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    Aggression is offline Member
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    Changed my breakfast (a little worried)

    Usually I have for breakfast 1/2 cup of oatmeal with splenda and cinnamon, 5 egg whites, and a cup of green tea with some splenda.

    Well seeing that I am cutting and I don't get a chance to do cardio in the morning, I was thinking of dropping the oatmeal and making this a pro/fat meal by just having 5 hardboiled eggs (3 whole, 2 whites).

    My only concern is that by removing my morning carbs I won't have enough energy to get me through the day?

    Am I worrying for nothing?

    Here is my complete diet:

    Enough protein?

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    you'll have energy after a day or two, after your body goes into ketosis and starts running on fat. that where it sounds like your headed.

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    You can keep them or swap them. In the overall big picture, it really won't make a diff.

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    Hey swole I revised my diet again how does it look?

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    isnt going into ketosis bad for cutting since where trying to keep as much muscle possible while dieting? i read in arnolds book that ketosis is BAD news, any truth to it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by TRIBOL
    isnt going into ketosis bad for cutting since where trying to keep as much muscle possible while dieting? i read in arnolds book that ketosis is BAD news, any truth to it?

    TrIBOL
    Who said anything about ketosis??

    Besides, ketosis is a state one enters in a ketogenic diet, and this is not even close. Keto diest are also aimed at sparing lean mass, so I'm not sure what "Arnold's" book aims to accomplish.

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