Well, Im really busy with college, and work, so my schedule is never the same week to week, and Im not even sure how this semester will turn out, as we just started yesterday.
But my diet is pretty much what Ive been told to do. Thats 6 small meals a day. I’ll have an apple as soon as i wake up. then Ill take a shower, and go have a cup of oats with rice milk. about 2 or 3 hours later, I’ll have a handful of almonds or some small snack like that. Then about 3 more hours later, I’ll have lunch. Usually consisting of meat like chicken or fish, the size of my palm, a whole bunch of veggies, and some kind of carb like wild rice. 2 or 3 hours later, its snack time and im having a granola bar (kashi) or maybe a bit of tuna on one slice of bread, folded.
Then 2 or 3 more hours later, Its dinner. I try not to make it heavy, and almost always Im having a salad with some meat on it, along with sunflower seeds, and crushed sun chips. I add in my own home-made dressing of olive oil, balsamic vinegar and agave nectar.
While I always eat organic, and healthy all natural foods. Sometimes I just eat until Im not hungry anymore, and dump the rest out. Often times, when Im doing this, Im not caring what is on my plate as far as trying to have a balanced meal. I just care about portions. I may only eat meat and veggies on a given night, and not eat any carbs because Im just not hungry for them after the meat and veggies. I COULD eat them if I wanted. but I dont just stop when Im full. I stop when Im not hungry…is that a good idea or no?
My training is currently the P90X program. I figured If I was doing something wrong in my training, I would be able to correct it with a trainer!