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2008/05/18 00:06:15 (permalink)
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How does this Diet Look?

Goal is to lower bodyfat % and retain/add muscle mass

Am about to be off for study leave so will be getting up later.
10 am - Get up - Protein shake
11 am - Wheatabix
12pm - workout - protein shake
1 pm - 2 Chicken/ham rolls (white bread ok?)
3pm - potato tuna mayo, with onlions and swetcon.
6pm evening meal (usually potato's, vegetables and chicken/pork/other meat
9pm - some more tuna mayo

Is wheatabix the only good morning cereal?
Is ham a good source of protein?
What over good proetins spurces could there be to replace the tuna?

Any help would be great thanks
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    jw8725
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    RE: How does this Diet Look? 2008/05/18 01:36:44 (permalink)
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    how does it look? Looks crap of course.

    Please read the articles section for a decent diet plan
    post edited by jw8725 - 2008/05/18 01:37:03
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    RE: How does this Diet Look? 2008/05/18 07:10:17 (permalink)
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    ORIGINAL: jw8725

    how does it look? Looks crap of course.

    Please read the articles section for a decent diet plan


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    RE: How does this Diet Look? 2008/05/18 09:09:23 (permalink)
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    ORIGINAL: jw8725
    how does it look? Looks crap of course.

    Please read the articles section for a decent diet plan

    How about you link him into the articles then you rude SOB

    Wood66, it looks ok but it could be better, can you tell me your stats and pick a goal please that you want to achieve. If you want to drop fat and add muscle youre gonna be doing it a long time and may get disheartened by lack of obvious progress

    can you also keep it to one thread please
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    RE: How does this Diet Look? 2008/05/18 10:52:18 (permalink)
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    looks better than mine tbh.

    weetabix is ok, as are oats, oatibix, shredded wheat, bran flakes, etc...
    do you mean the mechanically refined ham in packets? Not really the best choice mate. Get a proper gammon steak.
    My favourite protein sources are chicken, beef, steak, duck, eggs, tune, salmon, mackerel, scallops, prawns, lamb and veal.
    few suggestion:
    10 am - Get up - Protein shake

    11 am - Wheatabix

    12pm - workout - protein shake

    1 pm - 2 Chicken/ham rolls Just have the one roll, make it granary and have salad with it

    3pm - sweet potato, tuna low fat mayo, with onlions and swetcon.

    6pm evening meal (usually potato's, vegetables and chicken/pork/other meat- keep portion size in check

    9pm - some more tuna mayo- use low fat mayo and have some veg and healthy fat here too
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    RE: How does this Diet Look? 2008/05/18 12:43:41 (permalink)
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    ORIGINAL: theiopener

    ORIGINAL: jw8725
    how does it look? Looks crap of course.

    Please read the articles section for a decent diet plan

    How about you link him into the articles then you rude SOB

    Wood66, it looks ok but it could be better, can you tell me your stats and pick a goal please that you want to achieve. If you want to drop fat and add muscle youre gonna be doing it a long time and may get disheartened by lack of obvious progress

    can you also keep it to one thread please

    true

    ok click here Mr OP

    www.mealplansite.com

    was too late for me last night to think i guess
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    RE: How does this Diet Look? 2008/05/18 17:10:25 (permalink)
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    Cheers Iopener, fraser
    Im 18 about 5ft 10 and 90 kgs
    My overall since i started training was to add muscle mass. However since i gained weight and body fat% during my 6months without exercise my goal now would be too drop the body fat% while retaining current muscle.
    Any more help would be great thanks
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    RE: How does this Diet Look? 2008/05/18 17:50:05 (permalink)
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    I used the meal plan site, and have tried to tailor it to what i could achieve.

    Wake 10am

    10am 1 scoop whey protein in water

    10:30 Breakfast 1-2 slices granary bread + olive oil-based spread
    3 egg whites + 1 egg yolk scrambled [Egg-white omlettes]
    200ml skimmed milk
    100ml orange juice

    12pm 100-150g chicken breast
    2 oatcakes
    Apple [banana, orange]

    1:30pm Tuna mayo (light mayo and not too much)(without potatoes) (100g) [Salmon, prawn ... with wholegrain rice?)
    ½ small chicken breast (60g) [ Maybe interchange the chicken and ]
    1-2 slices granary bread + olive oil based spread [ granary bread with granary bread ham roll?]
    Huge salad

    3:00pm (45 min pre-workout) 80g chicken breast
    1 oatcake

    TRAIN (3:45)
    Immediately post workout 2 scoops whey protein in water (about 5pm)

    7.30pm Evening meal - like i said meat with potatoes and vegetables (keep the size of the meal down)

    10.00pm Tuna mayo (light mayo and not too much) onions and sweetcorn. (without potatoes)
    11.30pm 200g cottage cheese (dont know if id liek cottage cheese so may need to find alternative here) [Quark]

    In [] are foods i coudl vary instead of the stated.

    Does this diet seem much better?
    I ve been told to try to eat every 2 or 3 hours but its hard to fit these meals in with how my days seems to be.
    Would these timings be ok?
    Any other replacem,ents for the foods i stated would be much appreciated too.
    Thanks for any Help.
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    RE: How does this Diet Look? 2008/05/18 18:12:08 (permalink)
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    ORIGINAL: wood66

    I used the meal plan site, and have tried to tailor it to what i could achieve.

    Wake 10am

    10am 1 scoop whey protein in water

    10:30 Breakfast 1-2 slices granary bread + olive oil-based spread
    3 egg whites + 1 egg yolk scrambled [Egg-white omlettes]
    200ml skimmed milk
    100ml orange juice

    12pm 100-150g chicken breast
    2 oatcakes
    Apple [banana, orange]

    1:30pm Tuna mayo (light mayo and not too much)(without potatoes) (100g) [Salmon, prawn ... with wholegrain rice?)
    ½ small chicken breast (60g) [ Maybe interchange the chicken and ]
    1-2 slices granary bread + olive oil based spread [ granary bread with granary bread ham roll?]
    Huge salad

    3:00pm (45 min pre-workout) 80g chicken breast
    1 oatcake

    TRAIN (3:45)
    Immediately post workout 2 scoops whey protein in water (about 5pm)

    7.30pm Evening meal - like i said meat with potatoes and vegetables (keep the size of the meal down)

    10.00pm Tuna mayo (light mayo and not too much) onions and sweetcorn. (without potatoes)
    11.30pm 200g cottage cheese (dont know if id liek cottage cheese so may need to find alternative here) [Quark]

    In [] are foods i coudl vary instead of the stated.

    Does this diet seem much better?
    I ve been told to try to eat every 2 or 3 hours but its hard to fit these meals in with how my days seems to be.
    Would these timings be ok?
    Any other replacem,ents for the foods i stated would be much appreciated too.
    Thanks for any Help.


    quick observations:
    you need some omega 3's

    why the protein shake on waking up fella? Body's just gonna break it down and use it for fuel instead. Get some carbs down you when you wake up first. I keep my protein shakes for post work out when protein is needed in a hurry.

    Consider salmon instead of tuna. It tastes better and wont give you mercury poisoning. What about chicken instead of ham? Digests quicker. Not sure how lean yer ham is.

    What about some chick peas or lentils instead of the sweet corn?

    How comes I never got a cheers too for helping with the link you bully
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    RE: How does this Diet Look? 2008/05/19 13:12:34 (permalink)
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    Thanks for the link and the advice man.
    I think i will try some salmon out. The tinned stuff ok?
    I would eata ll the chicken in the world as i love it. However im still living at home and cant see my dad being too pleased with the amount of chicken i want as it is lol

    Other than that would sticking as closely as i can to this diet help me achieve my goal?
    Thanks for any help
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