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    help dividing up P/F/C per meal

    ok i'm still trying to just decide all the technical parts to my diet i'll decide the foods later but for now how is this split up as far as P/F/C per meals look... should it all be an equal split as best as possible or what?

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    140lbs
    5'6"
    BF% 10 - 12
    trainging 3yrs (2yrs of loosing BF down form 170lbs BF 25%)

    Goal Bulk Bulk Bulk quality weight with muscle from 140lbs to 180lbs
    2 past cycles poorly planed out pitiful gains, did help with dedication to the gym though (diets sucked)
    pending cycle planned out for the last year to be Test E/Deca 16 weeks
    Starting Jan 1st

    Aprox 2lb per week or more is what i'd like to gain
    Based on ~3675 Cals
    368g Pro / 81g Fat / 368g Carb

    would this be how i would divide up the numbers?

    Meal #1
    7:30 AM - Pro/Carb
    46g Pro / 73g Carb

    Meal #2
    10:00 AM - Pro/Fat
    46g Pro / 27g Fat

    Meal #3
    12:30 PM - Pro/Carb
    46g Pro / 73g Carb

    Meal #4
    3:00 PM - Pro/Carb
    46g Pro / 73g Carb

    Meal #5
    5:30 PM - Pro/Fat
    46g Pro / 27g Fat

    7:00 PM - Workout

    Meal #6 - PWO Shake
    8:00 PM - Pro/Dextros (Carb)
    46g Pro / 73g Dex (Carb)

    Meal #7
    9:00PM - PPOW - Pro/Carb
    46g Pro / 73g Carb

    Meal #8 - Before Bed
    11:00PM - Pro/Fat
    46g Pro / 27g Fat
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    Looks like way too much food for 140 lb. person at first glance.

    Just keep an eye on how much fat you lay down I'd say, and adjust as you go along.

    Meal 8 isn't needed IMO, but to each his own.

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    not needed as in subtract that from my totals all together...? and then not eat anything from 9PM till 7AM the next morning or what?

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    I assume you go to bed around 9:30 or 10:00 to get a good night of sleep/recovery, and pwo meals (both) are usually quite bigger than the other meals during the day, thus me seeing no need to have another meal at 11 p.m., no.

    But, it's your call. For me, a big ass 2nd pwo meal of lean protein/clean carbs is more than enough to fuel me for the entire night as far as recovery goes.

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    well i try and go to bed around 10 or 11 but i never fall asleep till 12 or after some times i just lay in bed... thats why i put that there at 11, but i see your point.. now looking at it that way i probably would lay awake even longer if i had a big meal right before bed.

    so i could cut out meal 8 all together and drop it off my totals and then make the shake and meal after my workout a little bit bigger and perhaps take a little bit out of the other meals of the day?

    for the first time today i counted/weighed out everything in my meal (my lunch was my pro/carb) and i had 1 can tuna 1/4 cup Basmati Rice and a flower tortilla.. it came pretty close to the 46P / 73C totals i have there it it was a pretty hefty "burito" lookin thing took me about 15/20 min or so to eat... i dont think i'll be able to do that at work i need to cut it down to may be 5min, 10 min tops and get back to work. any ideas? maybe half the "real" food and supp it with say an portion of a MRP to make up for the lost protein and carbs?

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