I've got the working out part covered. I need some help sorting out my diet though.
I've started to eat oatmeal for breakfast instead of cereal, and I've started eating fruit and cottage cheese and stuff like that for snacks, and my dinners are adequate I think. But lunches have me a bit stumped. Is a sandwich okay (e.g. whole wheat bread, turkey slices, spinach, mustard, pickle, cheese)?
I will admit, I'm also kind of lazy when it comes to making food and stuff. My mom cooks dinners for us, and oatmeal's not too difficult to make at all. So I prefer stuff that's relatively simple to make (and my parents also prefer stuff that's easy to buy (i.e. found in supermarkets, not overly expensive).
Any suggestions? Or is a sandwich okay (with other snacks between meals)?
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Hard to beat turkey on whole wheat for lean protein and complex carbs. I'd take that sandwich over a protein shake any day. Fruit and veggies are also great to have with a meal or even as a snack between meals. Also, If you get tired of turkey and don't mind a little cooking I highly recommend salmon.0