-One bar green and blacks with a crapton of coffee - ate the bar PWO just to piss off my broscience preaching gym "buddy".
Going to have:
-Fish fillets baked with lemon and pepper with sweet potato fries in sauce.
-Something for dessert. Probably rice pudding, not sure.
A carrot and a cup of coffee.
A banana, 250g sweet tater and 100g chicken so far. Will need to inject some more fat in later, though. Body needs it's favourite fuel.
Probably some liver and scrambled eggs with butter, or some burgers with extra butter and a fried egg. Can-o-sardines for dinner, so I'm loading some kcals for lunch.
Perfection is entirely individual. Any philosophy or pursuit that encourages individuality has merit in that it frees people. Any that encourages shackles only has merit in that it shows you how wrong and desperate the human mind can get in its pursuit of truth.
I get blunter and more narcissistic by the day.
I'd apologize, but...
Smoked beef brisket and cabbage salad with mayonnaise dressing (no sugar
Blueberry, spinach smoothie made with kefir, coconut milk and a scoop of Tera's whey. Yum :-)
Lunch will be a BAS with chicken, dressed with lime, EVOO and sriracha.
Not sure abut dinner.
So, my dilemna is that I eat breakfast within the first hour of waking and then eat every 3-4 hours until bed time a balance of complete protein, carbs and fat. My problem arises with the fact that I really do not enjoy cooking and eating has always been something I have to do. Don't get me wrong, I enjoy eating food that others make but not so much otherwise. Because of this I find it difficult to stay on track because I get annoyed and bored with cooking. This can also mean that my carbs aren't always the highest of quality. I end up eating whatever is quick (too often a quick protein bar) because I don't want to make something even if I took the time on Sunday to prepare some things in advance. I know, I need to suck it up because it is important to my health but day in and day out I get in my own way. Anyone have any suggestions? I am open to someone telling me to get over it and just "do it!"
Vegetable smoothies are a quick way of getting nutrients into you.