decent, but can be improved. The foundation of pure produce is good, though the recommended servings are low for appropriate caloric intake.
Where possible, better to have less dried fruit and more fresh.
Zero oils. It's not necessary to have nuts/seeds daily.
This one's a better choice
I agree never to use oils for they have no taste, yet are rich in calories and fat + they are unhealthy which makes them the ultimate junk food I guess? But I don't agree on the dried fruit part. Dried fruits are much more nutritious and energy dense than any fresh fruit + for newbies they pack in the carbs. :)
I think you are both making me hungry!!!
then our work here is done :)
man I eat olive oil on a salad say 4 times a week. Need to cut that out
Cut the olive oil, and add an avocado and some nuts - they have less calories and fat, PLUS make the salad sooo much tastier than olive oil ever did. You need fats, just the right types, don't stuff your face with carbs until your naseous that is just plain dumb - eat the fat & balance it out with a good amount of carbs from dates, bananas etc. and you'll be on the lean express in no time!
Cheers mate! :)
Mmmm pyramids *Homer Simpson drool*
I don't do the top three at all. Avocados, nuts and oils make me sleepy and tired. I'm certainly better without any of those.
Unlimited of the bottom three, though I blend my dried figs and dates.