I should add that I am ~ 5 feet 7 inches tall and weigh 140 lbs at age 21. I am also on a workout routine that involves working out everyday (4 days weight lifting, 2 days cardio) with one day of rest. My diet throughout the day is on the light side as I only intake protein shake after workout n dinner afterwords, lunch is probably a 6" sub from subways.
I just wanted to know if this was too much for breakfast as I am trying to mass gain for muscle building. If it is too much, what are the alternatives?
Appreciate any feedback, thanks.I eat 2 whole eggs, 2 slices of toast, 1 glass of milk, and a fruit for breakfast... Is this healthy?
Yes, you're getting your protein and carbs. It's good. Have something like meats with veggies for dinner.I eat 2 whole eggs, 2 slices of toast, 1 glass of milk, and a fruit for breakfast... Is this healthy?
The protein shake's main function is to promote weight loss by lightening your wallet. Supplement have little regulation, no clinical trials to show their efficacy, and many aren't safe.
Milk has a lot of fat that you probably don't need. Eggs are okay if you can stand the taste.
Eating balanced meals as recommended in the Harvard Eating Pyramid and exercising at your target heart rate is the best way to keep fit.