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SabresRock299
04-10-2006, 04:07 PM
I finally went home and looked up all the nutrient info on all the foods I consume... Heres my 6 meal per day diet. PLEASE tell me what I need to change or add. I really dont want waste any more time for summer is fast approaching.


Meal 1:

4 Eggs - 200 0 10 4
Cottage Cheese/OJ - 90 32 14 1
Whey Shake - 150 12 20 0
PB Sance - 250 26 11 18

Overall------690 calories, 70 carbs, 55 protein, 23 fat


Meal 2:

Tuna - 150 0 26 5
Chicken Patty - 130 2 23 3
Almonds - 150 5 6 15
Soy Milk - 100 8 7 0
Apple - 65 17 0 0

Overall ---------595 calories, 32 carbs, 62 protein, 23 fat


Meal 3:

Burger/WW Bread - 250 20 30 7
4 Eggs - 200 0 10 4
Almonds - 150 5 6 15

Overall ---------600 calories, 25 carbs, 46 protein, 26 fat


Meal 4:

OJ/Cottage Cheese Shake - 90 32 14 1
Tuna - 150 0 32 5
PB Sance - 250 26 11 18
V8 - 50 10 2 0

Overall -----------540 calories, 68 carbs, 59 protein, 24 fat


Meal 5:

OJ/Cottage Cheese Shake - 90 32 14 1
Tuna - 150 0 32 5
Almonds - 150 5 6 15
4 eggs - 200 0 10 4

Overall ---------- 590 calories, 37 carbs, 52 protein, 25 fat



Days End Overall -----------> 3,015 calories, 232 carbs, 274 protein, 121 fat

Once again Im 6'2 @ 230 lbs. I have been eating around 4300 - 4600 calories per day.

Unreal
04-10-2006, 04:36 PM
Are you losing weight at 3000 cals a day? If so then keep at it. If not decrease cals until you are losing weight. Simple as that. Your protein and fat levels are more then adequate, so if needed ust drop some of the carbs out.

SabresRock299
04-10-2006, 04:41 PM
So my carbs/fats/protein ratios are good? Thanks man. Anyway I havent even really begun my cut yet. Its harder to stop eating than I thought.

Ive been eating around 3,500 calories the past 3 weeks and Ive lost like 3 lbs.

Built
04-10-2006, 06:45 PM
A pound a week sounds perfect, actually.

Lemme know when you stall.

:)

Holto
04-10-2006, 07:50 PM
A pound a week sounds perfect, actually.

This is the exact goal I generally set for myself.

Nito
04-10-2006, 08:40 PM
I'd personally drop carbs a bit and up protein a bit.

SabresRock299
04-11-2006, 12:01 PM
Are simple carbs from things like Bananas and Apples OK or should I try my best to stear clear?

Built
04-11-2006, 12:52 PM
It's all okay - the big trick is hunger management. Eat fruit with something else to slow it down, like cottage cheese or in a salad with meat.

TheGimp
04-11-2006, 01:09 PM
Fruit is an excellent choice first thing in the morning when hepatic glycogen levels are severely depleted after sleeping.