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My Post-Workout Meal

Post by kidkurious » Mon Jul 10, 2006 4:56 pm

Is this enough for a post-workout meal?

I'm on a clean bulk.

weight: 160 lbs
height: 5'7

Post-workout meal:
- 4 eggs (3 yolks, 4 whites) + some ketchup
- Half a can of Tuna
- 3 Slices of white bread (toasted)

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Post by Ironman » Mon Jul 10, 2006 10:16 pm

Yea, but I don't think the high fructose corn syrup in the ketchup or the white flour in the bread are very good for your health. Maybe whole wheat and mustard instead?

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Post by languid » Mon Aug 14, 2006 11:47 am

I'm on board with the sugar intake involved with the white bread. As another alternative, you may want to consider oatmeal, it's got a high GI in addition to helping you stock up on fibre as well, plus it's got a decent amount of protein as well. This is what i'd do:
1/2 cup of oats
5 eggs
16 ounces of milk
Whey (this is an option, a good one but not essential to the mix)
It gives you almost 70g of clean protein, even without the whey. Good luck

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Post by hoosegow » Fri Aug 18, 2006 5:57 am

Careful with the tuna. You might want to think about half a can of chicken - if you can stomach it.

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Post by Ryan A » Fri Aug 18, 2006 12:05 pm

Half a can should be fine unless he eats it other times and even if he workouts every day of the week that is only 3.5 cans per week. Ive heard 3 is where you should be at more or less to avoid the negative effects.

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