Nutrition


NUTRITION AND MEAL PREP VLOG

Next Vlog is here!

This one just goes through how I prep my meals and also what I’m eating, I did this one because I believe meal prep really is the key to success when dieting.. it keeps you on track and makes things so much easier throughout the day.

Here is my BULKING Diet:

Meal 1 (7am) – 50g Dried oats, 5 whole eggs
Meal 2 (10am) – 200g Vegies, 200g Chicken or Tuna
Meal 3 (1pm) – 150g Kumara or Rice, 200g Vegies, 200g Chicken or Tuna
Meal 4 (4pm) – 150g Kumara or Rice, 200g Vegies, 200g Chicken or Tuna
Meal 5 (7pm) – 150g Kumara or Rice, 200g Vegies, 200g Chicken or Tuna
Meal 6 (8.30) – 50g Dried oats, Whey Protein (1 scoop)
Meal 7 (9.30) – Rice, 200g Vegies, 200g of a meat (chicken, beef, lamb, pork etc)

To compare my off season to my on season here is my cutting diet, remember though.. I ease myself into this diet, this allows me to monitor how my body is reacting and make little changes when I need to.

Meal 1 (7am) – 5 whole eggs
Meal 2 (10am) – 200g Vegies, 200g Chicken or Tuna
Meal 3 (1pm) – 200g Vegies, 200g Chicken or Tuna
Meal 4 (4pm) – 200g Vegies, 200g Chicken or Tuna
Meal 5 (7pm) – 150g Kumara or Rice, 200g Vegies, 200g Chicken or Tuna
Meal 6 (8.30) – 50g Dried oats, Whey Protein (1 scoop)
Meal 7 (9.30) – 200g Vegies, 200g of a meat (chicken, beef, lamb, pork etc)

My meal plan will fluctuate depending on how my body is responding, this is just a guide line that I use, an example of a change is having beef as the protein source in my meals. I would generally do this for a few days if I’m feeling flat. I will also snack on fruit to try and curve my sugar cravings.

Also you might be wondering why my meals are all the same.. it comes down to its easy to prep.. i can cook in bulk and get everything cooked for the week (or atleast the first few days of the week) and then i dont have to worry about it. I work full time and im at uni so it really just comes down to convenience.

I’m – @jordzmetcalfe
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HealthyPete

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