looking to get some people insights on approx 1,000 calorie muscle building meals. Any thoughts?
chicken breast 8 oz (cooked)- 50 g protein, 200 calories
1 cup white rice- 140 g carb, 560 calories
grass fed butter 2 tablespoons- 22 g fat, 200 calories
Total- 960 calories
400 grams cooked salmon = 720 cals
4 medium sized boiled eggs = 260 cals
100 grams raw kale = 40 cals
Might want to flavor with oregano (5 cals tsp), salt, and apple cider vinegar (1 cal tbsp), totalling 1026 cals
1 liter of milk: 650 calories
drink another one: 650 calories
Total: 1300 calories, 70gr protein, 95gr carbs, 70gr fat.
1 litre with scoops of whey? Seems easier.
9 pounds of spinach.
1 cup milk-150
1 cup oatmeal-300
1/2 cup cottage cheese-120
1 scoop protein powder-120
1 tbsp peanut butter-200
1 super delicious high calorie protein shake- 1, 010.
1,000 tic tacs
and 16 oz of water
Way too much protein for me, it would be a waste. You also would need about 6-7 scoops. That would taste like crap, I guess.
Way too much protein for me[/quote]
Never thought I'd read these words on tnation
wel actually 1 litre of milk would be 35g of protein, then 2 scoops of whey would be around 45g of protein so the macros are almost the same just less fat n carbs. 7 scoops of whey is like 150g of protein.
How many calories are in a baby?
Adding peanut butter, coconut oil, or olive oil is a simple way to bump any meal up.
4 Smores Pop Tarts, toasted, and a glass of milk, ice cold.
1 cup extra virgin olive oil.
How many grams is that? Because that's how many grams of fat it contains.
hey this isn't a shabby idea.
make categories, 500, 1000, 1500, 2000 kcal meal suggestions. as some like to eat 6 times a day and some only 1-2.
it's probably alot of sites doing this allreay.
well my 1000kcal meal would be:
8 eggs scrambled 780 kcal
alot of spinach or other green lettuce of choice. not counting this.
6 tbsp of those dry-roasted pumpkin seeds 250 kcal
total of 1030 kcal. u can easily bump it up to 1500 by adding more pumpkinseeds and sprinkling olive oil on it.