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    High Protein Baked French Toast

    Here’s a change to your usual oatmeal and egg white breakfast . . .High Protein Baked French Toast. Ingredients 6 slices Ezekiel Bread 6 large Eggs 1/2 cup Low-fat Geek Yogurt 1 1/2 cups Milk 2 tbsp Sugar 1 tsp Vanilla Extract 1 tsp Maple Extract 1/2 cup Pecans Directions Preheat the oven to 350 degrees F. Lay bread slices in a shallow baking dish. Make sure they do not over lap. In a bowl, whisk together eggs, Greek yogurt, milk, sugar, and extracts until well combined. Pour egg mixture over the bread slices, making sure they are fully coated. Top bread with pecans and then cover baking dish with…

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    Almond Crusted Walleye Pike & Asparagus

    The meal below has no starchy carbohydrates, making it excellent for dinner or after cardio. Starchy carbohydrates, e.g., rice, noodles, potatoes, etc, are sought out by the body during times of activity. But when the body is less active or inactive than, say, when you’re exercising, it is wise to cut out what you don’t need — starches. As a general rule, starchy carbohydrates in the evening, when most people have dinner,  can be counterproductive to fat reduction or maintenance of a healthy body fat percentage. And, post-cardio, starchy carbs are not needed for replenishment (unless your cardio session was a long duration, 50 minutes +, or high intensity). Pike fish is a great source…