Meal 1: Scoop of whey protein w/ fat free milk, plain oatmeal or Uncle Sam's cereal (high in fiber, almsot no sugar, high in Omega-3's -- check it out at Wal-Mart)
Meal 2: Chicken breasts and walnuts
Meal 3: Tuna and broccoli
Meal 4: 4 egg whites, 2 whole eggs, tablesoon of coconut oil
Meal 5: Turkey and scoop of PB
Meal 6: Chicken breasts
This is just me though. I respond better using fat as my main energy source. Coconut oil is good for that because it's abundant in MCTs and there's significant research backing up its ability to boost your thyroid function. You may respond better to carbs as your main energy source though. Just think about what you ate when you stored fat before and what you ate when you didn't. You may be more carb sensitive or more fat sensitive. Try to seperate your meals into protein/carb and protein/fat meals (like in my examples) and see what you react better to. Everyone is different. Aim for at least as many grams of protein as pounds you weigh.
Last edited by Rufio; 03-25-2008 at 08:52 PM.