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    opinion needed

    I'm trying to lean out,currently 5,11 205pds. 15%B.F.
    I,ve been trying to change my eating habits I used to be really stricked but started slacking.What do you think of this?
    7:30 a.m. bowl of total with my daughter before she goes to school.
    back to bed(I work second shift)
    11:30 a.m. slim fast shake
    12:30 a.m. hit the wieghts
    2:00 p.m. egg white omelette 2 pieces of wheat bread with L.F. P.B.
    6:30 p.m. tuna,apple
    9:00 p.m. steak or chicken breast and veggie
    1:00 A.m. cottage cheese and L.F. vanilla yogurt
    2:00 a.m. bed
    Only beverage is water (at least gallon daily)and L.F. milk with 9:00 meal.

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    Wow, Bro, where to start? IN CAPS...

    Quote Originally Posted by jammergsxr
    I'm trying to lean out,currently 5,11 205pds. 15%B.F.
    I,ve been trying to change my eating habits I used to be really stricked but started slacking.What do you think of this?
    7:30 a.m. bowl of total with my daughter before she goes to school.
    back to bed(I work second shift)
    BAD, YOU NEED TO NIX THE CEREAL AND EAT SOME OATMEAL INSTEAD. TOO MANY HIGH GLYCEMIC CARBS IN MILK AND CEREAL.

    11:30 a.m. slim fast shake
    THESE ARE HORRIBLE, THEY HAVE 40!!! GRAMS OF SUGAR, AND 10 GRAMS OF PROTEIN, MOSTLY FROM SOY. YOU NEED TO TAKE IN A PROTEIN SHAKE W/FLAX HERE.

    12:30 a.m. hit the wieghts
    AFTER WEIGHT TRAINING, TAKE IN A PWO SHAKE (SEE STICKY ABOVE).

    2:00 p.m. egg white omelette 2 pieces of wheat bread with L.F. P.B.
    MAKE THIS YOUR POST WORKOUT MEAL, AND MAKE IT BROWN RICE INSTEAD OF BREAD, AND YOU ARE FINE

    6:30 p.m. tuna,apple
    DITCH THE APPLE

    9:00 p.m. steak or chicken breast and veggie
    GOOD.

    1:00 A.m. cottage cheese and L.F. vanilla yogurt
    OK, COTTAGE CHEESE (FAT FREE) IS GOOD. YOGURT HAS TOO MANY SUGARS, AND IS BAD.

    2:00 a.m. bed
    Only beverage is water (at least gallon daily)and L.F. milk with 9:00 meal.
    Ditch the milk, too much sugar.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jammergsxr
    I'm trying to lean out,currently 5,11 205pds. 15%B.F.
    I,ve been trying to change my eating habits I used to be really stricked but started slacking.What do you think of this?
    7:30 a.m. bowl of total with my daughter before she goes to school.
    back to bed(I work second shift)
    11:30 a.m. slim fast shake
    12:30 a.m. hit the wieghts
    2:00 p.m. egg white omelette 2 pieces of wheat bread with L.F. P.B.
    6:30 p.m. tuna,apple
    9:00 p.m. steak or chicken breast and veggie
    1:00 A.m. cottage cheese and L.F. vanilla yogurt
    2:00 a.m. bed
    Only beverage is water (at least gallon daily)and L.F. milk with 9:00 meal.
    Personnally, I think you can do much better. Total cerial is loaded with sugar. The milk that you probably add to it (although you dont't state it) adds unnecessary carbs. Replace that meal with something else.

    Slimfast is also basically a sugar product so I would kill that too.

    The low fat PB has a higher sugar content than regular PB, so you would likely be better off with an ordinary all natural PB. Run peanuts through a blender and you'll have it. What's more it will taste better than what you are presently eating.

    Personally the only meal that I think is solit is the steak/chinken w/ veggies and perhaps the tuna and apple. The apple has lots of sugar, but at least it has some other properties that are helpful.

    Since your goal it to cut, I think you should be looking at cutting your sugar (carb) intake. Right now, from what you describe, it represents a high percentage of what you are/will be eating. Since the calorie intake seems pretty low, you may be okay with this in spite of what I have said, but it seems to me that it would be more productive to decrease you sugar intake, even if it is at the expence of fat intake. The fat intake will make you feel fuller longer anyway, helping you stick to the plan.

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    As usual, rambo beat me to it!

    Then beenie came along and beat me as well!

    Great suggestions as is the norm!

    ~SC~

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    How long is the norm for one of you guys to stay on such a diet?
    7:30 How about a protien shake
    11:30 then the egg white omelette pre-work out
    2:00p.m. tuna and how do you feel about ramon noodles for post work out
    6:30 apple,tuna....I'm a sweets freak (gotta have something)
    9:00p.m.steak,veggie
    1:00 a.m.protien shake and sunflower seeds to snack on.

    CONGRATS TO S.C. FOR THE MAG. SHOOT!!

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    you don't want to eat ramen noodles either. too many simple carbs. also, you say you're a sweet freak, you might want to try some sugar free jell-o. it tastes the same as regular but without the carbs.

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    Stay away from the Ramen Noodles, they are Not a healthy choice.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jammergsxr
    How long is the norm for one of you guys to stay on such a diet?
    It is a way of life for me.

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    sorry jammergsxr to ask that on ur thread but do you guys agree with the fact I eat some meat (a lot of meat) on my breakfast?

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    sounds good to me. if you threw fresh spinach on top of everything we'd be twins!

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    Quote Originally Posted by beenie
    It is a way of life for me.
    I agree!

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    Quote Originally Posted by daman1
    I agree!
    I don't like your lives I want cookies,lol
    I wasn't sure about the noodles I know most your carbs need to be p,w,o,nutrition.So I'll go with a baked tator or oats.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jammergsxr
    I don't like your lives I want cookies,lol
    Don't we all.

    I wasn't sure about the noodles I know most your carbs need to be p,w,o,nutrition.So I'll go with a baked tator or oats.
    The oatmeal is a better option. It will breakdown more slowly. The baked potato is a poor option as it is a simple carb rather than a complex carb.

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    Quote Originally Posted by beenie
    The oatmeal is a better option. It will breakdown more slowly. The baked potato is a poor option as it is a simple carb rather than a complex carb.

    i dont think for a novice to the art its that much of a huge deal. thier both carbs and since hes not close to single digits the bake potatoe cant do that much harm. However you are correct. If you cant stomach oatmeal look into yams.

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