I am super duper new and I just actually started to get a handle on my diet ( hopefully I have ) but I was just wondering if anyone could offer some quick and easy to make and transport good for you foods.
I just started a new diet that
100g carbs/150 g protien/50g fat total cal 1450
130 carbs/150 protien/50 fat total cals 1570
70 carbs/150 protien/50 fat total 1330
Basically my schedule sucks I am a tech consultant and a student on my work day I go 12-8 and we normally order food in , class days 1-9, so I need some fast, easy to make, and easy to bring with me ideas... I am open to anything...
also does anyone have any sugguestions about how to keep track of this...
Last edited by lmg8; 06-29-2002 at 11:04 AM.
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Tuna and or chicken mixed with brown rice. Add some olive oil
chicken breast and yogurt
chicken breast and some broccoli.
Really man, there are tons of different combinations. Anything can be quick as long as it has been prepared ahead of time. BTW, I hope you weigh ~100 lbs eating so few calories!
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If you have access to a fridge your possibilities are pretty much endless, for some good meal ideas i'd say take a look at some of the other ladies journals, you'll probally get some good ideas from them.
Damnit. I thought this thread was about my ex-girlfriend.
I am also in the same job and I am the only one who brings lunch to workplace. I had tough time explaining people whats the diff between my grilled chicken in a whole wheat roll and your BK chicken whopper.
To answer your q's. Get a George Foreman grill and crank it up. I grill and take chicken, steaks, shrimps etc to the workplace . Get used to whole wheat rolls and breads. You can also carry some protein bars.
Might look into raising the cals a bit too...just my opinion.
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