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    Now it begins

    Today my competition diet starts

    I have a general ide on how I want it to look but Il let it go through my coach for this competition and se what he says. Il let him decide most things now just to se how it will work.

    My daily kcal will be roughly 2300kcal in the begining and around 1600-1700 at the end the last weeks before the comp.

    I will probably eat around 300g protein from lean meat only and tuna, 150-200g carbs and the rest of the kcal from flax oil

    non workout days

    Alot of psyllium seeds before every meal

    Breakfast:
    7 egg whites
    1 whole egg
    50grams of oatmeal
    1 can of tuna(in a tuna shake)
    526kcal, 73 protein, 36g carbs, 10g fat

    Meal 2
    65grams of brown rice
    300g chicken
    510 kcal, 59g protein, 50g carbs, 8g fat

    meal 3
    65g brown rice
    300g chicken
    510 kcal, 59g protein, 50g cabrs, 8g fat

    meal 4
    200g low fat cottage chese
    300g chicken
    450 kcal, 78g protein, 4g carbs, 14g fat

    Meal 5
    tuna shake
    flax oil 15grams
    1-2 tabelspoons of flax seeds(mostly because of the fiber)
    300kcal, 37g protein, 17g fat

    Total 2297kcal 306g proteinn, 140g carbs, 56g fat

    On workout days Il replace meal 3 with a protein/dextrose with 60g protein and 100g dextrose shake and I will cut down on the carbs in meal to to compensate for the 100+ extra kcal the shake contains compered to meal 3.

    How does it look? I know most dont prefer low carb diets but I have never realy given a low fat diet a try and I want to se how it works Sometime during the day I will also eat one apple just for the vitamins and the fiber content.

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    Wow, lots of carbs for a cutting diet, and mixing of fats/carbs too.

    Not a fan of low fat diets at all. Fat is key to testosterone , especially when DIETING, fat in = fat going out, no fat coming in means no fat going out, too many carbs and little fat means an equal loss of lean mass and fat, thus becoming a smaller "just as fat" person.


    I'd never do that, but I'm not you.

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    I will run these supplements
    yohimbine 10-15mg/day throught the whole diet
    glukosamin
    garlic oil
    multi vitamin
    vitamin b
    Iron tabs(later on during the diet)
    potatisium
    Probably Il later on drop carbs and start some fish oil

    I will be on this cycle
    Test enth alone the first weeks and Il run it until week 16(competition is week 18)
    Tren acetat 75mg/eod the last 14 weeks
    eq 50mg/week the last 10 weeks
    t-3 Il start with 25mcg and increase it with 25mcg every other week until Im around 75 mcg
    clen for 2 weeks and then eca for 2 weeks
    Il cram in 4 or 5 dnp weeks with 400mg/day dnp
    0.5mg arimidex eod

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    Quote Originally Posted by SwoleCat
    Wow, lots of carbs for a cutting diet, and mixing of fats/carbs too.

    Not a fan of low fat diets at all. Fat is key to testosterone , especially when DIETING, fat in = fat going out, no fat coming in means no fat going out, too many carbs and little fat means an equal loss of lean mass and fat, thus becoming a smaller "just as fat" person.


    I'd never do that, but I'm not you.

    ~SC~

    The fat in most meals is just the smal ammount of fat in chicken fileet(I dont know if the meal calculator I use is correct I thought it containd close to zero g fat ) and the smal ammount of fat in the tuna(the meal calculator claims 2grams in a can).
    The yolk I just add to increase to make the protein a tad bit better.

    I respect the oppnions of you all in this forum this is just something I need to try to se if it works for me or not Plain curiosity. I also prefer low carb diets but I have promised my coach to listen to him

    when you say fat is key to testosterone. Do you mean for natural bodybuilders? Would it make a difference for a juicer?

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