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  1. Top 10 Consumed Foods


    I saw this posted on another board and was surrprised to see the simliarity between what is eaten. List your top 10! No need for them to be in any particular order

    1.) Chicken Breasts
    2.) Top Sirloin
    3.) Tuna
    4.) Egg Whites
    5.) Whey Protein
    6.) Brown Rice
    7.) Oats
    8.) Dextrose
    9.) Flax Oil/Almonds
    10.) Broccoli


  2. 1. Chicken
    2. Protein Powder
    3. Milk
    4. Banana's
    5. Rice
    6. Olive Oil
    7. Oats
    8. Eggs
    9. Corn
    10. Cottage Cheese

  3. 1. Tuna
    2. Cottage Cheese
    3. Chicken
    4. Black Beans (or pinto)
    5. Oats
    6. Eggs/Egg Whites
    7. Whey protein
    8. Olive Oil
    9. Flax Oil
    10. Apple/Bananna or Prunes
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  4. 1.Chicken titties
    2.Whey
    3.Oats
    4.Egg whites/Whole eggs
    5.Brown rice
    6.Peanut butter
    7.Broccoli (If it tasted better I'd be higher in my list)
    8.Milk
    9.Beef
    10.Turkey

    1. Eggs/EggBeaters
    2. Rice
    3. Beans
    4. 93% Lean Turkey
    5. 93% Lean Beef
    6. Cottage Cheese
    7. Yogurt (Low Carb)
    8. Almonds
    9. Flax oil
    10. Protein Powder (whey/micellar casein)

  5. 1. Tuna
    2. Chicken Breast
    3. Oats
    4. Whey
    5. Egge whites
    6. Cottage Cheese
    7. Black Beans
    8. Spinach
    9. Salmon
    10. Sugar Free Pudding w/ whey

  6. chicken
    tuna
    beans
    whole wheat bread
    oats
    whey
    bananas
    milk
    cottage cheese
    eggs

    Would you really expect anyone not to have at least chicken, whey, and oats on there?

    -kwantam

  7. Chicken
    Eggs
    Brocoli
    Tuna
    Green Beans
    Salad
    Whey
    Bread/Rice
    Almonds/Sunflower seeds/penuts
    protein bars

  8. 1. Chicken
    2. Salmon
    3. Brocoli
    4. Tuna
    5. Brussel Sprouts
    6. Beef
    7. Eggs
    8. pasta during carb loads
    9. bread during carb loads
    10. sometime sausage with pasta during carb loads

    I really gotta work on variety!

    Buffalo, Pork Loin, Pork chops, Turkey

  9. chicken
    tuna
    whole-wheat bread
    eggs
    oats
    broccoli
    black beans
    cottage cheese
    whey
    rice

  10. Chicken
    Tuna
    Deer
    Fish
    Veggies (Spinach/Broccoli)
    Brown rice
    Oats
    Pasta
    Cottage Cheese
    Bananas

  11. 1.chicken
    2. oats
    3. broccoli
    4. whey
    5. tuna
    6. 100% whole wheat breads.
    7. skim milk
    8. flax oil
    9. cottage cheese
    10. eggs
  12. Unbreakable
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    Not just the top ten. It's all I eat right now.

    tuna
    chicken
    egg whites
    cottage cheese
    fiber one cereal
    oats
    Hood:CarbCountdown/FF milk
    whey
    dextrose
    extra virgin olive oil/fish oil/vinegar
    Last edited by David Dunn; 04-23-2005 at 08:59 PM.
    The fool says in his heart “There is no God."

    I vehemently support your right to take offense to anything I post.

  13. lol, this is awesome, everybody has the same things listed..lol. Great minds think alike.

    There needs to be more variety for protein. I eat the same as all of you basically....

    chicken
    bacon
    beef jerky
    eggs
    egg white protein powder
    olive oil
    rice
    oats
    MILK!!!
    bread, etc......

  14. Theres a lot of stuff I couldn't/can't think of.

  15. Yep, we all eat almost the exact same foods.

  16. 1) Chicken Breast
    2) Salmon
    3) Whey
    4) Mac Nuts/PB
    5) Broc/Zucc
    6) Egg Whites
    7) Salad
    8) Whole grain bread/wheat pasta
    9) Dextrose
    10) Vitamin/suppliments (It seems I a take enough to count as a meal!)

    I'll sprinkle in a little fruit here and there, but I keep it to blueberries, blackberries, strawberries, and raspberries.

    No red meat (Cut it out about 2 months ago.), processed junk, sugar, packaged nonsense, frozen food, but I will sneak in a few beers now and then!

  17. Quote Originally Posted by Beowulf
    Yep, we all eat almost the exact same foods.
    Raw eggs
    protein powder
    no cal iced tea
    animal crackers
    peanutbutter
    chicken
    steak
    ginger snaps
    protein bars
    salad

  18. I'm gonna take this in a slightly different direction.

    turkey or ham sandwiches with lots of veggies on whole wheat
    scrambled egg whites with veggies
    oatmeal with protein powder mixed in
    peanut butter and banana sandwiches
    mixed nuts
    salads with chicken and flax dressing
    steamed vegies (brussels sprouts, zucchini)
    turkey jerkey
    whey or egg white powder shakes
    fish of all kinds

  19. I currently only eat what Bobo tells me.

    No variety here either.

  20. chicken breasts
    yams
    tuna
    flank steak
    cottage cheese
    Fiber One cereal
    fresh veggies (lettuce, tomato)
    oats
    oat bread
    Whey protein


    Hey....that's my Costco list!!!

  21. sh!t, I forgot yams. I eat lots of those.

  22. My diet is based around skim milk (about 4 gallons/week) and egg whites (a dozen a day).

    Protein:
    Tuna
    Chicken breasts
    Salmon
    Cottage cheese
    Fat-free cheese

    Carbs:
    Oats
    Kashi Go Lean/All Bran/Fiber-one cereals
    Multi-grain bread and bagels
    Yams
    Fat free refried beans
    Fat free black beans
    Rice and wheat pasta
    Broccoli

    All my fats come from salmon and flax seed oil. I used to eat natty PB but I like it so much that I usually end up eating too damn much.

  23. im just going to list my bulking .. because cutting is only about 5 foods total

    bulking top ten

    1 chicken breasts
    2 top round beef
    3 98% lean turkey
    4 oats
    5 whole wheat english muffins
    6 egg whites
    7 broccoli
    8 natty PB
    9 skim milk
    10 the McDonald's menu

  24. Being in college and having a restricted budget, I stick to the cheap stuff:

    1)Whey
    2)Skim Milk
    3)Spoon size shredded wheat
    4) tuna
    5) Water
    6) Chicken breasts
    7) oats and grits
    8) 10 min. brown rice
    9) Almonds
    10)Arby's beef and cheddar

    pretty much just that over and over again
  25. Post


    in order of what I like best (bulk diet):
    1- chicken
    2- whole wheat pasta (any type..)
    3- brown rice
    4- steak
    5- milk (lots of it)
    6- eggs (all kinds of preparations)
    8- whey
    7- tuna (with some salad and a lil mayo )
    9- salmon
    10- veggies

    I probably eat tuna and chicken the most, and for cheat meals, well, I love french fries

  26. Quote Originally Posted by hypo
    Being in college and having a restricted budget, I stick to the cheap stuff:

    1)Whey
    2)Skim Milk
    3)Spoon size shredded wheat
    4) tuna
    5) Water
    6) Chicken breasts
    7) oats and grits
    8) 10 min. brown rice
    9) Almonds
    10)Arby's beef and cheddar

    pretty much just that over and over again
    Gotta love the grits!!

  27. Quote Originally Posted by cry0smate
    I saw this posted on another board and was surrprised to see the simliarity between what is eaten. List your top 10! No need for them to be in any particular order

    1.) Chicken Breasts
    2.) Top Sirloin
    3.) Tuna
    4.) Egg Whites
    5.) Whey Protein
    6.) Brown Rice
    7.) Oats
    8.) Dextrose
    9.) Flax Oil/Almonds
    10.) Broccoli
    1. milk
    2. cottage cheese
    3. protein fortified low carb pasta
    4. low fat organic turkey chili
    5. lentils
    6. spinach
    7. broccoli
    8. bell peppers
    9. flax seeds
    10. whey

    followed by 11-20, oreos, nutty bars, pizza, cheeseburgers, soda and 5 different varieties of ice cream

  28. Quote Originally Posted by kwantam
    Would you really expect anyone not to have at least chicken, whey, and oats on there?
    I rarely touch chicken (price issue mainly), I've discontinued the oats from my diet because I like lentils better (and they're better for you), and I've scaled the whey way back as of late too.

  29. Quote Originally Posted by exnihilo
    I've scaled the whey way back as of late too.
    Same here. I don't use whey besides pre-post PWO.

  30. Quote Originally Posted by DieTrying
    Same here. I don't use whey besides pre-post PWO.
    i really think its a waste any other time .. although i suppose one could make an argument for use in the morning along with the rest of breakfast

  31. Tuna
    Eggs
    Brocolli
    Spinach
    Oats
    Beans
    Apples
    Skim milk
    Brown and white rice
    Dessicated liver powder

    A few recipes I use:
    -microwaved eggs with spinach
    -Cooked brown rice with water and a boullion cube... it tastes kind of like ramen soup
    -black beans, canned chicken and cumin all mixed up. I eat this for breakfast sometimes.
    -Black beans and kidney beans, lean ground beef, canned diced peppers and tomatoes and salt. Dump it all in the crock pot and forget about for a while. If you want it extra tomatoey, use tomato paste as well. It helps if you precook the lean ground beef to break it up.

  32. I don't drink whey at all anymore either. But, I drink a hell of a lot of egg white protein powders. This honestly is what saves me money on food since I have to buy so much of it anymore. I'd LIKE to eat more whole foods throughout the day more often, but with my current income and other lifestyle situations at the moment, I usually drink (4-5) 60gram egg powder shakes/day. I just can't afford anything else.

  33. Quote Originally Posted by lifted
    I don't drink whey at all anymore either. But, I drink a hell of a lot of egg white protein powders. This honestly is what saves me money on food since I have to buy so much of it anymore. I'd LIKE to eat more whole foods throughout the day more often, but with my current income and other lifestyle situations at the moment, I usually drink (4-5) 60gram egg powder shakes/day. I just can't afford anything else.
    what brand of egg protein do you use and where do you get it from? is it really that cost effective compared to other protein sources? i only ask because i am a college student on short budget and this sounds like it might need to be added to my diet.

  34. Quote Originally Posted by Bacaveli
    what brand of egg protein do you use and where do you get it from? is it really that cost effective compared to other protein sources? i only ask because i am a college student on short budget and this sounds like it might need to be added to my diet.
    Well, I think listing other sites may be against the rules here.....but I either get it in bulk, or if I'm in a REAL hurry, I'll buy a jug of ON's 100% egg (vanilla) over at the GNC nearby.

    I figure in bulk it'll cost you around 7.50/lb. That's like not even 2 cents/gram. Can of chicken that has approx. 32g protein costs about 1.50. That's like almost 5 cents/gram. That honestly adds up at the end of the month. Plus not to mention convenienceness....gotta busy lifestyle when I'm not at work.

  35. A regular can of water packed tuna will provide you with around 33.5 grams of protein. Cost you under .50 cents a can.

  36. 1. Chicken
    2. Tuna
    3. Brown rice
    4. Oats
    5. Natural Peanut Butter
    6. Milk
    7. Brocolli
    8. Fruit (apples/bananas/pears/oranges)
    9. Eggs
    10. Double-Double

    I'm going to be cutting real soon, so bye-bye bagels with peanut butter, Double-Doubles, and the other (good tasting) junk I've been eating.

  37. Quote Originally Posted by Cuffs
    A regular can of water packed tuna will provide you with around 33.5 grams of protein. Cost you under .50 cents a can.
    True, but I hate tuna. I must've eaten more tuna in the last few years than the sea actaully has...lol. Sick of that stuff...but is def. a cheap alternative.

  38. I get the majority of my protein from milk and cottage cheese, though I get a crapload of protein from lentils/veggies/pasta/ground flax/etc. I probably get about 250g of protein a day just from the milk and cottage cheese, and at least another 100-150g a day from my veggies. On workout days I generally take an extra ~70g or so on top of that.

    I might start hitting up one of those bulk EAA dealies, just to see if there is any benefit to it. I'm pretty sure the extra leucine will be beneficial but beyond that it's tough to say. Of course, if they taste like ass I might not bother (leucine is basically tasteless).

  39. Quote Originally Posted by exnihilo
    I get the majority of my protein from milk and cottage cheese, though I get a crapload of protein from lentils/veggies/pasta/ground flax/etc. I probably get about 250g of protein a day just from the milk and cottage cheese, and at least another 100-150g a day from my veggies. On workout days I generally take an extra ~70g or so on top of that.

    I might start hitting up one of those bulk EAA dealies, just to see if there is any benefit to it. I'm pretty sure the extra leucine will be beneficial but beyond that it's tough to say. Of course, if they taste like ass I might not bother (leucine is basically tasteless).
    I just bought EAAs, but I haven't tried 'em yet. I'm finishing up my stock of BCAAs. BCAAs do taste pretty ****ty, but there are a bunch of new crystal light flavors that cover up the flavor well. So far the best have been ruby red grapefruit and strawberry tangerine. You can't taste it at all with these in it. I also add citruline malatå, which has a sour acidic flavor that might actually compliment the flavor of the crystal lightn Worth a try. I'm pretty sure Bobo is an advocate of EAAs.
  

  
 

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