Hey guys, checking in.
I posted up another blog post! Come check it out.
How is everyone doing by the way?
Let me clarify. I know EXACTLY when I'm going to be hungry down to the minute (then I wait about 30 minutes until I eat of course,) and there's ALWAYS food left on my plate (because I purposely serve myself large portions.) My body tells me what to do, and I just do it.
Last edited by fpsjosh01; 03-19-2012 at 01:27 PM.
I can see the post in my Google Reader feed, but the link doesn't work. Strange.
I like your ideas. My biggest problem is I need to gain/maintain weight and there's no a lot of information out there for how to do that "Eat more" never seems to work out for me because I just don't buy enough food. If I buy more fruit, I'll eat all of it over a couple of days instead of throughout the week. I need to get potatoes today.
Hey nameless, sweet potatoes are LESS filling, and you put butter on them (or pan fry them in coconut oil.)
When you make beef, make beef curry.
Eat lots of fruit.
Eat watermellon, and really palatable foods.
Mashed potatoes is a much more rewarding texture than the whole baked potato.
Mashed butternutsquash... spicy beef/chicken flavors...
Like literally add sauce to all the things...
Scrambled eggs... cheese if you can handle it...
I hope that helps. Make sure you get your kettle bell swings in to raise your baseline.
+9001I need to get potatoes today.
Last edited by fpsjosh01; 04-16-2012 at 08:43 AM.
Since I often make food for Boyfriend as well, I'm a bit limited because he is not an adventurous eater. I loved making stuffed acorn squash with ground pork, but he doesn't like sweet foods (squash) with dinner. I could definitely do these things for my lunches (not skipping lunch would be the easiest way to get me to eat more!).
Beef curry is a good idea, I have not really experimented with curries before and I think Boyfriend would like them.
The key is to "sneak in" extra calories and trick your brain into eating a bit more.
I would even say that the rice flour breads (gasp) may be ok (as long as they are soft and have no wheat in them.)