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sweet-physique
01-31-2003, 07:44 AM
You are a bodybuilder. You walk into the grocery store. What do you leave the store with?

I would like to know what specific foods you would have on your list, maybe in order of importance, or quanitity and frequency of consumption.

HANSEL
01-31-2003, 07:59 AM
I like these threads...

Each week for me, In order of importance:

6lbs Lean Steaks
5 lbs Chicken Breasts
Tons of Broccoli, Cauliflower, and Brussels
Low Carb Tortilla's
5-6 16oz Eggwhite cartons
5-6 16oz Tubs of FF Cottage Cheese
2 8oz bricks of FF Cream Cheese
2 15oz containers of FF Ricotta
bag of Walnuts and/or almonds
1 head of Greanleaf lettuce
1 8oz FF Lifetime Cheese
Cholula

Already have the Bulk Box of Splenda @ CostCo.
Not including Protein Powders, Vitamins, and Fish Oil.

Biff Tannen
01-31-2003, 08:05 AM
Well, I am somewhat new to "more serious" bodybuilding, so my list could use some help but here is some of the things I pick up:

Lean steak(s)
Boneless/Skinless chicken breast
Several Cans of veggies/frozen veggies
Brown Rice/pasta
Lots of eggs
Cottage cheese
Tuna
Bread

sweet-physique
01-31-2003, 08:18 AM
Hansel,
Do you like cheese?

HANSEL
01-31-2003, 08:30 AM
Originally posted by sweet-physique
Hansel,
Do you like cheese?

Hehe, I LOVE CHEESE. Food of the gods IMO. Resturants need to have a Entree of Just Cheese for me.
:D

Im all about my Milk Proteins. I eat most of the cheese in the evenings, usually mixed with artificial sweeteners and spices. The Ricotta is the lowest in sodium, lowest in carbs, and highest in protein, but its expensive so I treat myself to it once in a while.


Looking good Biff, assuming the bread is Whole Wheat.

I eat like, few carbs, My can of Oats and Box of Brown Rice is in the Pantry with Dust collecting on them, lol.

Biff Tannen
01-31-2003, 08:34 AM
Yep on the whole wheat. Only have a slice in the morning with my egg whites. Get some carbs for the day/morning.

HANSEL
01-31-2003, 08:34 AM
I would buy Tuna, but I havent been able to stand the sight,smell, or even the thought of it since I was eating 2 cans a day. And since the whole issue of salmon being farm raised and since the Lox I was eating were so raw and salty anyway, I have given up on fish completely.



Hey Biff, what are you eating as far as Good Fats?
Also, I have read the Frozen veggies retain more nutients and have less sodium them the canned, just a thought.




Sweet Physique, What does your list Look Like?

sweet-physique
01-31-2003, 08:42 AM
Hansel,
I get it now.
You're the casein man ;) keep growing

HANSEL
01-31-2003, 08:46 AM
Originally posted by sweet-physique
Hansel,
I get it now.
You're the casein man ;) keep growing

Perfectly Stated, yes, yes, I am the Casein Man. hehe

Im treated like a retard in all the supp shops for my preference for casein, whey is good but I am hungry like an hr after I eat it. So I just have whey Post workout, thats it.

bradley
01-31-2003, 10:45 AM
boneless skinless chicken breasts--get them in 6lb bags
fish--mahi mahi, salmon, tilapia
lean steak--usually eye of round
lean ground beef--96% lean
eggs--lots and lots of eggs
frozen veggies (5lb bags)
natty peanut butter
old fashioned oats
ww bread
milk
stuff to fix salads--onions, lettuce, bell pepper, jalepenos
balsamic vinegar--use as salad dressing

There are a few other things but these make up the bulk of my diet.

Mik
01-31-2003, 11:10 AM
Pretty much the same as Bradley except the fish. Tuna out of the can is the only fish I can stomach. Lots of skim milk too. Mmmmm I'm getting hungry.

Moose
01-31-2003, 11:59 AM
Can someone tell me what's wrong with farm raised Salmon? Thanks...

sweet-physique
01-31-2003, 12:18 PM
Am I the only Turkey fiend here?
(more to come)

ThreeD
01-31-2003, 12:49 PM
I found this list somewhere, and saved it cuz it really has everything you need :)



PROTEINS

Boneless, Skinless Chicken Breast
Tuna (water packed)
Fish (salmon, seabass, halibut)
Shrimp
Extra Lean Ground Beef or Ground Round (92-96%)
Venison
Buffalo
Ostrich
Protein Powder
Egg Whites or Eggs
Ribeye Steaks or Roast
Top Round Steaks or Roast (aka Stew Meat, London Broil, Stir Fry)
Top Sirloin (aka Sirloin Top Butt)
Beef Tenderloin (aka Filet, Filet Mignon)
Top Loin (NY Strip Steak)
Flank Steak (Sir Fry, Fajita)
Eye of Round (Cube Meat, Stew Meat, Bottom Round , 96% LeandGround Round)
Ground turkey, Turkey Breast Slices or cutlets (fresh meat, not deli cuts)

COMPLEX CARBS

Oatmeal (Old Fashioned or Quick Oats)
Sweet Potatoes
Yams
Beans (pinto, black, kidney)
Oat Bran Cereal
Rye Cereal
Brown Rice
Farina (Cream of Wheat)
Multigrain Hot Cereal
Whole wheat or Spinach Pasta
Rice (white, jasmine, basmati, Arborio, wild)
Potatoes (red, baking, new)

FIBROUS CARBS

Green Leafy Lettuce (Green Leaf, Red, Leaf, Romaine)
Broccoli
Asparagus
String Beans
Spinach
Bell Peppers
Brussels Sprouts
Cauliflower
Cabbage
Celery
Cucumber
Eggplant
Green or Red Pepper
Onions
Pumpkin
Garlic
Tomatoes
Zucchini

FRUIT

(if acceptable on diet): bananas, apples, grapefruit, peaches, strawberries, blueberries, raspberries, lemons or limes

HEALTHY FATS

Natural Style Peanut Butter
Olive Oil or Safflower Oil
Nuts (peanuts, almonds
Flaxseed Oil

DAIRY AND EGGS

Low-fat cottage cheese
Eggs
Low or Non-Fat Milk
Bottled Water


CONDIMENTS & SPICES

Diet Soda
Crystal Light
Fat Free Mayonnaise
Reduced Sodium Soy Sauce
Reduced Sodium Teriyaki Sauce
Balsamic Vinegar
Salsa
Hot Peppers and Hot Sauce
Chili powder
Mrs. Dash
Steak Sauce
Sugar Free Maple Syrup
Chili Paste
Mustard
Extracts (vanilla, almond, etc )
Low Sodium beef or chicken broth
Plain or reduced sodium tomatoes sauce, puree, paste)

bradley
01-31-2003, 02:17 PM
Originally posted by Moose
Can someone tell me what's wrong with farm raised Salmon? Thanks...

http://www.time.com/time/globalbusiness/article/0,9171,1101021125-391523,00.html

The article listed above talks about fish farming in general. You might find it interesting.

Praetorian
02-05-2003, 10:43 AM
THANKS ThreeD!!!!

i was just looking for that list

:thumbup:

sweet-physique
02-05-2003, 11:43 AM
I like what threed has on his list.

Here is my list

Skinned turkey and chiken breast
whole turkey and chicken skinned
Fish, tuna, salmon, talapia
Steak, eye round, flank, and sometimes strip or ribeye for a treat
lean ground beef
lean pork
anything else that at one time had a pulse
eggs, I eat whole eggs to just whites at a ratio of 1-3 (about 5 doz a week)
ff cottage cheese
mixed fruit lowfat yogurt
skim milk ( a couple gallons at least)
ff american cheese slices
ww bread
brown rice
red kidney beans
sweet potatoes
Go-Lean Crunch cereal
oatmeal
cauliflower
broccoli
corn
green beans
asparagus
salad (romain, tomatoes, cuecumbers, chickpeas)
almonds
water
diet coke (no more than 1 glass a day)
olive oil
pam
salt/pepper
various seasonings
Smart beat fat free butter substitute for my veggies (squeez bottle)
occasioanlly I'll eat some lean pockets as a quick treat

IceRgrrl
02-05-2003, 12:11 PM
I'm a strength-training athlete, not a bodybuilder per se, but here's what is usually on my list:

Chicken breasts (if they are on sale, I stock up and freeze them)
Fresh fish (if it's on sale and I like it)
Eggs
Tuna (stock up when it's cheap)
Peanut butter
Cottage cheese
Fat-free cheese singles (for my egg sandwiches)
Skim milk
Yogurt
Whole wheat bread/pitas
Whole wheat frozen bagels (for my egg sandwiches)
Brown/wild rice
Pasta
Oatmeal
Tomato products (sauce, crushed, stewed, paste, etc.)
Canned/frozen/fresh veggies (broccoli, green beans, mixes, etc.)
Lettuce
Onions
Bell peppers
Carrots
Sweet potatoes
Grapefruit
Bananas
Salsa
Mustard

Venison comes from my freezer :) I usually make mass quantities of stuff and bring leftovers for my lunches at work and egg sandwiches on bagels or pitas to eat post-workout while driving to work. I also have two big tubs of cheap but yummy whey protein for shakes in the evening or to supplement my protein intake.

Alex.V
02-05-2003, 12:17 PM
I'm poor.




Lean ground beef
Steak
Loads of mozzarella cheese
Whole wheat bread
tomato paste
pasta
rice
canned black beans
bacon
skim milk
diet coke (:D)
Frozen chicken nuggets (mmm)
whole chicken
pesto sauce



This is assuming normal meals, not cooking anything special.

the doc
02-05-2003, 12:24 PM
i leave with lots of dead animals, with a few grains (ie whole grains), beans, and a lot of veggies (similar to what icer had)

NotSoBig
02-05-2003, 03:55 PM
This is the best thread yet! Keep em coming! :)

Raildog
02-07-2003, 01:12 AM
My list:

2 gallons non fat milk
old fashioned quaker oats oatmeal
fat free cheese(no hydrogenation or partial hydrogenation)
Whole Wheat pasta
Classico pasta sauce
Bran for Life bread(only health food stores carry this usually)
Smucker's natural peanut butter
Shredded Wheat&Bran Cereal
8-12 Bananas
tuna fish in the packages (5)
1 lb of turkey smoked sausage( for jambalya)
1 lb of ground turkey ( for dirty rice)
2 lbs of top sirloin
2 lbs of salmon
4 lbs of chicken breasts
brown rice
5lb bag of red potatoes
mixed salad in the bag (several)
5lb bag of frozen mixed vegetables
jambayla mix and dirty rice mix ( cajun food rocks)
turkey bacon (occasionally)
whole wheat waffles
sugar free syrup
frozen bag of mixed fruit( great for nonfat yogurt or waffle topping)
lowfat or nonfat yogurt
lowfat cottage cheese
lean deli meat turkey or chicken 1/2 lb
mustard
2 1/2 dozen eggs

...and that's about it for real food, of course I also get protein powder and udo's oil blend when I run out.

Raildog

PeterParker
02-07-2003, 06:00 AM
I eat children...............................:evillaugh

Common
02-09-2003, 01:37 PM
Originally posted by Belial
I'm poor.


Lean ground beef
Steak
Loads of mozzarella cheese
Whole wheat bread
tomato paste
pasta
rice
canned black beans
bacon
skim milk
diet coke (:D)
Frozen chicken nuggets (mmm)
whole chicken
pesto sauce



This is assuming normal meals, not cooking anything special.

Aren't chicken nuggets bad?

bradley
02-10-2003, 02:30 AM
Depends on who you are asking. There are really no "bad" foods, but some people choose to eat cleaner than others. Just a matter of personal preference, and a few chicken nuggets each week isn't going to hurt you.

carolinagirl
02-10-2003, 07:21 AM
People look at me funny in the grocery store.

2 pkg chicken breasts (more if on sale)
whole turkey breast - not EVERY week though! (it makes a lot!)
1.5 lb salmon fillets
can tuna
6 tubs nonfat cottage cheese
1 tub plain yogurt (yuck. But I cook with it.)
4.5 dozen eggs (I think this is why people stare)
6 sweet potatoes
4 heads broccoli
2 heads green cabbage
1 bunch collards or spinach
1-2 lbs snap beans
1 lb summer squash or zucchini
mushrooms
garlic, fresh ginger, onions
old fashioned oatmeal
brown rice
natty p-bo
unsweetened applesauce (yummy in oatmeal with cinnamon!)
nuts of some type (usually peanuts, pecans, or almonds)

I buy so many eggs because I use 5 whites to 1 whole egg every morning. I keep intending to order just the whites (without a bunch of artificial crap added) from 1-888-NO YOLKS (eggology.com) but I haven't gotten around to it yet!

BennettBoy
02-10-2003, 07:31 AM
Originally posted by sweet-physique
Am I the only Turkey fiend here?
(more to come)

Nope, I love turkey breast. I buy one, cook it and eat off it a whole week.

ericg
02-10-2003, 09:50 AM
Originally posted by carolinagirl
People look at me funny in the grocery store.

2 pkg chicken breasts (more if on sale)
whole turkey breast - not EVERY week though! (it makes a lot!)
1.5 lb salmon fillets
can tuna
6 tubs nonfat cottage cheese
1 tub plain yogurt (yuck. But I cook with it.)
4.5 dozen eggs (I think this is why people stare)
6 sweet potatoes
4 heads broccoli
2 heads green cabbage
1 bunch collards or spinach
1-2 lbs snap beans
1 lb summer squash or zucchini
mushrooms
garlic, fresh ginger, onions
old fashioned oatmeal
brown rice
natty p-bo
unsweetened applesauce (yummy in oatmeal with cinnamon!)
nuts of some type (usually peanuts, pecans, or almonds)

I buy so many eggs because I use 5 whites to 1 whole egg every morning. I keep intending to order just the whites (without a bunch of artificial crap added) from 1-888-NO YOLKS (eggology.com) but I haven't gotten around to it yet!

They sell eggwhites in a carton that is 100% whites "no crap added". They are called "All whites" and come in 16oz cartons. Good stuff.

carolinagirl
02-10-2003, 02:56 PM
Originally posted by ericg


They sell eggwhites in a carton that is 100% whites "no crap added". They are called "All whites" and come in 16oz cartons. Good stuff.

I want these at my store! They only have it in tiny cups (like individual serving pudding cup sizes. Individual serving my ass! Who IS this tiny 'individual'?! A three-year-old?) - the pint and quart ones are all egg substitute. (Which, btw, is nasty.)

PowerManDL
02-10-2003, 03:08 PM
Originally posted by carolinagirl
People look at me funny in the grocery store.

Quit racing the carts then.

And wear clothes when you leave the house!

Relentless
02-10-2003, 03:29 PM
Typical grocery day for me:

yams
steak or ground beef
turkey breasts
lamb
collard greens
broccoli
salad greens
skim milk
salmon steaks
apples/pears
parsnips or carrots
irish oatmeal
eggs
egg whites
skim milk mozzarella
garlic, lots and lots of garlic!!
fresh herbs (rosemary, basil, dill, thyme)
shallots
red onions
olive oil
almonds
flaxseed oil
yogurt
wheatless bread (Ezekiel, Manna, etc.)
mixed froz veggies (Beta Blend Mix or similar)
frozen fish (Salmon, Haddock, Mahi Mahi)
butter (to be used sparingly)

I spend ~$100 a week on 'regular' groceries

carolinagirl
02-10-2003, 07:37 PM
Originally posted by PowerManDL


Quit racing the carts then.

And wear clothes when you leave the house!


You think that's why?

I was thinking maybe it was the squeaky clown nose and the giant shoes.

ericg
02-11-2003, 07:52 AM
Originally posted by carolinagirl
I want these at my store! They only have it in tiny cups (like individual serving pudding cup sizes. Individual serving my ass! Who IS this tiny 'individual'?! A three-year-old?) - the pint and quart ones are all egg substitute. (Which, btw, is nasty.)

Sorry to hear that. Ya the egg substitute shiat does suck. I am suprised you dont have "All Whites" in your grocery store.

Common
02-14-2003, 09:51 PM
Why do some people consider chicken nuggets bad though? The breading is a source of carbs.. I guess if they're greasey, that's fatty--but not that much fat. They're really not that bad, are they?

ryan1117
02-14-2003, 10:07 PM
Bananas
Bagels
Cream Cheese
Cottage Cheese
Chicken Breasts
Tuna
Pasta
Brown Rice
Skim Milk
Yogurt
Oatmeal
Eggs
Peanuts
Lean Pockets (I love the Philly Cheese Steak ones)
Ground Beef
Chili Mix to go with the ground beef

I'd say 90% of my diet is made up of the foods I listed.

ryan1117
02-14-2003, 10:11 PM
Originally posted by Common
Why do some people consider chicken nuggets bad though? The breading is a source of carbs.. I guess if they're greasey, that's fatty--but not that much fat. They're really not that bad, are they?
I've noticed a lot of processed chicken stuff has significantly less protein. For example, I have some chicken patties that only have something like 6g of protein. That means there isn't much chicken in there since a chicken breast usually has around 35g of protein.

_-_v_-_
02-14-2003, 10:25 PM
Tons of sweet potatoes.
Brocolli.
Raw almonds (I dry-roast them myself).
Mushrooms.
Egg whites.
Omega-3 Enriched Eggs.
FF Chicken Breasts.
Atlantic Salmon Filets.
Sweettarts (for post-workout dextrose).
Peppers.
Tomatoes.
Onions.
Garlic.
Herbs.
Saigon Cinnamon.
Flax oil.
Oatmeal (of course.)

Common
02-14-2003, 10:54 PM
so it's not that it's BAD, but just.... it's not good enough?

bradley
02-15-2003, 04:56 AM
Originally posted by Common
so it's not that it's BAD, but just.... it's not good enough?

I think bad would not be the correct word. For one thing most chicken nuggets are fried which is the main reason that I don't eat them. If you were to bake them in the oven then they would be better for you nutrition wise (wouldn't be dripping in some kind of cooking oil). Like ryan117 said they do contain high amounts of sodium and preservatives with not much protein. This does not mean they are bad just not really good in terms of nutrition.;)

Savannah
02-15-2003, 07:13 AM
Originally posted by Common


Aren't chicken nuggets bad?

lol, apparently not if they are shaped like little animals :)

Common
02-16-2003, 12:33 AM
What would be better? Chicken nuggets or a hamburger? OR about the same?

Wizard
02-16-2003, 12:35 PM
Chicken nuggets are way badder cuz they contain trans fat while hamburgers contain staurated fat. Both are crap food anyways.

Wizard
02-16-2003, 04:23 PM
I don't know why the thread was closed. You can continue posting here..

Saint Patrick
05-11-2003, 12:35 AM
Originally posted by Callahan
irish oatmeal

What is Irish oatmeal? never heard of it.........

GhettoSmurf
05-11-2003, 05:23 AM
Originally posted by Saint Patrick


What is Irish oatmeal? never heard of it.........

its oatmeal with green food coloring added :eek:



nah, actually i'm not really sure

Berserker
05-11-2003, 09:17 AM
Its like Irish Coffee. Haven't you ever added a little whisky to your oatmeal?

Ironman8
05-11-2003, 10:02 AM
I think I had Irish oatmeal at a buffet once. It had all these stuff added in it... (don't know about whiskey though).

AdamGberg
06-04-2003, 09:59 PM
great ideas for the trip to the store! thanks

-boneless skinless chicken
-cans of tuna (lots)
-whole wheat bread and/or tortillas
-skim milk
-ketchup (i saw ronnie coleman eating it ;))
-bananas, oranges, and apples
-cerial (wheaties, banana nut crunch, something not too bad in evil fat)


u guys buy the chicken from the deli/meat counter or frozen kind? any difference?

bradley
06-05-2003, 02:43 AM
Originally posted by AdamGberg
u guys buy the chicken from the deli/meat counter or frozen kind? any difference?

I just go with the big 10lb. bags of frozen chicken breasts. I can usually get these cheaper than the chicken breasts in the meat department, and they are also easier to store.

I can 't really think of any differences, although some of the frozen chicken breasts are enriched with chicken broth.

AdamGberg
06-05-2003, 06:55 AM
if the frozen stuff is cheaper and doesn't mean less protien and more preservatives, then i am right in....

thanks bradley

bradley
06-05-2003, 08:09 AM
Originally posted by AdamGberg
if the frozen stuff is cheaper and doesn't mean less protien and more preservatives, then i am right in....

thanks bradley

When I say frozen chicken breasts I am referring to the boneless skinless kind that have been pre cut but not pre cooked. Just didn't want you to think that I meant the precooked kind that you can just heat up in the microwave. The frozen chicken breasts and the fresh chicken breasts should have roughly the same nutritional breakdown.

sweet-physique
06-05-2003, 08:34 AM
Originally posted by Saint Patrick


What is Irish oatmeal? never heard of it.........

Irish oatmeal refers to steel cut oatmeal. It is not proccessed like rolled oatmeal wich is more traditional and prevailent (like quaker oats). While the macro is the same the irish or steel cut oatmeal contains more nutritional punch and fiber than regular rolled oats kinda like brown rice versus white rice.
A good brand is McCaine's and they make an instant variety too.
sp

chops
06-05-2003, 12:36 PM
[QUOTE]Originally posted by HANSEL
[B]I would buy Tuna, but I havent been able to stand the sight,smell, or even the thought of it since I was eating 2 cans a day. And since the whole issue of salmon being farm raised and since the Lox I was eating were so raw and salty anyway, I have given up on fish completely.

do you buy the white albacore tuna? there is a huge difference and i don't detect any 'fishiness' in it.

chops
06-05-2003, 12:47 PM
[QUOTE]Originally posted by _-_v_-_
[B]Tons of sweet potatoes.
Saigon Cinnamon.


whats saigon cinnamon?

unshift
06-29-2003, 07:56 PM
bradley... i think this is one of those threads that needs a sticky :)

Wu36
01-28-2004, 09:50 AM
Bump, this really does need to be at the top.

Dedicated
03-28-2004, 08:28 AM
Bump.

ruthlessGravity
03-28-2004, 10:29 AM
heh i'm a girl so i'm not sure if anybody cares what i buy but i'll list it anyways

fiber one
cottage cheese
peanut butter
lowfat yogurt
eggs
tuna
chicken
stone ground pita bread
brown pasta
basmati rice
soba noodles
gala apples
frosted mini wheats
raisin bran
oatmeal
splenda
fresh vegetables
almonds
garbanzo beans
black beans
salsa
diet coke
water
light popcorn
grahm crackers

gorilla4scrilla
09-13-2004, 11:04 PM
^bump, this is a great thread!

getfit
09-14-2004, 12:45 PM
my list( vegetarian)

oatmeal
soya milk (vanilla)
brown rice
tofu
lentils
chick peas
red kidney beans
all sorts of vegies
natural peanut butter
almond butter
fruits
spinach pasta
buck wheat
bulgar
honey
molasses
egg whites
udo oil
olive oil
herb salt
fresh herbs
yams
water
nuts( brazilian.almonds,cashews,walnuts)
dried fruit( figs,abricots,banana)
that's what i can think of right now!

Bboy486
09-14-2004, 01:00 PM
Ok well since I just went shopping yesterday i can contribute to this thread:

2 dozen large eggs
2 tobs of plain yogurt
FF Cottage Cheese
4 cans of slamon
X cans on Tuna (its just to damn convienent)
Celery
WW English Muffins
Frozen Salmon Fillets,
Lean Steaks
Boneless Ckns
Canned Chicken or Turkey (for chicken salads)
Wheat Germ
Ouaker Oats (large kind)
Frozen veggies (I was doing canned, but the frozen ones really do taste better and retain more nutrients.
Frozen potatos (roasted, fries and anything thats appealling)
Brown Rice (cooked with Red Kidney beans) YEA EXTRA PROTEIN!
Natty PB
Sushi (i was hungry at the market!)
and i think thats it.

If anyone has suggestions please let me know.

Bboy486
09-14-2004, 01:01 PM
Oh and a big ass tin of Mixed nuts without peanuts (almonds and walnuts dominate!!)

sublime99
09-14-2004, 05:01 PM
4 flats of eggs (2.5 dozen each)
12 lbs of boneless skinless non sodium enhanced chicken breast
3 tubs of cottage cheese
1 thing of natural PB (cheat days)
5 boxes spinach pasta
5 boxes whole wheat pasta
8 Different Things of emerils pasta sauce
4 things of classico alfredo sauce
7 bags of yellow rice
1 Olive oil
5 lbs of round steak
4 lbs of Ground beef
20 tuna cans 6.5 oz each
Milk
.5 lbs colby jack cheese
1 bag of whole wheat bread
.5 gallon of low fat ice cream (cheat days)
Crystal light
3 lbs of shrimp
2 packages of delmonico or ribeye steaks (cheat days)
I eat fish sometimes but i only eat fresh what i catch that day usually redfish, snook, shark, mackeral, or trout.
3lbs fresh brocolli
3lbs fresh cauliflower
1lb spinach
bannanas
tangerines
platanos (cheat days)
7 things of black beans and 7 of kidney beans
3 cans corn beef hash (cheat days)
Oatmeal
Honey
Vanilla flravoring
bag o chicken wings with hooter sauce 3 mile(cheat days)



:thumbup: Then we get whatever my wife wants this holds me over for almost two weeks.

Asylum
12-28-2004, 06:57 AM
Just happened on this, it's GREAT!

Alke
12-28-2004, 06:46 PM
Just happened on this, it's GREAT!

yep....this is the thread that I used for the sticky above. I cut through all the redundant posts and put everything into one concise list.

I was thinking of of updating the list with a breakdown of calories, carbs/protein/fat per portion...but then that would take all the fun out of fitday.com

Boris
01-09-2005, 01:24 PM
Hi there!

I would like to know what side-effects do these products (Preservatives, alcohol and gass cooldrinks) have on your body??

Why should u cut them out of your diet?

Plz guys I need to know....replay to my email if like......pappabeer@mailbox.co.za

Den Fisher
01-09-2005, 02:27 PM
This is my household foods (not counting my powders, creatine)

But what I mostly have every week at my house.

Chicken Breasts
Canned Tuna
Oatmeal
Whole Eggs
100% Whole Wheat Bread
Skim Milk
Rice
Pecans
Water



And that's it.. I could survive on that stuff.. pecans for healthy fats, rice for large amounts of carbs, and chicken breasts for protein. Those are my main foods.

Den Fisher
01-09-2005, 02:29 PM
Hi there!

I would like to know what side-effects do these products (Preservatives, alcohol and gass cooldrinks) have on your body??

Why should u cut them out of your diet?

Plz guys I need to know....replay to my email if like......pappabeer@mailbox.co.za

Canned stuff filled with preservatives usually have numerous amounts of sodium in them which you should try to avoid.

Ironrelic
01-09-2005, 04:48 PM
Thx for bringing this thread upfront. Some good points/reminders here & there:thumbup:

TBone4Eva
01-09-2005, 08:38 PM
Yeah, I reference this thread a lot. It's in my favorites folder.

time2grown06
06-11-2006, 01:47 PM
Question: How do you put a thread you like into your folder for reference?

For example, this thread:help: