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Old 02-07-2013, 02:06 PM   #41
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Well based on what I think I understand ... from some head bashing ... I should be eating:

Your Daily Goal
Calories - 2,500
Carbs - 219g
Fat - 83g
Protein - 219g

So, Who wants to help me figure out what to eat when? LOL

5:00am -5:30am

8:00am -8:30am

11:00am -11:30am

2:00pm -2:30pm

5:00pm -5:30pm

8:00pm -8:30pm
This seems pretty modest, are you taking in account your exercise expenditure? Your heavy days and your light days?

Rule of thumb is generally to eat plenty protein, more veggies, and moderate complex carbs, though i am pretty positive you know that!

40-40-20 is what you have now, but maybe a carb:30, pro:50, fat:20 might produce more results that you are looking for. This can be achieved through simply cutting off your major carbs after lunch.
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Old 02-11-2013, 01:09 PM   #42
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This seems pretty modest, are you taking in account your exercise expenditure? Your heavy days and your light days?

Rule of thumb is generally to eat plenty protein, more veggies, and moderate complex carbs, though i am pretty positive you know that!

40-40-20 is what you have now, but maybe a carb:30, pro:50, fat:20 might produce more results that you are looking for. This can be achieved through simply cutting off your major carbs after lunch.
In regards to the outline you sent me, DAY 1 is 40/40/20 based on 2500 calories and what I placed in my online tracker on my fitness pal food long.

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Trying something new to me.... The Anabolic Diet

The following is only a shell and some things will be switched out once I run out of the foods earlier cooked (the chicken will become beef) or once I find the food (Chorizo will become Prosciutto).

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2600/day lay out. It's nearly what I eat now....

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2600 is just about what I eat now sometimes I get as low as 2180 if I don't do the 3rd shake.

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