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Old 04-01-2005, 12:45 PM   #1
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I've been trying to learn as much as I can about nutrition before I start hitting the gym up again for the first time. I pretty much understand what and what not I should be eating to go along with a body building routine but I'm having trouble deciding exactly what things I should eat on a daily basis. What I'm basicly looking for is some planned out daily eating routines. Heres a sample I found online:

1st meal- oatmeal porridge w/ nonfat milk
5 scrambled egg whites
banana
8 oz orange juice

2nd meal- granola bar
apple
12 oz no fat milk

3rd meal- low fat tuna salad (1 cup)
8 oz apple juice

4th meal- protien drink (40 g)

If I could just get maybe 5-6 different routines like this to mix and match for variety I would have all I need. I'm not too picky about what I eat and just knowing that I'm eating right would be enough to keep me going. I will also be taking a daily viatamin supplement. Any help is appreciated. Thank you.
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Old 04-01-2005, 12:52 PM   #2
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I would recommend that you divide whatever you weigh in protein at least 5-6 times throughout the day. I think Dave has a good post near the bottom of the page to help you out. A granola bar isn't a good meal. Pre-and postworkout shakes count as two meals because of the higher protein and carbohydrate content. I drink a shot of wheat grass 2-3 times a day because each shot is equal to 2.5 pounds of veggies. Before you go to bed, a good protein source is cottage cheese because it's slow digesting. This can count for your last meal of the day.

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Old 04-01-2005, 01:13 PM   #3
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Yeah 5 meals is better if possible, I have classes everyday, but I try to eat at least a little something between classes, a protein bar here, chicken sandwich here, or whatever will help. Eat, eat, eat is all you have to try to do. I just try to avoid feeling hungry throughout the day and if I do, I eat immediately.

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your eating habits should depend on what your goals are. you should post your stats, and where you want to be, then those here can be better equipt to help you.

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your eating habits should depend on what your goals are. you should post your stats, and where you want to be, then those here can be better equipt to help you.
I second, that's the only way we can tell u what to do. It looks to me tho as if you are trying to loose weight, because I eat about 4 times more than you
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Hey Mikey05, where did you go. You have some of the greatest/knowledgeable guys in here just willing to help you.
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Hey Mikey05, where did you go. You have some of the greatest/knowledgeable guys in here just willing to help you.
I was just wondering, am I considered one of the greatest?? :eek:
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lets not get ahead of ourselves here apoc.

be forever the student, and you continually learn and grow.
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I was just wondering, am I considered one of the greatest?? :eek:
I will give you the unofficial title of POSTER KING :
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Nay, I am no competition for u big guy. As for Dr X's answer, post whore is more of an appropriate title for me.
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