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Eat More Often
Scientists at Georgia State University advise active people to eat frequently (about every three hours) to accelerate metabolism and maintain steady energy levels throughout the day.
Six egg-white omelet, 1/2 cup (dry measure) oatmeal, prepared with water
Grilled fresh tuna with broccoli and roasted new potatoes
Cottage cheese with blueberries
Eye of round steak with sweet potato and green beans
Breakfast wrap (low-fat sausage, scrambled egg whites, low-fat cheese, salsa, whole wheat tortilla)
Teriyaki salmon with cooked spinach and brown rice
Cottage cheese with strawberries
ork tenderloin with asparagus and baked potato
Egg-white pancakes (six egg whites, 1/2 cup oatmeal, 1/2 pancake mix, mix in blender), serve with sugarless fruit spread
Chicken fajita wraps (grilled chicken breast, grilled vegetables and a whole wheat wrap)
Green salad with cottage cheese
Sushi made with brown rice, seaweed salad
Scrambled egg whites, one slice whole wheat toast
Southwest chicken salad (chicken, lettuce, brown rice, black beans, tomatoes, onions, avocado)
Cottage cheese and grapes
Tofu-vegetable stir fry with brown rice
Six egg-white omelet, oatmeal
Turkey burger on whole wheat bun with lettuce and tomato
Cottage cheese with an apple
Grilled salmon with cucumber-dill dressing, green salad and baked potato
Egg-white pancakes (see Day 3); sugarless fruit spread
Chili (made with lean ground turkey, kidney beans, salsa), green salad
Cottage cheese and yogurt
Rosemary chicken with mushroom gravy, snap peas and whole wheat pasta
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2, July, 2009
Eat More Often
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