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bass slayer
06-04-2009, 08:26 PM
All right let me have it. Would this be a good diet to stick with for a clean bulk? If not could you help me out with something vegetarian friendly (I eat dairy)

Morning- 9:00 rest days
2 whole grain low fat eggo waffles covered in peanut butter
1 cup yogurt
1 banana
Multi Vitamins and fish oil+ creatine

Workout days- 1 cup yogurt and banana and creatine.

Post workout shake immediately after workout

12:00 noon
5 scrambled egg whites w/ cheese
2 slices whole grain toast
2 vegie sausage patties (im vegetarian)


3:00
2 peanut butter jelly sandwiches on whole wheat bread.
glass of milk
apple

6:00
Vegie Chicken patty
1.5 cup brown rice
Broccoli
Multi vitamins +fish oil + Creatine


9:00
Weight gainer (Mass XXX)

VikingWarlord
06-04-2009, 08:29 PM
Macros. You should know that by now.

bass slayer
06-04-2009, 08:32 PM
I should, but really dont. Ive been lacking with the diet part.

VikingWarlord
06-04-2009, 09:00 PM
Well, there's plenty of reading for you to do then.

bass slayer
06-04-2009, 09:03 PM
Yup just googled it.

icnelly
06-05-2009, 01:34 AM
Yup just googled it.

Comprehension Check Questions:

1.) What are macros?

2.) What's your general plan to apply what you just learned?

3.) Should you be eating pork?

**Hint: For 3 the answer doesn't matter if you're vegetarian or not.

bass slayer
06-05-2009, 08:08 AM
Comprehension Check Questions:

1.) What are macros? Proteins, Carbohydrates, and fats

2.) What's your general plan to apply what you just learned? Research how much I need of each in each meal and total throughout the day, I will then keep track of what im eating and count the calories with this formula
Total Calorie = Grams Of Carbohydrate * 4 + Grams Of Protein * 4 +Grams Of Fat * 9

3.) Should you be eating pork? Nope

**Hint: For 3 the answer doesn't matter if you're vegetarian or not.

How did I do?

Unreal
06-05-2009, 08:30 AM
Looks pretty dang bad. I don't know about whole grain eggos but regular ones are loaded with transfat last time I checked. The diet looks like a ton of carbs.

bass slayer
06-05-2009, 09:03 AM
Looks pretty dang bad. I don't know about whole grain eggos but regular ones are loaded with transfat last time I checked. The diet looks like a ton of carbs.

The multi grain ones are so much healthier than the regular ones. The type I get has less trans fat also. If it looks bad, could you help a brother out and give some suggestions.

Mr. Mustard
06-05-2009, 10:09 AM
The multi grain ones are so much healthier than the regular ones. The type I get has less trans fat also.



I would stay away from the eggos if there are any trans fats in them....that goes for all food with them for that matter.

VikingWarlord
06-05-2009, 10:22 AM
Just as a point of clarification, it's impossible to completely avoid trans-fats. There are some that occur in most animal products naturally.

When I said "Macros" above, I meant that you need to calculate the macros for the plan you suggested and post them. This is really basic stuff that's covered in at least half the threads on the front page alone. Also, I think icnelly is ****ing with you.

Holto
06-05-2009, 10:31 AM
Eggos are an abomination of nature. So many delicious whole grain organic waffles on the market...no need to slum it with the Eggo's...

Mr. Mustard
06-05-2009, 11:55 AM
Kashi blueberry waffles are pretty awesome.

bass slayer
06-05-2009, 01:19 PM
Just as a point of clarification, it's impossible to completely avoid trans-fats. There are some that occur in most animal products naturally.

When I said "Macros" above, I meant that you need to calculate the macros for the plan you suggested and post them. This is really basic stuff that's covered in at least half the threads on the front page alone.
Also, I think icnelly is ****ing with you.

Yeah I know thought id just go along with it though. Anyways thanks for the input, and I will get the macros with the diet plan soon.

icnelly
06-06-2009, 05:08 AM
Yeah I know thought id just go along with it though.

But seriously, number 3 is wrong...;)

**Hint: the answer is still on the first page of this forum.

PB on pancakes, waffles = awesome. I've read of people cooking pancakes with protein powder in them, so you might be able to combine if needed/desired.

bass slayer
06-07-2009, 08:27 PM
This is a new diet plan but I still need more of all macros. I think if I add some milk and peanut butter with breakfast and in my weight gainer, and if I throw in another sandwich and carrots with a afternoon meal, I will be good. What do you think with this new meal plan? Anything else I should add in

Meal 1-
Protein shake
Yogurt
Bannana
almonds
Multi vitamins
Fish oil
Creatine 6g

protein- 72.9 g Carbs- 72.29 g Fat- 16.5 g Calories- 715

Meal 2-
1 cup egg whites
2 Morning star sausage patties
Toast
Cheese

Protein- 57 g Carbs- 54 g Fat- 8 g Calories- 607

Meal 3-
Lean pocket-
Ranch-
Apple-
Protein bar
Creatine 6g
Protein- 37 Carbs- 93 Fat- 18.5 Cals- 676

Meal 4
1 cup brown rice-
1 vegetarian chicken breast
1.5 green beens (fresh)
Multi vitamins
Fish oil

Protein- 17 grams Carbs- 46 grams Fat- 3.5 grams Calories- 264

Meal 5-
Mass xxx

Protein- 50g Carbs- 124g Fat- 6g Calories-1000g

Total
Protein- 233.9
Carbs- 389
Fat- 52.5
Calories- 3262

Water- a gallon a day.
Macro nutrients I need

Protein- 313
Carbs- 438
Fats- 104
Calories- 3762

bass slayer
06-08-2009, 02:37 PM
bump :windup: