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    another diet revision, PLZ critique

    ok, as i keep getting more and more advice, i have to keep modifying my diet. here's what it is now:

    legend: (protein, carbs, fat)

    MEAL ONE
    1/2 cup oatmeal + 1 cup milk + 1 scoop protein (24, 38.5, 8)
    grapefruit (.8, 10, .1)
    protein shake (1 cup milk + 2 scoop protein powder) (29, 15, 6.5)

    MEAL TWO (pre workout)
    can of tuna (30, 0, 1.25)
    1/2 sweet potato (1.75, 18, .08)
    bagel (7, 55, 1)
    protein shake (29, 15, 6.5)

    MEAL THREE (post workout)
    can of tuna (30, 0, 1.25)
    pb/j sandwich (13, 34, 17.5)
    plain pasta (7, 45, 1)
    protein shake (29, 15, 6.5)

    MEAL FOUR
    can of tuna (30, 0, 1.25)
    protein shake (29, 15, 6.5)

    MEAL FIVE
    can of tuna (30, 0, 1.25)
    protein shake (29, 15, 6.5)

    TOTALS:
    305g protein
    275g carbs
    63g fats

    i want to work in some canola balance oil in there, but dunno where. my goal for this diet is lean gain.

    thanks,
    -- clocky baby

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    whats ur stats? when do you train, between what meals
    Last edited by Yung Wun; 07-29-2003 at 02:04 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Yung Wun
    whats ur stats?
    150-158 lbs, 5'8'', 23 years old

    yes i know that is a ridiculous fluctuation, but i think both the scales i use are screwy...

    -- clocky baby

    p.s. i train between meal 2 and meal 3 (notice they labeled preworkout and postworkout respectively)...=)

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    the numbers look good.
    i wouldnt down the p/j sandwhich for pwo
    i'll keep the fats for the last two meals by adding some efa's.

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    Looks good clock. I wish I had the dedication to eat that much protein.

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    Clock, I think it looks pretty good but do you think you have enough carbs per your body weight? I understand you’re looking for to “lean-gain” approach and was curious if you had enough carbs. It’s just my opinion, others correct me in my thinking if I’m wrong, but at your body weight I was thinking 375g of carbs per day would be of help. Just a thought.

    Another question; you plan on eating tuna the whole time or are you planning on substituting other proteins and just used tuna as a base for the protein you’ll be eating?
    Oh, and how about a slow complex carb for after your workout, brown rice or basmati? Is the pasta you’ll have wheat pasta? Again curious.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Juggernaut2148
    Clock, I think it looks pretty good but do you think you have enough carbs per your body weight? I understand you’re looking for to “lean-gain” approach and was curious if you had enough carbs. It’s just my opinion, others correct me in my thinking if I’m wrong, but at your body weight I was thinking 375g of carbs per day would be of help. Just a thought.

    Another question; you plan on eating tuna the whole time or are you planning on substituting other proteins and just used tuna as a base for the protein you’ll be eating?
    Oh, and how about a slow complex carb for after your workout, brown rice or basmati? Is the pasta you’ll have wheat pasta? Again curious.
    yeah, tuna is my main protein. i used to eat chicken, steak, ground beef, etc...but it was too expensive and too much of a pain in the ass to prepare all the time. the pasta is plain pasta, not wheat pasta. yeah, i think i might up the carb intake. thanks for the advice.

    -- clocky baby

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