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Keto diet plan - help.

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2011/03/22 11:24:58 (permalink)

Keto diet plan - help.

I weigh around 196lbs, possibly less now, I'm a week into a cut but have read the DP keto diet thread and decided that I think that is the way to go.
 
Following the diet for a 195lb male this is what I should have each day:
195lb male   
Meal #1: 5 whole eggs.   
Meal #2: 50g whey with 1.5 tablespoon natural peanut butter.  
Meal #3: 8oz chicken breast and15g Cashew nuts.  
Meal #4: 50g whey with 1.5 tablespoon natural peanut butter
Meal #5: 8oz fish/steak with Broccoli/asparagus/spinach.   
Meal #6: 50g whey with 1.5 tablespoon natural peanut butter
 
My bodyfat percentage is pretty high, not sure what but here's a pic:

 
Also I am paralyzed from the chest down so will have less muscle mass etc. in my lower body and also use less muscles on a daily basis, would this make a difference to what I should eat, or should I just follow the diet for my weight regardless of body fat etc.
 
Also, the 14 day and 28 day cheat meals, is it ok to wait longer than that or perhaps a couple of days less? Simply because I want to start the diet tomorrow but obviously the weekend makes more sense for the cheat meal/carb reload?
 
Thanks, Ryan.
post edited by Ryanm8655 - 2011/03/22 11:31:12
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    Re:Keto diet plan - help. 2011/03/22 11:45:05 (permalink)
    Oh and this may be of interest regarding BMR and paralysis:

    Based on Lean Mass

    While some equations use total body weight, the two provided here are based on lean mass. If two people weigh the same, but one has low body fat with tons of muscle - but the other has high fat with almost no muscle, who will burn more calories at rest?
     
    The term "tone" refers to the fact that trained muscles constantly contract to prepare themselves for anticipated work. So when the muscles become firm and hard, it is due to mini-contractions taking place constantly (a paralyzed muscle, no matter how large, will become flaccid). These mini-contractions burn a significant amount of calories, even at rest, and this is why it is important to increase lean mass when your goal is the reduction of body fat.
     
    This is my source:
    http://www.naturalphysiques.com/tools.php?itemid=20
     
    That is also my excuse for having a big belly lol!
    post edited by Ryanm8655 - 2011/03/22 11:46:50
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    Re:Keto diet plan - help. 2011/03/22 12:04:38 (permalink)
    Mate, if you have a question on the DP diet - stick it in the thread itself.
     
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    Re:Keto diet plan - help. 2011/03/22 12:09:05 (permalink)
    Ahh good shout! Will pose the above questions in there.
     
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