Man, there is more to this nutrition deal than I can handle lol. I feel like I need to go back to school to understand whats the best way to eat food, the times, types of food at what times, etc. FFS I'm tired of reading lol.
Hiring a nutritionalist??? I've been thinking of hiring a nutritionalist to get me started. Do you think this is a good idea? I'm looking to get a better understanding of my diet, and what to eat and when for a more optimal body operation.
Any tips that may be helpful are appreciated, right now I'm basically eating alot of chicken, little pork, little beef, lot of pasta(white), and a banana per day. I've also added in a PBJ sandwich on multigrain bread 5 days/week.
I don't think this is a sufficient diet, but I don't think its entirely bad. I think it needs tweaking, I want to add in trail mix, vegetables, and another fruit. I also want to look for some wheat pasta, or don't know if I should just cut down greatly on it.
Long post, but there is nothing short when talking about diet lol. Thanks for any suggestions/responses.
BTW I'm going to be starting a pretty hefty cycle in the beginning of Jan, so thats why I'm trying to start getting my diet in control now, so that I will get max benefit from it, and also just to start eating better in general.