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    Hi anyone help me currently train weights Thai boxing. Need some ideas for breakfast and lat night snacks as I am always hungry sick of just having protein shakes all day

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    For breakfast - egg whites, banana, berries, oats, cinnamon, cocoa powder ---> mix everything up and do some pancakes! Simple and tasty!
    For night time snack - cottage cheese, 1 scoop of protein powder, blueberries, coconut oil tablespoon.

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    Mixing cottage cheese and yogurt is yummy too. And you can add lots of stuff. Precooking rice chicken and Veges to mix and microwave makes a yummy meal too.
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    Thanks very much
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    My breakfast is 6 egg whites, 2 whole eggs, 2 tablespoons of peanut butter, 2 slices of wheat toast and an apple(or any fruit) and hot sauce. That's your best friend when you are cutting. Haha.
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    Quote Originally Posted by nickyp4l View Post
    Hi anyone help me currently train weights Thai boxing. Need some ideas for breakfast and lat night snacks as I am always hungry sick of just having protein shakes all day
    It's likely you're always hungry late at night because you don't eat enough during the day. Get off the protein shakes and get on real food. Chicken, steak, eggs, sweet potatoes, oatmeal, natty PB, almonds, EVOO, flax seeds, avocados, loads of fruits & vegetables.

    Are you trying to cut, or are you looking to optimize performance in your thai boxing?
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    Cottage cheese/protein powder/nuts/wholewheat bread/fruit - raspberries

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    Eggs with some toast. I used to do 6-10 eggs in the morning and make a ham,tomato,spinach, and cheese omelette. Fills you up and has a good amount of fat and protein.
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    1. Get a blender
    2. 7 eggwhites, 1 whole egg
    3. 1 cup oatmeal
    4. Blend it all together until liquified
    5. Cooking spray on a squillet
    6. Pour contents onto warm squillet
    7. Cinnamon and sweet n low on top after cooked
    ***PROTEIN PANCAKES***

    ...I personally make 1 large pancake the size of my squillet. I have once baught zero carb, zero sugar, zero sodium, zero fat, zero calorie syrup from a health food store but it's kind of expensive. Once and a while I will treat myself to it
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    Got some solid food ideas in here.
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    For breakfast
    Fruit makes a fine start to the day-
    add it to your favorite muesli. A few prunes or prune juice will help to keep things on the move and add a glass of fruit juice will help boost your Vitamin C levels. And enjoy a poached egg on wholemeal toast occasionally.

    For late night
    Try easily digested high-carbohydrate food which will help you get to sleep. Try tortellini with a simple leaf salad, or grilled salmon with couscous.
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    [QUOTE="VS91588"]1. Get a blender
    2. 7 eggwhites, 1 whole egg
    3. 1 cup oatmeal
    4. Blend it all together until liquified
    5. Cooking spray on a squillet
    6. Pour contents onto warm squillet
    7. Cinnamon and sweet n low on top after cooked
    ***PROTEIN PANCAKES***

    I make this 2-3 times a week now. I can't get enough of it. Thanks for the recipe man
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    [QUOTE=jswain34;3635501]
    Quote Originally Posted by VS91588
    1. Get a blender
    2. 7 eggwhites, 1 whole egg
    3. 1 cup oatmeal
    4. Blend it all together until liquified
    5. Cooking spray on a squillet
    6. Pour contents onto warm squillet
    7. Cinnamon and sweet n low on top after cooked
    ***PROTEIN PANCAKES***

    I make this 2-3 times a week now. I can't get enough of it. Thanks for the recipe man
    These are good and a good low carb replacement for oats is ground flaxseed
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    Is it just a straight substitution? Or would you keep say a half or quarter cup oats? And if that's the case what's the ground flax seed you'd add?
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    [QUOTE=gokix811;3635570]
    Quote Originally Posted by jswain34 View Post

    These are good and a good low carb replacement for oats is ground flaxseed
    Never thought of that gokix....nice idea
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    Quote Originally Posted by jswain34 View Post
    Is it just a straight substitution? Or would you keep say a half or quarter cup oats? And if that's the case what's the ground flax seed you'd add?
    Depending on how many pancakes I want (although I usually just treat myself to one), I will use:

    2 tablespoons bob red mill's golden flaxseed meal
    1 tablespoon of Splenda
    Cinnamon
    1/2 teaspoon baking powder
    1 scoop protein powder of choice (I have Dymatize Chocolate PB)
    1 egg*
    Water*

    * add water slowly until you get desired texture

    * whole egg can be replaced with egg substitute if you have that on hand

    First, mix dry ingredients in bowl, followed by wet ingredients. Let sit for about a minute before cooking.

    If I'm feeling rebellious I will add some mini semi-sweet chocolate chips or fruit, and then top it all off with SF syrup. Hope that helps
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    Thanks man. Gonna have to try them out for sure
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    Breakfast is my fav meal...2 eggs, 4 whites, canadian bacon, green pepper, low fat cheese, mix and make into an omlet topped with salsa 1 c oats with cinimmon, sugar substitute...oj for vitamin c......or 2 eggs overeasy, 4 egg whites, 1 whole wheat english muffin, 1 c oats if your trying to gain, and some fruit..
    Everynow and then i buy the organic whole wheat pancake mix and mix some flax, blueberry and oats...pretty good...

    At night usually some cottage cheese, or if your body likes carbs at night 1 slice whole grain bread with 1 tbs natural pb/ honey.....big ass glass of milk)) or glass of milk and mix several egg whites together with low sugar chocolate syrup...i gotta get creative with food, the same ol shi* gets old ha
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    Flaxseed Protein Pankcake with semi-sweet choc. chips, walden's strawberry syrup and dollop of FF whipped topping

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