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2006/07/11 13:18:45 (permalink)

Diet

I have been training with free weights for about a year now but have only started taking my diet a bit more seriously recently. I am looking for general size and strength gains and to keep fairly lean also. I weigh 12 stone and am 5"10.

My current diet:

0800 Get up and have bowl of fruit and fibre cereal and 30g whey, +(3 eggwhites and 1 yolk if I have time)

1030 Cup of green tea, item of fruit and pint of skimmed milk.

1300 1 whole tin of tuna with four slices of white bread.

1700 1 tin of sardines and item of fruit

1900 Have dinner with family, usually decent portion of meat or chicken, white fish once or twice a week

2030 Train at the gym (2 to 3 times a week). 30g of whey post workout

2300 Usually more cereal or possibly sandwiches with 30g of whey before bed.



Also, I have just completed my loading phase of my creatine so am currently on roughly 5g per day, I am still slightly unsure when the best time is to take this supplement I have read so many different theorys.

Also considering purchasing a tub of glutamine, don't want to spend too much on supplements though.

Any advice would be most appreciated.
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    OoOGazOoO
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    RE: Diet 2006/07/11 13:24:24 (permalink)
    Too much whey.

    Not enough protein.

    Lack of EFA's.

    No sign of PPWO.

    Have a look at the sample diet in this bulking article http://www.muscletalk.co.uk/article-mass-gaining.asp
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    RE: Diet 2006/07/11 14:39:31 (permalink)
    I never knew anything about a PPWO so cheers for that. As for the EFAs, they are the omegas 3 and 6 I take it, im fairly sure there's plenty of them in a sardines, I think they're also found in eggs, mayonnaise and margarine. Cheers for the link also.
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