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2006/07/13 09:37:45 (permalink)
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Cirtique required

Ok after going away and educating myself about what I should be eating to cut effectively (keeping muscle & losing fat) I’ve come up with this. The guides on this site are amazing but any any personal guidance would be welcomed. A lot of this is taken straight from the nutrition guides on this site but is it ok for my workout routine and weight etc?…

I’m about 5ft 11, weight 201 carrying a fair bit of bodyfat but not a MASSIVE amount. Unsure of my BMI I’m afraid. I alternate between a 75 minute weight workout one day and a moderate C.V. workout for 30 minutes the next.

Unfortunately I don’t have time to be cooking up eggs every five minutes of the day and as such am needing to supplement to some extent. My generous girlfriend is going to be making other high protein snacks so I can hopefully reduce this slightly.


6.30 Wake
6.30 Breakfast 1 Measure of Whey
2 Slices Granary Bread toasted & Olive Oil Spread
½ portion meal replacement formula with ½ measure Whey
100ml orange juice & 1tblsp / tablet flaxseed oil / multivitamin

10.30 1 measure of Whey
2 oatcakes
Fruit

12.30 tuna
½ small Chicken Breast
1 – 2 slices granary bread & Olive Oil Spread
Salad

15.00 1 measure of Whey
2 Oatcakes
Fruit

17.30 – 18.30 ½ portion of MRP & measure of whey
TRAINING

Post workout 1 measure of whey

19.30 Tuna / chicken / mackerel
50g boiled brown basmati rice or
75g boiled wholewheat pasta/spaghetti
vegetables

22.0 1 measure of Whey

The only thing I can see I’m lacking that is on other diet plans I’ve read is perhaps olives and soft cheese. Both of which I damn well hate. I have bought almonds and other nuts. If anyone can tell me anything else I can implement and at what times that would be grand.

Thanks a lot guys.
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    pauld
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    RE: Cirtique required 2006/07/13 09:42:43 (permalink)
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    Diet looks fine.

    Maybe up the cardio to 40 mins?
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    RE: Cirtique required 2006/07/13 09:53:42 (permalink)
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    Ok cool. What about fats? Like I was saying before, I don't like cheese and see it a lot in other diets last thing at night. I'm assuming people aren;t just doing it for crazy dreams so should I be doing anything else? If there a reason for it?
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    RE: Cirtique required 2006/07/13 09:55:15 (permalink)
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    how many calories is all that?

    and yeah, that's a hell of a lot of whey!
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    RE: Cirtique required 2006/07/13 09:56:52 (permalink)
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    ORIGINAL: jill_half_jack

    how many calories is all that?

    and yeah, that's a hell of a lot of whey!


    Unfortunately I don’t have time to be cooking up eggs every five minutes of the day and as such am needing to supplement to some extent. My generous girlfriend is going to be making other high protein snacks so I can hopefully reduce this slightly.
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    RE: Cirtique required 2006/07/13 09:57:33 (permalink)
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    cottage cheese at night is basically for protein. have you tried cottage cheese? it doesn't really taste like cheese at all. you can add stuff to it to flavour it as well.
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    RE: Cirtique required 2006/07/13 09:58:34 (permalink)
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    ORIGINAL: mivec

    Ok cool. What about fats? Like I was saying before, I don't like cheese and see it a lot in other diets last thing at night. I'm assuming people aren;t just doing it for crazy dreams so should I be doing anything else? If there a reason for it?


    Good Fats

    Omega 3 rich foods

    Flaxseed oil
    flaxseeds
    hempseed oil
    hempseeds
    walnuts
    pumpkin seeds
    Brazil nuts
    sesame seeds
    avocados
    some dark leafy green vegetables (kale, spinach, purslane, mustard greens, collards, etc.)
    canola oil (cold-pressed and unrefined)
    soybean oil
    wheat germ oil
    salmon
    mackerel
    sardines
    anchovies
    albacore tuna

    Omega 6 rich foods

    Flaxseed oil
    flaxseeds
    hempseed oil
    hempseeds
    grapeseed oil
    pumpkin seeds
    pine nuts
    pistachio nuts
    sunflower seeds (raw)
    olive oil
    olives
    borage oil
    evening primrose oil
    black currant seed oil
    chestnut oil

    Omega 9 rich foods

    Olive oil (extra virgin or virgin)
    olives
    avocados
    almonds
    peanuts
    sesame oil
    pecans
    pistachio nuts
    cashews
    hazelnuts
    macadamia nuts
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    RE: Cirtique required 2006/07/13 09:59:08 (permalink)
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    ORIGINAL: hen7


    ORIGINAL: jill_half_jack

    how many calories is all that?

    and yeah, that's a hell of a lot of whey!


    Unfortunately I don’t have time to be cooking up eggs every five minutes of the day and as such am needing to supplement to some extent. My generous girlfriend is going to be making other high protein snacks so I can hopefully reduce this slightly.



    well sheesh, i read it the first time, but thanks for bolding it out for me anyway!
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    RE: Cirtique required 2006/07/13 10:05:03 (permalink)
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    Anytime
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    RE: Cirtique required 2006/07/13 10:06:54 (permalink)
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    With regards to the whey content, I was looking at what my protein intake should be for my weight / height / objectives and was told between 230 and 330grams per day. Difficult to keep this high so yeah, theres a fair bit of whey but with protein pancakes and all that stuff, i'll hopefully be able to drop it slightly.

    As for the calorie content I don;t think it's all that hight in actual fact. Maybe around 2K?

    Thanks for the good fats listing mate. Appreciate that. Perhaps eat some before bed time then? What kind of amount are we talking?
    post edited by mivec - 2006/07/13 10:10:10
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    mivec
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    RE: Cirtique required 2006/07/13 10:20:31 (permalink)
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    Does before "bed-time" make me sound about 5? :p
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    RE: Cirtique required 2006/07/13 10:26:42 (permalink)
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    ORIGINAL: mivec

    6.30 Wake
    6.30 Breakfast 1 Measure of Whey
    2 Slices Granary Bread toasted & Olive Oil Spread
    ½ portion meal replacement formula with ½ measure Whey
    100ml orange juice & 1tblsp / tablet flaxseed oil / multivitamin

    10.30 1 measure of Whey
    2 oatcakes
    Fruit

    Not enough protein here.

    12.30 tuna
    ½ small Chicken Breast
    1 – 2 slices granary bread & Olive Oil Spread
    Salad

    15.00 1 measure of Whey
    2 Oatcakes
    Fruit

    Not enough protein here either.

    17.30 – 18.30 ½ portion of MRP & measure of whey
    TRAINING

    Post workout 1 measure of whey

    19.30 Tuna / chicken / mackerel
    50g boiled brown basmati rice or
    75g boiled wholewheat pasta/spaghetti
    vegetables

    22.0 1 measure of Whey

    Add healthy fats and lose the whey, replace whey with solid protein foods.

    The only thing I can see I’m lacking that is on other diet plans I’ve read is perhaps olives and soft cheese. Both of which I damn well hate. I have bought almonds and other nuts. If anyone can tell me anything else I can implement and at what times that would be grand.

    Thanks a lot guys.

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    mivec
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    RE: Cirtique required 2006/07/13 10:39:51 (permalink)
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    Are you saying lose the whey at 22.00 and add a healthy fat / solid protein food or lose the whey overall throughout the day? The whey amount is pretty much straight from this guide http://www.muscletalk.co.uk/losing-fat.asp .

    Once again thanks for the help.
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    RE: Cirtique required 2006/07/13 11:36:48 (permalink)
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    No, just lose the whey at 22.00.
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