Ok, so I do not actually have a recipe. I do, however have an idea... I was thinking what if you made sweet potato fries (there is a really good link on this forum to make them), you take black beans (how much I have no idea, 1/4 cup?) Extra lean ground beef made with a reduced sodium taco seasoning, and a fat free shreaded cheese. Do they even make fat free shreded cheese? I just thought I would put the idea out there and see if there is any brave takers haha. Would you say thats too much carbs for 1 meal? I mean its pretty low G.I, but its still most likely tons of carbs.
Since I have brought this up, let me tell you briefly my situation. I am a 25 year old guy and engaged. I get super serious and then super not serious at all about lifting. In fact im pretty over weight now. I weigh 196 right now, and have a wedding in may. We had to move the time so a family in the millitary could be a part of it. So I would honestly like to weigh about 170 now, or however much would be shreded with some mass still on me. Here is the diet I am considering (keep in mind I am actually a student teacher so it is hard to eat perfect while teaching haha)
1 whole wheat bagel with fat free/reduced fat cream cheese (depends on what I normally find)
2. Proten drink
3. Fruit (normally a bananna or grapes)
1. tuna salad sandwich, made with light miracle wip/ sugar free relish, and 2 slices of whole wheat bread.
Right after school lunch
1. 1 cup Brown Rice,
4. (fruit? I normally go to the gym right after school around 2:30)
1. Sweet Potato Fries
2. Extra lean ground turkey
1. bowl of cottage cheese/ maybe yogurt.
2. Protein drink
I am really open to any criticisms/ advice. I am not a pro, I just know that keeping the low G.I. carbs is a must! Would you guys say this is enough/not enough food to meet my goals?
I wrote the ideda for chili cheese fries because it sounds good, but I dont know if its too bad to include in this diet. Thanks for reading all of this!