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Kieran Can
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2009/07/25 14:20:32 (permalink)
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Diet

Diet as follows.
8.00 5 egg whites, 40g protein shake
11.00 1/2 wrap, 2 slices turkey 1 slice ham, 1/2 tin tuna, apple
2.00 same as above with different fruit. eg banana
5.00 225gcottage cheese with yoghurt
6.00 scoop x plode
7.00 training
9.00 either prawns /chicken breasts/salmon/steak etc with veg
11.00 protein shake
 
Want to get a lean bulking diet. In fairly good shape but carry on the stomach area, 15.10 6.1 100kg. Any one got any ideas
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    All4n
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    Re:Diet 2009/07/25 14:42:58 (permalink)
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    Yes, start again, diet had many flaws.

    Why no carbs at 8am? Overboard on protein also.

    Sliced turkey and ham? Won't be much protein per slice. Pre packaged stuff is awful also, avoid it.

    Why no carbs preworkout?

    Why no carbs postworkout?

    Why no healthy fats?

    How do you expect to gain with minimal fuel sources provided? Do you expect to gain from protein only? Use protein to repair/build and carbs/fats to provide energy and act as catalysts to anabolic/anti-catabolic processes.
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    Re:Diet 2009/07/25 14:56:31 (permalink)
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    Thanks for the advice mate,
    Would porridge in the morning and maybe some fruit or potato pre training be okay, I want to gain but want a very lean gain as i look very big, where can i get fats from. If i am hungry i eat small amounts of nuts or penut butter for snack. Would this be okay for fats. I appreciate the good advice. Addicted at this stage
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    Re:Diet 2009/07/25 15:56:59 (permalink)
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    Keeping lean is about eating the right amount of cals and doing enough exercise. It's not about eating as little carbs/fats as possible. You still need a good ratio of pro/carb/fat which is suited to your bodytype/metabolism, you just adjust calorie intake to suit your needs.

    Yeah oats is a good carb source, add it to breakfast. Drop the protein down though to either the shake or the egg whites, no need for both. Nothing wrong with whole eggs either by the way.

    Sweet potato is a good carb source, use it post training. Pre training for convenience could add some oat cakes to your cottage cheese/yogurt or oats again.

    Nuts are a good source of fats yes, but try to vary it so you could try oily fish, fish oils, nut oils/butters, extra virgin olive oil.

    Cottage cheese prebed would be better than a protein shake unless your protein is casein based.
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