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  1. Recently, I've been trying to eat in a calorie deficiet, and I'm finding that its really not all that hard. However, as I eat very little throught the day, I know I'm not getting anywhere near to my protien requirements. I'm pretty sure that this is hindering my workout results, and I was hoping that y'all could suggest some recipes that are high in protien, but will allow me to stay in a calorie deficiet. Any suggestions?
  2. Last Edit: 4-Feb-2015 After starting this thread, I was informed that what I am doing is known as a Protein Sparing Modified Fast (PSMF). I am constantly consulting The Oracle (Google) to find out more about this subject and modify the diet plan as approriate. As of right now here is how I am planning on executing the diet: I am still learning more about it as the days go on. Based off of what I have learned so far, I will be trying the following diet/exercise plan: Every day my goal will be to consume 140 G of protein. I will cycle 2 days of nothing but protein shakes and fiber powder
  3. I am reading Level Up Your Life and I'm ready to start changing my habits little by little. I wish I could do it all at once and start eating better and exercising and stick to a rigorous plan but I know I cannot. I liked Staci's email with her precooked/prepared chicken thighs, sweet potatoes and veggies but I have such a hard time eating foods that are on the dry side like that. I prefer to have a sauce on my food to make it easier to go down and also more flavorful. However, it seems all the sauces that I really like are full of sugar and calories. (ie: ranch dressing, honey mus
  4. Hello everyone! As my last challenge was pretty positive, I want to continue on this good trend! For the next few months, I will be following a new guide, who will be my inspiration. Every month, depending on the situation or the obligations of work, health, etc. I will design a month-long challenge, who will be integral part of this longer time challenge. I don't exactly know how long it will last - maybe until the end of the year? Or until I am happy with the results. But without further ado, please all welcome our guide! Ryeowook! This is Ryeowook. Ryeowook is a Boy (I get the quest
  5. This is a super low calorie soup and it turned out so yummy! It makes 4 servings Ingredients 2 chopped carrots 1 onion chopped 1 chopped leek 1 tin chopped tomatoes 1tsp tomato puree 1 litre vegetable stock 80g dried pasta 40g frozen peas Splash of Worcestershire sauce In a large saucepan fry the carrots, onion and leek, then add the tin of tomatoes, puree, stock and frozen peas. Bring to the boil then add the dried pasta shapes and simmer for a further 15 minutes It's suitable for freezing, so I have three portions in my freezer for the rest of the week Nutritional Info 106 calories
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