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    Big Bulk!!!! Do You Have One

    Looking for a 6K plus diet not super high on FAT. Do you have one?
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    Look in "what a body builder eats" thread (sticky), sign up for fitday, and make yourself something that works!
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    fat is not evil. read old man, read.

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    Unless you're doing gear or have a really fast metabolism, 6000 cals will most likely lead to get fat, no matter if they come from clean foods or not
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    im pretty sure he is on gear

    and even if he didn't what if his maintenance or metabolism was pretty high... uhm
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    Why are you avoiding fat?

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    I'm not avoiding fats. What I was trying to get at is that I'd like 6000+ cal's and not do it thru 500-1000 grams of fat. Obviously no one here eats that much, or I'd get some feedback on what you eat if in fact you eat that much. If you don't have an answere what's wrong with I don't have one and leave it at that instead of going in circles with a bunch of horses--t

    Canadian crippler thanks for your help. I'll do just that
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    throw in a buncha sweet potatos, oatmeal, brown rice, veggies, and fruits for carbs....

    throw in some lean meats for your proteins

    add in your essential fats in the form of fish oil caps/pb/olive oil (as much as you would like) heh.... and you are set

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    Thanks Ryuage. Here's one for you all. A person from another bodybuilding site posted this to my ?. Said he was bored and obviously spent a few minutes on it.

    MEAL 1:
    2 cups dry oats (612 cals, 104 carbs, 17g protein, 10g fat)
    1 scoop whey protein (100 cals, 25g protein)
    2 eggs, 6 egg whites (230 cals, 35g protein, 10g fat)
    3 fish oil capsules
    TOTALS = 972 cals, 104g carbs, 67g protein, 23g fat

    PWO SHAKE:
    2 scoops Whey (200 cals, 50g protein)
    1 banana (110 cals, 28g carbs)
    1.5 cup skim milk (120 cals, 18g carbs, 12g protein)
    1 cup oats (306 cals, 52g carbs, 8.5g protein, 5g fat)
    TOTALS = 736 cals, 98g carbs, 76.5g protein, 5g fat

    MEAL 2:
    2 cups brown rice (432 cals, 92g carbs, 8g protein, 2g fat)
    6 oz chicken (240 cals, 46g protein, 3.5g fat)
    1 cup broccoli
    3 fish oil caps
    TOTALS = 700 cals, 92g carbs, 52g protein, 8.5g fat

    MEAL 3:
    2 tbs almond butter (180 cals, 4g carbs, 8g protein, 18g fat)
    1.5 scoops whey (150 cals, 37.5g protein)
    1.5 cup skim milk (120 cals, 18g carbs, 12g protein)
    1 cup oats (306 cals, 52g carbs, 8.5g protein, 5g fat)
    1 cup blueberries (80 cals, 20g carbs)
    TOTALS = 836 cals, 94g carbs, 66g protein, 23g fat

    MEAL 4:
    2 cups brown rice (432 cals, 92g carbs, 8g protein, 2g fat)
    6 oz chicken (240 cals, 46g protein, 3.5g fat)
    1 cup broccoli
    3 fish oil caps
    TOTALS = 700 cals, 92g carbs, 52g protein, 8.5g fat

    MEAL 5:
    2 cups brown rice (432 cals, 92g carbs, 8g protein, 2g fat)
    6 oz chicken (240 cals, 46g protein, 3.5g fat)
    1 cup broccoli
    3 fish oil caps
    TOTALS = 700 cals, 92g carbs, 52g protein, 8.5g fat

    MEAL 6:
    8 oz salmon (330 cals, 53g protein, 13.5g fat)
    2 whole eggs (140 cals, 14g protein, 10g fat)
    10 oz sweet potato (225 cals, 48g carbs, 6g protein, 1g fat)
    1 cup vegetables
    TOTALS = 695 cals, 48g carbs, 73g protein, 24.5g fat

    MEAL 7:
    2 cups cottage cheese (336 cals, 16g carb, 56g protein, 3g fat)
    1 oz walnuts (160 cals, 1g carbs, 4g protein, 17g fat)
    2 cups skim milk (160 cals, 24g carbs, 16g protein)
    TOTAL = 656 cals, 41g carbs, 76g protein, 20g fat



    TOTAL = 5995 cals
    CARBS = 661g (45%)
    PROTEIN = 515g (35%)
    FAT = 121g (20%)
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    ya I was browsing a few forums and saw her post that diet... not to bad why not try it out... theres really no need to follow someone elses diet outline, just choose the foods you want to eat (for me would be the best tasting at the cheapest I can find) so I stick to oatmeal, chicken breasts, peanut butter mostly then just fit them into your daily totals.

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    http://www.elitefitness.com/forum/sh...d.php?t=282495

    Check that out. Not saying you should do it, but I don't know why you're so scared of fat.

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    I'm not scared of fat. I'm cutting right now from 277 lbs to 230 lbs. Today I weigh 242 lbs. Yes baby only 12 to go before I eat my ass off. Had liposuction done on the 9th of this month for the love handles. Can't train for a month but still dieting. Only lost 2.5 lbs from the lipo.

    Maybe I'm afraid of fat as a 47 lb cut is a lot. 20 I could do standing on my head. 47??????????
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    Congrats on the cut so far, and I'm sure you will succeed in losing those last 12 lbs.

    That being said, FAT DOES NOT MAKE YOU FAT. Maybe you already know this, but from your posts it doesn't seem like you're willing to acknowledge it. As that thread I linked demonstrates, dietary fat is very important in bodybuilding. Overall calories are what is going to determine how much fat you put on.

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