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My Ultimate Oatmeal recipe

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GI Jane

Joined: 02 Sep 2008
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PostPosted: Fri Oct 31, 2008 9:53 pm Post subject: My Ultimate Oatmeal recipe Reply with quote

This is my ultimate oatmeal recipe, and I eat it almost every day. I can tell you it is very filling, and gives me what I need to go until lunch if I have to. I like that it has a balanced mixture of protein, fats, and carbohydrates (plus Omega-3’s). And since I add the protein powder and fresh fruit, it doesn’t need any sweeteners or sugar, and has a surprisingly good taste. The flaxseed oil makes it so it isn’t dry. I can taste a big difference on days where I have run out of it. This is very filling to meet my needs as a trainer who is up early working out with clients. Most women could get away with cutting everything in half (1/2 cup of oatmeal, ½ scoop of protein powder, etc. giving you a healthy 250-300 calorie breakfast).

Ultimate oatmeal
1 cup of oatmeal = 300 cal 10g protein
¼ cup of milk fat free milk = 21 cal 2g protein
1 scoop of protein powder = 114 cal 22g protein
1 tbsp flaxseed oil = 120 cal 14g fat (1g sat 11g poly 2g mono) and 7g omega-3, 3g omega-6
1 cup of fresh fruit
Total = 555 calories 32g protein 14g fat and 7g omega-3
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PostPosted: Sun Dec 28, 2008 9:24 pm Post subject: Reply with quote

i am going to try this, have read oats keep you fuller for longer, or was that a tv ad? cant remember.

have you got any more recipes i can try through out the day?
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GI Jane

Joined: 02 Sep 2008
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PostPosted: Sat Jan 10, 2009 8:49 pm Post subject: Reply with quote

I usually keep it pretty simple. I always eat my oatmeal in the morning, and I find it very filling (and tasty). Other things I will eat throughout the day include (not all in one day, these are just different meals I like):

Cottage cheese with yogurt (I hate the taste of cc so I add yogurt for taste)
Lean turkey on pita or ww bread or tuna fish sandwich
Protein shake (w/ flax seed oil, and frozen fruit)
Almonds and dried fruit mix
Rice, beans, cheese, salsa, and avocados mixed together (my mexi-bowl)
Poached eggs with ww bread
Chicken stir-fry (lots of vegetables with good sauce)
peanut butter ww toast with honey (great snack or pre-workout meal)

These are just a few. I can give you more particulars if you are interested in any of them.
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