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  • Blond Beast
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    Copycat KFC gravy

    Olive oil, water, chicken & beef stock ( I use powder ) and corn starch, bring to a boil until desired thickness is achieved. This makes a great gravy that is low in fat and mimicked the KFC one very closely. You don’t need that much olive oil. But that’s also good fats. You can use flour instead of cornstarch but you need to brown the flour in the heated pot with the Olivia oil first.

    This can help you get down those bowls of chicken and rice. Sometimes I use sum oven baked fries, a bit of cheese, the gravy and shredded chicken to make a high protein poor mans poutine.

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  • RobiN0963
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    Thank you for sharing, but I prefer salmon instead of tuna. It is also delicious. You should try!

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  • DennisMay
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    I love salmon and think it's a very nice tipe of product that every sportsmen should eat! Here is a short article: Salmon. This oily fish is packed with lean, muscle-building protein and omega-3 fatty acids, which reduces the inflammation that can happen with continual athletic activity. It is also a natural artery cleanser, helping to prevent heart disease, which can affect even the most active people. Get creative and enjoy salmon in burgers, salads or pastas to get the recommended eight ounce serving per week.

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  • DennisMay
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    Originally posted by Enteroctopus View Post
    Usually, while in training regime, I start the day with one flacon of Chinese Ginseng. It’s good for normalizing and increasing the level of testosterone. Also, it inflames the central nerve system.
    While testing different sorts of food, I discovered that muesli mixed with 5 cocoa beans and a spoon of honey is a really nice beginning of the day. Simple and clean. This is my first meal of the day.
    I like to eat sweet fresh fruits till lunch. If too much hungry, may take a protein waffle or some mixed nuts, or even both. Amino’s after the morning training for sure.
    Then’s the lunch – veggies like tomatoes and salad with olive oil. Chicken with rice and spices that don’t really provoke stomach issues. No spice! No alcohol!
    The afternoon snack is the same or similar to the one after breakfast.
    Dinner for a winner… fish soup, high fiber bread and etc…
    Water I drink normally – 4L/day, now 5.
    I had this problem with waking up with hunger. I solve it by drinking milk and honey.
    If overtraining – ZnMgB6 or Melatonin.
    totally agree about the muesli. "Experts suggest endurance athletes boost carbohydrate intake to about 70 percent of their diet to combat fatigue and help them prepare for and stay energized during intense workouts. Granola provides an excellent source of carbs to prepare athletes for grueling workouts."

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  • DennisMay
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    mmm, tuna taco, have never tried it)

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  • Enteroctopus
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    Usually, while in training regime, I start the day with one flacon of Chinese Ginseng. It’s good for normalizing and increasing the level of testosterone. Also, it inflames the central nerve system.
    While testing different sorts of food, I discovered that muesli mixed with 5 cocoa beans and a spoon of honey is a really nice beginning of the day. Simple and clean. This is my first meal of the day.
    I like to eat sweet fresh fruits till lunch. If too much hungry, may take a protein waffle or some mixed nuts, or even both. Amino’s after the morning training for sure.
    Then’s the lunch – veggies like tomatoes and salad with olive oil. Chicken with rice and spices that don’t really provoke stomach issues. No spice! No alcohol!
    The afternoon snack is the same or similar to the one after breakfast.
    Dinner for a winner… fish soup, high fiber bread and etc…
    Water I drink normally – 4L/day, now 5.
    I had this problem with waking up with hunger. I solve it by drinking milk and honey.
    If overtraining – ZnMgB6 or Melatonin.

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  • 4truth
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    Originally posted by TarrenceRoberts View Post
    It takes a lot of time and money to try all this, right?
    It takes time and money to live...

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  • TarrenceRoberts
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    It takes a lot of time and money to try all this, right?

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  • lylia
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    That sounds delicious! I might as well go to the grocery store to get ingredients!

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  • Daxe
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    Food for energy

    Starchy and other forms of carbohydrate provide a source of energy for your body to perform at its best, no matter what your sport or activity.

    In general, the more you exercise, the more carbohydrate you need to include in your daily meals and around exercise.

    A demanding exercise regime will use up your stored energy from carbohydrate quickly, so include some carbohydrate in most of your meals.

    A diet low in carbohydrate can lead to a lack of energy during exercise, loss of concentration, and delayed recovery.

    If you want a lower carbohydrate diet for your sport, you should get specialist advice.

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