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Back Surgery and Nutrition?

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2006/07/14 03:32:27 (permalink)
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Back Surgery and Nutrition?

Ok, this sucks.
I have to have back surgery to fix a herniated disc so obviously I won't be lifting for quite some time. I had currently been bulking, eating about 3000 calories a day. Now I'll be laying in bed all day every day for quite some time. How should I adjust my calories, carbs, protein, and fat to compensate for the fact that I won't be doing anything? Also, will any supplements help to preserve muscle? I'm 20 years old, 6'0 and 175 lbs (skinny fat). Thanks!
post edited by ddawg09 - 2006/07/14 03:34:21
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    RE: Back Surgery and Nutrition? 2006/07/14 18:07:16 (permalink)
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    We cant put figures on anything, but I would cut your calories right down and eat small regular quality meals and snacks
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