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2005/07/27 16:41:47 (permalink)

Advice please? Whey etc

Please may Ihave peoples advice I have my program of weights sorted( I think) but I think my diet still needs tweaking! Im male 27 5 foot 9 and weigh approx 11 stone (157pounds) Im looking to gaina little muscle but want to tone up and become more defined Does this sound ok ?
Morning I have WHEY 80 and water (300ml)
9am 45g Oats and Skimmed milk with 1 banana
11am snack - fruit 1 pear 1 plum also have 2 rice cakes and 1 ryvita with lots of lean ham
1pm 2 slices wholemeal bread with 150g turkey, 1 low fat yoghurt.
5pm workout
WHEY shake and dextrose straight after (with 300ml water)
6pm 30g brown rice and stir fry chicken (150g) with tablke spoon of olive oil and lots of veg
9pm WHEY shake and skimmed milk just before bed. Id appreciate advice thankyou
I take the WHEY80 3 times a day I take it with water and once with skimmed milk yesterday was my first day, I have started getting stomach pains that feel like wind but isn’t. Although I have been eating a bit of fruit and fruit can give me the same symptoms. Do you think it’s the WHEY? Please advise thankyou
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    RE: Advice please? Whey etc 2005/07/27 16:47:16 (permalink)
    Hi mate,

    Diet has room for improvement, a few starters are more carbs, break from 1pm until trainng at 5pm there is 4hrs without food - have a meal at 3:30-4pm too, with carbs and protein, not enough good fats, and add some fats with last shake before bed (flax oil, nuts/nut butters, etc).

    As for stomach pains - could be lactose from the skimmed milk you have started having your whey in before bed - do you tend to drink a lot of milk/have you in the past?

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    Please may Ihave peoples advice I have my program of weights sorted( I think) but I think my diet still needs tweaking! Im male 27 5 foot 9 and weigh approx 11 stone (157pounds) Im looking to gaina little muscle but want to tone up and become more defined Does this sound ok ?
    Morning I have WHEY 80 and water (300ml)
    9am 45g Oats and Skimmed milk with 1 banana
    11am snack - fruit 1 pear 1 plum also have 2 rice cakes and 1 ryvita with lots of lean ham
    1pm 2 slices wholemeal bread with 150g turkey, 1 low fat yoghurt.
    5pm workout
    WHEY shake and dextrose straight after (with 300ml water)
    6pm 30g brown rice and stir fry chicken (150g) with tablke spoon of olive oil and lots of veg
    9pm WHEY shake and skimmed milk just before bed. Id appreciate advice thankyou
    I take the WHEY80 3 times a day I take it with water and once with skimmed milk yesterday was my first day, I have started getting stomach pains that feel like wind but isn’t. Although I have been eating a bit of fruit and fruit can give me the same symptoms. Do you think it’s the WHEY? Please advise thankyou


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    RE: Advice please? Whey etc 2005/07/27 16:51:12 (permalink)
    Its the advice that I wanted on Nutrition etc if possible thanks
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    RE: Advice please? Whey etc 2005/07/27 18:19:56 (permalink)
    When you say more carbs? can you give me some examples as I am in work all day and have to take the food in with me. Also havent got flax oil at the moment anything else I can put in my shake? I do not drink alot of milk atll only the 300ml with the shake.
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