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    RUDY-14 is offline Associate Member
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    Hey I don't have a lot of knowledge of proper diet; however I am training hard and want to know a little bit more about what I am eating and how it is affecting my body. I am currently lifting 5 days a week and want to start losing a but of fat while adding some quality muscle (jsut like everybody else I'm sure) THis is a sample diet of what I would eat in a day, feel free to tear it apart, I'm sure it's brutal but I would like to know what to change. Keep in mind that I eat at a cafeteria ev day because I am a student at university.

    Meal 1
    1 english muffin
    8 hardboiled eggs (3 whole, 5 whites)
    2 glass of milk (Very small glasses)
    2 glass of cranberry juice (Very small glasses)

    Protein Shake

    Meal 2
    Turkey breast (huge pile) with tomatoes and sometimes melted cheese
    Chick peas with diced tomatoes and cucumbers with balsamic vinegrette dressing
    2 glass of milk (Very small glasses)
    2 glass of cranberry juice (Very small glasses)

    Workout

    Protein shake

    Meal 3 (pretty much same as 2)

    Turkey breast (huge pile) with tomatoes and sometimes melted cheese
    Chick peas with diced tomatoes and cucumbers with balsamic vinegrette dressing
    2 glass of milk (Very small glasses)
    2 glass of cranberry juice (Very small glasses)

    Protein Shake

    MAybe some more egg whites (Stolen from cafeteria)

    I also take glutamine 3-4 times a day and drink a lot of water.

    Thanks guys!

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    Quote Originally Posted by RUDY-14
    Hey I don't have a lot of knowledge of proper diet; however I am training hard and want to know a little bit more about what I am eating and how it is affecting my body. I am currently lifting 5 days a week and want to start losing a but of fat while adding some quality muscle (jsut like everybody else I'm sure) THis is a sample diet of what I would eat in a day, feel free to tear it apart, I'm sure it's brutal but I would like to know what to change. Keep in mind that I eat at a cafeteria ev day because I am a student at university.

    Meal 1
    1 english muffin
    8 hardboiled eggs (3 whole, 5 whites)
    2 glass of milk (Very small glasses)
    2 glass of cranberry juice (Very small glasses)

    Protein Shake

    Meal 2
    Turkey breast (huge pile) with tomatoes and sometimes melted cheese
    Chick peas with diced tomatoes and cucumbers with balsamic vinegrette dressing
    2 glass of milk (Very small glasses)
    2 glass of cranberry juice (Very small glasses)

    Workout

    Protein shake

    Meal 3 (pretty much same as 2)

    Turkey breast (huge pile) with tomatoes and sometimes melted cheese
    Chick peas with diced tomatoes and cucumbers with balsamic vinegrette dressing
    2 glass of milk (Very small glasses)
    2 glass of cranberry juice (Very small glasses)

    Protein Shake

    MAybe some more egg whites (Stolen from cafeteria)

    I also take glutamine 3-4 times a day and drink a lot of water.

    Thanks guys!
    Provide more information. Where are you now? What is your bf%? Where do you want to be specifically? What are you doing with your fitness program? A sound diet plan needs to be based on what you are doing at the gym.

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