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  1. WitnessTheFitness

    Cheap, Delicious High Protein Meals

    Eating on a budget doesn't mean having to sacrifice nutrition or taste. Let's share workout meals that are good for the body, and the wallet. After reading Josh's posts about buckwheat here, I've been eating tons of it, usually as a stir fry. Complete protein, tons of fiber, extremely high amino acid score, and it's cheap and tasty. http://www.happivore.com/recipe/buckwheat-stir-fry/ Been making a lot of Indian dishes too, with lentils, chickpeas and split peas. Super flavorful, and can make a large meal with 100g of protein for only a few bucks.
  2. Afiya Zia

    Fruit?

    I eat fruit pretty much daily (anywhere from 1-4 servings), but I have come across plenty of information on various websites (mainly bodybuilding ) that state that fruit should be avoided due to the fructose it contains. I understand that our liver can safely house up to 100g fructose, so I should be good eating as much fruit as I do, right? I'll generally eat apples, bananas, pears, watermelon and berries, and occasionally more exotic fruit. In Pakistan (where I live for 9 months of the year), I eat fruit seasonally, so guava, mangoes, melon, apples, pear, oranges, strawberries. I like to think that fruit is an important part of my diet, because it gives me quick energy for sports, and because I have a bit of a sweet tooth so I minimise cravings. I also heard that fruit should never be eaten with a meal, because it will ferment in the body? Sounds a bit weird to me, but I dunno.. I eat pretty clean in general. My diet is pretty balanced in terms of ratios, but I'm probably a bit low on fats. I currently have a small meal every 2-4 hours, containing 15-30g protein and a serving of veggies (V8 is my secret weapon!) I'm a very active person, currently running and playing soccer in addition to Foundation.
  3. Afiya Zia

    Fruit?

    I eat fruit pretty much daily (anywhere from 1-4 servings), but I have come across plenty of information on various websites (mainly bodybuilding ) that state that fruit should be avoided due to the fructose it contains. I understand that our liver can safely house up to 100g fructose, so I should be good eating as much fruit as I do, right? I'll generally eat apples, bananas, pears, watermelon and berries, and occasionally more exotic fruit. In Pakistan (where I live for 9 months of the year), I eat fruit seasonally, so guava, mangoes, melon, apples, pear, oranges, strawberries. I like to think that fruit is an important part of my diet, because it gives me quick energy for sports, and because I have a bit of a sweet tooth so I minimise cravings. I also heard that fruit should never be eaten with a meal, because it will ferment in the body? Sounds a bit weird to me, but I dunno.. I eat pretty clean in general. My diet is pretty balanced in terms of ratios, but I'm probably a bit low on fats. I currently have a small meal every 2-4 hours, containing 15-30g protein and a serving of veggies (V8 is my secret weapon!) I'm a very active person, currently running and playing soccer in addition to Foundation.
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