Hi all! So Ive been redesigning my diet over and over again. Thought I had it perfectly set till I read that Brazil nuts are toxic in high quantities. Brazil nuts were my calorie 'filler'.
So anyhow, I need about 6,000 a day because I work in construction and burn about 5000 a day (think of it as a day-long cross fit program). I want to eat clean, organic, and affordable. lol, I know, talk about a conundrum.
Here's my daily spread without the brazil nuts. Basically I need a calorie-dense food thats affordable, clean, non-toxic, non-dairy, non-wheat, and easy to eat (my biggest problem with eating all this food is theres barely any time to do it. I wake up, eat as much as I can, go to work, eat as much as I can on breaks, get home, eat as much as I can till I have to go to bed).
Im also a bit worried that the food isnt fueling me properly during the day as I get more and more exhausted throughout the week to ridiculous levels, so much so that I need to either fix the diet or quit the job, its becoming that debilitating.
5 cups organic long grain brown rice: 1,080 cals
3.5 cups free-from beef: 1,470 cals
2 Tbsp olive oil: 240 cals
4 medium baked potatoes: 773 cals
50g Lays chips: 280 cals
1 Tbsp coconut oil: 117 cals
6 eggs: 611 cals
1 banana: 105 cals
Total: 4,676 cals