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Old 03-11-2013, 03:51 PM   #16
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How long have you been eating the way you listed? It looks to me as though you have been grossly undereating for someone your size.

6 - 7 = Gym
7- 7:30 = Protien (Hydro Whey) ~120-150 calAfter taking bath and after atlest one hour to protien shake a Breakfast of Oatmeal or Cornflakes with skimmed milk. ~200-300 cal9 - 9:30 = office.
10:30 = Green Tea
11:30 = Green Tea
12:30 = Hydroxycut Elite Cap (One)
1:00 = Lunch (two Chapattis, One Vegitable, Curd and before lunch I ensure that i drink atleast Five glasses of Water. ~300-400 cal1:30 = Green Tea
2 - 5 = atleast four to Six Glasses of Water.
5:30 = Green Tea
6:30 = Back to Residence
7:00 = Some oatmeals ~200 cal8:30 = Dinner (Two Chapattis, One Vegitable) ~200-300 cal9:30 = A Small Walk

I've approx your calories above (I'm totally guessing since we don't know how you cooked the food and your portion sizes), but even on the high side I put you at around 1300-1500 cal @ ~250lbs body weight. which is TOO LOW as far as I'm concerned

You NEED to have a good source of protein with EACH meal. The % of carb/protein/fat can be altered to your needs, but total protein and calorie intake are vital to losing fat and keeping/gaining lean muscle mass.
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