Breakfast: Omelette with spinach, tomatoes, mushrooms, and peppers.
Post Breakfast: Vitamins, fish oil, ginger, Bulletproof Coffee.
Pre-Workout: Amino Acids, creatine.
Post-Workout: Whey Protein, creatine, Amino Acids, banana.
Lunch: Some type of lean protein, vegetable, and carb (yams, rice, squash).
Snacks (as needed): Nuts, avocado, fruit, protein shake, boiled eggs.
Dinner: Some type of lean protein, vegetable, and carb (yams, rice, squash).
Before bed snack: Greek yogurt with blueberries.
Cheat meals happen 1-3x a week approximately: Wings, Pizza, Hamburgers, Wonton soup.
I was worried that cutting oats, and pasta out of my diet would cut my energy levels but just the opposite happened. I notice that my energy levels are more balanced now.
If you are concerned about losing strength on the paleo diet, you can look at my example. Sure my squats are a bit lighter, but my speed is up, and I feel a lot better. We will see if I can get some squat PR's at this lighter body weight soon.
Next up, I will be experimenting with eating ketogenic diet which has an emphasis of higher fat content instead of primal source of food. Basically you want to eat a ratio of 4:1(fat to protein) and keep carbs under 30grams a day. Hard to do. But, eating a modified atkins diet while taking exogenous ketones AKA a Ketone supplement, also keeps you in ketosis as per Dr. Dominic D'agostino.
Some good resources are:
I also want to give credit to Rob Macklem for the May 2013 competition photo of me chalking up.