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Old 09-04-2013, 05:49 AM   #1
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Default Diet Question.

I was wondering if someone could look at my diet and tell me weather I'm eating enough food, because I'm not sure.

*FOR A NON WORKOUT DAY

MEAL 1

2 WHOLE EGGS, 6 EGG WHITES
1 TINE OF BAKED BEANS
1 APPLE

MEAL 2

2 CUPS OF BROWN RICE
1 BOWL OF VEGITABLES
2 PIECES OF WHITE FISH

MEAL 3

3 TBS PEANUT BUTTER
2 SLICES OF WHOLE MEAL BREAD
1 BANANA
1 APPLE

MEAL 4

12 OZ SWEET POTATO
2 PIECES OF WHITE FISH

MEAL 5
1 TIN OF TUNA


My reason for being skeptical, is that when I add up the calories it doesn't seem very much at all, and is always less than I think (in terms of calories)

What's weird though, is that in the 2 months I've been training, I've gone from 121 to 140.


So I'm leaning towards the side that its ok, and from what youv'e told me before about eating till your full and a little more is present with this diet, but I just wasn't sure.

I think its around 2500 calories, which really isn't allot. I think I remember some of you telling me this is what a normal teen would maintain at so.


I'm guessing as long as I'm gaining weight its ok?

Thanks


- Linden
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