday and portion it out into 7
plastic baggies that i can just grab outta the fridge each day of the week
and bring to school/work.
50 grams of protein, lots of simple carbs...all it is is frozen fruit, fat
free yogurt, a banana, brown sugar, and tons of eggwhites
that kind with the fruit already mixed in. quaker instant strawberries and
grilled chicken breast
38 grams of protein. marinated with teriaky sauce only.
grilled fajita beef (8oz)
40 grams of protein. its that preseasoned fajita meat you buy at the grocery
store. its got suprising low fat compared to other steaks and red meat stuff
i looked at.
zaterans cheese jambalya
ok, this is the bad part of my diet. the rice and sauce don't actually have
much fat at all (3g per serving), its the sausage i use has about 13g of fat
per 2 links. hmm, now that i think about it, its not that bad...i only use 3
links per package of the stuff. anyways, i include this meal for the carbs
from the rice.
50 grams of protein, same as the above smoothie.
i try to eat only veggies after 7 or 8 pm at night. arg, i admit, i dip the
veggies in ranch or blue cheese veggie dip...=/
how does it sound? its roughly 180 grams of protein a day. i weigh only 160,
so i figure thats enough. do you think its cool to grill the beef and
chicken all on sunday and eat it for the rest of the week? will it go bad or
anything? i would throw in tuna, but i hate that crap...=/ every month or
so, i try to buy a can and force myself to get used to it...but i can't...too
many memories of my ex...
09-16-2002, 04:33 PM #2alevok Guest
If it is a bulking diet then sounds good. If you are thinking of cutting you must eliminate some of your items.
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