Thread: Cutting diet critique please.
03-31-2005, 09:15 PM #1
Cutting diet critique please.
I am looking to shed some fat off mid section and face and get to about 5-7% bf and stay close to same weight, but really want those abs. This is close to what i want to do for like 8 to 12 weeks. I will change it the foods a bit here and ther for variety, but the figures should remain about the same.
questions: As the weeks go on, should i slowly up my carbs or stay where i am at? And should ab workouts be with cardio or seperate from cardio, i want the abs to show and just wondering what will bring the most fat burning potential in the mid section.
Stats 26 yrs old, 5’6” and 150lbs and to just to be on safe side, we'll say about 10% bf
-Cardio 45 min, 1hr before meal #1
5 egg whites, 3 whole eggs, 1/2 cup oatmeal
46g protein, 18g fat, 12.5g carbs
2 scoop protein shake w/ flax
46g protein, 14g fat, 0g carbs
1 chicken breast (6-8 oz) w/ broccoli
38g protein, 5g fat, 5g carbs
1 can of tuna w/ low-fat mayo and celery
37.5g protein, 6.5g fat, 6g carbs
2 scoop PWO shake w/ dextrose
46g protein, 0g fat, 80g carbs
Meal # 6
Protein meal (about 6-8 oz of steak, beef, or chicken) and ½ cup rice, 1 Glucorell capsul before meal
37g protein, 4g fat, 22g carbs
1 scoop protein shake w/ flax
23g protein, 14g fat, 0g carbs
Total = 273.5g protein, 61.5g fat, 125.5g carbs
03-31-2005, 09:32 PM #2
hey man ive been looking for a cutting diet, i am 195 lbs, 6'0, not really defined but i workout and eat fairly healthy, but def dont do enough cardio right now or ab work. If im trying to lose weight is 190 grams of protein, 100 grams of carbs, 50 grams of fat ok?? ive seen people have more then this on a cutting diet, but im still buildin up to sufficent cardio/ab workout , so untill then i figure ill stay on the low end?? is this ok?
(sorry man i just realized im jacking ur thread, ill start my own people can respond to)
04-01-2005, 01:22 PM #3
04-01-2005, 02:32 PM #4Originally Posted by go4gold
My responses in bold.
04-01-2005, 08:37 PM #5
So mayo fat isn't that bad for you, i would love to add it to meal #3 with my chicken then if that souinds alrights, whatta think.
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As long as you are ingesting healthy fats at other meals, red meat/mayo/eggs should not be an issue when eaten apart from high glycemic carbs and insulin spikes in general.
Those are what cause heart disease actually, but the FDA won't address that! Gotta keep the money in healthcare!
04-01-2005, 09:09 PM #7
well i hope i am getting enough healthy fats from the flax, tuna, and will eat a few alomonds here and there., but my fat intake looks pretty good overall to me. Thanks guys, any other thoughts on my diet, feel free to let me know, hope it looks good for the type of results i am looking for.
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