Wake up around 8AM: Drink coffee
8:45: Do workout from here:http://www.sexforums...ive-been-using/
9AM: [Meal 1] 3-4 eggs fried (daily), 1-2 oz of bacon or ground beef (3-4 times/week), 1/2-3/4 cup canned beans (1-2 times/week), Fish oil (capsule), Vitamin D3 (capsule)
Noon: [Meal 2] Leftover meat (4-8oz) and a pile green vegetable usually with some extra virgin olive oil on the veg. I always make enough for dinner to have leftovers for lunch.
1:50PM: [Pre Workout] Apple (sometimes) + 5-10g protein powder + 5g Leucine + 2.5g Vitamin C
2:00PM: [During workout] workout, during which I drink 5-10g protein powder + 5g Leucine + 2.5g Vitamin C
3:30PM: [Post workout snack] A little meat (3-4oz) or a half scoop of protein (But only if I can't get real food)
7:00PM: [Meal 3] 6-10 oz of meat, pile of green vegetable, roasted root veg, 1-2TBSP extra virgin oil, fish oil, vitamin D3
10:00PM: [Meal 4] Jerky, pepperoni, sardines, tuna (about 2-4oz of meat), maybe some cheese or natural peanut butter
Sometimes between meal 1 and meal 2 I'll have some cottage cheese and blueberries.
Meat* = Beef (often), Chicken (less often than beef), Pork (less often than Chick), Turkey, Lamb, Fish (usually cold-water), deer, bison**
Green Vegetable** = Asparagus, Broccoli, Fresh Green Bean, Spinach, Kale, Collar/Mustard Greens, Onions, Peppers, Tomato, Peas (or any combination)
Root Veg = Potato, Sweet Potato, Butternut Squash, Acorn Squash, Rutabaga
If I have sauce with any of my food, I usually make it from scratch to keep most of the sugar out. I salt and pepper most pieces of meat and the green vegetable; I don't eat much in the way of processed food so adding salt is actually necessary for me to get the amount a physically active person should.
*I don't get really picky with fatty versus not fatty cuts of meat. I actually prefer fatty cuts as the fat in meat is quite good for hormone production in active individuals - along with avocado, coconut oil, extra virgin oil, and a small bit of fat from dairy and eggs. The exception is when I don't really trust where the meat came from. For example, when I buy Tyson chicken, I'll usually just get breasts as the fat is where most of the bad shit is stored in animals that have questionable upbringing.
**List is not exhaustive, but includes most of what I eat.