swainy_26 Posted November 11, 2014 Share Posted November 11, 2014 Hi all, Just wanted to post an average day Meal Planning and get some constructive critiscm of things to add in or take away. My main goal of following such as meal plan is to continue to restore my IBS (Which is nearly non-existent when I take away grains, dairy and coffee), to provide energy and stamina with my days beginning with an early morning workout, followed by 8 hrs in front of a computer at work followed by another 2-3 hrs in front of a computer at home for online full time study and to better improve my body composition by reducing body fat and increasing muscle after losing approx. 24kg over the past few years. All advice would be much appreciated. 5am - Get up, drink a glass of water with lemon and eat 1 boiled egg and approx. 6 cashews. 545-6am - Either a 5 or 7km run with 10-15 min HIIT or a 30 min intense cardio/resistance session with a 10-15 min walk to warm up. 645-7am - Tin of plain tuna. 745am - 3-4 eggs sauteed up in some coconut oil with zucchini, baby spinach, rocket, tomato, zucchini,onion, mushroom and capsicum with 1/4 avocado and a piece of fruit (normally a banana - my favourite or some berries). 12pm - Hand sized portion of meat and 1/2 to 3/4 plate of veggies or salad (usually leftovers) with a piece of fruit (apple or berries usually) and a handful or so of almonds/cashews. 6-630pm - Usually same sort of idea as lunch but normally without fruit. Usual dinner/lunches comprise; - 1/2 piece of grassfed steak (about size of my palm) with steamed veggies (brocolli, cauliflower, sweet potato, pumpkin, spinach, beans etc.) - chicken breast pieces mixed with lots of veggies - paleo burgers (grassfed mince patties with salad and mushroom 'buns) Drinks are usually lots of water or green tea. So yeah, just a brief overview but ANY advice would be great - want to ensure I am doing everything in my power to make my life a better one to live Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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