RK19 wrote:ideas for meals:
example of my typical day:
meal 1# bannanna, cereal(cheerios/weetabix) then some scrambled eggs.
meal 2# apple, 150-200g lean mince
meal3# 150g chicken breast,with veg(broccoli,cauliflower),yogurt.
meal 4# tuna sandwiches on wholegrain bread
meal 5#dinner,usually meat with veg.
meal 6# lean beef burgers or lean beef sausages with veg.
as for training, full body workouts 3x a week. i also get my whey protein from discountsupplements.com 5kg of whey protein isolate for Â£45 which will last you months.
RK19 wrote:your 154g of protein would be coming from the food you eat throughout the day not solely the shake (which you should only have after your workout, and maybe at breakfast.) its really not that hard to eat that much protein when you think about it, your average chicken breast will have around 30g protein in it which is all the protein you would need for a typical meal if spread out over 5 or 6 meals,you following me? throw in some veg with that chicken and youve got a meal which isnt huge but is all you need.
an egg has around 7ish grams of protein- 3 scrambled eggs with beans and wholegrain toast, thats another meal with your 30 odd grams of protein in it. simple eh? and you cant get cheaper than bread, eggs and beans!
it really isnt rocket science, just a little planning is needed.
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