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Old 05-18-2008, 10:47 AM   #1
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hey guys ive been trying to loose weight lately , im trying to get down to about 200 by the middle of august. and the first 2 weeks i lost 8 pounds, but now im stuck around 215, before all i did was take out chocolate milk and fried food, but its not working anymore. heres my weekday diet:


6:50 wake up

7:30 breakfast sandwitch (english muffin, egg, slice of cheese, sausage patty) 10oz 1% milk

11:00 turkey and pepperjack sandwitch on wheat bread (with lettuce, tomatoe, pickles and a little mayo) 20oz of 1%milk

4:00 PWO shake 2 scoops of whey in 15oz of 1% milk

6:30-7:30 whatever my mom cooks. light on carbs and heavy on protien + 30oz of 1% milk

9:30-10:00 half a peanutbutter sandwitch and 15oz of 1% milk

11:30-12:00 sleeptime



weekends this is what it looks like:

10:00 wake up

12:00-1:00 chicken and provolone sandwitch on wheat (with a little miricale whip)

4:00 30oz 1%milk

6:30-7:30 whatever my mom cooks. light on carbs and heavy on protien + 30oz of 1% milk

9:30-10:00 half a peanutbutter sandwitch and 15oz of 1% milk

11:30-12:00 sleeptime

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i wish i could live on crack and protien shakes...
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Old 05-18-2008, 10:53 AM   #2
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Your protein intake is low and your fat intake is high. Fats tends to get stored as fat. It's the most calorie dense macro nutrient. Do you use fitday?

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never used fitday, what is it?
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ditch the cheese and sausage
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fitday will help you monitor your caloric intake...to get an idea of what you need to take in to cut...there is a calculator in the how to bulk sticky i think...it'll give a general idea of where to get started...

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ill try that pitysister, thanks.
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and what does your cardio look like?
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Sounds good. I think your macros are off. I think it's good to try to stay between 40/30/30 & 50/30/20 (pro/carb/fat). I especially try to keep carbs & fats lower when cutting. Probably 40% of your calories are coming from fat.
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That's a lot of milk that I think you need to cut out and add more fat from E V Olive oil, fish oil and nuts. I would stay with the % break down but switch carbs and fat so it's 50/20/30 (pro/carb/fat), I like lowering the carbs becuase of the insulin spike one might get from carbs, keeping them low and fat a little higher does help this a little. also how many cals. are you taking now?

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