Idealized current daily diet

(As of 9-1-2020. Should probably add more greens in the mid-morning.)

  • Total water for the day:
    • 160 oz. (with ~2 Tbsp baking soda)
  • Immediately in the morning:
    • 8 oz lemon water in the morning
    • Oatmeal
      • 2/3 cups dry oatmeal
      • 1/3 cup frozen blueberries
      • 1/6 cup dark baking chocolate
  • By mid-morning:
    • 32 oz. of coffee
    • Irish omelette
      • 1 large potato
      • 4 eggs
      • ½ cup cheddar cheese
      • 2 Tbsp butter
  • After first workout:
    • Protein shake
      • 1 banana
      • 2 scoops of Muscle Milk protein powder (chocolate)
      • 1/3 cup frozen blueberries
      • 16 oz whole milk
    • Vitamins
      • Fish oil – 3 capsules * 1000 mg / capsule
      • Vitamin D3 – 5000 IU
      • Vitamin C – 1000 mg
      • B-Complex – 1 tablet, Nature’s Bounty brand at Kroger
      • Magnesium – 400 mg
      • Zinc – 50 mg
      • Turmeric – 1000 mg
      • Spirulina – 83 mg (1/6 of 500 mg serving)
      • Iodine (Kelp) – 225 mcg
    • Lunch
      • 4 eggs
      • 1 Tbsp butter
      • 1 serving mashed potatoes
        • 1 large potato
        • 1 Tbsp butter
        • 1/2 cup milk
  • Mid-afternoon meal:
    • 4 eggs
    • 1 Tbsp butter
    • Oatmeal
      • 2/3 cups dry oatmeal
      • 1/3 cup frozen blueberries
      • 1/6 cup dark baking chocolate
  • After second workout:
    • Protein shake
      • 1 banana
      • 2 scoops of Muscle Milk protein powder (chocolate)
      • 1/3 cup frozen blueberries
      • 16 oz whole milk
    • Dinner
      • Bag of broccoli
      • 4 eggs
      • 2 Tbsp butter
      • 1 serving mashed potatoes
        • 1 large potato
        • 1 Tbsp butter
        • 1/2 cup milk
  • Before bed:
    • 8 oz. hot milk
    • 1 mg melatonin

Lately my body has been teaching me the importance of not eating within a couple hours of bedtime. Makes a big difference to eat dinner by 7 and then eat nothing afterward. This means beginning the second workout of the day around 4 or 5, which isn’t always an option, but right now it’s ideal.

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37 Responses to Idealized current daily diet

  1. MM says:

    Gross but yeah pretty healthy. Add fermented foodz, monounsaturated fat, and moar D3.

    -pickles
    -sauerkraut
    -olives
    -avocado or premade guac for convenience (most sucks, the “good foods” brand chunky is tasty)

    You also forgot your day drinking regimen and how many packs of cigs.

  2. MM says:

    >160 oz. (with ~2 Tbsp baking soda)
    >8 oz lemon water in the morning

    So on one hand you are making water basic, on the other acidic…

    Assuming that it is something other than the acid in the lemon water (lemon oil is anti estrogenic like broccoli) it may be best to grate the peels (just the yellow, no white) and eat them (you cold grate them onto your broccoli, make sure to add oil for absorption). Or do both I guess.

  3. MM says:

    Get a rice cooker and cook a bigass pot of white rice in the morning. Add lots of olive oil, onion powder, garlic powder, salt, pepper, and lemon juice (1 small lemons juice per cup uncooked rice or so imo), to taste. Consume with kalamata olives.

    Fucking delicious, you can very quickly warm and eat throughout day, solves your monounsaturated fat deficient, and removes that horrible oatmeal.
    (and you workout alot so who cares about quick ass carb absorption. Its probably better for your workouts)

  4. Aeoli Pera says:

    I miss the beef but this diet is about 30% cheaper and I’d like to work the kinks out of the homesteading diet years before actually going off the grid.

  5. Mycroft Jones says:

    Oatmeal is good fiber. A friend has improved his arthritis by eating lots of oatmeal every day. Also whole wheat has lots of good fibre. Eat it in the form of couscous or tabouli salad, or bulgur wheat, you get the benefits of whole wheat. Bulgur wheat is tastier and more nutritious than rice, and easier to prepare. Add saturated fats and onions and garlic, and you’re set.

    • MM says:

      N=1

      >whole wheat has lots of good fibre

      Wheat germ aglutinate is a neurotoxic lectin. The processed white bread is far superior in these regards… but this is comment is pointless. People believe what they believe and offering a counter is paradoxically just reinforcement unless you bring social pressure to bare.

      Its actually kind of funny, isn’t it? How stupid we all are.

  6. Bardelys the Magnificent says:

    You really are a potato nigger, aren’t you?

  7. Eik says:

    >All those close together meals
    Do you not believe in protein refractory period or have you just not heard about it?.

  8. another handle says:

    Caution on a couple things:
    1) I’ve run into inflammation issues with 6-12 eggs per day; think its the egg whites
    2) Also run out of iron from not eating enough red meat; iron skillet helps; totally de-energizes you

    I like the Any Lab Test now $50 vitamin profile test for tuning supplementation.

    • Aeoli Pera says:

      >I’ve run into inflammation issues with 6-12 eggs per day; think its the egg whites

      I’ve had troubles before too, but they cleared up when I switched to organic eggs and started eating more fiber.

      >Also run out of iron from not eating enough red meat; iron skillet helps; totally de-energizes you

      Now I’m worried.

      >I like the Any Lab Test now $50 vitamin profile test for tuning supplementation.

      I can’t justify it without an income but definitely interested for future. Looks like they do Covid too.

      • MM says:

        >Now Im worried.

        Dont be. Look how much iron is in eggs. And its the bioavailable kind. You are also a NW yuropeon

        Actually, do be. For the opposite reason.

        Look into iron and alzheimers. See what happens to women who stop menstruating early. I wasnt kidding about me getting leeches or about the damned things dying in the mail. My blood is a thick viscous glue that is basically black with a taste so incredibly strong of iron it worries me greatly. I unfortunately eat about as much red meat as possible :(

        #drainyourblood
        #sendmeyourleeches

        Ps vitamin C will skyrocket the absorption of iron. Have fun with multivitamins broccoli and eggs eggs eggs. I cant think how you could get much more of the shit with just food if you tried. Ewww+gross.

        (Half satire but not)

      • Another handle says:

        The lab test costs as much as two bottles of supplements.

        Scale your test frequency to make it pay off.

  9. MM says:

    total:
    7 tbsp butter- 700 cals; 80.6 grams fat
    1 and 1/3 cup dry oatmeal- 377 calories. 6.24 grams fat. 15.6 grams protein. 65.9 grams carbs
    1/3 cup dark baking chocolate (assuming unsweetened)- 379 calories. 39.5 grams fat. 22.56 grams carbs 9.76 grams protein.
    1 and 1/3 cup frozen blueberries- 103 calories 24.5 grams carbs. 1 gram fat. .8 gram protein
    3 large potatoes (3 to 4 inch diameter)- 800 calories (-50 to account for skin and related loss) 180 grams carbs. 20 grams protein. 1 gram fat
    1/2 cup cheddar cheese- 228 calories. 18.7 grams fat. 14 grams protein
    2 bananas (assuming medium) 200 calories 54 grams carbs
    4 scoops muscle milk protein powder (assuming OG muscle milk and not the whey isolate, etc)- 620 calories.24 g fat. 64 g protein 36 grams carbs
    48 ounces whole milk- 876 cals 47.5 grams fat 66 grams carbs 47 grams protein
    16 eggs- 1184 calories. 80 grams fat. 101 grams protein
    broccoli- who gives a fuck

    TOTAL TOTAL:

    calories: 5476
    fat: 298.5 g
    carbs: 449 g
    protein: 272.2 g

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