What's your diet like?

I want to know how everyone eats on this forum. I don’t know, I’ve been taking an interest in what goes into my body for the last few years since I use to eat garbage despite exercising regularly.

For me, I eat a lot of lean meat (such as Chicken, or turkey), leafy greens, white cheeses, oatmeal, yogurt, seasonal fruit. and homemade bread. Love cooking bread for some reason. Especially ciabatta.

Plus there’s a lot with chicken you CAN do. I’ll never get tired of chicken and spinach and putting it in everything. Much to my boyfriend’s dismay (girls gotta let it air out, right?)

what about you all?

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I’m kind of a meat and potato kind of guy. I like to eat a lot of sandwiches, drink some beer, and stuff like that.

Not exactly healthy, I know. I’m getting on in years and I think I might need to start changing my diet before it all goes to hell come my 30’s. Do you recommend any sort of diet or anything I should be doing? Add more veggies or something?

I was very careless about my diet. I was skipping lunch while being at university as student. During my master there, my schedule was from 9A.M to 9P.M. I got the degree but I lost my health. So, now I’m very conscious and try to eat healthy.
Protein(Eggs), Vitamin C(fresh juices), Vitamin E(Capsules), Omega 3(Fish) is must on daily basis. Rest comes with routine. And yah, I never forget water.

Well, I’m very conscious about what I eat or drink after having a bad-health phase.
Our lives have make us ignore ourselves. We work so hard to earn money and hardly spend more than 5-7 percent on good food. All of our money goes into fancy cars, clothes and buying fuel for these.
My day start with full glass of water.
Breakfast would be mango/banana milkshake, 3 bread slice and one egg
Snakes are in-between meals and mostly are fresh fruits, juices
Don’t take me wrong. I love junk food and that’s mostly in evening snak but I try to have real food rather than macdonald’s burger.

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