Here's the deal...I wake up feeling good and lean (5'9" 188 lbs), then go down to eat breakfast which had been consisting of 5 whole eggs cooked in olive oil, 4 slices turkey bacon, 2 slices of bread, 1 banana, and a cup of milk. It would be 1 hour to 90 minutes before I'd go workout, and during my workout I'd have 30-35g BCAA's.
Problem is, after eating this breakfast, every single time I'd spit up phlem (I have to, otherwise I can hardly breathe), my stomach would tighten up and all my food would come rushing up to my throat and I'd be ready to throw all my breakfast up. I'd hold it down well enough to the gym. Well, I'm working out and during having all the BCAA's I feel like I'm going to throw up during the workout, and usually do, whether it's intense with short rest or not.
I have since switched to a lighter breakfast (2 servings oats in 1 cup milk and 1 scoop whey) for only 500 calories, and the same thing happens with my stomach (tightens up when i spit out, and i'm about to throw up), and during my workout with the 30-35g BCAA's I still feel like throwing up and usually do.
They say your biggest meal should be breakfast, and I agree. However, it's hard when you can't even hold 500 calories down. What am I supposed to do about this? If I have any less than 500 calories before my workout, I really don't see how I'm going to have enough energy to lift hard or enough calories to grow.
I should also mention after my pwo shake I have no problem eating a lot, it's just that breakfast. Why is this?