"We are born to be fit, strong, and healthy." Robb Wolf

October 04, 2010

Day 4

Post your meals for the day in comments section.


Linds said...


lots of amazing looking recipes on this site!

Dawson said...

Thanks for the link Linds. It is already on the right under "Catalyst Athletics - Paleo"

Jen F. said...

-2 eggs with cheese, coffee with cream
-venison jerky
-half of a roasted chicken, 10 grape tomatoes, raw red cabbage salad with shredded carrots and coriander
-safe muffin
-more jerky
-even more jerky
-10 grape tomatoes, smoked salmon, cream cheese
-pork something or other, 3 small roasted potatoes, 1/2 squash, 1 glass red wine

OMG...surely this is enough...I can't possibly eat another bite!!!

martha said...

pre WOD - roast & pecans
post WOD - roast & apple sauce

snack 1/2 apple with almond butter & more roast, tea

venison jerky

lunch- tea, 2 paleo fajitas - roast, guacamole & salsa in lettuce wrap, spoonful for coconut butter

snack: venison jerky, 1/2 apple, coconut butter

dinner: brussel sprouts with lime, mahi mahi, raw carrots & red peppers. a few pieces of jeffs frozen banana treat (covered in melted coconut butter, bakers chocolate & crushed pecans)

Amanda said...

Breakfast: Two eggs omelette with red and green peppers. Black tea

Snack: Grapefruit with walnuts

Lunch: Spinack salad, with strawberries, walnuts and chicken

Snack: Apples and walnuts: green tea

POST WO: Banana

Supper: Leftovers- spagetti squash with hamburger tomatoe sauce filled with veggies

Lots of water through out the day.

Jaime said...

Breakfast - 2 eggs, apple, coffee with almond milk
Snack - hard boiled egg, apple, macadamia nuts & pecans
Lunch - chicken & shrimp veg soup w/coconut milk - delish!
Snack (was supposed to be pre-WOD)- hard boiled egg, 1 oz grilled chicken, pecans/macadamias
Dinner - grilled chicken, steamed veggies with oilive oil, spices, green tea

LOTS of water throughout the day. No headache today, thankfully, but easily irritated! haha

Linds said...

Thanks Dawson, I'm not sure how I missed that!

post wod- sweet potato/boiled egg, tea

breaky- 2 scrambled eggs, onions, kale, mushrooms, tomato, avacado, few macadamia nuts, 1/2 cup raspberries

lunch- xtra lean ground chicken, kale, zucchini, mushrooms, acorn squash (with some coconut oil)

snack- few baby carrots and brazil nuts, tea

dinner- leftovers from lunch!
- spoon of coconut butter (amazing) THANKS MAR!

Dan said...

Breakfast - Salad, 2 soft boiled eggs, slice almonds, 1/2 an orange, yogurt with oatmeal

Snack - 1/2 coffee with cream, almonds, banana

Lunch - Rice, Chicken, carrots & onions

Snack - Almonds, apple, 1/2 a cup of coffee with cream.

Dinner - Rice, Beans, Corn, Frozen Mixed Veggies with chicken breast

Snack - Pecans & dried fruit

Amy L said...

Breaky- 2egg omelette with shitake mushrooms, onion, tea
Snack- chicken leg, handful of mixed nuts
Lunch- more chicken, red cabbage and carrot salad
Pre wod- venison jerky, coconut muffin, 5 brazil nuts
Supper- squash, chicken, cabbage and carrot salad
Water throughout day

Janet said...

Pre work-out: apple sauce, nuts
Post work-out: whey protein shake with water
Breakfast: eggs with green pepper
Snack: apple, nuts
Lunch: chicken breast, nuts and carrots
Supper: steak, yellow beans, zucchini

Holland said...

Meal 1: scrambled egg & egg white, 1 banana, grapes, avocado, pecans.
Meal 2: curried chicken, scrambled egg whites, red & green peppers, mushrooms, celery, onions; almonds.
Meal 3: white fish, broccoli & celery soup; pumpkin seeds.
Meal 4: 1 boiled egg, strawberries, blueberries, pecans, almonds.
Meal 5: shrimp, broccoli, cauliflower, asparagus, onion, coconut milk & red curry paste.
Meal 6 (post WOD): protein shake with banana & almond butter.

Kait said...

Breakfast: 3 fried eggs (olive oil), tea

9-5 eating: Seafood Jambalaya, 1/2 pecan covered (egg washed) chicken breast, 1/4 cucumber, 1/2 orange pepper, few almonds, banana (tried to eat fruit and veggies with bites of nuts and meat)

Dinner: 1/2 pecan covered (egg washed) chicken breast

One of each of the muffins below with apple butter (snacked on nuts and dates as I went along)

Test 1:
1c almond butter
1c sliced raw almonds
1c coconut milk
2c shredded coconut
3 eggs
Beat; 400 for 15 mins. Made 10.

Test 2:
1 1/4 nut "flour" (I used hazelnut)
2 eggs
1 banana
1/8 c coconut oil (by accident I used coconut milk and I'm glad I did because these needed some moisture)
handful of fruit (I used sliced dates)
Food process (I used magic bullet) without fruit. Add fruit and bake at 350 for 12-15 mins. Made 8.

Comments: I had apple butter with both of them and that made them delicious. Test 2 worked out better I think, but I'm not such a fan of banana in baking. Test 1 tasted like it was paleo but they looked more like real muffins (aka rose more than the others)

1c coconut milk blended with strawberries and pure vanilla put in the freezer over night (it ends up very hard, much like yogurt if you've ever put it in the freezer, but tastes pretty good)

Hairdy said...

6:30am - Banana
7am - WOD
8:30am - Protein shake with water, 3 eggs, 3 slices of peameal bacon
10am - 1 cup of walnuts/almonds
12pm - Approx. 6oz steak (BBQ'd) w. mushrooms, oninons, green pep, broccoli.
2pm - 20 pieces of baby shrimp, 1 cup of walnuts/almonds
5:30pm - Salad w. chicken breast, cucumber, green/red/yellow pep, red onion, avocado, oil and vinegar
9pm - Approx. 6oz salmon (baked), spagetti squash, 1 cup of mixed nuts.
Plenty of water throughout the day and evening. This was the first day of the diet that I did the WOD and felt constantly hungry. On the plus down 4 lbs. on this day 4.

Mike said...

Breakfast - 3 eggs (hardboiled), peach, walnuts

Lunch - extra lean ground beef with onion, green pepper, chilies and tomato, handful almonds

Snack - handful walnuts, small serving beef mixture

Dinner - more beef leftovers, broccoli, cauliflower, 4 fish oil caps

Snack - more beef, few walnuts

Jaime said...

I need to add something to yesterday's log!

Dinner - tiny slice of berry 'pie'.

DELICIOUS mixed berry 'pie'. Made a crust from almond meal and coconut oil; approximately 2-3 cups almond meal and enough coconut oil (I heated it up first to turn it into liquid), about 2/3 c. until the mix was crumbly. Then added a few tbsp's of ice cold water until it was the consistency of dough. I didn't bother rolling it - instead pressed it into a pie plate, filled with the berry mixture and baked at 350 for about 20 minutes. The only thing that would make it better is some chilled coconut milk!

This was a test run for Thanksgiving this weekend! YUM!

b-rad said...

Breakfast - omelette and tea
Snack - venison jerky, banana
Lunch - chicken satay salad
snack - apple and nuts
Pre wod - more jerky, coconut muffin, macadamia nuts
Supper - squash, chicken, cabbage and carrot salad
snack - nuts and berries, some figs