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    help with diet

    I just started to right every meal on paper for six a day.Think i am not doing the diet right please help trying to cut
    5 10 and half
    197.0
    18% bf

    Meal replacement water ultramet is the name brand
    Meal replacement fatfree milk
    Tuna sandwich on wholewheat bread
    Meal replacement
    2 piece of chicken breast brown rice and red kidney beans
    grilled chicken wrap with sweet peppers lettuce and vinerger

    The diet has been one of the hardest thing to do for me training is easy.I know alot of people don't advacate Meal replacements.But it really helps me out I was thinking of adding some fruit to it what do you think.

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    Re: help with diet

    Originally posted by steve112074
    I just started to right every meal on paper for six a day.Think i am not doing the diet right please help trying to cut
    5 10 and half
    197.0
    18% bf

    Meal replacement water ultramet is the name brand ( Ihave no idea what this ultramet is or the nutrients involved in it. If your saying the MRP is water then this suxx.)
    Meal replacement fatfree milk ( still dont know what your MRP is and the contents, also Milk is out for you buddy. Stick with water, I dont care if it is fat free,lactose free, nipple free, free bird, what ever.... stick with H2o )
    Tuna sandwich on wholewheat bread ( ok sounds good , use regular mayo )
    Meal replacement ( MRP??)
    2 piece of chicken breast brown rice and red kidney beans-- ok
    grilled chicken wrap with sweet peppers lettuce and vinerger---ok

    What are the timing of these meals??? where does you workout come into play?? Where is your flax oil or your source of EFA's, Where is your breakfast?? How much are you shooting for in each meal as far as your macros go??

    The diet has been one of the hardest thing to do for me training is easy.I know alot of people don't advacate Meal replacements.But it really helps me out I was thinking of adding some fruit to it what do you think.

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    The shake is ultramet by champion nutrition
    The stats
    NUTRITIONAL FACTS
    Serving size: 1 packet (76 g)
    Number of Servings: 60

    Amount Per Serving

    Calories 200 Calories from Fat 45

    % Daily Value*
    Total Fat 2 g 3%

    Saturated Fat 1 g 5%

    Cholesterol 20 mg 7%

    Sodium 350 mg 15%

    Total Carbohydrate 24 g 8%

    Dietary Fiber 1.5 g 6%

    Sugars 3 g

    Protein 42 g 84%

    Vitamin A 2000 IU 40%

    Vitamin C 30 mg 50%

    Vitamin D 200 IU 50%

    Vitamin E 30 IU 100%

    Thiamin 750 mcg 50%

    Riboflavin 850 mcg 50%

    Niacin 10 mg 50%

    Vitamin B6 1 mg 50%

    Folate 200 mcg 50%

    Vitamin B12 3 mcg 50%

    Biotin 150 mcg 50%

    Pantothenic Acid 5 mg 50%

    Calcium 500 mg 50%

    Iron 9 mg 50%

    Phosphorus 500 mg 50%

    Iodine 75 mcg 50%

    Magnesium 200 mg 50%

    Zinc 7.5 mg 50%

    Selenium 21 mcg 30%

    Copper 1 mg 50%

    Manganese 1 mg 50%

    Chromium 60 mcg 50%

    Molybdenum 15 mcg 20%

    Potassium 280 mg 8%

    * Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet
    Timing is
    Meal 1 7:00
    Meal 2 9:30
    Meal 3 11:00
    Meal 4 2:00
    Meal 5 5:00
    Meal 6 8:00
    Doing perfected Oil Blend by undo's Choice Taste like S**t
    Just started ECA
    Working out 6 days a week
    6 days of cardio
    3 days of weights
    One ? why no fatfree milk????????? With shake

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    The simple rule to seting up your diet.

    1.5G of protein per lean pound
    2-3G of Carbs PLP - increase decrease base on your goals.
    Combine increased CV and a gradual reduction in carbs to "cut".
    Fat should make up 10-20% of your total Kcal intake again reduce to the lower end of the scale for cutting. Ensure EFA;s form the majority of fat intake the rest should be naturally occuring from your protein intake.

    Eat 6-7 meals per day at equal intervals, ensure that the macro-nutrients are similar in each.

    Based on your states your Lean wieght is approx 160.

    Therefore 160 x 1.5 = 240G Protein per Day
    160 x 2.5 400G Carbs Per day (decrease by 50G each week as fatloss slows.

    Therefore 240+400x4=2560 Kcal from Protein and carbs
    Fat = 40-60G ED, total Kcal 2800=3000.

    Per meal

    40G Protein
    65G Carbs

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