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ChrisH
04-20-2003, 05:32 AM
Right, so far big-ron has been my diet-guru, but I might aswell get lots of peoples opinions too :)

This is what im considering for while im at school:

MEAL | CALORIES | G OF PROTEIN

Meal #1 (4am)
6 whites + 3 yolks 280 26
Oatmeal 220 10
Multivit and vit c.
Total: 500 36

Then sleep again

Meal #2 (7am)
Weetabix 180 6
Fruit 80 0
Total: 260 6

Meal #3 (10.45am)
1 tin tuna 175 39
Total: 175 39

Meal #4 (12:45-1:30pm)
2 rolls 370 12
2 tins tuna 490 70
Total: 860 82

Meal #5 (4:00pm) If on a training day, if not then
Mass gain 540 41
Total: 540 41

Meal #6 (5:45-6:00pm) Post-workout
Protein shake 460 48
Total: 460 48

Meal #7 (7:00pm) If im not working
Whatever the family meal is (veg + cottage pie/chicken kebabs/etc. All home made so isnt that bad.)
Milk 550 39
Total: maybe about 1000 50

Meal #7 (9:00pm) If I AM working
R.chicken dbl meat sub 650 50
Milk 550 39
Total: 1200 89

Meal #8 (10:00pm)
oatmeal 220 10
4 egg whites 70 14
Total: 290 24



TOTALS:
On a training day: 4085 326


This is really confusing me now because of some days im working and some days im training and some days im not and all that crap. So i'm gonna stop, but you know what i mean right?
A few other notes: This is gonna change as soon as I get a george foreman grill, because it'll include chicken instead of just constant tuna.

Oh yeah and how do you stop the complete pain in taking a crap from eating this many eggs. In this diet plan i've added loads of fibre so this should be ok right?

GhettoSmurf
04-20-2003, 06:01 AM
Meal #1 (4am)
6 whites + 3 yolks 280 26
Oatmeal 220 10
Multivit and vit c.
Total: 500 36

Then sleep again

Meal #2 (7am)
Weetabix 180 6
Fruit 80 0
Total: 260 6

Meal #3 (10.45am)
1 tin tuna 175 39
Total: 175 39

Why not combine meal #2 and meal #3 and eat that @ 10:45am and have meal #1 at 7am, and forget about waking up @ 4am and just enjoy some more sleep


Meal #4 (12:45-1:30pm)
2 rolls 370 12
2 tins tuna 490 70
Total: 860 82

Meal #5 (4:00pm) If on a training day, if not then
Mass gain 540 41
Total: 540 41

Meal #6 (5:45-6:00pm) Post-workout
Protein shake 460 48
Total: 460 48

Meal #7 (7:00pm) If im not working
Whatever the family meal is (veg + cottage pie/chicken kebabs/etc. All home made so isnt that bad.)
Milk 550 39
Total: maybe about 1000 50

Meal #7 (9:00pm) If I AM working
R.chicken dbl meat sub 650 50
Milk 550 39
Total: 1200 89

Meal #8 (10:00pm)
oatmeal 220 10
4 egg whites 70 14
Total: 290 24

Maybe instead of eggwhites at meal #8 have a slower-digesting protein (caesin) like cottage cheese.

TOTALS:
On a training day: 4085 326

Oh yeah and how do you stop the complete pain in taking a crap from eating this many eggs. In this diet plan i've added loads of fibre so this should be ok right?

Hurts to take a crap?? That usually doesnt happen to me when i eat egg whites. Although, i do tend to sometimes get some really RANK gas attacks.

ChrisH
04-20-2003, 06:30 AM
Hmm I might try and combine 1 and 2 actually... I can't really eat weetabix cos im at college at the time... It'll just try to shovel the food down.

Well yeah I did get really rank gas attacks too :P Acutally, thinking about it, it must have been because I took a lot of craps in one day cos I thought I might have too much food in me ;o

bradley
04-20-2003, 11:05 AM
Looks like you could add some healthy fats in as well.

I would just eat meal 1 when you wake up and combine meals 2 and 3. Seeing as how meal 2 does not contain any protein and meal 3 is just protein. What does your postworkout shake consist of.

ChrisH
04-20-2003, 02:23 PM
Post workout shake consists of:
EAS Simply Protein and semi-skim milk.



Actually yeah i'll just drop the weetabix from that meal and have it later on. Fruit and a tin of tuna = no prob.

GhettoSmurf
04-20-2003, 02:29 PM
i wouldnt have the milk post-workout, it slows the absortion(sp?) of the protein. im not sure what the EAS Simply Protein is? if it is 100% whey protein, then have that mixed with some water, and try to add some simple sugars like dextrose.