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AgKitty
05-09-2006, 12:48 PM
:help:

Below is my meal plan for today, a training day. If anyone has any suggestions of what needs to be moved around, taken out, or whatever let me know.

Meal
1 .75c Egg whites, .5c oats, and .75c berries
Workout
2 4oz Turkey, 4oz sweet potatoes, 1c broccoli
3 3oz Chicken , 1.5c broccoli, 3.5oz apple, 1tsp olive oil, fish oil
4 3.5oz lean beef, .12c ff cheese, 2.5c spinach, 4oz apple, fish oil
5 3oz Chicken , 2.5c spinachi, 3oz apple, 2tsp olive oil and balsamic vinegar, fish oil
6 1c cottage cheese, 1oz peanut butter, .5oz almonds, 3oz apple

Goal: 1766 calories
166g protein
152g carb
55g fat

Actual: 1736 calories
164g protein
150g carbs
56g fat

ddegroff
05-09-2006, 01:07 PM
Thats some good work, what are your maintenance calories? what are your stats?

AgKitty
05-09-2006, 01:11 PM
Maintenance is ~2000 calories. I'm 5'6, 138, and ~24% bodyfat (if that can be relied on).

ddegroff
05-09-2006, 01:18 PM
Ok, I would up the fats (personally) up around ~70g. If you feel that you need those extra carbs then go ahead. I assume your cutting, how long have you been doing this diet?

AgKitty
05-09-2006, 01:29 PM
Just started it today. That's why I'm not totally sure about it. It's a carb cycle so my fats will be about 80g tomorrrow. I have to break my weight watchers' mentality that fat is bad because I am having a hard time figuring out where to get it from.

The carbs will get structured more around my workout next time. I didn't realize that I had so many to use and didn't plan it all that well.

ddegroff
05-09-2006, 01:33 PM
No, that meal plan is pretty good. FAT isn't the enemy its made out to be. Fat doesnt make you gain weight, excess calories do. Places to get fat are: olive oil, almonds (any nuts), avocado, the list really could go on.