Nutritionally speaking, am I missing out on anything if I eat this and only this literally everyday?

Nutritionally speaking, am I missing out on anything if I eat this and only this literally everyday? I currently have no one else to cook for so I can't be bothered with effort or variety so been just making this for a while. I just want to know if this is deficient in something important.

Main Ingredients are:
>Chicken
>Egg
>Carrot
>Bell pepper
>Zucchini
>Onion
>Mushrooms
>Noodles
>Not in this batch but often: brockoli, bok choy

Besides this the only other things I consume are water and whole milk.

Also am OMAD chad.

  1. 5 months ago
    Anonymous

    Yeah, you are missing out on some essential vitamins; if you don't reply to this post your mother will die in her sleep tonight

    • 5 months ago
      Anonymous

      Like what and where do I get them from?
      t. noob at this

      >eating the same stuff everyday
      Unless you are autistic that's humanly impossible. You will get bored and crave for the first shit you see

      Eating is just a chore, don't crave for anything. Let me guess, you are Unitedstatian?

      • 5 months ago
        Anonymous

        >Let me guess, you are Unitedstatian?
        Spaniard
        >Eating is just a chore, don't crave for anything
        So you simply eat to stay alive, not because you enjoy it. Good for you I guess.

        • 5 months ago
          Anonymous

          >Spaniard
          Ok, makes sense and not in a bad way. You have nice food culture.

    • 5 months ago
      Anonymous

      Fag kys

  2. 5 months ago
    Anonymous

    >eating the same stuff everyday
    Unless you are autistic that's humanly impossible. You will get bored and crave for the first shit you see

    • 5 months ago
      Anonymous

      That's dumb. OP specifically wants to know if this food gives him everything his body needs. And do you know what happens when the human body is getting everything it needs nutritionally? It doesn't crave anything because cravings are for foods/nutrients that you're not getting.

    • 5 months ago
      Anonymous

      Honestly I'd be more than happy to eat the same thing everyday if it's not too expensive or processed and gives me all the nutrition I need. So far I'm only sure about butter and potatoes due to it's history but there is a lack of protein, iron and vitamin a from it so I've been having steak and carrot along with those. Orange juice for extra vitamin c and milk for calcium. The cooking is all in a single pan with some butter and doesn't take that long.
      Rice is empty calories and doesn't have much or any vitamins, makes me bloat. Flour (bread/pasta) and potatoes are versatile and seem good overall. The beef is getting a bit more expensive but I need it since it has more iron content than white meat and I need it to supplement for regular periods.

  3. 5 months ago
    Anonymous

    Why would you eat the same thing every day?

  4. 5 months ago
    Anonymous

    To actually answer you instead of spewing bullshit, unwanted faggy opinions from my ass like everyone else.
    No, your not missing anything in particular.

    • 5 months ago
      Anonymous

      Thank you. BEHOLD I HAVE SOLVED FOOD.

      https://i.imgur.com/wzP0N9m.jpg

      Why would you eat the same thing every day?

      I can enjoy food in a social setting but I am living very solitary right now so I just don't care. Pickup the same stuff from the store everytime, cook and get on with my life.

  5. 5 months ago
    Anonymous

    that's a healthy meal. i'd add some peas and some kind of leafy green

    • 5 months ago
      Anonymous

      all leafy greens are unhealthy
      humans didint start eating the until very recently stick to meat and fruits

      • 5 months ago
        Anonymous

        Completely untrue, humans have been consuming things like kale for thousands of years, in fact the scottish word for garden is “kale yard” because kale was the only thing they grew besides oats

        • 5 months ago
          Anonymous

          I wouldn't eat raw kale. I'd boil it a lot. Right now I've cut vegetables altogether for a while and just do fruit. I'm gonna see what that's like. But really I think just not eating junk food may be 90% of all of these special diets.

  6. 5 months ago
    Anonymous

    You can get 100% macro and miceo nutrients with
    >1 pound of meat
    >1 cup of nuts
    >3 cups of greens
    >coffee, pine tea and mineral water

    • 5 months ago
      Anonymous

      What about anti nutrients in nuts and spinach? Legit or keto carnivore autism?

      • 5 months ago
        Anonymous

        Antinutrients (phytates) bind to certain minerals, reducing slightly the amount you can absorb, but you’re getting well over 100% in all of them so it’s not an issue

    • 5 months ago
      Anonymous

      interdasting. how much is 3 cups "chopped" of lettuce? Why don't they go by weight instead of volume? You can squish a lot of lettuce into three cups...

  7. 5 months ago
    Anonymous

    its like you tried to pick the least nutrient food

    • 5 months ago
      Anonymous

      Uh huh. Thanks for the chart that doesn't include half the stuff in the recipe so I have no reference point, besides I don't know what this stuff means in the first place.

  8. 5 months ago
    Anonymous

    You’re probably hitting all your fat macros from the eggs and whole milk, but what sort of oil do you cook it in? But bro, please tell us you’re seasoning it properly and not eating it plain.

    • 5 months ago
      Anonymous

      Sesame oil, mostly because of the pans temperature. Yeah I season it.

  9. 5 months ago
    Anonymous

    Personally I lived off eating 3 things in university.
    - Wholewheat/udon noodles with leek, eggs, diced/stripped beef, 1 whole carrot, 1 glass of orange juice, 1 glass milk. Noodles and eggs are boiled, leek and beef is stirfried on butter. Seasoning was indomie Hispanice/korean ramen packet.
    - 1 steak, 1 diced potato, 1 whole carrot, 1 glass of orange juice, 1 glass of milk. Potato and steak in a single pan on butter.
    - Eggs, sausages, black pudding, canned beans on ketchup, bacon, leek, potato, tomato, carrot. (veg can be anything on sale tbh u just stirfry it, like swap tomato for mushroom if it's cheaper)

    Another thing I made was fried rice which was essentially a pack of cheap rice boiled which cost little to nothing and I'd essentially reuse any leftover ingredient from the 3 meals. This can mean the vegetables, meat and even the noodle powder seasoning. It also goes well with frozen vegetable mixes/ broccoli, in the frozen section and cheap canned meats such as spam or sardines/tuna (you may even eat spam slices instead of bacon if cheapening out). You can also make a soup with the ingredients listed, even better if you have chicken bullion powder (which you can also use on the rice by crumbling it in the water before cooking) and dry lentils or beans which are also not expensive.
    You'd probably have to visit the grocery store to get another liter of orange juice and milk (which is great mixed with protein powder). I tried eating 1 lemon or 1 fruit a day but it wasn't enough vitamin c, orange juice is good enough and is a good little sweet treat because it's a concentration of like 12 oranges in a single container, much cheaper and convenient.
    I had to eat beef over chicken or pork because I need more iron in my diet and beef is clean, easy and fast to cook. I also did omad. You may expand the budget with nuts or whatever bc calories.

  10. 5 months ago
    Anonymous

    probably be fine

  11. 5 months ago
    Anonymous

    >staples if you want tangible energy, mood, and Test boosts and libido that will probably disrupt your social life if you don't have a girl already
    beef
    pork
    bone/scale on deenz
    raw eggs
    cottage cheese/kefir/real yogurt, etc
    high end cheddar and parmesan cheese

    black beans
    red onion
    garlic
    bananas
    kiwi
    avocado

    raw pumpkin seeds
    almonds

    >desert
    unsweetened dark chocolate
    enough red wine to social lubricate and not a drop more

  12. 5 months ago
    Anonymous

    Sounds good, but I wouldnt go with fried every day. High acidity. Mix it up.

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