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    The Bodybuilders Breakfast

    So here's the deal. I am a professional chef, and I am dedicated to my body. It is my strong belief that taste isn't neccessarily sacrificed just because you watch what you eat.

    So what is a suitable breakfast for a bodybuilder? I have had a few suggestions but not really a variety enough to satisfy my taste buds.

    Anyone, perhaps you could give me more of an idea as to what I should make sure I am taking in diet wise for breakfast, and I can choose the actual foods myself.

    I would also enjoy recipes from everyone, if you have a favorite breakfast. I personally enjoy pancakes, in which I add protein powder to the mix. It's an easy way to get extra protein.
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    good food for a bbers breakfast

    oats
    milk
    eggs
    fruit
    flaxoil
    oliveoil


    i just use things like coco powder to make food taste nicer.
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    Breakfast can be a pretty big meal - you're pulling your body out of 8 hours of inactivity, plus you need fuel for the day. Complex carbs, good protein, and some healthy fats too. Breakfast items can include oatmeal, toast, eggs, protein shakes, anything that fits in there. My personal favorite: 4 egg whites, 3 oz of lean ham, and 1 cup of oatmeal, scrambled up and served with tons of cinammon on top.
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    55g of whey protein and 1 1/2 cup of oats. Yeah, I'm boring, buy hey, it works for me!
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    Lately I've been making this.

    1 pack MRP
    1 whole egg
    1/2 cup oats
    1/2 cup soy milk or skim milk

    mix it up and cook... tastes just like real pancakes. Takes 10 minutes.

    Add 1/4 cup to 1/2 cup of any of the keto type syrups and I get

    55g Protein 40 Carbs 8g Fat
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    On 2 corn tortillas:
    3 egg whites scrambled crumbled up morningstar farms sausage
    top with healthy slice of tomatoes and sprinkle with basil and pepper. Top that with a tablespoon of fresh grated parmesan and bake on 300 for 10 minutes.

    www.morningstarfarms.com. Can be found at any grocery store or buy bulk at costco.

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    Awesome,

    I can see I touched upon a subject here that a lot of us care about. If anyone else has recipes, please share. Knowledge is power.

    I will take some time later to post some of my recipes for dinner entres. I have a recipe for a tuna steak with an orange mango salsa that only has 7 grams of sugar. Its killer. I personally prefer serving it with a heaping portion of steamed broccoli lightly sprinkled with garlic salt. Its very simple to make, and its very tasty. Anyone interested?

    Please note that my culinary specialty has been for the past 3 years low fat cuisine to help people lose weight. It's gonna take me a while to adjust my recipes and pattern of thought to bulking and cutting. It is an entirely different game nutritionally.

    Once I get an idea of what is more appropriate nutritionally for a bodybuilder, I will put together some recipes. I am more than sure that there isnt a single bodybuilder here who wouldnt mind a chef's touch on recipes aimed to help a bodybuilder.

    Keep an eye out for a thread called The Bodybuilders Cookbook. I will post my recipes there.


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    Re: The Bodybuilders Breakfast

    Originally posted by Black Razor
    So here's the deal. I am a professional chef, and I am dedicated to my body. It is my strong belief that taste isn't neccessarily sacrificed just because you watch what you eat.

    So what is a suitable breakfast for a bodybuilder? I have had a few suggestions but not really a variety enough to satisfy my taste buds.

    Anyone, perhaps you could give me more of an idea as to what I should make sure I am taking in diet wise for breakfast, and I can choose the actual foods myself.

    I would also enjoy recipes from everyone, if you have a favorite breakfast. I personally enjoy pancakes, in which I add protein powder to the mix. It's an easy way to get extra protein.
    Hey Black Razor where do you work? I'm also into cooking although I'm not a professional chef but I do know my stuff. My favorite meal is whole wheat pizza with tomato sauce and chicken strips and roasted bell peppers.

    My breakfast consists of a 2 egg omelette (use some sour cream for richness), 2 slices of w/w bread, 1 slice of deli meat, 1 cup of oatmeal (old fashioned style) with some honey and 1 cup of yogurt, 1 glass of juice (usually orange or apple whatever's on sale).

    Here's a picture of my homemade pizza, I made the dough and everything.

    http://forum.bodybuilding.com/attach...postid=2719323
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    Very cool. Looking forward to it Razor.
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    Originally posted by Black Razor
    [B]Awesome,

    I can see I touched upon a subject here that a lot of us care about. If anyone else has recipes, please share. Knowledge is power.

    I will take some time later to post some of my recipes for dinner entres.B]
    Hey Razor; read these articles!

    http://www.johnberardi.com/articles/recipes/index.htm
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    My customized oatmeal :-D

    1/2 cup oats
    4 packets splenda
    1/2 cup blueberries
    1/2 cup fiberone
    1 capful imitation maple flavor
    1/2 scoop of protein powder (preferably vanilla)

    cook the oatmeal first then just plop everything together and mix. I swear I can eat this all day every day, hell, id even choose it over a good pizza (no kiddin!).
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    My breakfast (if not low carbing) usually involves two different meals. Either oatmeal and egg whites, or tuna and egg white omlet packed in two whole wheat torilla's.
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    My Favorite Breakfast

    1 Extra Large Golden Delicious Apple
    1/2 Cup of Oats
    1/4 cup pecans *mixed in oats to complete the proteins and supply efa's*
    12 hard boiled eggwhites
    atkins zero calorie maple syrup and cinnamon mixed in the oatmeal and pecans.
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    yo pimp can u post your recipe or what you do to make that pizza. i have a dough mix that is pretty healthy and want to know what you top with how much etc.. sounds good as hell
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    also simple recipes i make:
    fry some cut up chicken breast in either low fat low sodium chicken broth and lemon juice or a low fat tomato sauce with maybe some cut up tomatoes too... steam whatever vegetables you want, i use onions, brocoli,cauliflower etc mix it up and season if necessary..
    also, to make meatballs, just heat up a pot of tomato sauce (enough to cover your meatballs) then take lean beef and shape tennis ball sized balls or maybe a little smaller. maybe bigger.. i usually do a little smaller than a tennis ball size, keep the sauce boiling slightly for 30-35 mins. check to see if done.. for bigger ones, id try cooking a little longer.. eat with pasta or rice beans..
    also cook chicken and eat it with a sweet potato or eat a piece of fish etc..
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    big bowl of oatmeal, 2 whole eggs, 4-5 turkey slices, multivitamin, fishoil capsul (however you spell that)

    Oh and for me, the oatmeal tasts a lot better with part of the turkey slice in your mouth. The sodium in the turkey makes it taste better . lol
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    Easy Breakfast

    4 Egg Whites, 2 whole eggs
    Ketchup
    Salt/Pepper
    100% whole wheat bread
    skim milk
    orange

    Make scrambled eggs. Add salt/pepper to taste.
    Toast bread, put finished eggs on bread, place ketchup on sandwich.
    Drink the milk, eat the sandwich, eat the orange.In no perticular order.

    'nuff said.
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    My breakfast usually involves.


    1/2 Cup Oats
    4 Giganic Tablespoons of Peanut Butter (Im talking globs)
    1 1/2 Cup Skin Milk
    And 1 scoop of Isomatrix Choc. Protein Powder.

    Throw it all in a blender, add a few pieces of ice to make it even colder and mix for about 30 seconds.

    I'll be hungary in about a hour then i have another big actual breakfast with solid food.
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    12 eggwhites
    1 can tuna
    2 pieces wheat toast
    500ml water
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    I rotate the 2 breakfasts every day (so i can look forward to the next one since they're both good, but would get boring if I had every day)

    Breakfast #1:

    Protein Pancakes
    .5 cup oatmeal
    .5 cup lowfat cottage cheese
    1 Egg
    4 Egg Whites
    + Protein Frosting (scoop of whey mixed with 2 tbsp skim milk and splenda)
    520 cal: 10g Fat, 40g Carb, 65g Protein

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    1 Egg + 3 Egg whites (scrambled) +
    1 Tbsp Parmesan Cheese
    1 Cup of Kashi Good Friends Cereal +
    1 Cup Skim Milk
    1 Scoop Whey in 1.5 cups skim milk
    592 cal: 10g Fat, 66g Carb, 67g Protein
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    Originally posted by Lee_5
    good food for a bbers breakfast

    oats
    milk
    eggs
    fruit
    flaxoil
    oliveoil


    i just use things like coco powder to make food taste nicer.
    good stuff

    my breakfast is either...

    12 eggs whites...1 cup fat free cheese..oatmeal..

    or whey milk and oatmeal as a shake
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    jesus, thats a huge breakfast.

    I usually grab a whole wheat bagel with light butter or cream cheese since I'm usually on the go.

    I wish I had the time to cook up my egg whites, toast, and sausage/bacon.
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    6 eggs whites 3 with yolk into an omlette cooked with olive oil, add low-fat cheese, tuna or chicken, add some veg in there. bloody nice. thats not really a breaky meal but still damn good.

    Oatmeal mixed with decent yogart and fruit it bloody nice aswell. i used to eat loads of boiled eggs but recently found hoiw much easier it ease to eat eggs when scrambled

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    mine is...

    meal 1 - 460cals 50g protein 43g carbs 9g fat

    1 cup fat free milk
    1 scoop whey
    1/2 cup ground oatmeal
    3g creatine
    (made into a shake)

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    2 cans solid white albacore tuna + onion powder= gooood
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    Hey magicpunt
    Try adding one chopped mushroom and 1/4 cup of onions to that and then top with a low sodium brown gravy (add protein powder to that). Eat for dinner bro it's awesome. Best if you have time to make a batch of about 12, fry them up in pam or olive oil then cover with the brown gravy,and bake on 350 for 30 minutes.

    Actually here's the recipe as given to me by my grandma Very similar and can easily be adapted to a bodybuilders needs

    Cottage cheese Patties

    1 cup oatmeal
    1 cup cottage cheese
    1 cup bread-crumbs
    1 can mushroom soup
    1 onion
    1 cup sliced mushrooms
    3 Tblspn dried parsley
    3 eggs
    salt and sage (or use lowerys)
    Gravy quick brown gravy

    Mix gravy quick and mushroom soup. Mix all above ingredients & make into patties. Fry them on both sides ‘till brown. Put into casserole dish & cover with gravy mix. Bake @350 for 30min. or till bubly.
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    My breakfast:
    2.5 Servings of Total
    1 cup Skim Milk

    I know it doesn't have any protein, but it's fast and easy

    I might try those MRP Pancakes that are listed above though. Those sound pretty cool.
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    i usually have about three egg whites and one full egg
    with about 1 cup of oats fills me to the brim...
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    natural peanut butter (1 tbsp)
    2 slices 100% stoneground whole wheat bread
    Optimum Nutrition natural whey protein (1 43cc scoop)
    32oz glass of water

    360 calories
    36g carbs
    25g protein
    11g fat (2g saturated fat)

    This is the breakfast in my 2,000 calorie cutting meal plan (which is highly effective at maximum fat loss and muscle sparing)

    Mmmmm...
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    1 whole egg, 3 egg whites
    1 c oats
    1 c skim milk
    2 tbs flaxseed meal
    .5 c rasins
    multi's
    1 c water (just to thin it out)

    Mix it up in a blender. Youre looking at about 850 Cals.
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