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Four Hour Body

Page history last edited by Dave Raftery 10 years, 5 months ago

 

1/2 cup beans per meal.

Cod liver oil is ok; it is a good fat, not a carb.

Mix canned tomatoes with beans. Make sure no sugar in tomatoes.

 

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Lunches and dinner are a snap: throw a handful of chicken, a handful of awesome frozen veggies, and black beans into the same pan and fry em' up with Mac Nut Oil. SUPER GOOD. Takes like 5 minutes to prepare.

 

 

  1. 2 18 packs of eggs (they go quick).
  2. Jennie-O Turkey sausages (10g protein per two)
  3. A lot of salsa. My fav is Salsa Lisa Roasted Chipotle.
  4. 5 cans of seasoned black beans (throw a dash of cinnamon in them to make them really tasty).
  5. 5 cans of jalapeno refried beans
  6. 2 bags of Market Pantry pre cooked chicken strips from Target.
  7. 10 bags of Green Giant "Healthy Colors" and "Healthy Blends" Steamers (obviously no potato blends, etc.) These are SO good. It's also the perfect amount to split between two people.
  8. Almond Butter. A small spoonful if you're hungry has hurt me at all. And Tim is right, a spoonful before bed does wonders for morning grogginess (prevents low blood sugar in the morning).
  9. Sriracha. Good in the beans and on eggs.
  10. Macadamia Nut Oil. It's spendy, but trust me. You'll never go back.

 

 

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