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reso
11-20-2001, 06:30 PM
how do i calculate 40-30-30? ratios
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Fart Barker
11-20-2001, 06:33 PM
1 g fat = 9 calories
1 g carb = 4 calories
1 g protein = 4 calories

that would be a 24-24-52 meal

reso
11-20-2001, 06:39 PM
uh? 24fat/24carbs/51 protein each meal how did u get that?

Fart Barker
11-20-2001, 06:43 PM
Originally posted by reso
uh? 24fat/24carbs/51 protein each meal how did u get that?

If you ate a meal consisting of 1 g of carbs, 1 g of protein, and 1 gram of fat. I have no idea what speck of food that would be.

24% carbs
24% protein
52% fat

reso
11-20-2001, 06:45 PM
is that P/C/F

Fart Barker
11-20-2001, 06:46 PM
whoops, I mean no

Tryska
11-20-2001, 06:48 PM
a little brainfood provided by the honorable lyle mcdonald:

Exercise Free Will (http://www.cyberpump.com/features/nutrimuscle/lyle005.html)

Fart Barker
11-20-2001, 06:48 PM
I believe the ratio is supposed to be C-P-F

Fart Barker
11-20-2001, 06:50 PM
ahhh, Tryska to the rescue :)

Wizard
11-21-2001, 03:48 AM
Reso:
It's simple..

Example
Meal:300calories

40%carbs
30%protein
30%fat

40%carbs=300calsx0,4=120cals
1gram of carbs has 4 cals,so
120/4=30grams of carbs

30%protein=300calsx0,3=90cals
1gram of protein has 4 cals,so
90/4=22,5grams of protein

30%fat=300calsx0,3=90cals
1gram of fat has 9 cals,so
90/10=10grams of fat

reso
11-21-2001, 06:54 AM
thx is this 40-30-30 a bulking ratio?

Wizard
11-21-2001, 08:43 AM
Again,it's up to you.
If you want to use it when you're under a bulking diet,you'll just have a higher caloric intake than your active metabolic rate.

Eitherway,you'll have to consume less calories than your a.m.r.

The macros ratio is not the first thing you should care about.