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StarLeague
05-18-2004, 03:57 AM
Is this enough? I look like Im becoming a walking piece of fat, should I be eating something different?


meal 1 - breakfast 8AM - 10AM
5 egg whites
coffee (sorry guys, w/o this I cant function properly)
tuna sandwiches or muesli bar sometimes nothing at all

meal 2 12PM - 1PM (lunch)
rice
chicken/beef, usually large portions (4 times a day)

OR McDonalds (maybe 1 or 2 times a week)
OR noodles (maybe 1 or 2 times a week)

meal 3 3PM - 5PM
A burger
or rice with chicken and vegetables

meal 4 7PM-8PM (after workout)
Protein shake
3 egg whites

meal 5 9PM (dinner)
rice
chicken/beef/pork/fish (usually smaller to medium servings)
vegetables


Guys, am I doing it right? Ive been eating like this for 5 months and I jumped 11kg. I knwo this is bulking...but the thing Im concerned is about is (1) I've read its unhealty to eat at 9PM or taking suppers, I eat on average 1 pack of chips together with meal 4 A WEEK. (2) 8 egg whites for 80kg, 19 years, would that be okay?


Thanks!

StarLeague
05-18-2004, 03:58 AM
Am I eating enough protein?

Giddo
05-18-2004, 04:21 AM
I suggest you use the search option for clean bulk.
I think you'll find burgers, McDonalds and muesli won't be in any of the results.
What do you call a McDonalds bearing in mind that a bigmac has about 30+gs of fat

StarLeague
05-18-2004, 07:09 AM
Oh yeah thanks Giddo, I jsut forgot to ask one thing the McDonalds diet.

The BigMac has around 40gm of Carbs, 40gm of Protein, 30gms of fat.

You need Carbs but that 30gm of fat, don't you burn it somehow too?

I dont know much about this, just asking...

Giddo
05-18-2004, 07:18 AM
Oh yeah thanks Giddo, I jsut forgot to ask one thing the McDonalds diet.

The BigMac has around 40gm of Carbs, 40gm of Protein, 30gms of fat.

You need Carbs but that 30gm of fat, don't you burn it somehow too?

I dont know much about this, just asking...

you do need carbs but not the ones you find in a burger bun. You should be looking for your carb sources to be from wholemeal bread, w/meal pasta, brown rice, oatmeal use the search for high and low GI carbs.

Your protien should come from lean meats such as b/less s/less chicken breast, eggs, whey.

Your fat should not come from the saturated fat found in burgers, cheese, mayonaise. it should come from monounsaturated fat such as olive oil, fish and nuts.

In this section one of the sticky's is what a bodybuilder eats, I suggest you read this carefully and print off the list and stick it on your fridge. :thumbup:

StarLeague
05-18-2004, 09:08 AM
thanks ;)

cheers!