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gator
11-15-2005, 09:54 PM
I've posted my diet before but here is a little more detail for those who wanted my fat and carb count. 5'11 175-180
cal/fat/carb/protein
Meal 1 Oatmeal 300/6/54/10
whey 1 scoop 105/0/0/26
Milk 1% 110/2.5/13/8
banana 130/1/35/1.5
Meal 2 tuna w/mayo 175/2/0/37.5
mayo 100/11/0/0
glass of milk 110/2.5/13/8
meal 3 Protein Shake 802/18.5/94/68
(80 g dextrose, creatine, 1 cup milk, 2 scoopswhey, 2 TB pb, ice)
meal 4 6in Sub, 390/7/48/38

meal 5 6in Sub, peanuts 390/7/48/38
170/14/5/8
meal 6 Cottage Cheese 1cup 180/3/10/26
Totals 2962/74/320/269



Now I need some more fat in there could Fish Oils be something I add?
Should i take my PWO shake during off days, if so should I just take out the creatine and dextrose? P.S. these shakes taste so good, I look forward to drinking them.
I've been neglecting to eat the cottage cheese, its horriable, I've managed to eat down about 2 cups in a week. I need to go to the grocery store and buy some blueberrys and see how that works. Any gueestions here would be nice
Could I subsitute the CC for some tuna, or even some more peanuts to up the fat?
I've also got a tip to buy a george forman grill for my dorm room and maybe take out one of my 6in subs and make some chicken and have some variety in my diet, I might end up doing that as well. I also add a glass of milk sometimes too when i get thursty.
Should I also look into vitamins or do you think I'm getting a good diet and dont need to take them.
Thanks for all the info in advance, I know its a lot of questions

HILL
11-16-2005, 04:19 AM
use olive oil/nuts/natty peanut butter to up your fats. everything else looks ok. if you don take your pwo you will need to replace it with another meal to make your micros

Unreal
11-16-2005, 06:21 AM
Add 1tbps of olive oil to each shake. Good cals, fat, and won't even taste it.

gator
11-16-2005, 02:17 PM
anyone else have any other suggestions?

getfit
11-16-2005, 02:34 PM
do you eat eggs at all?

gator
11-16-2005, 03:30 PM
Not really, I'm in the dorm, but do have a common kitchen that I could use...where would you suggest I add those in, and what way should they be cooked.

getfit
11-16-2005, 04:40 PM
it's really up to you, do you prefer them boiled ,scrambled, omelette

gator
11-16-2005, 04:59 PM
I really like them scrambled, when you say omelette your talking about an actually omelette right? Those are good but i doubt I would be able to make them. Would eggs be good at night? I know certain foods are better at certain times.

Bikkstah
11-16-2005, 05:03 PM
Drop them in your shake if you can't cook in the dorms. I feel your pain on that, haha. We couldn't even have a blender last year :(

gator
11-16-2005, 05:17 PM
I dont think we are allowed to have blenders either,but they only check once a semester, so I'll take my chances, and you only get a warning anyways.

tigo
11-16-2005, 05:31 PM
45 seconds in the microwave wit ha 3 dollar egg cooker works nice

http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00004W4UR/104-4796244-7493536?v=glance&n=284507&n=1000&s=kitchen&v=glance

gator
11-16-2005, 05:43 PM
ooh I might have to try that, definatly beats using a pan and doing dishes and carrying them through my hall ways. I'm a huge fan of eggs too and with their high protein content been trying to find some easy way to cook them.