Macro Friendly Healthy Meal Prep for Bodybuilding and Fitness Preperation


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  1. Hi, if possible could you please give me some clear instructions on how long you're cooking that rice/veg for? surely the veg takes far less time than the rice? How do you do them together?

  2. Best food for Asians haha! This video really gave me the idea for my prep. So I am making schezwan chicken fried rice(with mix veggies, beans and eggs in it) for 3 days and the tomato rice(with chicken, mix veggies and eggs in it) next three days. I am alternating these two dishes every three days and also changing the kind of veggies, seasonings to keep variety. 🙂

    I am afraid of making it for an entire week at once 😛

  3. Absolutely delicious! Made a huge batch of this and your chilli con carne and ended up with a months supply of healthy frozen lunches. Tastes great, no prepping lunch and saving me a small fortune. Good effort fella!

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  5. Hey, would you say a full fat greek yoghurt with less sugar is better or a low fat with more sugar? i consume around 250g most days with oats, walnuts and bananas for a meal. The low fat one has around 15/20g per 250g of yoghurt whilst the other has around 5/10 but more fat. All help welcome! thanks

  6. I need some advice on diet. I have done a clean bulk muscle building diet for the past two weeks and I don't like the results I see on my "smart scale."

    I started at 264.9Lbs, BMI 36.3, Body fat 26.3%, Muscle mass 180.6Lbs, body water 52%, bone mass 9Lbs. Almost 50 years of age.

    2 weeks of small meals consists of high protein, a veg and rice or sweet potato. Shakes, 4 days a week in the gym.

    9 am Breakfast: 4 hard boiled eggs 1 cup coffee. Yogurt or 1/2 avocado.

    11 am Meal: grilled chicken breast, rice 3oz, tsp black beans, tsp red beans, tsp black olives,

    1 pm BPI shake.

    2:30 meal: clean chill (my own ground) 8oz or same as 11am meal.

    5pm meal (pre-workout) pasta, meat sauce from my clean ground.

    6pm workout, post workout Double shake.

    7:30 meal tilapia, small sweet potato. Or two 6oz hamburgers (my own ground).

    Midnight: Shake. Bedtime.

    1 gallon water through out the day.

    After 2 week my fat was up an muscle mass down. I've never been more full or ate this much.

    BMI 36.3 >34.4
    BODY FAT 26.3% <27.5%
    MUSCLE MASS 180.7Lbs >173.7Lbs
    BODY WATER 51.2% >50.8%
    BONE Lbs 9 >8.8
    WEIGHT 264.9 >251.5

    Is this unusual or will this work itself out over the 12 plan that I want to add muscle?

  7. I love that ur using basmati rice. It's my favourite and from our country. Also thank for properly telling quantities unlike conventional chefs. This recipe so Indian lol


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