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Posted by: Jakes | 2009/10/13

RE: Gym Diet

Thanks for your reply. I went thru the website and foloowed the instructions and guidlines and basically work out something for myself. It excludes Dinner but is it more or less in the right direction?

Week 1

BREAKFAST
1 x cup Cornflakes
1 x boiled egg
1/2 cup milk
MID MORNING
1 x apple
2 x Pro Vita' s
1 x boiled egg
LUNCH
1/2 cup orange juice
1 x chicken breast
1/2 cup vegetables
2 x slices brown bread toasted
White Rice
MID AFTERNOON
1 x banana
LATE NIGHT
1 x yogurt

Week 2

BREAKFAST
1 x cup Oats
1 x boiled egg
1/2 cup milk
MID MORNING
1 x apple
1 x brann muffin
1 x boiled egg
LUNCH
1/2 cup apple juice
1/2 tin tuna
1/2 cup vegetables
2 x slices brown bread toasted
Macaroni
MID AFTERNOON
1 x banana
LATE NIGHT
1 x yogurt

Week 3

BREAKFAST
1 x cup All Brann
1 x boiled egg
1/2 cup milk
MID MORNING
1 x apple
2 x rice cakes
1 x boiled egg
LUNCH
1/2 cup orange juice
1 x chicken breast
1/2 cup vegetables
2 x slices brown bread toasted
Brown Rice
MID AFTERNOON
1 x banana
LATE NIGHT
1 x yogurt

Week 4

BREAKFAST
1 x cup Oats
1 x boiled egg
1/2 cup milk
MID MORNING
1 x apple
1 x brann muffin
1 x boiled egg
LUNCH
1/2 cup apple juice
1/2 tin tuna
1/2 cup vegetables
2 x slices brown bread toasted
Spaghetti
MID AFTERNOON
1 x banana
LATE NIGHT
1 x yogurt

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Our expert says:
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Dear Jakes
Your food intake looks reasonable and should provide sufficient energy for your physical activity. However, I would caution you against having 2 eggs every day of the week. According to the SA Heart Foundation, South Africans should not eat more than 4 eggs per week! Substitute cottage cheese (low-fat) and fish for some of these eggs to keep your cholesterol levels down.
Best regards
DietDoc

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Posted by: DietDoc | 2009/10/13

Dear Jakes
Your food intake looks reasonable and should provide sufficient energy for your physical activity. However, I would caution you against having 2 eggs every day of the week. According to the SA Heart Foundation, South Africans should not eat more than 4 eggs per week! Substitute cottage cheese (low-fat) and fish for some of these eggs to keep your cholesterol levels down.
Best regards
DietDoc

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