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Itís no secret that when people contradict themselves, it has the effect of making the flaws in their actions or statements seem glaringly obvious. But what about when WE ourselves get caught contradicting ourselves by someone else?

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    Push powerlifting heathj's Avatar
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    New diet

    Trying to lose 2-3% bf each month for the next 2-3 months. Also, I want to maintain all my muscle. I need help finding a meal for meal 6...What do you think of the rest of the diet?


    Meal 1

    1 Cup Oats - 6g fat/ 54g carbs/ 10g protein/ 300 cals
    1 cup milk - 0g fat/ 12g carbs/ 9g protein/ 170 cals
    2 Egg Whites - 0g fat/ 2g carbs/ 10g protein/ 110 cals
    1 Whole Egg - 4g fat/ 1 g carbs/ 12g protein/ 70 cals
    2 12 grain bread - 4g fat/ 24g carbs/ 8g protein/ 220 cals

    Cals: 850
    Fat: 14g
    Carbs: 83g
    Protein: 49g

    Meal 2

    1 Can Albacore Tuna - 2.5g fat/ 0g carbs/ 33g protein/ 175 cals
    2 Tbsp. Mayo - 3g fat/ 0g carbs/ 0g protein/ 70 cals
    4 12 grain bread - 8g fat/ 48g carbs/ 16g protein/ 440 cals

    Cals: 685
    Fat: 13.5g
    Carbs: 48g
    Protein: 48g

    Meal 3 -

    2 Scoops Whey - 0g fat/ 6g carbs/ 40g protein/ 200 cals
    2 cups milk - 0g fat/ 24g carbs/ 18g protein/ 160 cals

    Cals: 360
    Fat: 0g
    Carbs: 30g
    Protein: 58g

    Meal 4 -

    8 Oz Chicken Breast - 5g fat/ 10g carbs/ 34g protein/
    1 Scoop Whey - 0g fat/ 3g carbs/ 20g protein/ 100 cals
    1 cup milk - 0g fat/ 12g carbs/ 9g protein/ 80 cals

    Cals: 180
    Fat: 5g
    Carbs: 20g
    Protein: 39g

    Meal 5 -

    2 Egg Whites - 0g fat/ 2g carbs/ 10g protein/ 110 cals
    1 Whole Egg - 4g fat/ 1g carbs/ 12g protein/ 70 cals
    1 Scoop Whey - 0g fat/ 3g carbs/ 20g protein/ 100 cals
    1 cup milk - 0g fat/ 12g carbs/ 9g protein/ 80 cals

    Cals: 360
    Fat: 4g
    Carbs: 18g
    Protein: 51g

    Meal 6 -

    ?????????
    I want it quick and simple, with low cals, since it will be ranging from 9-11 pm.


    TOTALS:

    Cals: 2435 + Meal 6
    Fat: 36.5g + Meal 6
    Carbs: 199g + Meal 6
    Protein: 245g + Meal 6
    Water: 5 liters
    Last edited by heathj; 05-23-2001 at 07:53 AM.

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    I suggest 2 scoops of Why for meal six.

    "Success is never behind you, it is always, always in front of you."

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    Hmm...maybe, but then I'd be taking 6 scoops per day and I'd go through like 2.5 tubs per month and that might cost a lot since each tub costs around $25. Anything else I could eat? Is my fat too low? What else could I eat that is low in carbs at night?

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    How about 1 cup of low fat cottage cheese?

    Cals: 160
    Fat: 2g
    Carbs: 8g
    Protein: 28g

    In theory, this would be good to eat before bed, because casein (the main protein in cottage cheese) is digested and absorbed more slowly than whey, so you should be absorbing amino acids into your blood for a longer period of time while you're sleeping. (I don't know if anyone has actually proven that this happens.)

    This diet is probably going to give you more protein than you actually need. You might consider cutting back on some of the protein sources and substituting some fruits and vegetables, for example in meal 3 and meal 5. You actually use protein more efficiently for building muscle if you consume it with some carbohydrate, because you don't have to break down as much protein to provide energy and restore muscle glycogen after exercise. I would also include a multivitamin/mineral tablet each day. You may not be getting enough fiber to keep from getting constipated, so some Metamucil each day might be necessary.

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    Push powerlifting heathj's Avatar
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    I tried eating cottage cheese for my last diet, can't stand the stuff.

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    TUNA !!!
    Eat Tuna!
    "Ya don't touch my tuna, I don't kill you."- by Tuna Master
    "Part of getting what you want is knowing what you have to give up." - by who knows. ME? Eat Tuna!
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    IMO, I'd have red meat for meal 6, maybe a burger on a bed of lettuce... You could aslo cut out your dairy , but only well dieting. Make sure you get right back into amap (as much milk as possible, lol) when you want to grow again...

    I'd aslo eat whole eggs, instead of whites...especially if you cut out dairy, you'll need to replace some cals..

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    those eggs have got to be huge if they contain 12g of protein
    Last edited by swedishviking; 05-25-2001 at 03:55 PM.

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    Err...hmm...heh, they're supposed to be 6g, thanks Hamburger late at night? Is that good?

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    Hamburgers are good anytime!
    Best Meet Lifts(Raw w/wraps):
    @165- 435 SQ 270 BE 560 DL.....1255 total
    @181- 515 SQ 295 BE 570 DL.....1375 total
    Best Meet Lifts(Multi-ply):
    @148- 575 SQ 315 BE 515 DL.....1400 total
    @165- 680 SQ 380 BE 540 DL.....1555 total
    @181- 700 SQ 375 BE 535 DL.....1605 total
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    Yes.

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    you know whats better than a hamburger.....

    two hamburgers
    half the time I have no idea what you're talking about. the other half, I'm not listening.

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    flake your wrong cheeseburger are better than 2 hamburgers.

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    You're both wrong. Bacon Double cheesburgers!

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    Everyone is wrong.


    DOUBLE WHOPPER!!!

    Can't be beat!
    Best Meet Lifts(Raw w/wraps):
    @165- 435 SQ 270 BE 560 DL.....1255 total
    @181- 515 SQ 295 BE 570 DL.....1375 total
    Best Meet Lifts(Multi-ply):
    @148- 575 SQ 315 BE 515 DL.....1400 total
    @165- 680 SQ 380 BE 540 DL.....1555 total
    @181- 700 SQ 375 BE 535 DL.....1605 total
    Best Gym Lifts(Raw w/wraps)
    515 SQ 302.5 BE 585 DL

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    how about two double whoppers

    (little known fact: you can actually get a tripple whopper, theres a button on the tills to add an extra meat patty, you might have to get the superviser to do this though as most bk employee's cannot be trusted with this secret)
    half the time I have no idea what you're talking about. the other half, I'm not listening.

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