Message from Fox in Fitness #nutrition

2018-01-29 00:39:23 UTC  

How bad is it to not eat all day and then eat one huge meal?

2018-01-29 00:42:23 UTC  

There have been studies actually showing benefits to that kind of diet.

2018-01-29 00:42:54 UTC  

Im not sure how beneficial it is if youre trying to gain weight though.

2018-01-29 00:43:50 UTC  

I eat my largest meal in the morning because I need the energy for my job

2018-01-29 00:44:06 UTC  

Then I eat a light meal for dinner

2018-01-29 00:49:13 UTC  

That's OMAD nigga

2018-01-29 00:49:50 UTC  

I'm not trying to gain weight right now

2018-01-29 00:50:28 UTC  

I'm also not doing this as a diet. More because I'm sick right now and haven't been in the mood to eat.

2018-01-29 01:28:44 UTC  

I do this by accident as well

2018-01-29 01:28:55 UTC  

Not the best strategy to gain I think

2018-01-29 02:17:17 UTC  

@Jacob it's called intermittent fasting and it will improve your health and increase your lifespan.

2018-01-29 03:15:14 UTC  


2018-02-01 22:35:24 UTC  
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2018-02-08 06:37:10 UTC  

Grilled cod, whole grain couscous, sautéed tomatoes and squash

2018-02-10 16:11:14 UTC  


2018-02-10 19:45:20 UTC  

What do you all think of intermittent fasting and extended fasting?

2018-02-10 19:45:36 UTC  

I was thinking about doing a 6 or 8 hour eating window on days I lift, and then fasting all day on my rest day

2018-02-10 21:40:44 UTC  

10/10 would recommend

2018-02-11 00:40:23 UTC  

@here rec for a high quality BCAA supplement?

2018-02-11 00:40:59 UTC  

Red meat.

2018-02-11 00:59:30 UTC  


2018-02-11 07:09:56 UTC  

Scivation Xtend

2018-02-11 07:10:01 UTC  


2018-02-11 07:10:07 UTC  

Green apple flave

2018-02-11 07:10:43 UTC  
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2018-02-11 21:29:38 UTC

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2018-02-11 21:29:50 UTC  

Week 1

2018-02-11 21:31:01 UTC  

Chicken leg quarter, about 3.35 oz of pork, handful of watercress, white mushrooms and a ridiculous helping of brown whole grain rice + lentils.

2018-02-11 23:21:33 UTC  

Hell yeah

2018-02-11 23:34:14 UTC  

How did you prepare the chicken? It looks good

2018-02-11 23:45:57 UTC  

It was pre-seasoned. Put it on a tray with some foil, salt + pepper and olive oil, covered it and let it bake for ~30 minutes.

2018-02-11 23:46:06 UTC  

Nice and juicy.

2018-02-12 22:22:03 UTC  

Damn I have to look into buying chicken quarters. Looks real good

2018-02-13 00:01:41 UTC  

Not impressed by the amount of meat on the one that I ate today tbh

2018-02-13 00:01:51 UTC  

was tasty tho

2018-02-13 00:55:07 UTC  

I thought that was a platypus with eyebrows in the top of the pic but it's a dog

2018-02-16 04:39:53 UTC  

Would you guys say that organic food is the way to go?

2018-02-16 04:56:15 UTC  

I buy organic when I can afford it