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Okay, so I've been adjusting my diet slightly. Still don't know how to cook, searching for cooking classes at the moment, one I contacted has not gotten back to me yet. I've asked a bunch of people for advice, and I have three friends who are health nuts and one works at a health food store nearby. Here's roughly what I eat, and what I'm going to do about it.
I'm just trying to get my diet down enough to where I can chill and not worry too much about it because it is already "very healthy." I also bought some naked fruit drinks, which are supposed to be very healthy.
Each day I'll usually drink one cup of orange juice with creatine, and lemonade with glutamine. I've already switched to a caffeine free preworkout supplement. I'm going to try to find something with less sugar to drink my creatine and glutamine with. Maybe mix it with milk that I already drink during the day? The only kinds of milk I drink are fat free, almond, and rice milk. I am going to buy hemp milk and flax milk soon. Along with hemp butter. I'll drink a protein shake on days I lift, and one or two days after I lift too.
Supplements I take each morning.
A multi-vitamin. (I also bought some gummy chew vitamins in-case I'm in a hurry leaving the house)
Fish oil capsule.
Milkthistle capsule. (For liver health)
Anti-anxiety. (Until this 30 day script runs out)
Anti-depression. (Same, until 30 day script runs out)
Sometimes adderall, but very rarely. This knocks my appetite off for a lot longer than I would desire.
What I drink during the day, or at least have to drink.
Orange juice with unflavored creatine, usually early in the morning, at least hours before my work out.
Lemonade with unflavored glutamine, usually after my work out, or just anytime during the day if I don't work out that day.
Fat free milk. (Maybe eliminate this? I've heard it's unnatural for humans to drink cow milk, and it could be messing with our hormones)
Naked fruit drinks.
Small serving of unflavored oatmeal, with brown sugar for flavor.
Small serving of Kashi U cereal. (I'll need to replace this, it has 10g of sugar, even if it is natural sugar, that's too much)
Greek yogurt with a spoonful of wheat germ.
Drink almond milk.
A serving of fruits and/or vegetables. (Might just eat this randomly throughout the day instead of at one sitting)
A cheese stick thing that has 7 g of protein, not sure how healthy this is.
Egg whites. (Egg whites are supposed to be healthy... I bought the liquid kind though, that you have to prepare, not sure how healthy this is? 5 g of protein per serving too)
Meal 3. (Before work out)
A can of tuna.
A turkey sandwich, healthy turkey on whole grain bread slices and fat free cheese.
A serving of healthy chicken. (Could replace this with healthy fish)
Fat free milk. (10 g of protein per cup)
Meal 4. (After work out)
A serving of freshly cooked fish. (Could replace this with freshly cooked healthy chicken too)
A serving of walnuts and almonds. Probably throw in cashews too.
Could drink green tea with this meal.
Steamed chicken and vegetables.
A nature's valley bar. (These are the healthiest bars I am aware of, I have these in-case I am in a hurry too)
A salad, with fat free cheese in it, fat free ranch dressing, and some chicken.
A cup of naked fruit drink. (?)
Areas I could improve upon.
Protein shake could be healthier.
I will probably buy casein protein to take before I sleep, as that is the protein that breaks down the slowest, which is best to take before you sleep.
Figure out something healthier that I can mix my glutamine and creatine with. I am intaking a lot of sugar with those two drinks.
Reduce my sugar intake even further.
Find a healthier cereal for the morning.
Be more consistent with drinking green tea.
Be more consistent and time my meals better, I'm still semi-hungry throughout the day, so I'm spacing my meals a little too far apart, or I'm not eating a large enough meal.
Figure out how I'm going to time my meals or what I'm going to eat on days that I'm out for large blocks of time, so I can't go home and quickly chow down.
After I have this structured better, I will figure out the exact amounts of what I need per day, like grams of protein and such, rather than just throwing a bunch of healthy meals together throughout the day. This will help me figure out the proportions that I need of each food per meal.
Maybe switch to all natural toothpaste and body wash / shampoos as well. Thinking about this.
On my shopping list in my phone that is not already mentioned above...
Yuca root instead of potatoes.
I believe the brown sugar I have is the natural organic kind too. I also bought organic cane sugar. I bought healthy chicken recently too, just need to figure out exactly how to prepare it and when to eat it. Might split into 6 meals if the proportions listed above are too large. Am I missing a realistic amount of carbohydrates?..
That's my rough meal plan so far. Finally, enough food that I don't need to cheat and eat out somewhere or buy Subway. I may not exactly eat these meals in the exact same order, and I'll mix up the foods a little bit every so often. Mainly in-taking fiber and some protein as my first meal. Eating fruits / vegetables randomly throughout the day, it doesn't matter when. Then, my biggest protein intake before and after my work out.
Going shopping at the health food store with a health nut friend tomorrow. to add the finishing touches on my diet. If there's anything significant that I need to replace, take out, or add, please mention it. Thanks.
Hiring a professional dietitian within 2 weeks.
Also seeing a naturaopathic doctor or ND or whatever they're called.
Looking for a personal trainer who's more knowledgable and in-shape than I ever was (I'm a PT).
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