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    Jun 26, 2011 12:53 AM GMT
    I'm trying to work out 5 or 6 days a week - 4 gym workouts and 2 cardio.

    Problem is that I'm hungry all the time. Not sure how to eat. Trying hard not to eat crap between meals, but I get so hungry, so I don't eat as much as I should and I'm losing weight. Lost 3 lbs in the past week!

    Trying to gain but want it to be muscle not fat.

    What do you guys eat for snacks? For that matter what do you eat for breakfast lunch and dinner?
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    Jun 26, 2011 1:39 AM GMT
    canadaguy48_vic saidWhat do you guys eat for snacks?
    My own assortment of mixed nuts with raisins and cranraisins.

    canadaguy48_vic saidFor that matter what do you eat for breakfast lunch and dinner?
    My most common breakfast is a banana, 3-4 egs scrambled with 2-3 slices of turkey breast and seasoned with cajun seasonings...and a big glass of 100% carrot juice.

    Lunch varies. Usually I trade lunch for an extra helping of nuts, and nibble on them all day while I'm working. I average 2 cups of nuts (8 servings) in the 6 hours I work.

    Dinner is usually my biggest meal, so I split it in half and eat dinner twice, with a 2-3 hr wait period from first to 2nd...and sometimes with a workout in between.
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    Jun 26, 2011 4:01 PM GMT
    Hi there,
    If you`re working out as much as that,being hungry all the time sounds pretty normal-I`m just the same!You could go for dried fruits and nuts,low fat yoghurts and milk based drinks,smoothies,ready made cereal bars,etc.To build muscle eat about 1.5g/kg. of body weight and train!
    For my main meals it`s complex carbohydrate like rice,bread,pasta,potatoes,quinoa,etc.,with lots of lightly cooked vegetables and low fat protein sources like chicken,fish,lean red meat,milk,low fat cheese,and vegetable proteins like beans and pulses and legumes.
    Breakfasts are mainly cereals like weetabix,shredded wheat,porridge,etc,;all high in fibre,low GI;with added fruit,honey,yoghurt,nuts;also toast,jam;fruit juice,tea,etc.Hope this some help.All the best!
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    Jun 26, 2011 5:08 PM GMT
    This is what I ate Saturday. I really like the dry-rosted edamame. My sodium intake was riddiculous at 4170mg (Reccomended 1500mg) The onyl thing that I didn't eat was the pickled eggs, so maybe knock off about 1000mg of sodium lol. icon_biggrin.gif

    Atkin's Bar(got them for almost nothing so...) : 1 Bar : 240 cal
    WinnDixie Half&Half : 4 Tbsp : 80 cal
    Calories: 320 Carb=24g Prot=21g Fat=19g

    Flounder Filets : 1 fillet : 100 cal
    Edamame : 1/2 cup, NFS : 110 cal
    Rice, brown, cooked, regular, fat not added in cooking : 1/2 cup, dry, yields : 341 cal

    Calories: 551 Carb=79g Prot=35g Fat=9.4g

    Okra, cooked, from frozen, fat not added in cooking : 1 cup : 51 cal
    Tyson Chicken Tender : 4 oz : 100 cal
    Ole High Fiber Wrap : 1 tortillia : 71 cal

    Calories: 172 Carb=28g Prot=23g Fat=3.2g

    Yogurt, fruit variety, lowfat milk : 1 6 oz container : 173 cal
    Tomato and vegetable juice, mostly tomato : 11-1/2 fl oz : 66 cal
    Peanuts, dry roasted, salted : 1/4 cup : 214 cal
    Dry roasted Edamame : 1/4 cup : 130 cal
    Jiff All Natual PB : 2 Tbsp : 190 cal
    Egg, whole, pickled : 2 egg : 145 cal
    Muscle Milk : 2 scoop : 300 cal

    Calories: 1218 Carb=93g Prot=83g Fat=60g

    Total Calories: 2261 Carb=223g Prot=162g Fat=91g