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Nutrition Thread #2 - Food Ideas

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Purpose of this thread is to help people identify good foods to eat when concerned about health/fitness/weight gain/weigh loss and in particular, Bodybuilding.

For maximum results, you should take some hints from ideas in this thread and utilise it with the theory and properly constructed diet plan as explained in the Nutrition Thread

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1. When posting a picture of food, please list all ingredients and the total calorie content and macronutrient breakdown of the meal.
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I'll start it off

-200g Kangaroo Mince
-100g Broccoli
-100g Avocado

- 445 Calories
- 47g Protein
- 7g Carbs
- 25g Fats

 

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-150g Kangaroo Steak
-300g Basmati Rice
-1 Tomato
-100g Yoghurt

-770 Calories
-50g Protein
-119g Carbs
-5g Fat

 

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Got some kangaroo steak today, will give it a try for lunch tomorrow.
 

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Got some kangaroo steak today, will give it a try for lunch tomorrow.
It has a weird taste by itself. It all comes down to how you cook it. Experiment with some marinades (making sure their low sugar etc). Its a great source of protein and cheap, but a lot of people cook it once eat it with some bbq sauce and are turned off by the taste.

Hama, I know your diet differs to mine a fair bit in terms of carb intake, but would that be an evening meal or a post gym meal?
 

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I haven't got a recipe or anything to add, but this might belong here.

When I want to work out my macros and all that jazz, although not always 100%, I always check CalorieKing, here's an example:

Calories in Macro Meats, Game: Kangaroo, Mince, raw

1 x 100g serving

Calories 103 ( Kilojoules 429 )

Total Fat - 1.3g - 2% DI
Saturated Fat - 0.3 g - 2% DI

Cholesterol 0g - 0% DI

Sodium - 45 mg - 2% DI

Carbohydrate - 0.3 g - 0% DI
Sugars - 0.1g

Dietary Fibre - 0%

Protein - 22.1 g

Kangaroo meat is one of the best meats in terms of nutrients IMO
 

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It has a weird taste by itself. It all comes down to how you cook it. Experiment with some marinades (making sure their low sugar etc). Its a great source of protein and cheap, but a lot of people cook it once eat it with some bbq sauce and are turned off by the taste.

Hama, I know your diet differs to mine a fair bit in terms of carb intake, but would that be an evening meal or a post gym meal?
The Rice/Kangaroo etc is my post gym meal. I workout, have my shake (which has stacks of carbs) come home and cook this and then eat that.
 

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Hama do you mix anything with the kangaroo mince?
 

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I can recommend some resources

- DVD 'hungry for change' - uncovers reasons behind obesity, focuses almost on a paleo-diet as solution. Looks at obesity from the perspective of economics, addiction, and micronutirents.
- Sweet poison by David Gillespie - focuses on evils of sugar. Interestingly most current aussie diet guidelines eliminates sugar as much as possible
- Dr Phil Ultimate Weight Solution - using advice of this was how I lost 50kg myself. In essence, if you want to be a thin person, you must live like a thin person.
 

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I can recommend some resources

- DVD 'hungry for change' - uncovers reasons behind obesity, focuses almost on a paleo-diet as solution. Looks at obesity from the perspective of economics, addiction, and micronutirents.
- Sweet poison by David Gillespie - focuses on evils of sugar. Interestingly most current aussie diet guidelines eliminates sugar as much as possible.

Availiblity? Online.. instore only ? they sound very interesting
 

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Thoughts on turkey? On paper it looks good but never see many people eating it.
 
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