Im on diet for like a 3 4 months now. Im bulking btw
100g oatmeal and 5 eggs
After traingng: 60g protein and 1 banana
100g rice and 100g white meat
the same but less meat
And thats it. Im not writing about my salats bcs its different.
Sometimes i eat fish insted, or any other meat, but the point is to eat enough and to be in surplus.
Im eating healthy fats too
In my opinion, and what have worked for me is not a diet, but a lifestyle change. Unless you have specific goals that need to met within a certain time frame, like in a competition, I feel "diet" isn't realistic and is temporarily, you might lose a couple lbs but your mind set is "I'm on this diet, eating this garbage food, I can't wait to lose this weight" so in turn you will eventually gain the weight back, and what needs to change is the lifestyle, if you're having soda 3x a day, start cutting it down to 2x then 1x, and then 0. If you're eating fried food every meal of the day, start cutting it down meal by meal, start incorporating realistic healthier alternative food that is accessible to you and once you get used to it, you're now on a healthier lifestyle that will most likely last longer than a "diet" in my opinion. Good luck!
Prepare more of your own meals. Cooking more meals at home can help you take charge of what you’re eating and better monitor exactly what goes into your food. You’ll eat fewer calories and avoid the chemical additives, added sugar, and unhealthy fats of packaged and takeout foods that can leave you feeling tired, bloated, and irritable, and exacerbate symptoms of depression, stress, and anxiety.
Does It Match My Eating Style?
If the plan encourages six meals daily and you struggle to eat two, chances are you won't last on the diet, no matter how healthy it is. Look for a diet that matches the way you like to eat, and ask yourself:
Can this diet accommodate my travel or dining-out patterns?
Does it have a family-friendly approach that everyone in the household can follow?
Does it require special preparation and cooking?
Can I stick to the timing and/or recommended number of meals/snacks?