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Sheet pan dinners are popular weeknight choices since the recipes require just one pan, making prep and clean up easy. They’re also a great way to get all of your macros in one simple dish. These five one-pan recipes feature different types of protein, such as chicken, pork, shrimp and fish — and they all have at least 30 grams of protein per serving. What One-Pan Dinners With 30 Grams of Protein Look Like | Nutrition | MyFitnessPal.

October 2018. Pan Sesame Chicken and Veggies makes the perfect weeknight dinner that’s healthy, delicious and easily made all on one pan in under 30 minutes! Pinch of Yum Healthy Meals.

Amp up the protein in your weeknight dinners with these easy sheet pan recipes. More information What One-Pan Dinners With 30 Grams of Protein Look Like | MyFitnessPal. Consuming 30 grams of protein first thing in the morning prevents a mid-morning blood sugar crash and keeps your metabolism humming all day.

It also helps build lean muscle mass, which means the more muscle you have, the more calories you burn sitting at your desk. To help you visualize what a breakfast with 30 grams of protein looks like, we. Having the right kitchen tools can make meal prep and cooking not only faster but also more enjoyable.

For example, Instant Pots help transform inexpensive cuts of meat into tender morsels without much work for quick, nutritious weeknight meals. These hearty Instant Pot recipes are all high in protein, providing at least 30 grams per serving. What Does 30 Grams of Protein Look Like? Generally speaking, a solid and protein-rich meal contains at least 30 grams of protein. Below is a great resource on what 30 grams of protein looks like in food form, whether it be animal or plant-based.

Use it as a go-to list (you can hang it on your fridge!) when menu planning and meal prepping. On a 2,000-calorie-a-day diet, that breaks down to: 175 grams of carbs, 67 grams of fat, and 175 grams of protein. Try to balance these macronutrients fairly evenly among your meals for best. Healthy protein sources, like chicken, Greek yogurt, eggs, edamame and chickpeas, combine to deliver a whopping 98 grams of satisfying protein for the day.

Protein does your body a lot of good. It builds healthy cells and repairs ones that are damaged, keeps your immune system in tip-top shape, and. Protein’s staying power is real. One study found that eating a high-protein lunch increased afternoon satiety compared to lower protein lunches, and numerous studies have found that eating a meal with about 30 grams of protein prevents overeating later in the day. Explore Kathy Paschal’s board “High Protein Meals”, followed by 118 people on Pinterest.

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Meat alternatives that supply the same amount of protein as a 2-oz, cooked serving of meat include 2 eggs, 1 cup dried beans or peas (cooked), 4 tablespoons peanut butter, 2 oz hard cheese, or 1/2 cup cottage cheese.

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Equivalent in protein to 2 oz meat are 2 eggs; 1 cup cooked beans, dry peas, or lentils; 4 Tbsp peanut butter

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Of your daily value, 1 cup cooked has 8 grams of protein, 15 percent iron, 30 percent magnesium, 19 percent folate, and is high in potassium, manganese, phosphorous, and eight essential amino acids.

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Turkey scoop of Promod 3 oz. can of white regular tofu has 10 about 4 grams of rib eye has 28 white meat (3.5 has 5 grams, and tuna in water has grams, and one slice protein.

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Then the subject randomly received a protein rich meal of 0.8 g/Kg x BW of steamed egg white or boiled chicken breast.

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The additional 6.6 grams of protein isn’t a lot but would push you close to 40 grams of protein for the meal, which would be a lot for me.

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An egg white omelet could be made out of 6 egg whites (21 grams of protein) with 2 oz of fat free cheese (16 grams of protein) and would provide 37 grams of protein (throw in some vegetables to plump it up and give it more volume).

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A small steak, a baked potato with sour cream, and a tossed salad provides about 50 g of protein, whereas a dish of rice with tofu and vegetables provides about 25 g.

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That amount of protein could be easily obtained by consuming 2 cups of milk; 5 ounces of meat, fish, or poultry; and three servings of grain.

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  • I’m here for affordable recipe but I discover that for the same items in Italy I spend at least 70 $. Just for say, our salary it’s 1/3 US medium salary. ��

  • Everyone hating on her partner critique is being ridiculous!! If I cook something my husband doesn’t think is good he better be honest and tell me!! Seeing that I cook for him, myself, and our daughter what they like and dislike is important to me! No matter how hard I’ve worked on a meal if it ain’t good then I know how to tweak it the next time or not make it again so that my family is happy and eat the food I make and nothing goes to waste! Do not talk shit about other people’s relationship when all you see is cut clips from a video on YouTube!! June you are amazing ❤️

  • A curiosity…many folks view Canola oil as undesirable. Why do you choose to use it? Here is an article that explicates the “refining” process for Canola Oil. ( https://authoritynutrition.com/canola-oil-good-or-bad/) Article claims 90% of Rapeseed is Genetically Modified by Monsanto(which immediately eliminates it for me). It further claims that most Canola is made via the “Industrial” method of a Hexane(toxic) wash, but even the cold-pressed kind of Canola is a no go for me(again, NO GMO). Why not use the Macadamia Nut Oil instead, or Olive oil or Pasture raised Butter? Cheers!

  • I’m here for affordable recipe but I discover that for the same items in Italy I spend at least 70 $. Just for say, our salary it’s 1/3 US medium salary. ��

  • I watched everything! I can’t remember staying in youtube for 55 minutes (including the ads) in other videos. Hahahaha. Awesome! SUBSCRIBED!

  • Sorry you lost me at chicken sausage, why do people enjoy food with no flavor? If i want a sausage, I’ll grab a delicious pork sausage, if I want chicken, I’ll roast one. The number one rule is to prepare the food the way biology intended.

  • Sometimes I get asked a question here in the comments section and there is no way for me to reply (no reply button offered). Apparently YouTube is in the process of fixing this, however, if you re-ask the question here (versus over at Google+) I will be able to respond.

  • woooow..it is an eye-opening video…I had no idea…so big difference..always thought..”salad is green, so must be low calorie”
    just wooow…unless you really see it with your eyes…it is hard to understand/calculate..thank you so much for this great video!!!

  • Your food looks amazing. I don’t even like half the ingredients u used but I felt like trying them all. I’m surely gonna try some of those at home!

  • YO my man, bacon is a procesed food and a class 1 carcinogen, eggs and coconut oil are full of cholesterol&saturated fats.
    But if u consider that a “healthy breakfast” u gotta be a moron,like the rest of the followers that unconsciously agree with you

  • June you’re cooking your behind off and he’s asking for pork dumplings, make sure he buys the groceries before you cook for him again.

  • You are getting metal in the food by using the stainless steel container and fork also altering the state of the food by introducing more heavy metals. Unless you are using an already chipped glass bowl, you shouldn’t have anything to worry about. If you really want to be safe, use wood. Oh no, splinters.

  • Its amazing how many dummies fall for this bull. That’s not meals, that’s tasters as in small appetizers. Get your self 7 cans of baked beans, 7 cans of tuna or chicken, frozen vegetables and there’s your 7 meals. Cheap, tastier and way hell more food than this bull

  • 3 eggs: 21g protein and 15g fat.
    2 sausages: 15g protein and probably 10g fat because its with the skin.
    1 serving of beans: 12g protein, 24g carbs, and 1g fat
    And + u put so much oil… thats another 10g of fat…
    Ur breakfast was 48g protein, 24g carbs, and 36g fat.
    And thats definitely more than 30g of protein…

  • I agree that my generalized comment regarding nitrites could have held much more information. Since making this video I have done a lot more research regarding nitrates and nitrites, and the truth is that the traditional way in which sodium nitrite was used did not produce carcinogenic nitrosamines, but instead healthy nitrous oxide. Supermarket bacon/sausage may also use sodium nitrite, but not in the traditional way. read the next reply as I am running out of allowable characters.

  • Sometimes I get asked a question here in the comments section and there is no way for me to reply (no reply button offered). Apparently YouTube is in the process of fixing this, however, if you re-ask the question here (versus over at Google+) I will be able to respond.

  • I love these videos! More budget eats please! Struggle is real with budgeting grocery bill. I love how you are super creative with your meals. More Asian dishes FTW ����.

  • If you eat this everyday.. its so wrong!!
    Nice ingredients but dont eat this everyday.
    btw, this eggs are completly wrong.
    else very nice video.
    Thumbs up

  • Yeah, they are. This was one of my first videos. I’ve gotten better at “curb appeal” since then. Just cook them how you like them.

  • ??
    What is that video for?
    Different ingreedients, different flavors, different diets.
    I`ll cut a lettuce in one bowl than I`ll cut a half of lettuce in other bowl add 1/2 litre of oil.
    Wow, smaller but 50x more calories.

  • I actually really like that he gives her his actual opinion (and obviously she wants it or she wouldn’t ask). I’ve done this plenty of times where I work super hard on something and it’s disappointingly flavored at the end of the day makes me feel better when an actual top chef does it too! Loved this vid now looking back for the older ones!

  • This is so amazing. I realised I’ve been the high calorie versions, literally each of meals while thinking I’m having healthy meals and trying to lose weight ����‍♀️

  • thanks for the breakfast idea:) i must say not only am I impressed with your passion for informing people (for free!) on youtube on nutrition, I am also impressed by your dignity in replying to comments. some of the ones ive seen below are either deliberately critical with little argument on their side or just plain ignorant. i would have no patience for some youtube responders…

  • Dani, I love these short and very helpful recipe videos! As a student, I have probably made 75% of all your videos and these ones are so helpful:) Love your channel, as always xx

  • First of all, thanks for this recipe it look delicious! I just have one question, why not use the macadamia oil to cook the eggs? (I’ve never used macadamia oil before)

  • I saute the cut up sausage meat in a tiny bit of olive oil and then scramble the eggs on top. I dont like it boiled like that, but I am a very picky eater ha! Good video!

  • Yeah, they are. This was one of my first videos. I’ve gotten better at “curb appeal” since then. Just cook them how you like them.

  • There are a few replacements for a vegetarian. You can simply eat more eggs, however, this gets to be a lot of eggs. You can substitute soy, however, soy contains phytoestrogen and consuming large quantities of soy is not healthy. Tempeh, is a fermented soy product that is a better choice nutritionally, however, it is difficult taste-wise. Your best bet would be to have a small side dish of cottage cheese sprinkled with some cinnamon.

  • Looks delicious. Thanks. Canola oil is rapeseed oil, which is a machine oil. There was a big PR campaign by the rapeseed oil industry to make it seem healthy, but it was never for human consumption. Look into it.

  • Ughh, that looks soo good!, Can’t wait to try it.:) Probably shouldn’t watch your vids while waiting for my dinner to cook, stomach’s rumbling now. lol.

  • Oh Dani, thank you thank you! You are a godsend! ���� lol. I already make your one pan roasted shrimp and green beans about twice a month.. (sometimes even more) this will be a wonderful addition. Trying it right now actually. It’s in the oven as I type this and already smells incredible! I just have to say that I absolutely adore your “one pan” roasted recipes. They are always so simple yet delicious. And I love the fact that when I am going to make the shrimp and green beans, all I have to grab from the grocery store is shrimp, green beans and a lemon… because I have all the spices already at home! Same with this recipe.. very few ingredients. Makes life easier. I love it!!

  • I like the idea of this meal, and I’ve been eating like this for the last month (high protein, low/slow carb) but my body doesn’t seem to be responding and I’m thinking it’s because of the fat. I look at this meal and I think sausage, eggs, beans, oil, avocado… that’s a LOT of fat, even if it’s healthy fat! Is it possible that some people are more sensitive to fat than others, and would benefit from a higher carb:fat ratio?

  • While we’re on the subject, let’s talk a little about the use of such things as celery salt. Today, most manufacturers of “nitrite free” brands add celery salt, which is about 50% nitrate, plus a started culture of bacteria. This transforms the nitrate found naturally in the celery salt into nitrite, which cures the meat. Although manufacturers label this bacon “nitrite free,” this method actually generates more nitrite from the celery salt than would ever be added as a salt.

  • Instead manufacturers opt for fast and cheap methods by which inferior quality factory-farmed meat is pumped and plumped with a liquid cure solution that includes sodium erthrobate and sodium nitrite, along with “liquid smoke,” spices and flavorings heavy in MSG. “Liquid Smoke” btw, is being investigated by the European Food safety Authority for safety as a food flavoring b/c of evidence of genotoxicity and cytotoxicity. with one study suggesting it is more toxic than cigarette smoke!

  • George Forman ceramic grill (great for oil free grilling of potatoes,tofu breaded veggies) etcGreat tip for easy clean up use parchment paper you can make fried potatoes with out oil. 45 to 50 minutes on high for potatoes.

  • lol glass shards? if any bowl has glass shards come off when you hit a fork against it. the company needs to be sued. and i bet any company that has those mistakes have already been sued off the market.

  • This is one of my favourite go-to meals, especially since I can substitute whatever roasting veggies I have in my fridge at the moment. Also love the minimal cleanup and prep time:)

  • First of all, thanks for this recipe it look delicious! I just have one question, why not use the macadamia oil to cook the eggs? (I’ve never used macadamia oil before)

  • ??
    What is that video for?
    Different ingreedients, different flavors, different diets.
    I`ll cut a lettuce in one bowl than I`ll cut a half of lettuce in other bowl add 1/2 litre of oil.
    Wow, smaller but 50x more calories.

  • So why can’t you talk properly without shaking every inch of your body while doing so??
    We KNOW you have muscles, that why we clicked the video, but you don’t have to wave your arms and shoulders with every letter…makes you look like a kid, a try hard…

  • thanks for the breakfast idea:) i must say not only am I impressed with your passion for informing people (for free!) on youtube on nutrition, I am also impressed by your dignity in replying to comments. some of the ones ive seen below are either deliberately critical with little argument on their side or just plain ignorant. i would have no patience for some youtube responders…

  • Everything looked so YUM!!! And I enjoyed watching the prep and eat as well as your personalities. Dude, you ARE a miracle worker��.

  • Such an awesome recipe. Thanks so much Dani this is going to be awesome for those of singletons who can make use of a quick, simple, one pan dish that gives us a great extras-for-later meals, with minimal fuss!

  • Dani, I love these short and very helpful recipe videos! As a student, I have probably made 75% of all your videos and these ones are so helpful:) Love your channel, as always xx

  • Sorry you lost me at chicken sausage, why do people enjoy food with no flavor? If i want a sausage, I’ll grab a delicious pork sausage, if I want chicken, I’ll roast one. The number one rule is to prepare the food the way biology intended.

  • The reasoning for 30 grams within 30 minutes as far as I can tell, is that it functions as a basic mnemonic for non-fitness buffs to remember these things. 30 grams, 30 minutes. Easy to remember, and easy to execute. He showcases several meals from people in his studies that consume 2-3 eggs and a load of veggies. That’s at MOST 18g protein (6g/egg if large ones), and more likely around 10-11g. So the idea is more than some is better than none, and 30 is easiest to remember and most ideal.

  • If you’re oiling the frying pan for every slice of french toast which was about 3gr that’s 9 grams of fat, so 80 cals.
    For the pancakes or french toast to brown like that you need fat or it’ll just burn or won’t turn as good.

  • So happy I found this video, it seriously means a lot to see another Chinese American using ingredients and techniques I recognize

  • Saludos desde México ����, Departed from Mexico, I love watching your videos, you should learn to speak Spanish, friend, you will surely have many more followers ������

  • I keep seeing bodybuilders telling us we should only eat potatoes, rice, meat, and maybe eggs I thought bread and pasta wouldn’t be so good??

  • Grrrr!! Please let’s us know if the Protein source you are using is an isolate protein, concentrate, blended protein or casein or any other type of freakin protein!! I get so frustrated when these videos come out and never tell you what kind of protein it is! Different protein different consistencies. Am I the only one that is frustrated by this!!!

  • I ask you this because I am Asian, I do not know much about your food. And we live in a small country, we do not know much about food.

  • So so helpful, I feel like I have to work so hard just to get up to 2,500cal a day but really like the useful tips of olive oils bits and dates

  • I saute the cut up sausage meat in a tiny bit of olive oil and then scramble the eggs on top. I dont like it boiled like that, but I am a very picky eater ha! Good video!

  • And, if you don’t have enough chicken to go round, slice the chicken, portion it out on top of a simple salad, veggies on the side, add a signature Danigrette!

  • An awesome video making a lot of people like me see the little differences for a bigger and faster progress! Thanks Mike, your content is always super clear & interesting!!! Wish you could train me ��

  • Hello Dani!!! I’m so happy I saw your channel. I’ve done quite some of your recipes using the available ingredients I have at home. I’m so grateful for your recipes..

  • Its a nice diet… if you can afford and and you’re not pressed for time in the morning…Even the shake video is quite expensive and takes a long while to make

  • I have just noticed that Mike has had a hair transplant since this video look at his more recent videos and his hairline is way further down

  • if im not doing workout and just some running to lose weight, should i eat the low calories option?? my problem is i always get hungry at night or late night:(

  • i think at last in the final you did not calculate correclty the salmon has aprox 120 calories more than the cod in a 8oz serving and the 2 spoons of olive oil have 230 aprox.Thats the difference detween the two dishes so the caloric dif should be 120+230=350 cal how did you end up with 624?thats not even possible

  • This is so amazing. I realised I’ve been the high calorie versions, literally each of meals while thinking I’m having healthy meals and trying to lose weight ����‍♀️

  • He looks good, his voice is sexy, he stays healthy and he could cook. Geeeeezzzuuuzzzz��. I asked for one like this for Christmas and I guess he was shipped somewhere else ����

  • Surprised by Kale. Love it steamed with a topping a fruit, like strawberries or mango, and drizzled with balsamic vinegar. Truly a feast for the eyes, as well as the body.

  • I grew up in Queens and lived in Brooklyn for many years, and I think it’s very easy to find affordable produce and meat in NYC, much more possible than upstate and other places where there are fewer choices where to shop. A big part of it is going to the Chinese grocery stores and Korean produce stores.

  • Go KITO go chorizo add massive salad and that would have been it for the day.

    No oats INSULIN INSULIN INSULIN pass

    That oil spray its poison get raw organic cold pressed olive oil or BUTTER FROM grass fed caws. Spray its rich in omega 6 perfume bleach inflammation inflammation inflammation….pass

  • woooow..it is an eye-opening video…I had no idea…so big difference..always thought..”salad is green, so must be low calorie”
    just wooow…unless you really see it with your eyes…it is hard to understand/calculate..thank you so much for this great video!!!

  • An awesome video making a lot of people like me see the little differences for a bigger and faster progress! Thanks Mike, your content is always super clear & interesting!!! Wish you could train me ��

  • Made this last night after coming home exhausted and late with blank slate chicken thighs staring at me accusingly for why they had been sitting around in the fridge for days with no action! Turned to your Youtube channel as I so often do in these situations and saw this recipe. Had it on the table in 30 minutes. Accompanied by a salad I threw together while it baked. Delicious, wholesome and satisfying! TY, TY, TY, TY Dani!!!!

  • All of this looks delicious!!!
    I love the fact that you use MSG in your cooking. �� It is such a misunderstood & vilified seasoning.

  • This is hard for me to do because of my schedule I get up to open the gym at 4am to 7am and I don’t exactly want to eat that early in the morning til I leave then I grab breakfast. I just have ice water and my keto coffee holds me over.

  • Going WFPB is the best you can do for your health.:) That and switching off the mainstream media, realising none of the government measures have anything to do with promoting your health and well-being and go out and protest.

  • Hello Dani!!! I’m so happy I saw your channel. I’ve done quite some of your recipes using the available ingredients I have at home. I’m so grateful for your recipes..

  • Oh Dani, thank you thank you! You are a godsend! ���� lol. I already make your one pan roasted shrimp and green beans about twice a month.. (sometimes even more) this will be a wonderful addition. Trying it right now actually. It’s in the oven as I type this and already smells incredible! I just have to say that I absolutely adore your “one pan” roasted recipes. They are always so simple yet delicious. And I love the fact that when I am going to make the shrimp and green beans, all I have to grab from the grocery store is shrimp, green beans and a lemon… because I have all the spices already at home! Same with this recipe.. very few ingredients. Makes life easier. I love it!!

  • Lets clear something up, a conclusion I’ve reached after trials and errors with diet and making progress. To get to the level of fitness that you’re at, besides years and years of hard work in the gym, you have to track your macros… right? I’ve started using Myfitnesspal for the last month and I’ve never made such good progress. You can’t really be effective at bulking or cutting with no base knowledge of your calorie intake, and you certainly cannot optimize your macros without tracking them. It takes serious effort to create all the recipes, learn about food, create daily diets that have enough variety so you will stick with them long term… effort that most people are not willing to put in. Am I right about that?

  • The reasoning for 30 grams within 30 minutes as far as I can tell, is that it functions as a basic mnemonic for non-fitness buffs to remember these things. 30 grams, 30 minutes. Easy to remember, and easy to execute. He showcases several meals from people in his studies that consume 2-3 eggs and a load of veggies. That’s at MOST 18g protein (6g/egg if large ones), and more likely around 10-11g. So the idea is more than some is better than none, and 30 is easiest to remember and most ideal.

  • how much do american groceries total on average? 25 dollars converted in my country could buy a week of food included with good meat already for a family of 4 so im quite shocked lol

  • lol glass shards? if any bowl has glass shards come off when you hit a fork against it. the company needs to be sued. and i bet any company that has those mistakes have already been sued off the market.

  • Everyone hating on her partner critique is being ridiculous!! If I cook something my husband doesn’t think is good he better be honest and tell me!! Seeing that I cook for him, myself, and our daughter what they like and dislike is important to me! No matter how hard I’ve worked on a meal if it ain’t good then I know how to tweak it the next time or not make it again so that my family is happy and eat the food I make and nothing goes to waste! Do not talk shit about other people’s relationship when all you see is cut clips from a video on YouTube!! June you are amazing ❤️

  • So first, amazing work, the cook, the queen, “Delish” is a goddess on earth. Second, NGL, the fact this his name is Arin/Aran/Aaron reminds me of the Grumps. Their interactions are concerning similar. Dan & Arin actually act like a married couple. I know that was the joke, but it’s real!

  • Hmm, let’s think now. How many are suffering from glass shards? Lol. Is health about what type of container you scramble eggs in OR about avoiding (make that eliminating) eggs in the first place? Sausage? REALLY? How many are suffering degenerative disease due to high-fat high-protein low-carb meals of the Standard American Diet (SAD)? Do yourself a favor. Head on over to drmcdougall.com; it’s free!

  • I love this video. I wish I could shop with $25 for the week. I don’t know where June and Aaron live, but I live in a small country town and I have one grocery store to shop at. If I had the ability to shop around, it would be so great. All that said, she made some incredible meals. She even prepared things for future meals. June, you are amazing and so clever putting the items together and creating amazing recipes. Thank you for this video!

  • DEAR MIKE THURSTON I LIKE VERY MUCH YOUR RECEIPI OF HIGH CALORIES FOOD AND HANDSOME MAN I PRAY FOR YOUR HEALTH AND FOR YOUR EYES FITNESS GOD BLESS YOU THIS IS MY FIRST TIME AND HOPE THAT YOU PERSONALLY REPLY ME����

  • There are a few replacements for a vegetarian. You can simply eat more eggs, however, this gets to be a lot of eggs. You can substitute soy, however, soy contains phytoestrogen and consuming large quantities of soy is not healthy. Tempeh, is a fermented soy product that is a better choice nutritionally, however, it is difficult taste-wise. Your best bet would be to have a small side dish of cottage cheese sprinkled with some cinnamon.

  • So happy I found this video, it seriously means a lot to see another Chinese American using ingredients and techniques I recognize

  • What if I told you vegetarians consume animals foods, but not flesh? Vegans are the one that don’t consume anything from an animal. Understand?

  • One small criticism: Many of the recipes didn’t take into account all the spices added to the dishes in the $25.

    That being said, this was outstanding!

  • Ladies Ladies, we should listen to what he’s saying and focus on content. Respect him for his intelligence and personality, not how steamy he looks in those glasses.

  • Forget calories think poison and stay away from meat from Supermarkets and oil in little spray bottles. EAT YOUR FATS organic/ grass fed / raw / cold pressed/ voila

  • I watched everything! I can’t remember staying in youtube for 55 minutes (including the ads) in other videos. Hahahaha. Awesome! SUBSCRIBED!

  • This was incredibly informative. Each time I wondered something, it was the next thing you addressed. Really well done. Thank you!

  • Really good episode! We doing the same and make our own meat free version south Asian food.
    Your man should learn to cook instead of judging ��

  • June you’re cooking your behind off and he’s asking for pork dumplings, make sure he buys the groceries before you cook for him again.

  • I’m sorry it’s the effort that she put in that makes the meal 10/10. The handmade meatballs and just to say ehhhh it needs more this or that. Call me sensitive but, it’s like he could help too..keep your criticism to minimum unless you want to help.

  • Omg, so clever! Truly, you have to love cooking because you even got your weekly + 1 day for 2 people down to under $25! Who does that nowdays? YOU DO!!! ����������

  • Winner of a video, been searching for “calories in grilled chicken” for a while now, and I think this has helped. Have you ever come across Giyatthew Vanharlotte Release (Have a quick look on google cant remember the place now )? It is an awesome exclusive guide for building body strength without the normal expense. Ive heard some interesting things about it and my close friend Aubrey at very last got amazing success with it.

  • Overall good idea, but too much fat. I think, at least half o calories will be from fat after such breakfast!

    I lost 70 pounds (gym/running + protein diet> 45% protein/ 40% LOW GI carbs/15% healthy fat) and, currently, in a very good shape… so i know what im talking bout:)

    I would go with 4 eggs whites + 1 whole egg instead 3 whole eggs (save on fat/cholesterol, add more lean protein); put less or no avocado; replace fatty sausages with lean turkey/chicken hot_dogs/franks; skip adding oil and will add some low GI carbs (e.g. dutch pumpernickel bread).

  • I just saw her fling seasonings and ingredients here and there so quickly I was like “Hold on gadam did she even measure? ��” Overall I’m impressed

  • Overall good idea, but too much fat. I think, at least half o calories will be from fat after such breakfast!

    I lost 70 pounds (gym/running + protein diet> 45% protein/ 40% LOW GI carbs/15% healthy fat) and, currently, in a very good shape… so i know what im talking bout:)

    I would go with 4 eggs whites + 1 whole egg instead 3 whole eggs (save on fat/cholesterol, add more lean protein); put less or no avocado; replace fatty sausages with lean turkey/chicken hot_dogs/franks; skip adding oil and will add some low GI carbs (e.g. dutch pumpernickel bread).

  • I actually really like that he gives her his actual opinion (and obviously she wants it or she wouldn’t ask). I’ve done this plenty of times where I work super hard on something and it’s disappointingly flavored at the end of the day makes me feel better when an actual top chef does it too! Loved this vid now looking back for the older ones!

  • This whole video gave me hope to live �� thank you so much!
    Though I’m here only because I’ve seen you struggle with pancakes/crepes or whatever you can call it fun fact: frying them on iron is close to impossible so I’m so sorry you did that to yourself ��

  • Please help I was having fish once every day I started feeling my skin felt oily so I thought I’d Google it and google is saying u can only have fish 2 times a week is this true

  • Hi Dani, can I store the remaining cooked food in an airtight container for 2-3 days? I liked this recipe and thought of making them like a meals prep.

  • When will we see June’s next video!? She is so creative with her cooking, I could watch her all day! I’m fairly certain with any budget given to her, she could make magic. Let’s keep the June cooking videos rollin!

  • Lets clear something up, a conclusion I’ve reached after trials and errors with diet and making progress. To get to the level of fitness that you’re at, besides years and years of hard work in the gym, you have to track your macros… right? I’ve started using Myfitnesspal for the last month and I’ve never made such good progress. You can’t really be effective at bulking or cutting with no base knowledge of your calorie intake, and you certainly cannot optimize your macros without tracking them. It takes serious effort to create all the recipes, learn about food, create daily diets that have enough variety so you will stick with them long term… effort that most people are not willing to put in. Am I right about that?

  • Ughh, that looks soo good!, Can’t wait to try it.:) Probably shouldn’t watch your vids while waiting for my dinner to cook, stomach’s rumbling now. lol.

  • Everything looked so YUM!!! And I enjoyed watching the prep and eat as well as your personalities. Dude, you ARE a miracle worker��.

  • Don’t use canola oil substitute olive oil or higher temp rice bran oil.   High protein is definitely the way to start the day, but it looks like a lot of prep and cooking early in the morning.   I wished she would have shown how to make it in advance for a week.   Curious why she’s worried about glass shards?   Is she against using tempered glass.

  • Don’t use canola oil substitute olive oil or higher temp rice bran oil.   High protein is definitely the way to start the day, but it looks like a lot of prep and cooking early in the morning.   I wished she would have shown how to make it in advance for a week.   Curious why she’s worried about glass shards?   Is she against using tempered glass.

  • We are both in our 80’s and still believe in having a strong body and a calm mind. This was an excellent video and we learned a lot. We are doing research for our new YT channel that is all about healthy aging. Thank you so much and keep up the great work!

  • Hey friends,I was wondering if you heard of this weight loss program before? https://tinyurl.com/y45bzzwo It looks like a great program to help people lose weight.I was just looking for some options before I made my decision.By the way, I love the content you have been posting lately!

  • No leadership, no plan, the deaths keeps rising. The con man in chief says “it is what it is”
    Register and VOTE for leaders that respect science and scientists. Your life may depend on it.
    The GOP cult and Putin’s Puppet have lied to the American people. The gullible believe the lies.

  • Thank you brother for video show but I want u show about Good fat-burning foods do not affect the stomach. Because I have a stomach problem

  • Going WFPB is the best you can do for your health.:) That and switching off the mainstream media, realising none of the government measures have anything to do with promoting your health and well-being and go out and protest.

  • Ladies Ladies, we should listen to what he’s saying and focus on content. Respect him for his intelligence and personality, not how steamy he looks in those glasses.

  • All of this looks delicious!!!
    I love the fact that you use MSG in your cooking. �� It is such a misunderstood & vilified seasoning.

  • If you eat this everyday.. its so wrong!!
    Nice ingredients but dont eat this everyday.
    btw, this eggs are completly wrong.
    else very nice video.
    Thumbs up

  • He looks good, his voice is sexy, he stays healthy and he could cook. Geeeeezzzuuuzzzz��. I asked for one like this for Christmas and I guess he was shipped somewhere else ����

  • Quick question for everyone, how do you usually cook your eggs? I barely cook it at all, I let the whites turn white and some of the yellow harden a bit, but overall it’s still pretty runny and quite a few parts of it remain kinda raw. A mother load of salt on the rawer parts. My breakfast in a nutshell: slimy salty eggs. It’s good though, what about you?

  • One small criticism: Many of the recipes didn’t take into account all the spices added to the dishes in the $25.

    That being said, this was outstanding!

  • My husband gets so sick and tired of chicken tho cuz all of the low cost meals tend to use it. That or ground beef (rolling eyes here). Can you do something with say another meat where you buy in bulk say some fish, other seafood ($17++), quality beef, etc. for the large size of seafood medley at costco…. but if you can put it in the freezer and average it out for 4 meals over 2 weeks. That is about $4 per meal in an expensive dinner and you can do cheap breakfast and lunch that day. Or just average it out with cheap dinners that week if you are only doing dinners.

  • Thanks for the videothat looks delicious! We were just wondering where you got that awesome plate/bowl. We’re minimalists and always looking for more versatility. Thanks.

  • the only thing is that is hard to trust because i never seen anyone have bacon before but i can do without the bacon, it looks good either way,

  • A curiosity…many folks view Canola oil as undesirable. Why do you choose to use it? Here is an article that explicates the “refining” process for Canola Oil. ( https://authoritynutrition.com/canola-oil-good-or-bad/) Article claims 90% of Rapeseed is Genetically Modified by Monsanto(which immediately eliminates it for me). It further claims that most Canola is made via the “Industrial” method of a Hexane(toxic) wash, but even the cold-pressed kind of Canola is a no go for me(again, NO GMO). Why not use the Macadamia Nut Oil instead, or Olive oil or Pasture raised Butter? Cheers!

  • Food that actually has taste and healthy for you!? Props for the ingredients brother! ��♥️

    Started Jan. 2020 @ 230 pounds
    180 now (july) and tired of eating canned tuna and chicken breasts, always looking for new healthy ingredients to spice up my life.

  • DEAR MIKE THURSTON I LIKE VERY MUCH YOUR RECEIPI OF HIGH CALORIES FOOD AND HANDSOME MAN I PRAY FOR YOUR HEALTH AND FOR YOUR EYES FITNESS GOD BLESS YOU THIS IS MY FIRST TIME AND HOPE THAT YOU PERSONALLY REPLY ME����

  • I’m sorry it’s the effort that she put in that makes the meal 10/10. The handmade meatballs and just to say ehhhh it needs more this or that. Call me sensitive but, it’s like he could help too..keep your criticism to minimum unless you want to help.

  • Your food looks amazing. I don’t even like half the ingredients u used but I felt like trying them all. I’m surely gonna try some of those at home!

  • 3 eggs: 21g protein and 15g fat.
    2 sausages: 15g protein and probably 10g fat because its with the skin.
    1 serving of beans: 12g protein, 24g carbs, and 1g fat
    And + u put so much oil… thats another 10g of fat…
    Ur breakfast was 48g protein, 24g carbs, and 36g fat.
    And thats definitely more than 30g of protein…

  • I grew up in Queens and lived in Brooklyn for many years, and I think it’s very easy to find affordable produce and meat in NYC, much more possible than upstate and other places where there are fewer choices where to shop. A big part of it is going to the Chinese grocery stores and Korean produce stores.

  • I just saw her fling seasonings and ingredients here and there so quickly I was like “Hold on gadam did she even measure? ��” Overall I’m impressed

  • I love this video. I wish I could shop with $25 for the week. I don’t know where June and Aaron live, but I live in a small country town and I have one grocery store to shop at. If I had the ability to shop around, it would be so great. All that said, she made some incredible meals. She even prepared things for future meals. June, you are amazing and so clever putting the items together and creating amazing recipes. Thank you for this video!

  • It depends on how you want to spread your calories out. I usually recommend getting the largest amount of calories in at breakfast and slowly tapering off during the day. However, if you say, go to the gym after work, then you will need to adjust that.

  • This whole video gave me hope to live �� thank you so much!
    Though I’m here only because I’ve seen you struggle with pancakes/crepes or whatever you can call it fun fact: frying them on iron is close to impossible so I’m so sorry you did that to yourself ��

  • I loved the video! That’s what we are trying to achieve at home, no waste and try new dishes with what we have.
    And she is wonderful! Glorious food and witty personality.

  • George Forman ceramic grill (great for oil free grilling of potatoes,tofu breaded veggies) etcGreat tip for easy clean up use parchment paper you can make fried potatoes with out oil. 45 to 50 minutes on high for potatoes.

  • When will we see June’s next video!? She is so creative with her cooking, I could watch her all day! I’m fairly certain with any budget given to her, she could make magic. Let’s keep the June cooking videos rollin!

  • There are a few replacements for a vegetarian. You can simply eat more eggs, however, this gets to be a lot of eggs. You can substitute soy, however, soy contains phytoestrogen and consuming large quantities of soy is not healthy. Tempeh, is a fermented soy product that is a better choice nutritionally, however, it is difficult taste-wise. Your best bet would be to have a small side dish of cottage cheese sprinkled with some cinnamon.

  • condom egg?
    man that’s too simple

    45 minutes deep overcooked fried eggs in condom steamed at 900 degrees Fahrenheit, then eat also the condom

  • There are a few replacements for a vegetarian. You can simply eat more eggs, however, this gets to be a lot of eggs. You can substitute soy, however, soy contains phytoestrogen and consuming large quantities of soy is not healthy. Tempeh, is a fermented soy product that is a better choice nutritionally, however, it is difficult taste-wise. Your best bet would be to have a small side dish of cottage cheese sprinkled with some cinnamon.

  • Fantastic, Dani! I enjoy tweaking recipe a bit! Still comes out yummmmy, fast and easy! I cook mine on my Weber Grill, in bitter cold winter and the aroma still makes it’s way into my house. Can’t wait to try other recipes! Thank you for all you do!!! Taught me a lot!

  • Ree Drummond did this on the food network this past weekend. However, she didn’t have holes in her pants. Get some blue jean knee duct tape next time at the clothing store. Thx

  • Personal timestamp:
    2:01 Sunny side up egg
    2:25 Olive oil fried egg
    2:52 Olive oil fried (basted) egg
    3:19 Olive oil fried (steamed) egg
    3:34 Over-easy/medium/hard egg
    4:40 McMuffin egg
    4:57 Cracked-and-scrambled egg
    5:30 Low-and-slow scrambled egg
    6:01 Hot-and-fast scrambled egg
    6:33 Boiled egg
    10:11 Poached egg
    10:41 Cooked in tomato sauce egg
    13:11 Diner-style omelet egg
    13:42 French omelet egg
    14:14 Souffled omelet egg
    14:46 Cloud egg
    19:50 Rice cooker egg
    20:51 Condom egg

  • Dump the canola.  Use virgin coconut oil to cook with.  Low melt temp, high nutritional value.  Good for oil pulling (cleaning the teeth), and excellent for hair.

  • In the morning, I make pancakes, but I substitute the flour with cow meat, eggs with more eggs, milk with whey protein blend and syrup with rage and resentment.

  • There are a few replacements for a vegetarian. You can simply eat more eggs, however, this gets to be a lot of eggs. You can substitute soy, however, soy contains phytoestrogen and consuming large quantities of soy is not healthy. Tempeh, is a fermented soy product that is a better choice nutritionally, however, it is difficult taste-wise. Your best bet would be to have a small side dish of cottage cheese sprinkled with some cinnamon.

  • When does one become an adult? When one become 18? No.
    When one get a degree? Nope.
    When one owns a house? Nay!

    It’s when one watches an entire video of a man eating egg 59 ways!

  • What scientific evidence was used to tell people to eat this much protein within 30 minutes of waking? Where are the clinical trials that supports Tim Ferris’s methods?

  • I typically eat one meal a day and will like to know if I can stick to the protocol (90% cal from fat and under 1200) but only eat that single meal.

  • Sounds like something I should try. Just wondering if this is something you would combine with exercise like a 3 days a week run of a 4 miles. Seeing the small amount of calories and the amount of calories you burg during a run etc.

  • Hey don’t know how I got to this channel, but I’m hooked. This recipe is awesome and easy. Best of all, it’s great for meal prep. Please more one pan options.

  • how much do american groceries total on average? 25 dollars converted in my country could buy a week of food included with good meat already for a family of 4 so im quite shocked lol

  • Since posting this video I’ve quit using canola oil and basically all oils (vegetable, nut and seed) other than coconut and olive oil. In fact I wrote an article for Food Renegade entitled “Why Canola Oil is NOT a Healthy Food.” Thanks for your comment!

  • This Chinese egg custard is an insult to all of us Chinese people
    Why would you add chicken stock?
    The way we do it is just beat the eggs, add a dash of water, salt, and steam it. After it finishes steaming, we take it out and drizzle on in a slightly watered-down soy sauce. Delicious when you get the timing right

  • Dump the canola.  Use virgin coconut oil to cook with.  Low melt temp, high nutritional value.  Good for oil pulling (cleaning the teeth), and excellent for hair.

  • This is glorious, I have been researching “best workout for women at home” for a while now, and I think this has helped. Ever heard of Zanabriel Workout Weevilled (should be on google have a look )? Ive heard some interesting things about it and my mate got cool success with it.

  • I typically eat one meal a day and will like to know if I can stick to the protocol (90% cal from fat and under 1200) but only eat that single meal.

  • What scientific evidence was used to tell people to eat this much protein within 30 minutes of waking? Where are the clinical trials that supports Tim Ferris’s methods?

  • You are getting metal in the food by using the stainless steel container and fork also altering the state of the food by introducing more heavy metals. Unless you are using an already chipped glass bowl, you shouldn’t have anything to worry about. If you really want to be safe, use wood. Oh no, splinters.

  • You look like a completely different person with that tanned skin and super short hair compared to your older videos. It suits you!

  • Really good episode! We doing the same and make our own meat free version south Asian food.
    Your man should learn to cook instead of judging ��

  • If you’d like to know more I highly recommend going to the Naughty Nutritionist, Kaayla Daniels and reading up on her articles about bacon. Also the Weston A Price Foundation is a fabulous resource as well. In closing, the absolute best and safest choice you can make is to get your cured meats from pastured animals that have been cured using traditional methods.

  • There are a few replacements for a vegetarian. You can simply eat more eggs, however, this gets to be a lot of eggs. You can substitute soy, however, soy contains phytoestrogen and consuming large quantities of soy is not healthy. Tempeh, is a fermented soy product that is a better choice nutritionally, however, it is difficult taste-wise. Your best bet would be to have a small side dish of cottage cheese sprinkled with some cinnamon.

  • Sounds like something I should try. Just wondering if this is something you would combine with exercise like a 3 days a week run of a 4 miles. Seeing the small amount of calories and the amount of calories you burg during a run etc.

  • My husband gets so sick and tired of chicken tho cuz all of the low cost meals tend to use it. That or ground beef (rolling eyes here). Can you do something with say another meat where you buy in bulk say some fish, other seafood ($17++), quality beef, etc. for the large size of seafood medley at costco…. but if you can put it in the freezer and average it out for 4 meals over 2 weeks. That is about $4 per meal in an expensive dinner and you can do cheap breakfast and lunch that day. Or just average it out with cheap dinners that week if you are only doing dinners.

  • Saw you for the first time. Your high protein breakfasts were great. Glad i found you. Keep up the good cooking. Plus your body looks great.

  • Are you the actor Rodrigo Santoro from the movie ‘Love Actually’?…….. Seriously though young man, from one Mediterranean man to another…. you have really inspired me with these breakfast guides. I used to workout strictly in the early 90’s and have not really trained seriously since then. I have been trying for years to get back to it and now I am. You obviously have a great physique and I find your channel really clear helpful and inspiring. Thank you Marino

  • Learning to feed ourselves in a healthful and nourishing manner is an ongoing process, as we all are continually being inundated with contrary choices and information. Instead of being critical, one might choose to educate.

  • Its a nice diet… if you can afford and and you’re not pressed for time in the morning…Even the shake video is quite expensive and takes a long while to make

  • Go KITO go chorizo add massive salad and that would have been it for the day.

    No oats INSULIN INSULIN INSULIN pass

    That oil spray its poison get raw organic cold pressed olive oil or BUTTER FROM grass fed caws. Spray its rich in omega 6 perfume bleach inflammation inflammation inflammation….pass

  • What if I told you vegetarians consume animals foods, but not flesh? Vegans are the one that don’t consume anything from an animal. Understand?

  • I have just noticed that Mike has had a hair transplant since this video look at his more recent videos and his hairline is way further down

  • Looks delicious. Thanks. Canola oil is rapeseed oil, which is a machine oil. There was a big PR campaign by the rapeseed oil industry to make it seem healthy, but it was never for human consumption. Look into it.

  • Forget calories think poison and stay away from meat from Supermarkets and oil in little spray bottles. EAT YOUR FATS organic/ grass fed / raw / cold pressed/ voila

  • Maybe the Rollie egg tasted plasticky because you didn’t take it out of the plastic wrapper…?
    And btw, you left out my favorite type of cooking an egg, Cheesy-Scrambled egg. ������

  • This is one of my favourite go-to meals, especially since I can substitute whatever roasting veggies I have in my fridge at the moment. Also love the minimal cleanup and prep time:)

  • Aaron sounds like he knows food y’all. I need people like him to honestly let me know what the best and the worst parts of my dish is. That way when I make it AGAIN we know what ingredients really shine and what can make other ingredients shine where they lack. Not every dish hits crazy especially when you’re experimenting. To me, he’s INCREDIBLY lucky to have her, and she is very very lucky to have someone like him:)

  • GMO’s have and continue to save lives across the world. They are wonderful. We have been modifying our food since the agricultural revolution. Now we have a significantly more effective way to do it. Goooooo G M O ‘S!!!!

  • If you’d like to know more I highly recommend going to the Naughty Nutritionist, Kaayla Daniels and reading up on her articles about bacon. Also the Weston A Price Foundation is a fabulous resource as well. In closing, the absolute best and safest choice you can make is to get your cured meats from pastured animals that have been cured using traditional methods.

  • While we’re on the subject, let’s talk a little about the use of such things as celery salt. Today, most manufacturers of “nitrite free” brands add celery salt, which is about 50% nitrate, plus a started culture of bacteria. This transforms the nitrate found naturally in the celery salt into nitrite, which cures the meat. Although manufacturers label this bacon “nitrite free,” this method actually generates more nitrite from the celery salt than would ever be added as a salt.

  • Instead manufacturers opt for fast and cheap methods by which inferior quality factory-farmed meat is pumped and plumped with a liquid cure solution that includes sodium erthrobate and sodium nitrite, along with “liquid smoke,” spices and flavorings heavy in MSG. “Liquid Smoke” btw, is being investigated by the European Food safety Authority for safety as a food flavoring b/c of evidence of genotoxicity and cytotoxicity. with one study suggesting it is more toxic than cigarette smoke!

  • i think at last in the final you did not calculate correclty the salmon has aprox 120 calories more than the cod in a 8oz serving and the 2 spoons of olive oil have 230 aprox.Thats the difference detween the two dishes so the caloric dif should be 120+230=350 cal how did you end up with 624?thats not even possible

  • We are both in our 80’s and still believe in having a strong body and a calm mind. This was an excellent video and we learned a lot. We are doing research for our new YT channel that is all about healthy aging. Thank you so much and keep up the great work!

  • Made this last night after coming home exhausted and late with blank slate chicken thighs staring at me accusingly for why they had been sitting around in the fridge for days with no action! Turned to your Youtube channel as I so often do in these situations and saw this recipe. Had it on the table in 30 minutes. Accompanied by a salad I threw together while it baked. Delicious, wholesome and satisfying! TY, TY, TY, TY Dani!!!!

  • For a quicker option try my 30 grams of protein 4-hour body breakfast smoothie. It’s an easy way to get 30 grams of protein in a short amount of time. There’s a link at the end of this video.

  • Hey don’t know how I got to this channel, but I’m hooked. This recipe is awesome and easy. Best of all, it’s great for meal prep. Please more one pan options.

  • Fantastic, Dani! I enjoy tweaking recipe a bit! Still comes out yummmmy, fast and easy! I cook mine on my Weber Grill, in bitter cold winter and the aroma still makes it’s way into my house. Can’t wait to try other recipes! Thank you for all you do!!! Taught me a lot!

  • Until I read the comments, I thought this was just a brilliant cooking video…most people seem to think it’s about a relationship though. Now what is it? Do you want to clarify, June? P.S. I love your recipes and your style as a filmmaker, that’s enough for me.

  • It depends on how you want to spread your calories out. I usually recommend getting the largest amount of calories in at breakfast and slowly tapering off during the day. However, if you say, go to the gym after work, then you will need to adjust that.

  • Such an awesome recipe. Thanks so much Dani this is going to be awesome for those of singletons who can make use of a quick, simple, one pan dish that gives us a great extras-for-later meals, with minimal fuss!

  • Ree Drummond did this on the food network this past weekend. However, she didn’t have holes in her pants. Get some blue jean knee duct tape next time at the clothing store. Thx

  • GMO’s have and continue to save lives across the world. They are wonderful. We have been modifying our food since the agricultural revolution. Now we have a significantly more effective way to do it. Goooooo G M O ‘S!!!!

  • This is hard for me to do because of my schedule I get up to open the gym at 4am to 7am and I don’t exactly want to eat that early in the morning til I leave then I grab breakfast. I just have ice water and my keto coffee holds me over.

  • Hi Dani, can I store the remaining cooked food in an airtight container for 2-3 days? I liked this recipe and thought of making them like a meals prep.

  • Learning to feed ourselves in a healthful and nourishing manner is an ongoing process, as we all are continually being inundated with contrary choices and information. Instead of being critical, one might choose to educate.

  • This was incredibly informative. Each time I wondered something, it was the next thing you addressed. Really well done. Thank you!

  • I loved the video! That’s what we are trying to achieve at home, no waste and try new dishes with what we have.
    And she is wonderful! Glorious food and witty personality.

  • if im not doing workout and just some running to lose weight, should i eat the low calories option?? my problem is i always get hungry at night or late night:(

  • What’s with these common people’s obsession with gulfing down so much protein anytime they can. You don’t need that much protein and it won’t do much except being converted to glucose and fat and the nitrogen is peed out. Energy-wise it’s a poor form of energy compared to carbs and fats. Yeah, when you first go on a high-protein diet you’ll certainly lose body-weight, but most of that is water weight stemmed from starving your body of higher quality energy sources. Eventually you’re gonna lose energy and metabolism and gain all the weight back. Not saying people should eat low-protein either, but basically everybody who lives and eats in the US get enough protein from their regular diets. Silly people.

  • This is glorious, I have been researching “best workout for women at home” for a while now, and I think this has helped. Ever heard of Zanabriel Workout Weevilled (should be on google have a look )? Ive heard some interesting things about it and my mate got cool success with it.

  • So so helpful, I feel like I have to work so hard just to get up to 2,500cal a day but really like the useful tips of olive oils bits and dates

  • I love these videos! More budget eats please! Struggle is real with budgeting grocery bill. I love how you are super creative with your meals. More Asian dishes FTW ����.

  • Its amazing how many dummies fall for this bull. That’s not meals, that’s tasters as in small appetizers. Get your self 7 cans of baked beans, 7 cans of tuna or chicken, frozen vegetables and there’s your 7 meals. Cheap, tastier and way hell more food than this bull

  • Aaron sounds like he knows food y’all. I need people like him to honestly let me know what the best and the worst parts of my dish is. That way when I make it AGAIN we know what ingredients really shine and what can make other ingredients shine where they lack. Not every dish hits crazy especially when you’re experimenting. To me, he’s INCREDIBLY lucky to have her, and she is very very lucky to have someone like him:)

  • Please help I was having fish once every day I started feeling my skin felt oily so I thought I’d Google it and google is saying u can only have fish 2 times a week is this true

  • Hmm, let’s think now. How many are suffering from glass shards? Lol. Is health about what type of container you scramble eggs in OR about avoiding (make that eliminating) eggs in the first place? Sausage? REALLY? How many are suffering degenerative disease due to high-fat high-protein low-carb meals of the Standard American Diet (SAD)? Do yourself a favor. Head on over to drmcdougall.com; it’s free!

  • Since posting this video I’ve quit using canola oil and basically all oils (vegetable, nut and seed) other than coconut and olive oil. In fact I wrote an article for Food Renegade entitled “Why Canola Oil is NOT a Healthy Food.” Thanks for your comment!

  • And, if you don’t have enough chicken to go round, slice the chicken, portion it out on top of a simple salad, veggies on the side, add a signature Danigrette!

  • Thanks for the videothat looks delicious! We were just wondering where you got that awesome plate/bowl. We’re minimalists and always looking for more versatility. Thanks.

  • You look like a completely different person with that tanned skin and super short hair compared to your older videos. It suits you!

  • For a quicker option try my 30 grams of protein 4-hour body breakfast smoothie. It’s an easy way to get 30 grams of protein in a short amount of time. There’s a link at the end of this video.

  • I like the idea of this meal, and I’ve been eating like this for the last month (high protein, low/slow carb) but my body doesn’t seem to be responding and I’m thinking it’s because of the fat. I look at this meal and I think sausage, eggs, beans, oil, avocado… that’s a LOT of fat, even if it’s healthy fat! Is it possible that some people are more sensitive to fat than others, and would benefit from a higher carb:fat ratio?

  • Until I read the comments, I thought this was just a brilliant cooking video…most people seem to think it’s about a relationship though. Now what is it? Do you want to clarify, June? P.S. I love your recipes and your style as a filmmaker, that’s enough for me.

  • I think another tip should be ask yourself why you want to eat a plant-based diet. I’ve often seen Fay Channel say that people fail on the die because they never really had a clear reason for making the change

  • So first, amazing work, the cook, the queen, “Delish” is a goddess on earth. Second, NGL, the fact this his name is Arin/Aran/Aaron reminds me of the Grumps. Their interactions are concerning similar. Dan & Arin actually act like a married couple. I know that was the joke, but it’s real!

  • Thanks for the pancake recipe! I’ve been really struggling to eat breakfast every morning, but I think this could help a lot if I try to make it in advance and leave the eggs out until the last second.
    Could you make a video with 3 options for lunch and another with 3 options for dinner? That would be very useful.

  • I agree that my generalized comment regarding nitrites could have held much more information. Since making this video I have done a lot more research regarding nitrates and nitrites, and the truth is that the traditional way in which sodium nitrite was used did not produce carcinogenic nitrosamines, but instead healthy nitrous oxide. Supermarket bacon/sausage may also use sodium nitrite, but not in the traditional way. read the next reply as I am running out of allowable characters.

  • What’s with these common people’s obsession with gulfing down so much protein anytime they can. You don’t need that much protein and it won’t do much except being converted to glucose and fat and the nitrogen is peed out. Energy-wise it’s a poor form of energy compared to carbs and fats. Yeah, when you first go on a high-protein diet you’ll certainly lose body-weight, but most of that is water weight stemmed from starving your body of higher quality energy sources. Eventually you’re gonna lose energy and metabolism and gain all the weight back. Not saying people should eat low-protein either, but basically everybody who lives and eats in the US get enough protein from their regular diets. Silly people.

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    The GOP cult and Putin’s Puppet have lied to the American people. The gullible believe the lies.

  • I think another tip should be ask yourself why you want to eat a plant-based diet. I’ve often seen Fay Channel say that people fail on the die because they never really had a clear reason for making the change

  • Winner of a video, been searching for “calories in grilled chicken” for a while now, and I think this has helped. Have you ever come across Giyatthew Vanharlotte Release (Have a quick look on google cant remember the place now )? It is an awesome exclusive guide for building body strength without the normal expense. Ive heard some interesting things about it and my close friend Aubrey at very last got amazing success with it.

  • Surprised by Kale. Love it steamed with a topping a fruit, like strawberries or mango, and drizzled with balsamic vinegar. Truly a feast for the eyes, as well as the body.