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- November 25, 2012 at 5:17 am #344767
Does anyone else have blended drinks a lot? I don't mean cocktails at the bar, I mean as a meal replacement.
I combine frozen vegetables and fruits (cheaper and can buy in bulk), Whey (the protein in Whey is useless as it is too quickly digested but it's a cheap calories and tasty), a vegetable supplement (Oximega Greens), Oatmeal Oats (easy calories and very cheap) and Cottage Cheese (Protein and very Slavic ). On that of all that, I take my multivitamins (which includes joint relief) and fish oil. I think I have everything nailed down?
Often I will blend this all in the morning in a big batch (for five seperate meals in the day) consuming 2500 calories in the process. I don't have regular food anymore unless I am sharing dinner with a guest. Otherwise except for the Cottage Cheese (which technically can be frozen if need be), all my food has a long shelf life and thus I don't have to grocery shop much or spend an insane amount of money to cover my nutritional needs.
I am living on my own so I don't have any children or young people to feed (they probably wouldn't accept the above diet).
Prior to having surgery at the hospital, I was a regular Gym goer but wasn't having the gains I desired (as I was eating like crap and ignored vegetables and fruits). I hope now with a better diet that I will see better gains and feel healthier.November 25, 2012 at 5:58 am #405167
There is a low fat and calorie peanut butter called better n butter. I was on a liquid diet pre operation this last summer and after, was in it for two more weeks. I used this in protein drinks to get more protein without the calories. Also made them more filling as well
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