Going to the Grocery Store, Critique the Shopping List
05-14-2009 10:24 AM
Cut FF Cottage Cheese?
Im on a cut and 15g of protein per each serving is good (80 Cal per serving). I dont see the problem with it. It serves well as your last snack before bed.
Am I wrong here?
05-14-2009 11:56 AM
Originally Posted by Sh0wty
It really depends. Cottage Cheese is funny.
Some people can get ripped while eating a meal or two a day containing CC while others get really smooth and loose their veins and cuts - sort of why I do not usually allow my clients to use milk. It smooths you out.
As for a last snack before bed - I still find even if I am dating myself - that you will be more ripped if you do not eat 2-3 hours before bed. But that is just me. I know we read about feeding our bodies for the "dreaded catabolic while we sleep time" but when you want to be ripped you will get their quicker by not eating before bed.
I would try it for a few weeks and ditch it if you are not seeing results. I find that when trying to cut you should only eat a few different protein sources and very little varied foods so you can tell easier what is smoothing you out and what is not. The more variety leads to more options on what can be slowing your fat loss. That is all taking into consideration that your training and cardio is on target too of course.
Good luck man!
12-29-2010 03:59 AM
drop the yogurt, soy milk, bacon, deli meats, cream cheese, Crystal light, cereal, your list goes on....basically all the processed foods. 3 proteins: eggs, chicken, beef 2 carbs: oatmeal, ezekiel bread 3 fats: extra virgin olive oil, peanut butter, fish oil
Also add in fruits vegetables and thats all you need. you can save money as well
12-29-2010 07:53 PM
This is exactly right and I was gonna post similar... I'd say keep the hot sauce tho
Originally Posted by maivaz
Here's my grocery list every week
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