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01-29-2001, 08:47 AM
Hi it's been about 3 and half months i have started body building. When i first started i was 120lb 5'7" stick!!.. now i'm 145lb with around 13~14% BF... (i was 11~12%) Anyways here's my diet and I'm ready to get flamed.

6:30M1- Breakfast Oats
(Cup of Oats,1Tbsp Natty PB,Cup of milk,Whey Protein(22g pro) )
=670 kcal, 48g protein, 86 carb, 17g Fat

10:00M3- Whole wheat bread, 135g
PB and Chocolate spread
(1Tbsp Natty PB + Whey Protein 11g)
=570 kcal, 27g protein, 69g carb, 20g Fat

12:30M2- Whole wheat bread, 180g
1Can of tuna(120g drained)
1Tbsp of Olive oil
Some mustard
=710 kcal, 45g protein,79g carb, 20g Fat

5:00M4(PW)- 1/2 serving Mass gainer( by MVP NUTRITION)
Whey ISOlate 25g
Creatine transport
=660 kcal, 44g protein, 110 carb, 5fat

6:30M5- Chicken breast or any lean meat(150g)
Half cup of rice
=281 kcal, 37g protein, 25g carb, 2g fat

9:00M6- Cup of Milk + PB
=180 kcal, 12g protein, 15g carb, 8g fat

3070 Kcal
213 Protein
384 Carb
72 Fat
It's around 27/50/23 pro/carb/fat RATIO...
Lunch and post work out is kinna long.. i try to consume those two sandwiches at 12:30 separately.
Thanks for reading this post MissAbs, paul stagg, beercan, and everyone!

[Edited by Dabomber on 01-29-2001 at 10:48 AM]

Joe Black
01-29-2001, 08:53 AM
I think the source of foods you are using is fine..

However I think the amounts are not spread equally thoughout the day..

Some of your meals are 15 g's + fat, others as low as 2 g's..

What are other peoples views on this ?

Also you seemed to have progressed quite well on it from your stats, is it still going well ?

[Edited by Hulk on 01-29-2001 at 10:54 AM]

01-29-2001, 08:55 AM
well.. so far i've gained around 1 pound off of this diet since last week.. i was thinking of unequally distributed fats and carbs... but i was trying to reduce the amount of carb and fat before bed and night.....

[Edited by Dabomber on 01-29-2001 at 10:56 AM]

01-29-2001, 11:52 AM
I don't think that fat consistancy is too important. Eating super-fat meals is not good, but 15 vs 2 grams isn't bad. Carb consistancy is more important, in my opinion(for maintaining steady blood sugar levels).

I do think that you are using too many supplements, though. I would reduce the 3 servings of whey and 1 "mass gainer" to 1-2 servings of whey and 1 mass gainer, spread out over your meals instead of in back to back meals(meal 1, 3, and 5 for instance or 1 and 4 only). Try flaxseed oil instead of olive oil.

Also, why no food between 12:30 and 5? All of your other meals are spaced more evenly - 2.5 to 3.5 hours apart.

chris mason
01-29-2001, 12:35 PM
I think the diet looks quite good if you can maintain it (financially etc.).