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universal
02-17-2002, 12:27 AM
im looking ot bulk clean, im 5 11 150, just wondering what u all think of the diet. thanks :)

bf
10 whites
2 yolks
1 c oats
1tbsp natty

2
1 bread
chicken/tuna

3
1 c rice
chikcen

4
1 c rice
chicken

post
75 carbs(dextrose)
44 pro(whey)

dinner
2 chicken/steak
poatote/pasta
veggies

7
tuna
flax

bout
250 pro
65 fat
310 carbs
3200 cals

Budiak
02-17-2002, 12:51 AM
looks good to me. Of course, I dont see any baby in there, homes.

Par Deus
02-17-2002, 04:02 PM
Assuming you are not on androgens, 100 grams of the protein is just going to be converted to glucose, so you might as well have it as carbs.

Budiak
02-17-2002, 04:34 PM
How do you know his body wont utilize more?

universal
02-18-2002, 09:44 AM
where do i have 100 grams of protein?

=w=
02-18-2002, 11:03 AM
universal where do i have 100 grams of protein?

He means you weigh 150 lbs and you are taking in 250g of protein a day. 250-150 = 100g that he means will not be utilized. He means stick to the 1g/lb of body weight any more is really unnescesary and will be converted to glucose so you may as well just have it as carbs to begin with since carbs on average are cheaper then protein.

My question is what about the thermic effect protein has? Should he take in less the 100g of carbs in place of 100g of protein for an even swap? Like say 80g or something?

the_hall
02-18-2002, 11:19 AM
It is just my opinion, but I would get more than 1lb of protien per lb of bodyweight, see Maki's article.

3200 calories is a bulk? I weigh 185, and I get about 3700 calories. It wont kill you to eat some fruit early in the day either.

Par Deus
02-18-2002, 08:10 PM
Originally posted by =w=


My question is what about the thermic effect protein has? Should he take in less the 100g of carbs in place of 100g of protein for an even swap? Like say 80g or something?


He's bulking, so 100 calories does not matter.

Budiak
02-18-2002, 09:37 PM
If he doesnt burn the carbs, wont they be turned into fat as well?

Thats why there's no such thing as a pure "clean bulk". If you want to gain big, you need to eat big and put up with the fat gain (and most of the time the fat gain isnt so bad anyways). I assume you're like me and you have a closet full of 32 inch pants that are already snug when you're cut up and you dont want to buy any more. I feel for you brother, I really do. Its getting hard to breathe in these jeans...


Well, time to eat. *sigh

Par Deus
02-19-2002, 09:51 AM
Originally posted by Budiak

Thats why there's no such thing as a pure "clean bulk". If you want to gain big, you need to eat big and put up with the fat gain (and most of the time the fat gain isnt so bad anyways).


Exactly.

YatesNightBlade
02-20-2002, 02:20 AM
Looks very good.