Question by xander: Breakfast buzz: How do 9-5 working people enjoy the most important meal of the day when you are in a hurry?
I know that breakfast is the most important meal of the day, but how do someone who works regular office hours 9-5 enjoy a big delicious and healthy breakfast meal when they have to take a bus or the train to work every day? It’s not only the time constraint. What about getting in a morning exercise before work? And how can they enjoy a big breakfast when they know there’s at least 8 hours of work still ahead? No wonder people eat the most during dinner.
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Question by sprees (:: What would be something healthy to eat for dinner after just working out?
I just finished working out and its almost 10pm I have not ate dinner yet so I thought I better eat something because I am a little hungry I will not be going to bed anytime soon probably not till at least 2 am. Just wondering what some healthy options would be to eat for dinner!? I like pasta, and I also was thinking maybe a peanut butter and jelly sandwich? Anyone got any other ideas??! Thanks!!
Answer by Jamie I like to have a blended mix of things. I use water instead of milk (lactose not good for the muscles). Here is what I drink (organic is best)
put into blender: water, flax seed, hemp hearts, one banana, slice of ginger, mixed berries, oatmeal, and some protein powder (put an egg in instead because protein powder isn’t healthy for you).
A peanut butter and banana sandwich is real good too, but dont use the crap white bread, get some good whole grain organic bread!
hope this helps. Oh and dont forget to blend. Its great when its blended because its easy for your body to absorb and you dont need to break down the food.
So basically you want to replenish your body with good organic food. Make sure you include some protein because that will help your muscles recover.
Pasta is good too but its even better about 2 hours before your workout to give you the energy you need (bananas are also good for energy).
Hope this helps
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Question by Mat Goy: If you ate healthy from when you was a kid would you have a natural six pack without working out?
i was wondering if you was a kid and you ate a healthy diet and you ate 6-8 small healthy meals a day and didnt do any workouts other then just being a kid and running around would you have a low enough body fat to have a six pack?
Answer by Dave87gn yes, everyone has a sixpack, most people’s are just covered with layers of fat
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