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Generally, whats your daily diet look like?

Answered on October 28, 2014
Created February 27, 2011 at 9:00 PM

Hey! I have been eating "paleo" for about 6 months now. I am a cross-training athlete as well as a personal trainer. I tend to be quite methodical when it comes to my eating. Ya know, "food for function, not for fun." I am curious as to other peoples approach to eating paleo. Please specify your level of activity, as well. Thanks!

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on August 19, 2011
at 06:00 AM

Nice details in your answer!

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on August 19, 2011
at 05:54 AM

Lots of great sounding food!

B61f6513a155cd874b42efdad55312f6

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on February 28, 2011
at 05:30 PM

so, you guys are eating at least 3 pounds of meat per day!? I'm trying to reduce my consumption to around 1lb, but I usually end up eating a little more than that. I don't know how you'd be able to afford 3x that, unless you're just eating meat and not much else.

7e746be2f0e550a8cd7df881322ae705

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on February 28, 2011
at 04:19 PM

Thanks akd! It took a lot (A LOT) of trial and error. I always say I probably lost 500lbs with all the gaining/losing I did for awhile.

Aead76beb5fc7b762a6b4ddc234f6051

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on February 28, 2011
at 04:12 PM

i love how in tune you are with yourself and what your body and mind requires to stay healthy. <3

3c04e97f68c270d7a03861e2daf75f68

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on February 28, 2011
at 01:59 PM

I like it, breakfast as something to do while you wait for your coffee ;)

3c04e97f68c270d7a03861e2daf75f68

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on February 28, 2011
at 01:56 PM

I'd definitely go through a pound in a meal too and I only exercise 3-4 days a week.

B61f6513a155cd874b42efdad55312f6

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on February 28, 2011
at 01:45 PM

i forgot to mention the 5 eggs...

B61f6513a155cd874b42efdad55312f6

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on February 28, 2011
at 01:32 PM

for some reason I have two accounts...anyway, you'd devour 1.5 lbs of ground meat, a head of both broccoli and cauliflower and a bag of spinach in one meal??? I do not envy your wallet my friend.

2afe070b43de645b908b3cb1f4723811

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on February 28, 2011
at 01:00 PM

I usually have powdered green tea like matcha. It's extra strong and the cream takes the edge off a bit, like it would with coffee.

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on February 28, 2011
at 06:37 AM

I would have considered myself a hard gainer but have put on twelve pounds the last two months with light resistance training.

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on February 28, 2011
at 05:05 AM

Would it be possible for you to elaborate on activating UCP1, I did a search on it but is a bit over my head.

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on February 28, 2011
at 03:04 AM

I would devour that in half an hour. There is no way that would last me 5 days.

7e746be2f0e550a8cd7df881322ae705

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on February 28, 2011
at 01:45 AM

Yep, Mari. I can fast, but it has to be planned and I have to know when I'm going to eat again. I've never gone longer than 24 hours. I use it to kind of reset once in awhile. The first meal has to be planned, like all my meals are, so it doesn't turn into a restrict/binge cycle. This has all taken a lot of work to figure out. I used to fast to punish myself for bad choices. I've learned better now and try to make sure when I do fast that it is for the right reasons for me.

Cab7e4ef73c5d7d7a77e1c3d7f5773a1

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on February 27, 2011
at 11:44 PM

Just curious, but have you tried IF? Although I could see why you'd wait too.

Ceda025d1f349bc43be115a5f9199fb1

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on February 27, 2011
at 11:43 PM

Shows how diet plans need to be individualized...

Ab0369a70755bd07f44292b4ca8b2260

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on February 27, 2011
at 11:23 PM

No real veggies and no nuts or seeds. If I eat veggies it's less than a cup a day. I leave it up to what I want. I put on more muscle than I would like.

186b8011a1572ec5b3ac68f5a7a72d2d

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on February 27, 2011
at 10:42 PM

Green tea with cream, really? I've never come across that before - are you using some special recipe or leaves?

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on February 27, 2011
at 09:12 PM

No veggies, Rebecca? Avocados? Nuts/seeds? Do you get that breakfast in that "post-workout window" or whenever? Have you noticed that you've lost any muscle mass?

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Aead76beb5fc7b762a6b4ddc234f6051

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on February 27, 2011
at 09:35 PM

generally, i have coffee with a splash of heavy cream when i wake up. if i go to the gym, its in the late morning, and im home by 10:30 or so. i do two days of a cross training boot camp class, and one day of either spinning, tabata or HIITs, or weight training.

sometime between 11-2 i have my first food and its usually 2-3 eggs cooked in coconut oil i eat them with veggies or smoked salmon and blueberries. if im feeling peckish in the later afternoon ill have some leftovers or make a "dump truck salad" that contains some combination of veggies, meat or eggs and fat. today it was a spinach muffin (mix some eggs, frozen spinach, spices maybe a dash of cream and pour into muffin tins- bake and they freeze well and are handy snacks).

dinner is meat, veggies and fat. endless combinations. i normally start dinner while my kiddos are eating and then my husband and i have dinner after they are in bed around 7pm. last night i made carnitas over citrus-red cabbage slaw. the night before that was beef stroganoff over roasted cauliflower. tonight is chicken soup. other usual suspects are coconut shrimp curry, duck breast and sauteed mushrooms, carne asada, beef stew....you get the idea.

after dinner i like a big mug of ginger tea, maybe a square of dark chocolate, and im done for the day around 8pm. i am a woman trying to lose weight, which has been slow as hell (15 pounds in 4 months, but nothing in the last month), but im gaining quite a bit of muscle and feel great. im also managing an autoimmune disease (multiple sclerosis). hope that helps?

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on August 19, 2011
at 05:54 AM

Lots of great sounding food!

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7e746be2f0e550a8cd7df881322ae705

on February 27, 2011
at 11:40 PM

I am a reduced obese (lost 111 lbs), recovering binge eater, so my approach to Paleo is somewhat different. I find I need to eat every 3 hours or so, mentally, because if I get too hungry then I make bad choices.

I crossfit 3x a week and then usually one day a week of something else, 5k/bootcamp/kickboxing/whatever. I do my exercise first thing in the morning, so it's always fasted.

7/8am - Breakfast is 2 eggs + sausage or bacon in a variety of ways. Last week it was egg salad, the week before egg muffins, this week I was lazy, it will be hard boiled eggs.

10/11am - Snack of trail mix or fruit/veggie sometimes almond butter

12/1pm - Lunch of a meal item I made for the week. This week I either have carnitas w/paleo bbq sauce + roasted sweet potatoes or chicken thighs fried in coconut oil + butternut squash. Last week was paleo meatloaf muffins + fried zucchini sometimes I make a soup or stew for the week.

2pm - Snack of trail mix or fruit/veggie sometimes almond butter

5pm - If we are eating dinner early this is dinner, if we are eating dinner late this is a snack. Some weeks I make "Paleo" desserts and sometimes it's just 2 squares of dark chocolate.

8pm - Dinner or snack. Dinners are usually 6oz of meat + 1 cup of veggies and lots of butter or coconut oil

I've been lectured before on how un-Paleo this system is. I also have learned what works for my body. If I increase fat and/or calories for breakfast, I still need to eat at 10am, so then I overeat and gain weight. My hunger/satiety meter is broken. Maybe sometime it will be fixed. In the meantime, I go with what works for me.

Aead76beb5fc7b762a6b4ddc234f6051

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on February 28, 2011
at 04:12 PM

i love how in tune you are with yourself and what your body and mind requires to stay healthy. <3

Ceda025d1f349bc43be115a5f9199fb1

(501)

on February 27, 2011
at 11:43 PM

Shows how diet plans need to be individualized...

Cab7e4ef73c5d7d7a77e1c3d7f5773a1

(7314)

on February 27, 2011
at 11:44 PM

Just curious, but have you tried IF? Although I could see why you'd wait too.

7e746be2f0e550a8cd7df881322ae705

(18701)

on February 28, 2011
at 01:45 AM

Yep, Mari. I can fast, but it has to be planned and I have to know when I'm going to eat again. I've never gone longer than 24 hours. I use it to kind of reset once in awhile. The first meal has to be planned, like all my meals are, so it doesn't turn into a restrict/binge cycle. This has all taken a lot of work to figure out. I used to fast to punish myself for bad choices. I've learned better now and try to make sure when I do fast that it is for the right reasons for me.

7e746be2f0e550a8cd7df881322ae705

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on February 28, 2011
at 04:19 PM

Thanks akd! It took a lot (A LOT) of trial and error. I always say I probably lost 500lbs with all the gaining/losing I did for awhile.

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on February 28, 2011
at 07:14 PM

I've been doing three meals lately:

Breakfast is coffee with heavy cream, 3-4 eggs, a cup or so of berries with lots of heavy cream.

Lunch (packed and eaten at work usually) is a green salad with lots of protein on top (fish or meat, cheese, hardboiled egg) and EVOO dressing, or leftovers from dinner the night before.

dinner is always starch (white potato is my fave), meat or fish, and 1 or 2 veg. There are thousands of delicious recipes to accomplish this with, but if my BF isn't eating with me (he likes sauces and tons of flavor) I usually keep it quick and very simple; flesh and veg sauteed in a pan with extra fat, and potatoes boiled and mashed with tons of butter and cream.

I need to eat a lot of calories, obviously. And do. :)

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on February 28, 2011
at 10:29 AM

I've been eating this way for 4+ years. It's been eggs, meat, fat and veggies as the mainstay, and other additions varying as my "research" progresses and home circumstances change. During that time my two kids graduated from high school and left for college, so that simplified food routines greatly. And at the moment my spouse is deployed, so my food routines have become quite simple. A few weeks ago I started an 8/16 IF routine, which I really like because I only have to prepare food twice a day! One meal is almost always 2 eggs, usually scrambled to better soak up lots of coconut oil, butter, or lard. With that I will have some vegetables cooked in fat and or some bacon, or sometimes cheese. The second meal is meat and vegetables. I have a quarter cow in the freezer, so I eat a lot of beef. I particularly like to cook up the hamburger meat (it's really tasty), and just add the vegetables and maybe some extra fat right in. I don't want to lose weight, so I occasionally plug what I'm eating into fitday, and I tend to average about 2500 calories. Try to eat fish twice a week but don't always make it. Never been a big fruit eater, but I might have 3 servings a week. Heavy cream in morning coffee. A bit of 85-90 percent chocolate almost daily. On and off on nuts. Mostly off. They just don't make me feel good. My exercise routines have varied over the years. Used to be a runner, but my partner, an 11 year old German Shepard, makes it clear he prefers to walk these days, so that's what we do. At least four miles a day, sometimes up to eight on weekends. Strength train 3x a week for about an hour. Used to go to the gym a lot, but right now I'm into body weight exercises. Love my new portable pull up bar! Been doing the once a week sprint thing, when its not icy outside. Also love to golf, and I walk a hilly course carrying my bag, which contrary to popular opinion is excellent exercise.

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on August 19, 2011
at 06:00 AM

Nice details in your answer!

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on February 28, 2011
at 01:35 AM

Breakfast: Eggs (hard cooked or in an omelette) or spaghetti squash w/butter and leftover meat. Sometimes leftovers. Berries or melon.

Lunch: Sometimes a BAS (big axxed salad) or other leftover meat/veggie combos. I'm not a big fan of salads so it's hard to force myself to eat all that lettuce sometimes. Plus, since I found out all the commercial salad dressings are full of nasty seed oils, I have even less incentive to eat them. I'm going to try to make my own mayo soon so I can make my own ranch too. But I don't have a lot of free time, so I don't know if I can do that on a regular basis. (I also hate "oil and vinegar" dressings) Maybe a plum or a peach.

Dinner: Meat/fish/veggies. Sounds boring, but the all the fat (yay fat!) makes them so wonderful and I'm trying to branch out on my cooking techniques.

What's nice is that I don't seem to need in between meal snacks anymore.

Fitness: Body weight exercises from the You Are Your Own Gym book 4 x week for 30 mins. Moderately brisk 30-60 minute walks three times a week. I try to fit a sprint session on the elliptical machine in once a week, but I don't always have time/energy.

In the evenings I'll have Earl Grey tea with cream and cinnamon if I need a few more calories or if I need a bedtime comfort.

I feel more satisfied and nourished BY FAR than I ever have in my 45 years on this crazy planet. I'm feeling like Human 2.0

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on October 28, 2014
at 02:15 PM

are any of you loosing weight?

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on February 28, 2011
at 07:26 AM

I love food, and my meals tend to highlight the flavors of the season. A common winter day involves:

Breakfast Hash: Kale (at least 2cups) chopped and sauteed with meat (sausage, leftover steak, whatever's on hand) once the kale has changed color, I clear out a spot in the pan for an egg. Finely diced sweet potato is a tasty addition. The kale gets chopped early in the week, and diced, raw, sweet potato stores well in the freezer, so I just throw everything in the pan while I wait for my coffee.

Lunch Green curry: highly adaptable, simply sautee a mixture of vegetables, your choice of meat, then mix in a big spoonful of green curry paste, and a can of coconut milk. When you can find them, it's excellent with a stalk of lemongrass, kefir lime leaves, or curry leaves.

Dinner: Paleohack Chili, spinach with anything, Broccoli Beef, Salsa Verde with pork loin from a pig we raised, big salad, chicken curry salad, there's just so much! Chard enchiladas, sweet potato shepards pie.

Snack: Evil, but long lasting energy boost from dried figs dredged through almond butter.

I do slip up, on days when I forgot my lunch, and a gluten free, dairy free cupcake (with delicious frosting!) is .75 cents.....

Lots of heavy lifting at my job, with deep water aerobics, 4 mile dog hikes, dance party :)

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on February 28, 2011
at 01:59 PM

I like it, breakfast as something to do while you wait for your coffee ;)

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on February 28, 2011
at 05:14 AM

Breakfast 4 times week (3 times fasted into workout) - 4 pieces bacon, 3 eggs scrambled in bacon fat.

Lunch - Big Ass Salad, Mark Sisson style.

Dinner - Large piece of meat, loads of roasted veggies.

Night time - little dark chocolate, maybe some almond butter before bed.
Natural Calm.
6000 IU VitD, Fish Oil, Vit C.

Other snacks: jerky, BCAA with coconut water before workouts.

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on February 28, 2011
at 03:03 AM

I like to keep it simple during the week and spice it up on the weekends. 2 meals a day. Lunch and dinner. Lunch at 2PM, Dinner at 9PM. Lunch salad with low carb/starch veggies - cucumber, zucchini, broccoli, spinach, kale, radishes, cabbage, avocado with protein and fat - homemade grass fed butter burger, coconut oil pan fried chicken, lard sauteed salmon, or any combo.

Dinner: scrambled eggs w/mushrooms, butter, bacon, sausage, beef, lamb. Or just saute meat and veggies.

Keep a cupboard stocked with spices, buy different herbs, mix and match, experiment and keep it simple so I don't spend hours in the kitchen.

Try to keep my meats primarily ruminant based, not too much pig and focus on grass fed and wild, rather than farm raised fish.

Desert I love, frozen berries mixed with good ol'cream -mmmmm

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on February 28, 2011
at 12:13 AM

My diet/hunger/exercise fluctuates quite a bit with the seasons, but as it is now (winter):

I dance 3 times a week and have class/rehearsal (both very active) from 9-2/230-630 (respectively), 6 days a week. I usually skip breakfast, and drink lots of tea, sometimes kombucha, until 2pm. Then, between 2 and 8 I'll either eat one big meal, or two medium meals, primarily made of meat- gf beef, deer, salmon, liver, mackerel etc, with lots of coconut oil, some vinegar, spices, etc. Sometimes I'll add some greens in. I also drink a lot of seltzer.

If I eat anything else during the day (nuts, chocolate, eggs), it's generally out of emotional comfort and not hunger... But I allow these things occasionally and try to make good choices.

During the Summer I'm not in class, but I run, and generally eat smaller portions.

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on February 28, 2011
at 12:00 AM

I olympic lift 5 days a week and use kettlebells and run sprints 3 times a week. Use ice based technologies to activate UCP1 4 times a week. I eat three meals a day all paleo and only eat organic and grass fed. Most fish is seabass and chilean and seafood wild from gulf. I eat a ton of buffalo and avg about 8 oz of red wine a week. Body fat is below ten percent. I do occassional IF about twice a month.

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on February 28, 2011
at 05:05 AM

Would it be possible for you to elaborate on activating UCP1, I did a search on it but is a bit over my head.

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B61f6513a155cd874b42efdad55312f6

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on February 27, 2011
at 11:22 PM

I make an all week breakfast. It's a scramble, I cook some veggies, recently it's been broccoli/cauliflower/onions, throw in 1.5lbs of ground turkey/chicken/pork/beef, let it brown, add spinach, let it cook down, and then toss in 4-5 eggs. I can nuke a bit of that every morning, lasts 5 days. For lunch I almost always eat the previous evenings leftovers.

In between meals if I'm hungry, I'll have some fruit, but my main meals are meat and veggies. I exercise between 5-7 days a week, and initially this diet was a drain on my energy since I was shifting from carb/sugar to fat for energy. I feel, that for myself, this is the easiest way to do things. I sometimes make a meal for 4 so that it'll last me a few days, since cooking every day twice a day would get a little cumbersome. Only issue is that I have to make sure I think ahead to make breakfast Sunday night, and that I have to make sure I make enough food for at least dinner and lunch.

B61f6513a155cd874b42efdad55312f6

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on February 28, 2011
at 01:32 PM

for some reason I have two accounts...anyway, you'd devour 1.5 lbs of ground meat, a head of both broccoli and cauliflower and a bag of spinach in one meal??? I do not envy your wallet my friend.

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on February 28, 2011
at 01:56 PM

I'd definitely go through a pound in a meal too and I only exercise 3-4 days a week.

B61f6513a155cd874b42efdad55312f6

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on February 28, 2011
at 01:45 PM

i forgot to mention the 5 eggs...

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on February 28, 2011
at 03:04 AM

I would devour that in half an hour. There is no way that would last me 5 days.

B61f6513a155cd874b42efdad55312f6

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on February 28, 2011
at 05:30 PM

so, you guys are eating at least 3 pounds of meat per day!? I'm trying to reduce my consumption to around 1lb, but I usually end up eating a little more than that. I don't know how you'd be able to afford 3x that, unless you're just eating meat and not much else.

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on February 27, 2011
at 11:12 PM

I work out 4 or 5 days a week- I do some crossfit-esque stuff, (but am working on the intensity part) sometimes yoga (Bikram is my fave style, but their nearest studios are 1.5 hrs away), sometimes I'll jog a mile or 2 or do intervals.

I typically eat a two-egg omelette (with a little cheese and spinach or arugula)with a few pieces of bacon for breakfast, and a coffee with grassfed heavy cream, a packet of truvia, and some cinnamon. Lunch is usually leftover dinner. I have an afternoon snack a couple times a week- some apple slices with a little almond butter, a larabar, or some macadamias. Dinner is meat and veggies (often chicken thighs, grassfed steak, or bison burger, a lot of roasted broccoli florets, brussels sprouts, etc.) and sometimes some roasted sweet potatoes or sauteed purple potatoes. I usually avoid desserts, but I've been experimenting with homemade ice creams, and the results have been delicious! :)

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on February 27, 2011
at 10:23 PM

I workout 3 days a week. I do about 20 minutes of yoga first and then heavy lifting (deadlifts, squats, overhead press...) 2 days, and the 3rd day i do some lighter stuff like push ups, pull ups, burpees... I also hike and ride mountain bike at least once a week. Breakfast after a heavy lifting workout around 10am: egg omelette cooked in bacon fat or ghee with beet greens and onions inside. sometimes i also add some deer sausage to the mix. and some steamed broccoli or sweet potato. Lunch: big salad with fish (sardines, salmon or tuna) or left over chicken or steak and maybe a few nuts. Dinner: usually deer meat (ground burger or steak) or turkey, some veggies (usually steamed) covered in ghee and a handfull of berries.

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on February 27, 2011
at 09:58 PM

I'm pretty simple.

Breakfast is either eggs cooked in copious amounts of coconut oil and/or butter, a can of sardines, leftover meat from last night's dinner, or a nice glass of coconut milk. Usually with veggies or fruit. Basically, delicious breakfasts of fattiness.

For lunch, I usually go the Mark Sisson route and have a big-ass salad of whatever I have in my fridge.

I'll usually have a snack of macadamia nuts, dark chocolate, berries, cheese, puffed rice (I've actually been doing the puffed rice thing for a while). Any combination of those tasty snacks.

Dinner is pretty much always a massive hunk of meat. Mmm. With veggies, and usually a sweet potato.

Sprints once a week, pushups/pullups/planks twice a week, and much much walking throughout the week. Probably gonna throw in some heavy lifting eventually. I consider myself a "hardgainer", so I tend to hover around 100-150g carbs a day, from bananas, berries, sweet potatoes, white rice, etc.

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on February 28, 2011
at 06:37 AM

I would have considered myself a hard gainer but have put on twelve pounds the last two months with light resistance training.

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on February 27, 2011
at 09:52 PM

Breakfast: sometimes nothing, sometimes poached eggs.

Usually mackerel and steamed veg (spinach, brocolli, common) for lunch after a workout.

Dinner usually a steak, beef burger, game or liver, with some more veg - or some kind of stew, buffalo popular with me.

Sometimes for a snack, a banana (1 piece of fruit a day limit) with cream or yoghurt or coconut. Or something involving rich cheese like goats cheese or feta. Usually towards the end of the day.

Only drink green tea as caffeine source, with full cream, no milk.

Workout twice a day (medium intensity, some martial arts), just before dinner and lunch.

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on February 28, 2011
at 01:00 PM

I usually have powdered green tea like matcha. It's extra strong and the cream takes the edge off a bit, like it would with coffee.

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on February 27, 2011
at 10:42 PM

Green tea with cream, really? I've never come across that before - are you using some special recipe or leaves?

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on February 27, 2011
at 09:51 PM

I have a pretty high activity level. I play tennis 3+ hours a day, and 0-2 hours of fitness.

I eat either potatoes or sweet potatoes fried in tallow, ghee, or coco oil most mornings. I also have a meal with meat and tons of one vegetable. I usually also have something else too like a banana, dark chocolate, yogurt, berries and cream, but not always. All fructose is first meal of the day though. I eat about 2000 to 3000 calories a day generally.

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on February 27, 2011
at 09:05 PM

I Crossfit 5-6 days a week and add running. I eat when I'm hungry. I usually don't eat in the am, workout and then after working out eat bacon and eggs or sausage and eggs. Later in the day is usually a protein, sometimes I'll make soup...and that's about it. I've recently started adding more coconut oil, just eating it. I'm rarely hungry, have a lot of energy and have gotten a lot stronger and had better stamina since starting Paleo.

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on February 27, 2011
at 09:12 PM

No veggies, Rebecca? Avocados? Nuts/seeds? Do you get that breakfast in that "post-workout window" or whenever? Have you noticed that you've lost any muscle mass?

Ab0369a70755bd07f44292b4ca8b2260

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on February 27, 2011
at 11:23 PM

No real veggies and no nuts or seeds. If I eat veggies it's less than a cup a day. I leave it up to what I want. I put on more muscle than I would like.

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