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Message Subject I eat the same 3 meals a day, every day, and have for a very long time
Poster Handle Holden
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breakfast: scrambled eggs, oatmeal

lunch: chicken and rice (chicken bog)

dinner: chili (beef and bean and tomato)


I cook just for myself, and I cook my lunch and dinner meals in bulk once a week. I buy once/week. I spend about $160-180/month on groceries depeding on how much condiments I buy that month.

- 4 lbs of chicken and 3 lbs of ground chuck a week
- 2 lbs of dry rice(Jasmine) and 2 lbs of dry beans(black and kidney) a week
- 36 eggs a week
- a 42oz container quick oatmeal about every 2 weeks
- 1 banana a day as snack
- a couple fruit and veggies added in as snack


I add in olive oil, macadamia nut oil, coconut oil, peanut butter, and some hot sauce and spices/flavorings and thats it. I take a multi-vit, vit B complex, vit B12, vit C, vit D, Cal/Mag/Zinc, salmon oil

I dont get tired of it at all. I feel healthier than Ive ever been.
 Quoting: Holden 32744103


Actually that is a fairly healthy menu except I would replace the rice with potatoes and butter since rice has very little nutrients and butter ads much needed fatty acids and other vitamin co-factors, I would also add some greens like spinach for minerals eaten with a fat like butter to help with absorption etc.
 Quoting: Veresanctus


Yeah I think its a pretty good/balanced plan too. I have actually switched up the oatmeal with potatoes in the past for breakfast with the eggs. I could have chicken and potatoes instead of chicken and rice. Ive actually thought of that myself. I may do that if I ever get tired of the chicken and rice. The potatoes do have a little better micronutrient profile and a good source of potassium. Its just so easy with the chicken and rice.
 
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