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heyisfurwhoresez asked: Hey, I was losing weight like crazy, but I've plateaued now that I am nearing the end of my weight-loss journey. I work out every day, but I don't know what to eat. I know you posted a lot of dietary tips recently, but do you possibly have ANY more food/meal suggestions? I'm going to buy quinoa and lentil today.
A normal day for me:
Breakfast – 4 eggs, scrambled (just 1 yolk if you’re feeling hardcore). 1 cup of oats cooked stovetop w/ mashed banana (for sweetness/flavor), frozen blueberries, and cinnamon.
Lunch – I often make a sauce/paste consisting of sautéed shallots, garlic, green peppers, mushrooms (or any of your fav spices). Then usually add a teaspoon of bean dip mixed with a little water. Combine that with baked chicken and sautéed kale.
Dinner - Varies… but I work at a bar and usually cook lunch and dinner b4 I leave the house, so lately I just have a vegetable medley (edamame, red peppers, corn) mixed with a spoonful or two of pineapple salsa.
I also take protein supplements after each workout.
If you’re on instagram, you should follow Mankofit she has Excellent dietary tips. I look up to that chick.
dbaebae asked: Hey, I just wanted to ask you if you could share your workout routine/eating habits with me? I really want to get in shape and it would be great if you could help give me some tips. Thanks!
Yea sure! It’s obviously a delicate balance between eating clean and working out regularly. To give the short and sweet of it, I workout 4-5 days a week (focusing on isolated muscle groups each day – heavy lifting followed by light super sets). The harder part is the diet portion. It all depends on your personal goals, but mine are staying as lean as possible and building muscle. So I avoid carbs/starches as best I can (no bread), low-to-no sugar and sodium intake, and eating foods high in protein. That being said, I do like to have complex carbs in the morning to fill my fuel tank so to speak with oatmeal or sweet potatoes, but no more after breakfast or my workout. Baked chicken, sautéd seafood in olive oil, quinoa, lentil, almonds, kale, spinach, brussel sprouts, bananas, etc. I’m only naming a few things, but you’ve got to do what works for you. Good luck on your fitness journey!