If you’ve followed my previous posts then you know that I use intermittent fasting everyday. Here is an article I did on intermittent fasting.
On days I exercise I will have a post-workout meal and then a large dinner.
On days I don’t exercise I just have a large dinner.
After many years of trial and error I have found that this way of eating works best for me.
But everyone is different and you should experiment to find out what works best for you.
And I have a couple meals a week where I’m more lax with my diet.
Today I ran 7 miles and did some resistance training so my post-workout meal consisted of:
- 1 cup of organic chicken bone broth
- 1 1/2 rau cacao drinks
Bone broth is great for your joints, bones, gut, skin while raw cacao is a terrific source of antioxidants, vitamins, and minerals.
If I don’t have any bone broth on hand then I’ll have a couple scoops of collagen hydrolysate. Here’s an article I did on the benefits of using collage hydrolysate.
I have the bars because I need to make sure I’m getting enough calories when working out.
And these bars are both low in sugar, and high in protein. Dale’s bars are raw, gluten-free, contain no gmo’s and are about 90% organic while paleo bars contain no gluten, gmo’s, grains, or dairy.
- romaine lettuce
- beet greens
- cherry tomato
- yellow bell pepper
- clover sprouts
- white onion
- slice of turmeric, and ginger
Everything was organic except the jicama
- Roughly 2 tbsp. of apple cider vinegar
- tbsp. turmeric
- tbsp. Ceylon cinnamon
- tbsp. cayenne, black pepper
- tbsp. stevia
There you go. This is my last day of tracking my diet. This is what works best for me.
Hopefully, This might give you some ideas if you’re struggling with your diet or looking for a new way to approach eating.
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