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From: Ben (
Subject:         Is my diet plan healthy?
Date: February 14, 2012 at 6:02 am PST


Due to limited food preparation time availability and limited produce variation I decided to make such meal plan for every day for best athletic performance and nutrition. It consists mainly of rice, frozen vegetables (a lot/Dr. Fuhrman approach) and fruits.

Breakfast: 700cal white rice with 400g of boiled broccoli and 200g of boiled green peas or with 300g of soft boiled green beans plus some spinach.

Lunch: Some type of fruit-(8 large apples, 10 bananas etc.).

Dinner: 700cals of white rice with 400 grams of soft boiled Brussels sprouts, 400g of soft boiled broccoli and some avocado at the end of a meal.

My calorie density is very low for such rice meals because resulting volume is very large. Nutrition wise, I added my diet components in fitday and it says all nutrient requirements are met. Approximately 2300 calories a day.

As white jasmine rice is high glycemic index, so probably so large amount of vegetables eaten along rice will minimize glycemic impact tremendously.

However I eat all conventionally grown produce except organic white jasmine rice. Dont know how much pesticides are on my chosen vegetables.

What is other people opinion about my meal plan? Isnt too much vegetables?

Thanks for reading,

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