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The BEST Homemade Protein Bar Recipe in the WORLD!

March 6th, 2013 24 comments – In this video, I’m showing you how to prepare tasty and inexpensive protein bars. These bars are easy to make and are way more floavorful than sugar packed commercial protein bars.

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HCG Friendly Meal Plans| Cooking Tutorials| Weightloss (Highly Requested)

February 20th, 2013 25 comments

FYI: I am no longer on the hcg diet on the diet I lost a total of 22.9lbs. Although i’m no longer on the diet I still follow some of the meal plans just using more protein. This plus exercise has help me keep the weight off and maintain for over a year now.

Hope this video is helpful to those of you wanting to start your journey.

This video has been highly requested for me to do tutorials on how to prepare meals that can be used on the hcg diet. The good thing about theses tutorials is it can be used in any diet or weightloss program. It a great way to lose weight and keep it off.

Your able to do whatever you put your mind to so set your goals and stick them out even if you fall of track get right back on.

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What should a meal plan for an athlete be for proper nutrition?

February 20th, 2013 1 comment

I’m thinking of trying 6 meals a day and making sure to add in snacks pre and post workouts, i’m just not sure what foods to eat. Most people think I eat a lot in restaurants but I don’t think i’m eating enough. Most think I’m eating super healthy, but I don’t think I’m eating right. I’m highly athletic, and showing major signs of malnutrition. I’m always hungry right after I eat. And I eat typically 2 times a day. Every morning I eat a big jug of freshly squeezed vegetables and fruits, most days I forget lunch, and an example of dinner might be a stir fry or cheese and rice crackers or I go out since I’m usually away from home and order something healthy but not organic like I prefer. I can’t eat most dairy or any gluten. I eat raw salmon about twice a week. I don’t think I’m getting enough complex carbs, or protein, or fats in my diet. I can’t afford meat, other than salmon and shrimps and an occasional chicken. Since I’m so active how can i manage to eat enough during a day, and what should my meal plan at each meal consist of?

Minimally you should be eating three meals and three snacks. Have eggs at breakfast or rice bread toasted with peanut butter. Eat more beans – canned beans are very inexpensive, and if you can learn to cook the beans yourself from the dried beans they are even less expensive, are great protein and are very nutritious. Start making some of your own breads using a variety of the flours that you can use – almond flour, rice flour and so on. Eat plenty of fruits and vegetables. Eat your salmon and shrimp at least 5 or 6 times a week.

Is there anyway I can avoid the meal plan at University of Virginia?

February 16th, 2013 1 comment

I’m not interested in, and have no intention of paying for, the meal plan for any of the four undergraduate years at University of Virginia. Is there anyway that I can avoid it for all four years?

It looks to me as if you can avoid it after your first year. During your first year, though, it appears to be required. Which means that unless you can provide medical or possibly religious documentation to the effect that your dietary needs cannot possibly be met by the dining services people — and that’s going to be hard, because I’ve heard of some pretty complicated medical needs being managed by dining services on university campuses — you’re stuck. You only need to pay for 13 meals a week for your first semester and 10 for your second.

How to Meal Plan

February 13th, 2013 25 comments

This IS a very requested video… I share the basics of what I do rather often but in this video I really show how I get to my ideas, etc.

Here is more detail on the recipe binders:
And for a detailed organizational video & tour of our pantry:

See what this grocery haul looked like:

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Meal plan 6 pack abs diet cutting for summer

February 7th, 2013 24 comments

Just take your time while cutting never quit anyone can lose 1-2 lbs per week thats 52-104lbs of fat per year even if you dont end up reaching the physique you wanted this summer dont quit because you will reach it for next summer.

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Do you know of a good vegetarian bulking meal plan?

February 4th, 2013 1 comment

I am looking for a quality vegetarian bulking meal plan that does not include protein shakes. I want to eat whole foods. I’m having a hard time finding a good one and could use some help.

You can always look it up online.

Do you know of a good vegetarian bulking meal plan?

February 2nd, 2013 1 comment

I am looking for a quality vegetarian bulking meal plan that does not include protein shakes. I want to eat whole foods. I’m having a hard time finding a good one and could use some help.

Plant foods contain the very same eight amino acids as animal foods
do, only in differing amounts. As long as you are getting enough
calories from a healthy diet, plant foods can give you all the amino
acids you need, by themselves or in combination with one another.
Here is a list of foods that contain all of the essential amino acids,
meaning they complete proteins:
GRAINS – Brown rice, oats (cereals – oatmeal, granola, etc.) millet,
corn, barley, bulghur, wheat (including whole wheat bread, pastas,
cereals, flour, etc.)
LEGUMES – Green peas, lentils, chick peas, alfalfa sprouts, mung
beans, and beans of all kinds (kidney, lima, aduki, navy beans, soy
beans and products made from them; e.g., tofu, textured vegetable
protein granules [Textured Soy Protein], tempeh, soy milks), peanuts,
GREENS – Broccoli, collards, spinach, etc.
NUTS AND SEEDS – Almonds, cashews, walnuts, filberts, pistachios,
pecans, macadamias and nut butters made from these. Sunflower seeds,
sesame seeds (including tahini butter made from ground sesame seeds),
pumpkin seeds, etc.
Combining protein rich foods does increases the protein absorption by
about 30%, and thus variety is always the best strategy in a vegan
Bellow are classic vegan high protein combinations. These protein rich
combinations are meant to replace meat and dairy products your diet.
Two ample helpings of any of the following combinations average 15 to
35 grams of high quality protein.
Corn Tacos with Pinto Beans
Oat Bran Muffins with Soymilk
Brown Rice with Green Peas and Tofu
Tempeh Burgers on Whole Wheat Bun
Whole Grain Bread with Peanut Butter and Jelly
Tofu Yogurt with Walnuts
Tofu Cutlets with Green Beans Almondine
Sunflower Pate & Sprouts on Pita
Meatless (textured soy protein) Loaf with Tahini Dressing
Noodles with Sesame Seeds
Oatmeal with Sunflower Seeds
Brown Rice with Almonds & Cashews
Avocado, Sprouts & Almond Butter on Whole Wheat Bread
Corn or Wheat Flakes w/ Chopped Almonds & Filberts
Chickpea Hummus (made w/Sesame Seed Butter) on Pita

What is a good meal plan if I want to loose weight?

January 31st, 2013 2 comments

I’m looking on loosing 10 pounds. What’s a good meal plan I can follow to drop weight? Any suggestions on what to eat?

The paleo/primal diet is perfect for weight loss. It involves eating all real foods, no processed foods, no dairy, no grains, and no legumes. It will teach your body how to burn fat instead of carbohydrates and you will loose body fat.

How to Plan Meals for the Day – HASfit Planning Meals – Healthy Meal Planning – 5 Meals Diet

January 30th, 2013 24 comments

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