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Old 01-11-2010, 09:41 PM   #1
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Default Check out my diet

Check out my diet and say opinion, tips, etc..

NOTE: GENERALLY I DO NOT USE SUPPLEMENTS, I ONLY USE WHEY PROTEIN AFTER EACH TRAINING TO ANABOLIZES AS FAST AS POSSIBLE, I WILL GAIN MUSCLE BASICALLY BY MY DIET.
TOTAL:
carbohydrates: 295
protein: 180
DAYS WITHOUT TRAINING I LOW CARBS.
ALSO LOW PROTEINS TO 140.

Age: 19
Weight: 78kg (170 lbs)
Height: 5'8 '

Volume Diet

11:30: Breakfast:
orange juice, raisins, skim milk, cereal, bread, multivitamin-cemtrum.
carbohydrates: 70
Protein: 30

2pm: 2 meal
rice, chicken, turkey or fish, beans, banana, vegetable salad.
carbohydrates: 100
Protein: 40

3:30 to 5pm-training

5pm: (post-workout)
a banana, honey, whey protein
carbohydrates: 50
Protein: 24

5:40 pm: 3 meal
tuna in water, 3 to 4 egg whites, oatmeal, vegetable juice, vegetables, vitamin C.
carbohydrates: 30
Protein: 35

9pm: 4 meal
chicken breast or turkey, or tuna, rice, vegetables (one of the vegetables I eat at this time is spinach)
carbohydrates: 25
Protein: 26

12:30 a.m. 5 Meal
milk, cheese, vegetables.
carbohydrates: 20
Protein: 28
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Old 01-13-2010, 11:55 AM   #2
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I hear so many things about diet I am lost on whats truly best, the only comments I have is that it looks decent, maybe a few more sources of good fats, uhm...exactly what kind of bread for breakfast? Also, what is your goal, that matters a great deal?
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Old 01-13-2010, 12:56 PM   #3
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I hear so many things about diet I am lost on whats truly best, the only comments I have is that it looks decent, maybe a few more sources of good fats, uhm...exactly what kind of bread for breakfast? Also, what is your goal, that matters a great deal?
My main goal is to gain muscle mass.
The bread for breakfast is whole wheat.
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Old 01-13-2010, 01:49 PM   #4
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Alright, then all I would add is also, switch to some sort of beef or steak instead of chicken all the time...don't cut out chicken, chicken is great, but just switch it up a little with other protein sources. Also I would suggest some sort of omega-3 supp. Its near impossible to eat enough fish to get what you need.
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Old 01-14-2010, 08:17 AM   #5
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if i calculate your nutrients on trining days i get 1900 calories, well itīs without fat calories, but 1900 is far to less. if you wanna gain some muscle, you should aim for ~3400 calories(maybe 400-600 carb calories lesser on non-sports-days)
iīd recomend you to eat: 90grams of fat
260g of protein
380g of carbs
try to eat healthy fats, lot of vegetables, and 2-4 pieces of fruit every day. also try to eat 2-3times a week salmon for omega-3s. another good suorce for omega3s are walnuts,. alongsides withe some cottage cheese or any other slow acting protein, 30 grams of walnuts are a perfect snack just before goinig to bed.
really try to eat enough calories, the 3400 i just recomended are a good figure, otherwise you may over-train and under-eat, just like i did the last 4 months, and then you realize all at once, that youīve lost some size and regret it desparately. so donīt make that mistake ;)
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Old 01-22-2010, 01:14 PM   #6
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Old 01-24-2010, 12:13 PM   #7
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Your overall diet looks pretty good but i alpha_xx is right you need to up your calories if your stuglling to add it in then try adding some more protein shakes. I would say going by your weight you need 3000 calories + per day

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Old 03-16-2010, 12:55 AM   #8
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Question Nutrition

Lauren(18).My goal is to gain big leg muscle mass,and this is the diet i'm following.Check it out.
7:30-4 egg whites,half can tuna,glass of low fat milk,+1tbs.penaut butter.

11:00-nuts

1:00-2 slice wholemeal bread,tuna+1tbs low fat mayo.

3:00-small apple,cyclone bar

5:00-salmon fillets(200g)frozen mixed vegetables+potatoe

6:30-go running
7:00-7:50-excercises(lots of heavy squats,sit-ups,stepper...)
-2 scoops of cyclone

8:30-toast with cottage cheese on top.
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Old 03-16-2010, 01:41 PM   #9
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I would have to agree with Alpha_XX, your cals are more like weight loss count. The more cals you burn the lower your wieght, if your trying to build you need cals and pro to be "overloaded".

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Old 03-16-2010, 05:15 PM   #10
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Thumbs up diet

Tnx for the advice.But,what food would you suggest,and how much?I need to know exactly what to do,because i really want these big legs:
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