Food List for CLEAN eating
10-11-2005 02:28 PM
Food List for CLEAN eating
Ok, I have my own list, but frankly would like to expand it. Recipes help but, for this thread, how about if we just list foods that should/could appear on a well-made 'eating clean' shopping/meal list...
The very basic...
oatmeal (whole grain)
chicken, breast (skinless, boneless)
cottage cheese (fat free or low fat)
brown rice (long grain)
The 'would work for some plans, not for
pasta (whole wheat) [possibly organic]
Let the listing begin! Give your favorites or fill in what gets left out as we go along...
10-11-2005 03:19 PM
my diet is boring as **** when dieting down .. the only thing i can add is skim milk and fat free yogurt .. incredibly low GI and all the benefits of milk
10-11-2005 03:22 PM
10-11-2005 03:44 PM
bison steak(lower fat than chicken breast and tastes awesome)
ground trukey breast;it can be added to anything for a different texture
I think that seasonings become vitally important when trying to eat clean(low sodium of course)
10-11-2005 04:27 PM
10-11-2005 04:39 PM
10-11-2005 04:42 PM
Ground turkey. I like to mix a little bit of "Franks hot sauce" in it and eat b4 bed...good sleep, good slow release protein.
10-11-2005 05:23 PM
Here's a complete list for you, in Excel format, with nutritional information.
You'll need to unzip it...
Clutch Fitness Bodybuilder's Grocery List
10-11-2005 06:00 PM
Good list Fireproof... thanks.
Any more additions?
What about other ideas for food prep? To keep from getting tired of a food type?
10-11-2005 06:06 PM
I think a lot of people forget about lean ground beef. You can now find 96% lean ground beef in most grocery stores (including Walmart) for pretty cheap, and it has about the same fat content as a chicken breast.
Plus, it's very flexible. I brown up a few pounds of it at a time and eat it a variety of ways (on a salad, or mixed with sweet potatoes, or just plain with a side of veggies, etc...)
Good source of protein. Red meat = yummy!
Don't forget plenty of greens. Top three choices would be: Broccoli, Asparagus, and Green Beans.
10-11-2005 10:08 PM
I second the ground turkey. In many cases, its cheaper than chicken and a lot leaner too.
Originally Posted by refrieddreams
10-12-2005 12:03 AM
Except for the Big Macs...
Originally Posted by glenihan
10-12-2005 01:23 PM
How is skim milk low GI? Just wondering...
10-12-2005 01:28 PM
Skim milk rates as 32 on the GI scale. That's pretty low.
10-12-2005 01:37 PM
and a supreme pizza from pizza hut is a 33
10-12-2005 04:49 PM
10-12-2005 04:53 PM
WOW!! All we're really given is a little dash between two dates: when you started and when you ended. What will you do with your dash?
10-17-2005 05:05 PM
Hey dudes, lets keep this list going. Nice link Crowned One!
10-17-2005 06:01 PM
Careful with the frozen boneless/skinless chicken it can have a hell of a lot of sodium.
10-17-2005 06:31 PM
Whole wheat tortillas and a sugar-free salsa: great for tex-mex varieties.
Olives: most only think of the oil but why not eat the whole fruit - especially for satiety when dieting.
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