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    Question My diet, critque please.

    Meal 1:6 Egg Whites,1/2 cup oatmeal

    Meal 2: Protein shake/ Tuna sandwich (2 tbsp flax)

    Meal 3:Veggies, Chicken breast, workout

    Meal 4:Protein shake

    Meal 5:Veggies, Chicken breast 1/2 cup rice

    Meal 6:Shake with Flax

    My cutting diet what do you think, this is my first (Diet) ive ever been on so any help would be greatly apperciated thanks.

    Ryan
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ryano2005
    Meal 1:6 Egg Whites,1/2 cup oatmeal
    YOU WILL NEED MORE PROTEIN HERE IMO
    Meal 2: Protein shake/ Tuna sandwich (2 tbsp flax)
    DROP THE SHAKE AND TRY SOME TUNA W/MAYO
    Meal 3:Veggies, Chicken breast, workout
    WORKOUT WHEN? HOW LONG AFTER MEAL 3?
    Meal 4:Protein shake
    PWO I ASSUME? REMEMBER TO KEEP IT 2:1 PRO/DEX
    Meal 5:Veggies, Chicken breast 1/2 cup rice
    DROP THE VEGGIES, BUT KEEPING THEM WILL NOT KILL YOU
    Meal 6:Shake with Flax
    OK

    My cutting diet what do you think, this is my first (Diet) ive ever been on so any help would be greatly apperciated thanks.

    Ryan
    Nice start just fine tune it a bit, keep your protein around 40-50g per meal but then again you did not state how much you weigh so actual amount needed might vary. Remember you want most of your protein to come in the form of real meals, 3 shakes a day tops IMO (example: Meal 1, PWO & Meal before bedtime).

    I would also wait at the very least 1 1/2 hours after a meal to go to the gym to weight train.
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    I dont mean to sound stupid but what exactly is a PWO......... I know

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    PWO = Post Workout Nutrition

    And IMO this is extremely important aspect.

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    Okay I understand pwo now and wha you mean PWO and meal??? I take it pwo is some sorta supplement? but do you care to explain?

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    I just meant to have at most 3 shakes throughout your day.

    Meal 1
    PWO
    And your meal before bedtime

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    Oh okay............. man I have along way to go before I understand this whole diet deal, im just gonna try to find some one who can give me a good diet because its obvious I suck at this.

    Ryan

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    Get some dextrose. Keep it 40g protein 80g dextrose...thats a good rule.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ryano2005
    Oh okay............. man I have along way to go before I understand this whole diet deal, im just gonna try to find some one who can give me a good diet because its obvious I suck at this.

    Ryan

    Thats just the attitude that you need to get rid of, you can do this as it is very simple once you learn how to manipulate macros etc..

    You can do it and we are here to help you...believe me whyen i say once you learn how to eat you will see the results.

    Keep your chin up bro..its only the beggining, Rome was'nt built in a day you know.

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    Not enough protein, and certainly not enough carbs. I would eat 2g of protein per lb of bodyweight, and eat atleast 150g of carbs a day. Remember, you don't have to starve yourself when on a cutting cycle. It's not how much, but what you eat. I ate 2 1/2 lbs of chicken breast and a bag of broccoli everyday before I even left work.

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    dang........ well I want to thank you all for your help I understand Rome wasnt built in a day but its well on its way, I guess ill try to add/- some things and post another diet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zapp
    Not enough protein, and certainly not enough carbs. I would eat 2g of protein per lb of bodyweight, and eat atleast 150g of carbs a day. Remember, you don't have to starve yourself when on a cutting cycle. It's not how much, but what you eat. I ate 2 1/2 lbs of chicken breast and a bag of broccoli everyday before I even left work.



    Zapp are you saying that you dont have to be in a caloric defect to lose BF% ???

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