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    Member edmclaughlin523's Avatar
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    Avocado
    Hummus
    Kale
    Celery
    Salmon

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    Junior Member Annushka's Avatar
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    I found out that diary products are not good on cutting (at least for me)... no fruits except for green apples and grapefruits. Peanut better and crispy rice cakes are my dessert. )))
    Green pepper
    zucchini
    hot pepper to add kick to my meals...
    parsley and salad leaves

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    The constants I'm eating right now are:

    - Eggs! (both whole and pasteurized whites)
    - Chicken breast
    - Nut butters (peanut or almond)
    - frozen veggie mix

    Other proteins I've used are ground turkey, cod, and lean or extra-lean ground beef.

    I did have spinach on my list for quite a while but that has been switched out. Fruit is a rarity so when I do get to have some, it's a positive pleasure. No or very little dairy.

    Everything else varies. Good thing I'm not a picky eater (except for onions). Although, for a period of time, all I ate was chicken, brown rice and broccoli 2 or 3 times a day so if I never have brown rice and broccoli again, I'd be fine with that

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    Ground bison (lower sodium than regular beef)
    cod
    shrimp
    ground turkey
    almonds
    apples
    soy protein

    Very little dairy and low, low sodium

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    3x's a Senior Biggsamus's Avatar
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    Chicken Breast
    Mixed Frozen Veggies
    Eggs
    Oatmeal

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    I eat the same foods whether I am trying to add or drop weight. The only real difference is that I eat more protein and fat when I trying to shed fat and focus more on healthy starches when I am trying to add weight.

    Grass Fed Beef
    Pastured Eggs
    Sweet Potatoes
    Greek Yogurt
    Whey Protein
    Wild Caught Salmon
    All types of Shellfish
    Cruciferous Vegetables
    Berries, Cherries and Plums
    Greens Drink
    Fish Oil

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    Thanks everyone for sharing...saving this thread.

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    Experienced Member dannyjerome0's Avatar
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    Beef Jerky. High protein, low calories. LOTS of sodium, though....

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    online grocery chennai

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    greek yogurt

    Good or bad if cutting? I am new to JEFIT, so hello everyone.

    I am really trying to eat better for breakfast. I eat eggs 2 - 3 times a week (with advocados) and oatmeal (with blueberries or blackberries) once a week. I fall in a trap of eating Oatmega bars on the other days because I bore of eggs daily and I am not really a oatmeal fan (unless instant with stevia. The bars are soy and gluten free and low on sugars. If I could add some greek yogurt with some nuts and an apple, that would be a nice addition.

    Thoughts appreciated.

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