What I Typically Eat In A Day

You don't need to feel full in order to give your body the fuel it needs.

I made this video, thwarting one technical difficulty after the other, to prove a point: You can eat five meals a day, while keeping the calories down, all while providing your body with the fuel it needs in order to sustain your life functions. You don't need to feel full in order to give your body the fuel it needs. You should be drinking plenty of water. That may help you to feel somewhat full without negatively impacting your goals, but feeling full should not be your goal. Providing yourself with an adequate amount of healthy food should be.

The reason this video looks like it was shot in a bunker is because the antique light fixture in my living room had finally decided it was time to stop providing me with light. Damn shame. It's an ornate thing. The sort of thing they just don't make anymore. Until my landlord replaces it with something more modern, plain, and boring, I am using a makeshift spotlight which makes me look like a fugitive on the run.

Anyway, enough of my bellyaching.

Below is a table that lists what I eat on a typical day. Rather than simply look at the table, I hope you take a few minutes to watch the accompanying video in this blog post. Despite my complaints about making it, I had a lot of fun with this one.

This table may be cut off if viewing on a mobile device. If so, you should be able to swipe it back and forth to see all the content.

MealDescriptionCalories
Meal 1Protein
Shake and
Orange
187
Meal 2Ham, apple,
and peanuts
 330
Meal 3Yogurt120
Meal 4Chicken
Fajita
250
Meal 5Turkey
Burger and
veggies
305
 Total
calories:
1192

 You can find other suggestions meals that you might like to incorporate into your diet on the Recipes page. If you any any recipe sugestions, or any comments at all, I'd love to hear from you. Please feel, free to contact me.