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dinner:

salad w/

can of tuna in olive oil

2 carrots

pepper jack cheese slices

guacamole

spinach

mixed greens

green pepper slices

chopped onion

+5 fish oil

then (odd fractions due to sharing with someone smaller than me):

2/3 apple

5/4 peach

7/2 apricots

with greek yogurt

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forgot to post this last night before bed:

lunch:

1 tbsp coconut oil

2 links breakfast sausage

2 fried eggs

pot roast & pot roast veggies (1 bowl)

6 fish oil + 2 vitamin D

5 slices pepper jack cheese

dinner:

BAS - mixed greens, spinach, cucumber, celery, onion, bell pepper, pumpkin seeds, dressing (coconut oil, olive oil, balsamic vinegar, cracked pepper, garlic, mustard, sriracha)

6 fish oil

veal sirloin

snack

apple w/ greek yogurt

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got top wisdom teeth pulled today... doesn't make for an inspiring day eating-wise (so far)

lunch:

smoothie - can coconut milk, 2 avocados, 1/2 pint blueberries

6 fish oil + 2 vitamin d

snack:

protein shake - 2 tbsp coconut oil, 3 tbsp coconut milk, 2 scoop protein powder

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Hey man do you find the fish oil pills make much of a difference?

I'm currently on just a basic Multi and I'm already feeling better because of it. (Btw, there is bugger all chance of incorporating fish into the diet unless it's canned tuna due to my student broke-ness.)

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well... i've only seriously increased my fish oil output in the past week. from what i've read and heard on it though, it will make a big deal as your omega-3 vs. omega-6 fatty acid balance can be really important for overall health (and industrially raised meat has a ridiculously skewed balance of O3:O6). in n=1 i have been feeling more relaxed this week, although i eat grass-fed meat as much as possible already (i'm a student as well, but if you shop around you can find it for relatively reasonable prices).

if you're interested in it, here's a link to a calculator based on bodyweight and density of the pill:

http://whole9life.com/fish-oil/

and for diet questions in general robbwolf.com is a good resource on paleo nutrition, especially his podcasts.

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breakfast:

(still trying to finish out the last of my dairy, have about a 1/3 container of cream cheese left - ironically i'm eating more per day than i was to try and get rid of it...)

2 scrambled eggs with green pepper, onion and cream cheese

3 links breakfast sausage

1/2 bowl pot roast veggies w/ dollop cream cheese

4 fish oil + 2 vitamin D

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lunch:

bowl pot roast veggies w/ pot roast

4 fish oil

2 carrots with remainder of cream cheese

well... that's it. no more dairy (for at least 30 days)... the whole 30 starts now. it's gonna get real, folks. and to spare everyone a bunch of false "new posts" i'll just add to this once a day.

wish me luck!

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day one of my whole30 and it was already complicated by going out with friends. i did it to my satisfaction, though.

breakfast:

4 fish oil + 2 vit D

3 links breakfast sausage

2 eggs w/ onion, red and green bell pepper

lunch:

4 fish oil + 400mg magnesium

3 bison hot dogs

asparagus and red peppers

2 tbsp almond butter

dinner:

morcilla y chorizo (blood sausage [interesting but not an every day thing i'd want] and spanish sausage)

pollo al curri (chicken breast w/ grapes, celery and green onions in curry mayo)

bite of someone's steak

decaf black iced coffee

4 fish oil when i got home

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8/7/10 - six flags!

breakfast:

6 fish oil + 2 vit D + 400mg magnesium

3 eggs w/ poblano, onion, basil and curry

2 links breakfast sausage

1 slice bacon

lunch:

2 smoked turkey legs

dinner (late):

1 apple

1 peach

6 fish oil

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breakfast:

6 fish oil + 2 vit D + 400mg magnesium

2 eggs and can of salmon w/poblano pepper

2 slices bacon

lunch/dinner:

bow of veggie curry (celery, red/green bell pepper, cauliflower, red cabbage, onion, garlic, asparagus, tomatoes)

6 fish oil

3 bison hot dogs

2 tbsp almond butter

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breakfast:

6 fish oil + 2 vit D

2 eggs w/ spinach, onion, garlic

2 slices bacon

lunch:

pot roast covered in curry veggies

6 fish oil

a concoction of 2 tbsp coconut oil, 3 tbsp shredded coconut, 2 tbsp almond butter

dinner:

coleslaw (red cabbage, carrot and onion + homemade garlic wasabi mayo: egg, mustard, salt, vinegar, coconut oil, olive oil, bacon grease, wasabi, black pepper)

3 bison hot dogs

bowl veggie curry

6 fish oil

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breakfast:

6 fish oil

2 slices bacon

2 eggs

beets

cauliflower

lunch:

6 fish oil + 2 vit D

2 bison bratwurst

cucumber salad w/ sriracha, apple cider vinegar, 2 tbsp coconut oil

celery w/ 2 tbsp almond butter + 2 tbsp coconut

1 apple (from my CSA and holy cow are they good)

dinner:

6 fish oil

"meat loaf" (1 lb grass-fed ground beef, red/green/poblano peppers, onion, garlic, apples, parsnip, egg, trader joe's seasoning salute, dried red chili)

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Breakfast:

6 fish oil + 2 vit D

salad (2 boiled eggs, spinach, arugula, yellow bell pepper, celery, carrot, blueberries, onion, salmon, walnuts, coconut oil, mustard, balsamic, black pepper, olive oil)

snack:

eggs and bacon from break room

lunch:

leftover meat loaf

6 fish oil

2 tbsp coconut

dinner/post workout:

2 cup water + 2 cup coconut = homemade coconut milk? (This didn't work particularly well, but I feel like it could if i tried to tweak it a bit - Not sure it makes sense fiscally)

handful carrots

can salmon

6 fish oil

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