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Woody_London
09-30-2004, 09:16 AM
Can anyone give me advice on any improvements I can make to my diet below?

I am 27. 157 pounds and trying to put on muscle.

Meal 1 - 7am. Protien Shake. 160 calories, 30g protien

Meal 2 - 9am Cereal such as Rice Krispes with a pint of Skimmed milk (non fat milk) 300 cals. 17g Protein.

Meal 3 - 12:30pm Macaroni Cheese (low fat) with a can of Tuna mixed in. And a bread roll with half a tub of low fat cottage cheese. 860 calories. 60g Protein

Meal 4 - 4pm Bread roll with half a tub of low fat cottage cheese. 400 cals. 13g protein

Meal 5 - 8pm Post gym Protein Shake. 230 cals. 48g Protien.

Meal 6 - 10pm Two pre prepared Chicken breasts from the supermarket and 400 grams of Oven Chips (a UK thing like french fries but thicker, not chips as in Lays. 2g of fat per 100g) 900 Calories, 80g protein

Thanking You

galileo
09-30-2004, 09:37 AM
I'd avoid rice krispies and go with something more like Fiber One. A favorite of mine was once Fiber One + Skim + blueberries. Good stuff.

Do you gain weight easily? Lose fat quickly? Is it just hard to gain weight? It's hard to recommend much without knowing much about how you gain/lose.

thecaptain
09-30-2004, 12:28 PM
I'd add some oatmeal in meal one. Not enough calories or carbs when you wake up. Where are the fruits and vegies?

waynis
09-30-2004, 01:19 PM
Don't use a protein shake as a meal replacement. YOu still need real food. Bump up your morning and lunch carbs.

toughguywannabe
09-30-2004, 01:52 PM
i usually eat a bowl of cheerios and 1/4 cup of quickoats for my breakfast.. i know that's hardly any calories but im on a cut.. that's around 270 calories.. what's the importance of fruits and vegetables?? i thought if ur taking in a multivitamin u'll be fine.. isn't the fructose in fruits somethin u might want to stay away from?? the only thing i can think that's good for vegetables is that it's has a crap load of fiber and most veggies are around 20-30 on the gi index.. is there anything else that fruits and veggies can benefit someone during a cut?

thecaptain
09-30-2004, 02:39 PM
Multi-vitamins are good to take, but you end up pissing out a lot of it. Fruits are one of the best sources of vitamins there are. Same can be said for the vegies, along with the fiber.

Vido
09-30-2004, 02:54 PM
You need more fat. I can hardly see any in that diet.

Bigtank
09-30-2004, 10:07 PM
Special KŪ low carb lifestyle cereal is pretty good for breakfast it has 10grams of protein and only a 100 calories.

sublime99
10-01-2004, 07:50 AM
You have to eat, you have 1 to many shakes in there you should only use those if you have absolutley no time to get a good meal in and you should be able to make time. Also you could eat alot more whole clean foods.


Breakfast

4 to 8oz chicken or round steak
6 egg whites
1/2 cup cottage cheese
piece of toast whole wheat
8oz milk
8 oz juice

snack

6.5 oz can of tuna
2 pieces whole wheat bread
mayo mustard and honey all 1 tbsp
and 1oz cheese
low sodium tortilla chips
with a tangerine or bannana
water

lunch

8oz chicken
1 cup rice with either 1 cup black beans or kidney beans
Brocolli/cauliflower
water

dinner

8oz chicken
1/2 cup cottage cheese
1 cup rice or whole wheat pasta if rice add beans and fat free sour cream
if pasta add emerils kicked up tomato sauce 1 cup or any of your favorite pasta sauce
brocolli or your vegtable of choice.

snack

cottage cheese 1/2- 1 cup mixed with yogurt

Vido
10-01-2004, 11:08 AM
not enough fat in sublime99's diet either