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id be really hungry by the time fedex delvd me lol

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Tigg: Fedex me some overnight....LOL

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blt i have some meat thats sugar free and is full of protein :)

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Lady: I had a similar breakfast about to have some chopped spinich, herring in hot sauce and some carrot straws with some lite dressing. I decided to sort of fast this week for Thanksgiving. With the diabetes, I have to be careful so no fancy meat just fish and veggies, maybe a simple soup and lots of water. No caviar...LOL! I am fucking with Bridge who thinks I am high-faluting or whatever he thinks of us New Yorkers, Manhattanites in particular....LMAO!

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Scrambled egg whites with onion, bell pepper, mushrooms and turkey sausage.

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Natural bodybuilders, for the most part, avoid dairy. Sometimes even in the so-called off-season. Steroid users have more freedom of choices as they have chemicals to enhance their progress although they still have to train as hard and eat well so I have no idea who your trainer is talking about. Bodybuilders, especially competitive ones, will NEVER give protein shakes up until the last several weeks for cutting depending on their conditioning. I know this for a fact. I did thisfor several years.

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Interesting Carrie. I know its a good workout "recovery" drink. Does he encourage you to eat something too? I tend to drink my chocolate milk and not want to eat for several hours after waking, even if I work out first thing in the morning.

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My trainer encouarges my chocolate milk drinking. He says it is a good protein source and a lot of body builder are starting to drink that, instead of a protein shake.

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Eating is like "training." When I started out in bodybuilding, I had to "train" myself to eat five meals per day to complement my weight training. I still eat the same way, only smaller as I don't train with the same intensity and I am older and that makes a huge difference.

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My biggest morning isssue is the smell of food just makes me sick in the mornings. I have never been a fan of cereal.

What I need to do is change my chocolate milk into chocolate protien shakes, I work out and dance almost every morning.

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