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Old 12-22-2009, 09:09 AM   #9
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Originally Posted by JesseA View Post
Start with 33% C/F/P and see how you respond, tweak from there. Nutrition is a very individualized thing. It depends is always the answer.

What is your daily activity level? Desk Job, Ditch Digger? Current body fat levels, metabolism, bulking, cutting, lean bulk.

I prefer a simpler approach myself, I figure out what I want for a daily protein intake (say 200g), then split the rest between carbs & fat depending on desired effect (less carb=cut, more carbs=bulk), and try and make up any missing calories with fats (walnuts, almonds, PB, oils, etc...)
Very good answer.

IBB...35% is solid. At minimum that's 200 grams per day, and that's a good minimum to be at for a cut.
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