Hey guys. Been reading on here most of the day about diets and meal plans. I think mine is in line with my goals of fueling muscle growth. I was just wanting to get some outside advice/tips if anything needs to change. I bulk meal prep at the beginning of the week. I take 4 chicken breast, 2 cups of carrots, celery, and green beans throw them all together and bake in the oven with a cup of chicken broth. I eat this 4 times a day. Each meal about 2.5-3 hours apart. My lunch I also throw in a potato or cup of rice. For breakfast I have 1 cup of egg whites and 1 whole egg. I drink a whey shake just before the gym. Throughout the day I aim for a gallon of water. Does all of this seem like a solid way to do my meals? Thanks in advance.
If you’re able to consistently apply this plan and your eating is supporting your goals, then all is good in the world.
only thing that’s missing is some healthy fats.
What kind of healthy fats would you recommend and in which meals would you add them too? Thanks
At breakfast eat ALL eggs WHOLE
At “other meals” prep, add extra virgin olive oil to broth
whats your bw? if its a bulk have more than one egg for breakfast, try waffles and get some carbs in the morning
What kind of healthy fats would you recommend and in which meals would you add them too? Thanks[/quote]
well you eat the same thing like 4 times a day so it’d make sense to add some fats to that.
You could use fatty cuts of meat in place of the chicken breasts, add some olive oil like that other dude said, or even just eat a bit of avocado along with it.