So, basically I'm a health freak. I'm 18. I exercise reguarly (4-5 times a week) and I ration my meals to control carbs, calories, and ensure I have enough dairy, vegetables and fruits and the whole deal, but I don't know if I’m doing it right. Here is a typical day.
Breakfast: A smoothie consisting of
1 cup of milk
1 Package of “Nestle breakfast anytime” smoothie mix, which has a huge list of impressive nutritional benefits
A small piece of flavoured silken tofu (50 calories)
3 servings of frozen fruit (banana, mangoe, and usually a berry serving)
A pinch of flax seed
Snack: 1 Serving fruit/vegetable
1 serving of Whole wheat/multigrain bread/pita with a tbsp of Hazelnut spread
1 serving of cheese/yogurt
Snack: An espresso with a pastry type snack which is 220 calories or less
Dinner: 1 serving whole wheat cous-cous with at least 3 vegetables
I also drink a lot of water, and may nibble on dried peas or almonds in between
Am I doing anything wrong?
I forgot to mention with dinner I may have a porkchop or chicken or somehthing
Is this enough protein?
I am also concerned that if I am not eating enough, and I start to eat more I will gain. "Judy" in the second answer, (much appreciated) said that I should increase my intake to be healthy, but will I experience an increase?