I agree with Jarvan that these don’t look like great food choices. I would consider all of these options as “cheat meals” if I was to eat them, which I wouldn’t.
I don’t see the problem, with the exception of the yoghurt.
Bread and pasta aren’t the demons they’re made out to be, in my opinion. If he’s not having any digestive problems then what’s the harm?[/quote]
I personally always perform better when I cut processed grains out of my diet. In my personal experience, this is also something that’s massively helped me in losing excess fat, which is the OP stated goal.
In terms of body composition, if I can stick to meat, veg and some fruit for all my meals, good things happen. I also go slowly crazy because I’m a greedy bastard at heart.[/quote]
Oh don’t get me wrong, I can see why you would suggest it, it’s just my own experience has been that nothing changes in terms of anything (weight loss or otherwise) when I am consuming grains.
I did eliminate them for a good long while and when I reintroduced them nothing major happened. I realise this won’t be the case foe everybody.