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    My Diet....

    Read a few things here and there and decided to take what i thought to be the best from other diets.....I usually go with low carbs when i deit which makes me feels moody and flat.... This is a sample of what I’ve been doing for the last two weeks and seems to be working pretty well....

    0600 1 ser oatmeal
    2 tsp all natural PB
    1 tsp cinnamon
    2 packs splenda

    0900 1 ser 1/4 cup almonds

    1200 Mixed salad with chicken/salmon/fish

    1500 Balance bar/Protien bar


    1900 Mixed salad with chicken/salmon/fish

    Supps- Multivitamin
    Vitamin C/E
    Eas-Betagan

    Remeber the key to diet is consistency... It needs to be fairly simple and easy to follow... I suggest making meals at least two days in advance and taking your lunch to work...

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    You have the right types of foods there but the qauntity is not there. With that diet you are only get approx. 150-170gms of protein. What are stats? You have to make sure you are getting 1-1 1/2gms/lbs of bodyweight. And as for carbs you are under 100gms for sure there. It is hard to say exactly what macro values you have there because you don't have the exact measurements there but those are ball park figures for you.

    I would start by first upping your protein and carbs in each meal and also look at adding another meal througout the day. What time are you usually working out? I ask this because I don't see any PWO nutrition there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shredz
    You have the right types of foods there but the qauntity is not there. With that diet you are only get approx. 150-170gms of protein. What are stats? You have to make sure you are getting 1-1 1/2gms/lbs of bodyweight. And as for carbs you are under 100gms for sure there. It is hard to say exactly what macro values you have there because you don't have the exact measurements there but those are ball park figures for you.

    I would start by first upping your protein and carbs in each meal and also look at adding another meal througout the day. What time are you usually working out? I ask this because I don't see any PWO nutrition there.
    Beat me to it. I agree a 100%

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    Yeah, where's the afternoon portion of the diet?

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    Shredz, i see what your saying... Maybe i can add a protien shake post workout... I train about 5 oclock then eat dinner about 7 so i usualy make that th post wokout meal...Maybe i can throw some brown rice in there with my lunch....

    Stats: 5'8 185lbs

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dan3814
    Shredz, i see what your saying... Maybe i can add a protien shake post workout... I train about 5 oclock then eat dinner about 7 so i usualy make that th post wokout meal...Maybe i can throw some brown rice in there with my lunch....

    Stats: 5'8 185lbs
    Well what does your "dinner" consist of because you need some quick absorbing protein ans carbs pwo and then the next eating time should be a more slow burning protein/carb meal.

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    Dinner consists of 2 chicken breast or salmon on top of greens.... I dont like to eat carbs before i go to bed.... I work out late and go to bed early so there is not a lot of time between....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dan3814
    Dinner consists of 2 chicken breast or salmon on top of greens.... I dont like to eat carbs before i go to bed.... I work out late and go to bed early so there is not a lot of time between....
    Well for pwo I would take some whey with some dextrose or some simple carbs. Then an hour to an hour and a half later throw in a pro/fat meal like some slow burning protein with flax or almonds.

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    I'll give it a shot..

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    Even if you train late and hit the sack right after your ideal two pwo-meals, as long as your amounts are CORRECT for your goals, there will be not fat storage, nor any impedence of progress. You have performed an activity that DEMANDS you replinish your glycogen stores and begin recovery (if one cares about holding on to lean mass), and you must address that need. Don't go (__!__)holes and L-bows overboard w/it, but in the right amounts you are helping to contribute to 1/2 of your body composition change.

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