1. I had six meals per day - 4 whole food and 2 protein shakes.
2. Each meal was approximately 50g of protein per meal, and combined with carbs and fats.
3. All of my food was prepped every morning while I was getting ready for the day.
4. I ate chicken, ground beef, rice, oats, and protein powder as 75% of my daily intake.
5. I never missed a meal and ate mostly by the clock.
6. If I was late to a meal, I ate it late. If I missed a meal, I combined it with my next meal.
I've said it before - if potato chips were made out of protein, we wouldn't have any issues hitting our daily protein goals. Unfortunately, protein foods are not as readily available and are more expensive.. so you'll have to try much harder to hit your protein goals than your carb or fat goals.
Protein shakes, like Isothority, are invaluable. You don't have to cook, barely have to clean, and can drink them literally anywhere at any time.
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