Above is a link about a book that describes the eating habits of people around the world. Today, I had a first for myself in Tucson. I ate breakfast, lunch and dinner out (and nothing in between, since I'm sick with bronchitis and a sprained ankle the doctor says I have to stay off of). My own eating habits, as I think of them, are pretty good, but better when I make the food. I want to get healthy so I can work out and eat healthy, as always. Makes me feel good.
I love breakfast: two cups of coffee and usually some bread/oatmeal/cereal with three eggs but only one yolk, and sometimes low fat turkey bacon. Then I usually eat a protein shake after I work out, then eat a lunch of some sort of sandwich that has a decent amount of meat or protein, and some green tea. Then a snack like toasted peanut butter tortilla or apple and peanut butter, then a dinner of something more or less preprepared: frozen pizza, pasta. Jess always complains about what I make for this meal. Then I have a snack before bed.
I also take supplements like a general vitamin, a Zinc-Magnesium-Aspartate dose before bed to make sore muscles heal, occasionally fish oil fats pill.
All in all, I love to eat what I make, and what I eat corresponds to what I'm looking for in terms of macronutrients: carbs, proteins, fats. Back in my vegetarian days I'd lift weights and be sore for three days.
Right now I need to do my eight hours of sober sleep. --adam