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themidnighter
03-06-2008, 06:46 PM
Here's my diet. What do you all think? Good? Bad? I could use some feedback, especially on whether the natural peanut butter adds too much fat.

Approx 4,000 calories per day, ingested as follows...
- 8:30AM: 1 cup egg whites, 1 cup dry oats mixed with H2O, 1 medium banana -- 626cal, 6g fat, 85g carbs, 37g protein
- 11:00AM: 2 scoops BSN True-Mass weight gainer, 2 cups skim milk, 2tbls Skippy natural peanut butter -- 744cal, 28g fat, 77g carbs, 58g protein
- 1:00PM: 8oz boneless skinless chicken breast, 1 medium potato -- 421cal, 5g fat, 43g carbs, 48g protein
- 3:30PM: 2 scoops BSN True-Mass weight gainer, 2 cups skim milk, 2tbls Skippy natural peanut butter -- 744cal, 28g fat, 77g carbs, 58g protein
- 6:00PM: 8oz boneless skinless chicken breast, 1 medium potato -- 421cal, 5g fat, 43g carbs, 48g protein
- 8:30PM: Post-workout smoothie, 400cals, 45g carbs, 35g protein
- 11:00PM: 2 scoops BSN Syntha-6 casein protein, 3 scoops Cytocarb -- 558cals, 12g fat, 70g carbs, 44g protein
TOTAL: 3913 calories, 99g fat, 425g carbs, 327g protein

TVS
03-10-2008, 05:08 PM
Veggies? Fiber?

Notorious
03-10-2008, 05:48 PM
There's no such thing as too much fat.

themidnighter
03-12-2008, 04:55 PM
Veggies? Fiber?

Veggies -- The smoothie I get daily has a powder made of greens -- it's basically the equivalent of 3 servings of veggies. Which, I realize sounds gross, but is actually delicious. I also take a multi-vitamin. I find that eating veggies is impossible with the amount food I'm already eating.

Fiber -- You're right. I don't get enough fiber. The oatmeal and weight gainer both have fiber, as does the smoothie, but I suppose I need more. Maybe I'll get a supplement.