Drinks with Meals

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    Dec 18, 2009 6:24 PM GMT
    Hey everyone,

    I've been recently following the threads on the Workout Meal Plans on RealJock and the Forum suggestions for food in your grocery cart. All of the suggestions have been very helpful, and I feel a lot better about what I'm eating already!

    The only thing that I see lacking is a discussion of what to drink with the meals. Are they just assuming we drink water with every meal? How much milk is good during the day? What about juices? I know that juices from concentrate are to be avoided....but what kinds do you recommend?

    Thanks all!
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    Dec 19, 2009 2:51 AM GMT
    deptotx05 saidHey everyone,

    I've been recently following the threads on the Workout Meal Plans on RealJock and the Forum suggestions for food in your grocery cart. All of the suggestions have been very helpful, and I feel a lot better about what I'm eating already!

    The only thing that I see lacking is a discussion of what to drink with the meals. Are they just assuming we drink water with every meal? How much milk is good during the day? What about juices? I know that juices from concentrate are to be avoided....but what kinds do you recommend?

    Thanks all!


    i recomend getting ur nutrients from food so that u kill 2 birds with one stone, if u drink ur calories u may be taking in more than u should. and water does wonders for you.

    i only drink water, unsweet tea, and nonfat milk (one glass in the morning)
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    Dec 19, 2009 2:56 AM GMT
    i drink warm to hot green tea over 16 ozs a day. keeps metabolism going throughout the day. i mix natural fruit juice cranberry 1/4 cup with 1 1/2 cups of water chill or room temperature. You are right i don't see drinks addressed with meal planning.
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    Dec 19, 2009 2:58 AM GMT
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