I have a feeling this will be a very good diet for me. With a protein shake added to it on workout days and likely a healthy snack at night, I really think I could make some good gains like this. And it's cheap as hell.
936 calories from eggs, 1200 from chipotle, 400 for vegetable/potato medley, 200 for fruit, 500 for protein shake.
Got taken out to lunch and had a salad with blackened chicken which was delicious and healthy, so I didn't eat my lunch. But today I ate 6 hard boiled eggs on my way to work with a banana and an orange a short while later. And because they're going to go bad if I don't eat them, I'm planning on eating the other six tonight for dinner which would make a bakers dozen on the day and 21 in the last two days.
I know dietary cholesterol doesn't have anything to do with blood cholesterol but is this okay?
I feel like my diet is going to be incredible now that there is structure in my life.
When I initially dropped a lot of weight when I was a teenager, I ate about 12 egg whites/5 yolks for breakfast before school. I then ate maybe four or five more egg whites after school with a few yolks.
I would've killed for a poached egg lol. For whatever reason, I never thought of preparing them differently.
From my experience, I'd suggest sticking with the hard boiled eggs at work and then preparing a completely different style at home. Another option is to make egg salad. I generally dislike mayo but I like it in the egg salad. It's easy to prepare a bowl of it and then just weigh and take as much as you need.
You may not experience the same thing, but I was basically gagging/dry heaving before putting them in my mouth after a month or two of eating . Couldnt look at the damned things for at least a year.
I used to eat 2 whole eggs and 6 egg whites (hardboiled), every morning for breakfast back in college. It worked for several months, but after that period I couldn't stand eggs for a while, be careful.
I've been eating a much more pleasant breakfast recently: Greek yogurt with almonds and a bit of sugar.