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    Diet Question

    i read the diet and diet tips on the home page but still didnt recieve the facts that iwas looking for
    i look at the back of pacages of food and still it gets a little confusing
    from what i read on the board i understand that i should get on a diet that allows 2g protien per body lb.
    if i weigh 165 lbs then i should eat 330 g of protien ed.

    lets say for breakfest i have 2 eggs(not sure but lets say 10g) on 2 slices of white bread(4g) with 4 slices of bacon(8g) and 1 slice of cheese(4g)=26g

    for lunch 1 can of tuna(30g)on white bread(4g)=34g

    after lunch between dinner a twin labs protien shake(45g)=45g

    for dinner 1chicken breast(45g) rice(8g)and some veggies(2g)=55g
    total grams 160

    in order to get the right amount i would need
    4 eggs 4slices of bread 8slices of bacon 2 slices of cheese
    2 cans of tuna on 2 sandwhiches
    2 protien shakes
    2 chicken breasts with double portion rice and viggies=320g
    throw in a couple of glasses of milk and its about right.

    is there somthing i can eat without inqesting all this food?
    because i dont think i will be able to move after eating this amount of food.i have 2 jobs and feel like i would be unable to budge an inch after that.
    also is liqid protien(protien shakes)as good as real food because if not that just means more food.

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    dude if you think this is alot of food> you ata see my daily intake, and i'm still ready for the next feeding. if your trying to put on size you gotta eat more bro. your calories are too low
    -solid

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    Eat at least 5 full meals and 2 shakes/bars and you'll be in business. Your body will get used to it quickly.

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    vitamin B Complex bro. either effervescent or shots - you'll have no problem with hunger

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    Originally posted by Iwan2bsolid2
    dude if you think this is alot of food> you ata see my daily intake, and i'm still ready for the next feeding. if your trying to put on size you gotta eat more bro. your calories are too low
    -solid
    what would you suggest would be good to pack on the calories
    i was taking one of those products(not sure which one)it was called weight gain 3000 it has 3000 calories 50g protien.
    the only thing i noticed getting bigger was my belly.
    any suggestions?

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    BTW eggs have 6 grams of protein and 6 grams of fat. take out the yoke and u got no fat.

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    Hey, 4 plates, the reason why you workin a big belly from that, is it was loaded with WAAYYY too many cals for one sitting. But like my bro..wan2besolid says, "you wanna get big?...you gotta eat big!". Trust me, take it up 500 cals a week, and before you know you'll be eating more than ever and it's easy as gettin a hard-on when you see a pic of pamela anderson from behind wearing only a leapord thong on a tuesday night. I can't make it more than 2.5-3 hours b/w meals, mostly 2 hours. You just get used it...

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    same here it works like clock work every three hours I start to get hungry I dont even have to look at the clock. The biggest problem is staying away from the junk food.

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