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Old 10-23-2008, 12:24 PM   #1
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At this moment in time im trying to build size and mass, im in the gym 5 days aweek, but is my diet ok?????
Meal 1. is 100g of honey and oats and a protein and carb shake
meal 2. is 8 eggs whites and 2 whole eggs 3 slices of brown bread and 1 banana 1 protein ad carb shake.
I then hit the gym for an hour.
Meal 3 post workout. 1 banana another protein and carb shake 50g almonds.
Meal 4. 200g pasta 1 tin of tuna 1 tin of tomatoes, a jar of olives and tin oinion.
Meal 5. 100g of honey and oats
Meal 6. 50g of cottage cheese and 50g of pinapple
Meal 7. 1 protein drink with skimmed milk
Im 180 pounds and 5ft 10, with little body fat, but am i on the right tracks??? or could i improve any???
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Old 10-23-2008, 12:30 PM   #2
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besides the almonds where are the healthy fats?

and usually fat doesn't fit in well after workout...just slows everything down.
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5 days of weight training ? From personal experience I find that to much - Rest is what makes you grow -

As for your diet - Congrats on eating healthy , that's all part of it. But,

There is a few things that you could change up , but if your wanting to gain size and mass your going to want to eat more.

Can you give us a break down of that Carbs , Protein and Fat = total calories ?

You may want to cut back on the protein shakes and increase the amount of whole foods ( protein mainly)

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what would be healthy fats???
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peanut butter, olive oil, avocados, almonds, fish oil, flax oil...
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Your protein intake is very low.
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im not sure about the fats but my daily intake of protein is approx 233g and 416 of carbs
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That's only 2600 cals - find out how much fat your taking in. Are you weighing or measuring your food or is this best guess ?


Most your protein is coming from shakes. Eat some real food.
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approx 3000 calories per day
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i do weight my food out but to be honest i only check that the food i eat is low in fat, so from now on i will be paying more attention to fat
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