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Glaim
04-27-2004, 02:22 PM
I don't post much...mostly a lurker, but I was hoping you guys could help me out with my diet here.

6' 185 lbs 16% BF and cutting

Breakfast:

2 packets instant oatmeal 200 cal 4g fat 38g carb 8g protein

1 glass skim milk w/creatine 90 cal 13g carb 0g fat 9g protein

Midmorning:

1 piece fruit 60 cals 15g carb 0g fat 0g protein

2 can tuna 180 cals 0g carb 2g fat 40g protein

Lunch

2 boneless/skinless Chicken breast 220 cal 0g carb 3g fat 24g protein

1 cup frozen green veggies 200 cal 38g carb 0g fat 6g protein

Afternoon

1 piece fruit 60 cals 15g carb 0g fat 0g protein

2 can tuna 180 cal 0g carb 2g fat 40g protein


Dinner

2 boneless/skinless chicken breast 220 cal 3g fat 24g protein

1 cup frozen corn 120 cals 15g fat 28g carb 3g protein


After dinner snack

cup almonds 340 calories 30 g fat 12 g carb 12 g protein

1 glass skim milk 90 cal 13g carb 9g protein

Totals:
175 g protein
147 g carb
59 g fat
1960 calories

Holto
04-27-2004, 02:36 PM
looks excellent to me...

very filling choices

good luck

Davy
04-28-2004, 06:02 AM
This is what i got from a nutrition specialist i payed a visit.

Morning 6u30

Proteine shake

7u30

30cl skim milk with 100gr cornflakes (since i cant handle oatmeal)

10u

30cl Soy milk
1 banana

12u

150gr Lean meat (steak , chicken ...)
100gr vegetables
100gr potatoes

2u30 pm

30cl Soy milk
1 banana
100gr turkey

Working out
Post workout Proteine shake

6u30 pm

100 whole wheat spaghetti
100gr ground beef

This one day of my cutting diet , got 2 other meal plans wich i have to rotate and will post them tomorrow

Total : 2400 cals
195gr prot , 324gr carbs and 36gr fat

Hitting the cardio big time for about an hour , an hour and a half 4 times a week at low hartrate aprox 110-120 beats.
He told me this could get me cut 5% or more in about 2 months.

Comments apreciated

Davy

Giddo
04-28-2004, 06:31 AM
Davy

I'm no expert but i've been trying a few things lately.
Not sure about the cornflakes?

Looks like you should lower the carbs, up the fat.
I have taken plenty of advice from the guys on these forums so the best thing to do is run a search.

I posted my diet the other day give that a go. :strong:

Davy
04-28-2004, 06:50 AM
Hi Gibbo,

He did it on purpose to keep carbs moderate because i also play football , dont wanna fainth on the field you know :p

He have to get my BF measured again in about 3 weeks so if necesary he can adjust my diet.
Im having faith in this person as he is a nutritionist as profession and he works out also (hes pretty big for his weight)

Remeber i do a ****load of cardio also ...

Giddo
04-28-2004, 06:59 AM
Ok Davy nuff said.

Only don't go paying out your cash on this guy when you can get all this free advice from these boys.

Davy
04-28-2004, 07:21 AM
Dont worry , im not paying him that much :)

Good part is also that he puts it on paper what i have to eat and when , and i know there are alot of people here who know alot about nutrition .... but that guy studied for it so he knows what he's doing (i hope so :))

If you could give me a free detailed diet , give it a go :)
im 26 , 210 pounds (96kg) +-20%BF

Im will be waiting unpatiently :strong:

Glaim
04-28-2004, 12:25 PM
My thead was hijacked! :swear:

Eh, no biggy. :) Thanks for the input holto

Holto
04-28-2004, 12:36 PM
totally hijacked dude...lol

it's not like you needed much help though

my only advice now is after drafting that up try to re-write it a couple more times with different foods and then STICK TO IT