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    Default Healthy Snacks .

    I'm determined to do the right thing when it comes to eating.The training part is easy to me and I love it.I would love some suggestions of snack foods I can pack in my lunch box so I don't get the urge to go to McDonalds for a quickie meal.
    What are some good "between "meal snacks that I should keep in the house?Thank you for the good advice.I'll admit I am terrible when it comes to eating the right thing and I should know better.

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    What about a protein shake with some metimucil in it for a snack? Do you have six meals a day planned out?

    If so, you shouldn't be that hungry if you're eating every two hours. Also, look under the forum 'Muscle Meals' for many ideas.

    Post what you eat normally and we can make some suggestions from there.

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    Thank you princess.I appreciate the tips.People like you are a big help to the newbies.If I post what I eat normaly you'd cringe!LOL but again Thank you so much.I'll be bugging you again once I get my meal plans mapped out.

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    Almonds, walnuts, greek yogurt, cottage cheese...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shadow View Post
    Almonds, walnuts, greek yogurt, cottage cheese...
    Yup, I was just gonna say almonds. My favorite

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    you could eat some granola or some veggie sticks with fat free dressing or a fresh fruit cup...an apple with a spoonful of peanut butter

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    double quarter pounder with cheese, mcchicken, and a diet coke

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    Quote Originally Posted by tiramisu View Post
    double quarter pounder with cheese, mcchicken, and a diet coke
    is a mchicken and quarter pounder really that bad for you, as long as you're working out hard?

    i mean, you want protein, right? i always thought it was good to eat chicken?

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    If you have a lot of muscle and a good metabolism, and eat clean most of the time, fast food isn't going to do too much harm.


    As for snacks, anything protein rich with some good fat.

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    Hey, great tips guys, i have struggled with eating ..everyday, have only been training regularly for 2 1/2 yrs..Now i need to sort the diet! Have dropped 8 kg in 6 weeks trying to lean out.
    At the moment i carry cans of tuna and chicken breast...need something a little more tasty ! LOL

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    Quote Originally Posted by Amondsham54 View Post
    so, I'm just looking for two sorts of snacks. One for my gym game (preworkout) and
    second for before bed(while watching movie).
    If you could suggest me some valuable? regards
    Again this all depends on what your diet and marcos is like:

    -Pre workout you could do chicken, eggs, almonds, protein shake, protein pudding, etc. (you get the idea a good mixture of healthy fats and protein). You could even do a protein bar

    -Watching a movie: Almonds, Can of tuna, protein shake, peanut butter (natural of course), Greek Yogurt and almonds, etc.

    But the big thing here I want to stress is that you should never be "snacking" on a diet. Unless you are not eating enough food during the day and are starving, then you are probably not eating enough meals.

    What is your diet look like, maybe we can help you out?

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    Should try these healthy snacks as you say above, i hope
    these works for me too, i think this is good way to do
    breakfast.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Braeden1 View Post
    Should try these healthy snacks as you say above, i hope
    these works for me too, i think this is good way to do
    breakfast.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Shadow View Post
    Almonds, walnuts, greek yogurt, cottage cheese...
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    almonds are great, but I find myself eating way more than I should.

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    How about this for a snack...egg whites and peanut butter...okay I am dieting and I love this meal.

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