A little background. Currently I'm a 180 lb and almost 21 year old male. I'd say I'm 14-16% bf. I'm gonna be living in a dorm for summer classes and I won't have access to dining halls so I can only cook food in a microwave. I am trying to shed some fat while trying to maintain my body weight. I'm doing HCT-12 and I also play 1v1 basketball for 45-60 minutes 3-4 times a week.
I used a calorie counter online to determine the macros for the foods I've decided to buy and the meals I plan to eat. It comes out to be about 3040 calories, 275g carbs, 80g fat, 305g prot, give or take a little.
The foods I will be eating are:
Honey Nut Cheerios with 1% milk
Ham/Chicken/Cheese Sandwich on wheat bread
Campbell's Chunky Soup (generally just the creamy chicken dumpling one, its my favorite)
Low-fat cottage cheese
Cans of Tuna (packaged in water)
And then my whey protein and a snapple or gatorade for after my workouts
I can post my meals if anyone would like.
Would that amount of calories and that macro distribution be good for fat loss but weight maintenance? I'm more worried about eating too much of one macro and too little of another. Or if the calories are too high? This is the first time I've tried a diet and not too confident in going at it alone just yet, at least until I get some experience in it.
Also, any tips for good foods I can eat in the dorm using only a microwave and a mini fridge?