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2011/04/07 20:11:00 (permalink)
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High fat foods/meals

My goals are currently mass gain but in an effort to help support my wifes goals of fat loss I'm going to be partaking in a TKD along side her SKD.
 
I've just got to page 130 something of lyle mcdonalds ketogenic diet. It's a fantastic read but lacks food/meal options. Really recommend this to anyone thinking of doing some form of keto diet. Loads of references to back up what's being said if you want to go in to more depth, but I honestly can't see you needing to.
 
Following his figures I've figured i need 30g carbs, 150g protein (first 3 weeks) then 145g there after, 140g fat.
 
My wife would need 30g carbs, 150g protein (first 3 weeks), then 110g thereafter, 123g fat. I'll be monitroing progress and maybe able to introduce more carbs but will start with the lowest (easily achievable amount).
 
I'm struggling to figure out high fat foods/meals. I'm allergic to fish and my wife is a veggie (just to be really fricking helpful).
 
So far for me I've got
3 eggs, 30ml double cream, 50g cheese. 47g fat, 33g protein
50g nuts. 24g fat, 12g protein
4oz chicken breast, 2 tbsp olive oil, 50g mixed salad. 12g fat, 31g protein
2 eggs, 30ml double cream, 50g cheese, 42g fat, 27g protein
4oz sirloin, 2 tbsp olive oil, 50g broccoli, 1 carrot (basically 2 small portions of veg).  15g fat, 32g protein.
 
I'll be doing eight 30min walks to catch a lift to work, weights 3 times a week. Pre-workout will be 2 slices of seeded bread. Post workout will be 20g malto, 25g whey isolate.
 
It's just enough fat but only as I've pretty much doubled my egg and cream intake. How's this looking so far? Any ideas I've missed?
 
Cheers guys and girls
 
PS. I've had a search on here under keto, keto diet, keto plans, keto meals. But am unable to find any other suggestions.
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    Lucky_jim
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    Re:High fat foods/meals 2011/04/09 21:21:23 (permalink)
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    personally not a fan of what your doing - however i would add more green plus your diet has got absolutely sod omega three in it. you really need to balance those fats out 
     
    invest in some very good quality flax oil and flax meal (for the added fibre)....i assuming to your allergic to fish oil otherwise id some of that as well
     
    id add more carbs post work out
     
    good luck with it
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    Re:High fat foods/meals 2011/04/09 22:21:01 (permalink)
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    Diets been refined somewhat.

    I love eggs, cream, cheese but together oh my god. I felt sick for like 3hrs.

    Yes allergic to fish but omega 3 capsules I'm fine with. Go figure.

    Currently taking omega 3 and flax seed oil capsules. Also having walnut oil and olive oil.

    Now it looks a bit like this

    As soon as i wake. 25g whey isolate, 1g omega 3, 500mg flax seed oil.
    3eggs, 25g nuts, couple slices ham or turkey
    8oz chicken, tbsp or two walnut oil, 100g green veg, small amount of reggae sauce
    Pre workout. Carbs (amount will be played around with to see what works)
    Post workout. 25g whey isolate, 1g omega 3, 500mg flaxseed oil
    Again carbs but will play with amount
    8oz red meat, 100g salad, tbsp or two of olive oil, bit of salt
    Before bed. 25g milk protein, 1g omega 3, 500mg flaxseed oil.

    I'm finding this works quite nicely (able to eat wise), not sure if it's working but still early days. Managed This today without much trouble.
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    Re:High fat foods/meals 2011/04/09 23:12:48 (permalink)
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    Peanut butter, Avocado's, Flaxeed, Olive Oil.
     
    Personally, i would not be having heavy dairy like doublecream in my diet, its not a very "clean" option. But i'm not a Keto expert - they might recommend this.
    Papa Lazarou has a Dave Palumbo Keto diet Q's Thread which you might find interesting.
     
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    Re:High fat foods/meals 2011/04/10 08:39:01 (permalink)
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    Yeah I've been reading through it gradually. There's a lot to get though, especially after reading 323 pages of lyles book lol.

    I'm laying off the "dirty" fats as much as I can and trying to increase oils, seeds and nuts more.

    I'll run the one above and see how that goes.
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    Re:High fat foods/meals 2011/04/12 17:37:48 (permalink)
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    I would introduce more monosaturated fats into your diet vs relying on cream. Add in things like Olives, Avocado, and Oily fish into the Mix.
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    Re:High fat foods/meals 2011/04/12 18:00:48 (permalink)
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    I've resorted to the dave palumbo version.

    My wife's got all the above in her version though.
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