Diet, cant cook, to look shredded.

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  1. kh80290z

    kh80290z Active Member Full Member

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    What can I have as a diet plan, a good balanced diet, I cant really cook, what can I get from the supermarket, everywhere I look theres high saturated fats.

    I have smoked salmon sometimes, thats something, can eat from the packet, sometimes rice and chicken already made, has protein, less fat.

    Can someone give me a good diet.

    What do you eat typically everyday.
     
  2. bw51

    bw51 Active Member Full Member

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    Quinoa takes two seconds to boil, brown rice is not hard. Whole wheat pasta takes 15 minutes to boil.
    eggs take 8 minutes to boil. It is literally boiling water

    Use a lil olive oil and fry your chicken breast. Put in the olive oil. Chop some hot chilli and garlic. Fry it for a bit to flavour the oil and it takes 8 min to cook your chicken breast. Add some paprika and black pepper. A lil salt doesnt hurt.

    I make a lot of sauces using fresh lemons and lime, especially for salads.. Cooking doesnt have to be difficult. Do a search on youtube bro
     
  3. jasper2005

    jasper2005 Active Member Full Member

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    Lol... cant cook? wtf is this ??? these trolls nowdays dont even try anymore
     
  4. Brixton Bomber

    Brixton Bomber Obsessed with Boxing Full Member

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    "Do you even cook, bro?" :lol::lol:
     
  5. ant-man

    ant-man ant Full Member

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    :rofl

    Seriously, no need to cook mate, go raw. :good

    Nuts (plain), fruit and veg (what's in season and cheap), canned fish (in spring water, not sauce, oil, or brine), whole grains. No sugar, salt, red meat, alcohol. Forget about sauces, add lemon juice for taste. And a multi vitamin for insurance.

    Avoid processed. Too much added salt and sugar.

    And if all that fails try wall sits!
     
  6. ant-man

    ant-man ant Full Member

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    imho..

    Rice/pasta far cheaper than quinoa.
    Olive oil too many calories, better alternatives if you must fry.
    Chicken to be purchased with extreme caution. Most is tainted by processing (ie added salt).
    Limit egg yolks.
    Salt NOT good under any circumstances.
     
  7. LongJab

    LongJab Active Member Full Member

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    can't cook? Nutribullet.
     
  8. lepinthehood

    lepinthehood The Stoneman Full Member

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    cant cook, get your mum to do it.
     
  9. ant-man

    ant-man ant Full Member

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    :patsch

    Load of chinese rubbish. They fall apart, check the reviews online..
     
  10. ant-man

    ant-man ant Full Member

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    As long as mum doesn't mind weighing your portions, counting your calories, working out your macros, and ensuring everything bought in is the healthiest possible option. :hey
     
  11. bw51

    bw51 Active Member Full Member

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    yes but quinoa still cheaper than burger king if you already had rice or pasta that day...

    what are better alternatives than olive oil,, please suggest, light olive oil when frying fish will have a marginal impact on overall calorie intake. sometimes i just use butter. i have tried coconut oil but dont like it how it changes the food taste slightly, i never use vegetable oil. so what do you use?

    ok so then find good quality chicken

    limiting yold is both inconclusive and debatable in healthy individuals, the marginal protein is in yolk, otherwise you need to eat an extra egg white to stay topped up. a person who has a well balanced diet and regular exercise sb fine, caution to those who are unhealthy and eating eggs

    wrong about salt, you need some sodium in your body, you can get it from various sources but want to get it from unprocessed stuff, since most stuff that we buy has sodium in it from added salt, just have to just be careful about how much you are actually taking in...
     
  12. ant-man

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    We need a TINY amount of sodium relative to what the overwhelming majority of us take in. Most of us consume FAR, FAR more than we need. Too much is linked with high blood pressure, heart disease, and stroke.

    90% of adults will develop high blood pressure at some point in their lives, according to Harvard School of Public Health.

    Interesting reads about salt
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    ps: It's dead easy to give up salt if yr serious about diet. :good
     
  13. ant-man

    ant-man ant Full Member

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    Fair enough. If you eat fried food only occasionally, I guess just use the one that tastes best to you.

    Regards chicken, it's one of the dirtiest foods you can eat imho.
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    of loads of articles. Again, make yr own mind up..
     
  14. ant-man

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    The egg industry is as filthy as the chicken one imho. From a health perspective
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    what a cardiologist has to say..

    The science is inconclusive on so many diet issues, and opinions are everywhere. Like everything, it comes down to sifting through the info and making yr own mind up..
     
  15. bw51

    bw51 Active Member Full Member

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    Yeah true, all fair points

    i would say that food in america is more loaded with **** than in europe. If you compare usa to places like britian or switzerland, i think you shud be fine. It also matters where you live

    Also it comes down to moderation and overall well being. I will never become a vegetarian so im stuck eating animal protein regardless of risks