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Old 02-08-2006, 09:33 PM   #11
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You could just buy some cassien protein and mix in some flax and drink that. Cheese is a good cassein source as well.
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He's on a budget.
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Ok so I went grocery shopping tonight and Walmart wasnt stocked of much. I am adjusting my diet plan to this.


Meal 1: 8:00 am
Peanut Butter and Jelly Sandwhich on 7 grain wheat bread
2 scrammbled eggs with cheese
1 Flax Seed Oil Capsul, 1 One-a-day Vitamin, and 1 Fish Oil Capsuls

Meal 2: 11:15 a.m.

Bonless Skinless Chicken Breast.
1 Bagel
1/2 cup of brown rice (measured before cooked)

Meal 3: 3:15 p.m.

Jumbo baked patato w/ butter, steak chilli, and cheese.
1 Chicken breast

Meal 4: 6:00

Chicken Breast
1 Bagel
1/2 cup of brown rice

Meal 5: 7:45 (home from work) Pre workout
MuscleMilk Shake 638cal/12gcarbs/32g protien.


Meal 6: 9:00 Post workout

Muscle Milk shake

I tend to find something around the house to eat again
I do have this stuff called, Probolic-SR. It has all three types of protien. Suppose to be good for bedtime. Its by MHP. It doesnt mix very well, so I have been ignoring it.

I couldnt find any frozen turkey burgers, so I picked up some frozen beef ones.
So what else needs to be adjusted? You all have been very helpful. Im almost there!

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He's on a budget.
How about just purchasing a cow and milking it. You can make all the cheese you want.

Eat more eggs.
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How about just purchasing a cow and milking it. You can make all the cheese you want.
X, I was reffering to the suggestion of buying casein protein, not cheese. As he stated the the very first post he is on a limited grocery budget. Did you read it? I've been there. Sometimes you do the best you can with what you have.

Trancer, in that MHP product you have, soy protein, I think is the primary source, but it has whey and casein also, plus a bunch of free BCAA's. (If I remember correctly). I would go ahead and chug that down, regardless of how well it mixes, but don't buy it again. You don't need fancy proteins like that and there are more cost effective options available. I would stay away from soy protein as a powdered supplement in general.

As far as the cottage cheese problem, do you have any stomach discomfort from milk in general? There still might be some lactose hanging around in cottage cheese. Or you could just be sensitive to casein, who knows? If it has been a while since you've tried it, then I would suggest purchasing small containers and trying it again just to see if you react any differently now. As far as not liking certain things, well, I don't like cottage cheese very much myself, and some of the other things I eat.

That is the price you pay, sometimes, to put on muscle.

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If you act sanctimonious I will just list out your logical fallacies until you get pissed off and spew blasphemous remarks.
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That is the price you pay, sometimes, to put on muscle.
Very True...and I gladly pay it....or at least that's what I tell myself as I choke down a can of tuna and a couple cups of cottage cheese.

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How about just purchasing a cow and milking it. You can make all the cheese you want.

Eat more eggs.
How many eggs in the morning with my Peanut butter sandwhich?
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X, I was reffering to the suggestion of buying casein protein, not cheese. As he stated the the very first post he is on a limited grocery budget. Did you read it? I've been there. Sometimes you do the best you can with what you have.

Trancer, in that MHP product you have, soy protein, I think is the primary source, but it has whey and casein also, plus a bunch of free BCAA's. (If I remember correctly). I would go ahead and chug that down, regardless of how well it mixes, but don't buy it again. You don't need fancy proteins like that and there are more cost effective options available. I would stay away from soy protein as a powdered supplement in general.

As far as the cottage cheese problem, do you have any stomach discomfort from milk in general? There still might be some lactose hanging around in cottage cheese. Or you could just be sensitive to casein, who knows? If it has been a while since you've tried it, then I would suggest purchasing small containers and trying it again just to see if you react any differently now. As far as not liking certain things, well, I don't like cottage cheese very much myself, and some of the other things I eat.

That is the price you pay, sometimes, to put on muscle.
Ok cool great thanks! I bought two containers of it and I can take them back to GNC for a refund. Hmmmm Im in need of some flow anyway... I could trade them in for some Muscle Milk too. That would be a better option.
So whats the deal with Soy Protien? It says it has Whey, Iso, and Casien protien in it. Is it another name for Iso?

I may end up grabbing a container of cottage cheese.


Anything else need to be adjusted in my diet guys?
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you should also look into the three hour window after you work out. After you work out you should have 3 meals on each hour. I use meal replacements. Most of your calories should be after you work out. Eat stuff with sugar for an insolin spike and you want to have no more then 10 grams of fat, the less the better. Look up the 3 hour window it would help a lot.
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