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    What did you have for breakfast?

    Post what you eat for breakfast?

    Wake up - Whey Isolate 40g, Banana, 1 TBSP EVOO

    1 hour later - 5 eggs, 3 eggs white, 1 cup oats, live bio yoghart

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    12 - 15 egg whites, 2 yolks & 2 cups of oats.
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    8 bars of Reese's pieces.

    Kidding.

    4 slices of Ezekiel bread
    30g natty PB
    Whey!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mini-G View Post
    8 bars of Reese's pieces.

    Kidding.

    4 slices of Ezekiel bread
    30g natty PB
    Whey!
    What Whey do you use Mini-G?

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    Nothing...I.F.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mini-G View Post
    8 bars of Reese's pieces.

    Kidding.

    4 slices of Ezekiel bread
    30g natty PB
    Whey!
    Are you bulking? That would be my carb intake for the day (if i could stick to it).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Link View Post
    Are you bulking? That would be my carb intake for the day (if i could stick to it).
    Buddy... That's like 60 grams of carbs from the bread. If 60 grams is your daily intake I suggest re-calculating your diet based on LBM, properly.

    I'm going to edit this to elaborate and question...,
    First off- was that a joke about the Reese's or were you being serious about 60g of carbs your daily bulking intake? Secondly... Are you 4ft 5" 100lbs LBM cuz that's the only way I could see 60g of protein being enough and even then.

    I effectively lose weight eating 250-300g carbs daily, matched by protein.
    Last edited by Mini-G; 04-17-2013 at 10:02 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Admin View Post
    What Whey do you use Mini-G?
    All about Gold Standard

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mini-G View Post
    Buddy... That's like 60 grams of carbs from the bread. If 60 grams is your daily intake I suggest re-calculating your diet based on LBM, properly.

    I'm going to edit this to elaborate and question...,
    First off- was that a joke about the Reese's or were you being serious about 60g of carbs your daily bulking intake? Secondly... Are you 4ft 5" 100lbs LBM cuz that's the only way I could see 60g of protein being enough and even then.

    I effectively lose weight eating 250-300g carbs daily, matched by protein.
    I have been trying to keep my carbs under 100g per day on light and off days. Emphasis on the TRYING!
    No I'm 6' 240ish....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Link View Post
    I have been trying to keep my carbs under 100g per day on light and off days. Emphasis on the TRYING!
    No I'm 6' 240ish....
    Unless 'trying' means failing and eating and extra 2-3 hundred I don't understand why???... Are you a mass monster? Or low BF? Ripped? Or on ALOT of AAS to sustain all that without carbs?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mini-G View Post
    Unless 'trying' means failing and eating and extra 2-3 hundred I don't understand why???... Are you a mass monster? Or low BF? Ripped? Or on ALOT of AAS to sustain all that without carbs?
    I run about 20-22% and by trying I mean I try to keep them under 100 to drop BF QUICK but your self proclaimed chocolate love is like my love of carbs lol.

    I few that know me here know that diet is my Achilles Heal.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Link View Post
    I run about 20-22% and by trying I mean I try to keep them under 100 to drop BF QUICK but your self proclaimed chocolate love is like my love of carbs lol.

    I few that know me here know that diet is my Achilles Heal.
    Ahhhh hahaha. I'm just trying to understand how that works. For sure you'll drop BF really fast but at what cost? Too me muscle retention is far more important than a hard diet. Slow and steady man.. Can't lose mass because you hate dieting.. Mass is too hard to gain and too easy to lose. (That'a how I see it) I'm not preaching though, to each his own!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mini-G View Post
    8 bars of Reese's pieces.

    Kidding.

    4 slices of Ezekiel bread
    30g natty PB
    Whey!
    I'm really wanting to try Ezekiel Bread but no one cares locally. Is there really that big a difference in it and regular whole wheat/grains? Can you tell a significant difference? Thanks Mini-G!

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    Quote Originally Posted by OdinsOtherSon View Post
    I'm really wanting to try Ezekiel Bread but no one cares locally. Is there really that big a difference in it and regular whole wheat/grains? Can you tell a significant difference? Thanks Mini-G!
    It's phenomenal! Such a clean carb IMO. I mean... For bread lovers like myself anyway. It's made with beans and lentils and well.. Check nutritional info on lentils and such. It's worth it tho, really.... That's an issue with me is having a variety. If I don't I get bored and eat chocolate so mixing up my carb sources is a win win !

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mini-G View Post
    Ahhhh hahaha. I'm just trying to understand how that works. For sure you'll drop BF really fast but at what cost? Too me muscle retention is far more important than a hard diet. Slow and steady man.. Can't lose mass because you hate dieting.. Mass is too hard to gain and too easy to lose. (That'a how I see it) I'm not preaching though, to each his own!!
    Muscle tissue is easy for me to gain and I take precautions to conserve it during large deficiencies

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mini-G View Post
    It's phenomenal! Such a clean carb IMO. I mean... For bread lovers like myself anyway. It's made with beans and lentils and well.. Check nutritional info on lentils and such. It's worth it tho, really.... That's an issue with me is having a variety. If I don't I get bored and eat chocolate so mixing up my carb sources is a win win !
    I agree...found the stuff a few months ago and sing the praises. Gram for gram it;s better than oats and brn rice...and great for bread lovers (like me)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Link View Post
    I agree...found the stuff a few months ago and sing the praises. Gram for gram it;s better than oats and brn rice...and great for bread lovers (like me)
    One downfall

    Takes up freezer room.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mini-G View Post
    One downfall

    Takes up freezer room.
    It doesnt store long as there are no preservatives. It can get moldy in a week

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mini-G View Post
    It's phenomenal! Such a clean carb IMO. I mean... For bread lovers like myself anyway. It's made with beans and lentils and well.. Check nutritional info on lentils and such. It's worth it tho, really.... That's an issue with me is having a variety. If I don't I get bored and eat chocolate so mixing up my carb sources is a win win !
    Oh yeah! Beans and lentils, heck yes! Now I'm getting it. Man that really opens the door back up for "bread" again! I guess I need to just order it online since I can't get it locally. Thanks man!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mini-G View Post
    One downfall

    Takes up freezer room.
    Quote Originally Posted by Link View Post
    It doesnt store long as there are no preservatives. It can get moldy in a week
    Ah, I see. Thanks guys. Yeah, I'm a bread lover but it doesn't love me back. I'm definitely going to have to give this stuff a whirl.

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    10 Egg whites 2 yolks 16 oz glass of orange juice and 1 Ezekiel muffin.

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    Hi All,
    Like to share importance of breakfast here.
    Breakfast boost our metabolism so helps in losing and maintaining body weight. Breakfast gives essential nutrients needed daily for physical activities and improve pur immunity system. Breakfast lower cholesterol, reduce high blood pressure and reduces the risk of heart disease, obesity and diabetes.

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    Had 3 egg white fritatas (aprox 3 egg whites each) with some baked diced potatoes today.

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    Quote Originally Posted by whitestone View Post
    "OdinsOtherSon" I don't know how much you are sincere with your health or you have something more special and different in your mind regarding your health..
    But I start my every day with the help of Yogurt, Milk, and Soymilk.. It's very healthy breakfast for me..
    I think..
    Dairy is healty, but depending on physique goals, it can be aweful. Lactose is a major factor in that "stubborn" fat around the abs. For most, that's the most difficult part to shed and dairy sticks there. Most all, if not all national level BBers and even amateurs cut out all dairy for precontest prep. Water, green tea, and coffee is the best for "ripping up". But I'm with you, I love the milk. 2% please!

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    In morning my routine is to take banana juice and 8 to 10 white part of egg only avoiding yolk. this is my daily routine.

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    2 boiled eggs - 170 cals - 0 c - 14 p - 12 f
    1/2 cup egg whites - 85 cals - 0 c - 20 p - 0 f
    1/4 cup oats - 75 cals - 14 c - 2 p - 1 f
    1/2 scoop chocolate whey - 70 cals - 1 c - 15 p - 1 f

    total
    400 cals - 15 c - 51 p - 14 f

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    Hi Admin,
    I had a chicken breast with a cup of steamed brown rice and raw food salad bowl in breakfast. To maintain my body weight I am having diet meals with regular exercises.

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    8 egg whites and diced potatoes

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    1 scoop of chocolate whey and 120g oats, my favorite.

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    wake up 25g pro shake, coffee
    12 egg whites 2 yokes 2 cups plain steel cut oats used to be milk but now no milk...
    then 50g pwo shake with separate creatine shake
    after that my food choice varies throughout the day. still eating half red half white meat. and rice/pasta/potatoes with all meals and starting now to eat more green veggies for carbs towards bedtime...

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