Feb 8, 2013
In order of their relative effect on satiety, here’s the list: 1) Protein 2) Fat 3) Carbohydrates. Especially those of you doing the Whole30, in order to minimize your cravings for sweet/salty/wheat-flled foods, fill up early and often on protein. Ideally consume high quality animal protein sources that also have good concentrations of fat, i.e. chicken thighs, fatty fish, and well marbled cuts of grass-fed beef, such as ribeye.
If you eat a breakfast of eggs, veggies, meat, and avocado, you will have no issues making it lunch without snacking. consume a huge salad with as many different veggies as you can on it, top it off with olive oil and balsamic vinegar, and cover the whole thing with grilled chicken breast (whole foods salad bar, anyone?) and making it through to dinner will be breeze. Lastly, cook dinner like your mom used to make- meat, veggies, and (sweet)potatoes. You will be fueled for the gym and full between meals, making adherence to the structure of the Whole30 a much, much easier task.
Slow Cooker Chicken and Gravy
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EZ Strength 2.0
100 Double Unders
40 Ball Sams
20 Box Jumps