Thread: how much is a meal?
01-06-2002, 03:58 AM #1
how much is a meal?
When people say eat 6-8 meals a day.. how much is a meal??? like just enough or full?
When i eat a meal, i usually cook 8 mix pices of mixed chicken(drumstick, wing, thigh) + with rice or sandwich. it takes me about 15-30 mins to eat and i really have to ush it in my mouth and swollow.
I eat the meal i just said above like 4 times a day and 5th meal whatever my mum cooks.
Its so hard to eat 8 meals a day.
I dont even know how long i can keep up eating 4-5 meals a day
01-06-2002, 04:10 AM #2
If you need to consume 3500 cal a day to maintain your body weight, Then split that up as evenly as possible for your five to six meals.
Eg 50g protein
=680cal x 5 meals =3400 cal/day
This is just an example? you need to figure out what your maintenance cal are? that's when you eat constantly but neither gain or loose weight , then add up your meals throughout the day
and that's how many cal you need to maintain your weight.
If you want to increase your weight , you increase your cal, if you want to loose weight then you decrease your cal.
Protein 1g = 4 cal
Carbs 1g = 4 cal
fat 1g = 8 cal
01-06-2002, 05:36 AM #3
You dont have to stuff your self every meal just eat enough to stop the hunger (JUST GRAZE THROUGH OUT THE DAY )
01-08-2002, 03:09 AM #4
Just eat until you are full!!!!
Mallet laid it out nice and simple for you I usally take fat at 1g=9cals
02-12-2002, 12:26 PM #5
If eating that much is to hard reach for a slimfast or myoplex.What do you want,mass,lean muscle,gainweight,lose bodyfat while increasing muscle?I know it sucks doesnt it?Just break it down keep it simple,lose body fat and gain muscle=increase calorie intake but make it quality,low fat,medium carbs,high protien,lots of water.mass=start eating,carbs,protien,and fats(dont go crazy).You get the picture!hope it helps!
02-12-2002, 02:16 PM #6
I wish I could stop eating LOL must be having a month of growing!
02-12-2002, 09:00 PM #7Retired IRON CHEF Mod
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Billy nailed it on the head vinh
Except for the 3500 calories a day part. Take anouther look at your diet plan. It is all there meal by meal.
02-13-2002, 03:39 AM #8
If you are still hungry after your meal you have not eaten enough if you feel bloated its too much - the only advice I could offer is to listen to your body it will tell you when enough is enough
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