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    owen93 is offline New Member
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    Hows this diet looking so far?

    Done a big shop today, didn't buy everything I need. I'm a complete noob when it comes to this kind of thing by the way so give me a chance lol

    Meal 1 (breakfast) :

    A shake with two scoops of protein and cup of oats with water to drink on the way to work in the van.

    Meal 2 :

    Chicken breast marinated with abandons mild peri peri sauce , cup of mixed veg (cooked with microwave) and cup of brown rice.

    Meal 3 :

    Wholewheat pasta with tuna in oil and 1 spoon of lowfat Mayo.

    Meal 4 (pre-workout) :

    Still undecided was thinking of mybe whole wheat toast with natural peanut butter and slices of banana ? Along with maybe a protein shake.

    Meal 5 (post-workout) :

    Again still undecided probably red meats with white potatoes and veg ? Topped with sauce

    What are your thoughts ?
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    dfarre is offline Banned
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    Diet is not THAT important. It doesn't matter what and when you eat, as long as you get your macros and micros - the one thing that you didn't mention.

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    owen93 is offline New Member
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    As I said I'm a noob I don't have a clue how to count macros micros etc

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    Back In Black is offline Beach Bodybuilder ~Elite-Hall of Fame~
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    You don't need to count micro's. In fact, that's anal beyond extreme not to mention almost impossible.

    Hit your macro's with a cross section natural wholesome foods and you'll have no need to worry about micro's.

    Macronutrients are protein, carbs and fat. Pro and carb have 4 cals per gram and fat has 9 cals per gram.
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