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2007/06/07 23:30:05 (permalink)

Lean Mass diet!

Hi guys, I'v been following the posts on this website for months now, but not really done much posting. Anyway, Im 19 years old, about 5ft6 (pretty short) and weigh approximately 69kg's. Anyway, I have quite a good frame starting to shape and am looking to carry on adding size, but it must be lean, dont want to go too bulky, plus the summer is coming up!!!

Anyway, here is my exact diet from today and I would like to hear and comments/suggestions, however harsh they may be!

8am - Portion of oats so simple, a protein shake and a banana.

10:30am - A tuna, low calorie mayo and sweetcorn wholemeal baguette and an apple.

1:30pm - Tuna, pasta and sweetcorn with a small amount of low calorie mayo.

4pm - A cheese and ham toasted sandwich on wholemeal bread and an orange.

5:45pm - TRAINED

7pm - Protein Shake

8pm - Fresh chicken fillet cooked on the George Foreman with vegetables (A mix of carotts, peas, sweetcorn).

10:15pm - 3 egg whites cooked in a frying pan (no oil or anything) on 1 slice of wholemeal bread.

11pm - BED!!!

Now I know that the cheese and ham toastie could be removed and replaced with something a bit more beneficial - i.e. could have been chicken and cheese - but that was a spair of the moment thing! I know maybe a little bit too much bread. But I'l let you more experienced guys let me know what you think.

Been training about 2 years now. Starting to see some proper gains and will post some pictures up soon.

Thanks for reading!

Mike


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    RE: Lean Mass diet! 2007/06/08 00:03:41 (permalink)
    Ok mike.

    you have no good fats in your diet (efa,s)
    you should balance your meals out 35% protein 45%carbs(complex)20%fats
    All main meals should have fats(efa,s)
    look in the diet section for examples.
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    RE: Lean Mass diet! 2007/06/08 00:22:50 (permalink)
    All main meals should have fats(efa,s)


    why?
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    RE: Lean Mass diet! 2007/06/08 00:24:39 (permalink)
    Post portion sizes mate.
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    RE: Lean Mass diet! 2007/06/08 08:53:51 (permalink)
    you should balance your meals out 35% protein 45%carbs(complex)20%fats


    why?
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    RE: Lean Mass diet! 2007/06/08 11:44:51 (permalink)

    ORIGINAL: mwbnet

    Hi guys, I'v been following the posts on this website for months now, but not really done much posting. Anyway, Im 19 years old, about 5ft6 (pretty short) and weigh approximately 69kg's. Anyway, I have quite a good frame starting to shape and am looking to carry on adding size, but it must be lean, dont want to go too bulky, plus the summer is coming up!!!

    Anyway, here is my exact diet from today and I would like to hear and comments/suggestions, however harsh they may be!

    8am - Portion of oats so simple, a protein shake and a banana. (USE RAW OATS INSTEAD OF PACKET STUFF)

    10:30am - A tuna, low calorie mayo and sweetcorn wholemeal baguette and an apple. (ADD SOME MORE VEG)

    1:30pm - Tuna, pasta and sweetcorn with a small amount of low calorie mayo.(ADD SOME MORE VEG)

    4pm - A cheese and ham toasted sandwich on wholemeal bread and an orange.

    5:45pm - TRAINED

    7pm - Protein Shake (WHAT'S IN THE SHAKE? NEED CARBS PWO)

    8pm - Fresh chicken fillet cooked on the George Foreman with vegetables (A mix of carotts, peas, sweetcorn). (AS YOUR PPWO MEAL ADD CARBS, WHOLEMEAL RICE/PASTA FOR EXAMPLE)

    10:15pm - 3 egg whites cooked in a frying pan (no oil or anything) on 1 slice of wholemeal bread.(DROP BREAD UP PROTEIN AND ADD EFA'S)

    11pm - BED!!!

    Now I know that the cheese and ham toastie could be removed and replaced with something a bit more beneficial - i.e. could have been chicken and cheese - but that was a spair of the moment thing! I know maybe a little bit too much bread. But I'l let you more experienced guys let me know what you think.

    Been training about 2 years now. Starting to see some proper gains and will post some pictures up soon.

    Thanks for reading!

    Mike




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    mwbnet
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    RE: Lean Mass diet! 2007/06/08 12:15:16 (permalink)
    Ok, so would it be a good idea do add maybe a serving of flaxssed oil to my diet each day? I was taking cod liver oil tablets on a regular basis but after reading that article about EFA's I see that they do not have very high levels of what I need.

    Thanks - Mike
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    RE: Lean Mass diet! 2007/06/08 12:23:30 (permalink)
    Cod liver oils are more of a vitamin supplement.

    Flax oil caps are on sale at Holland & Barrett at the moment.
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    RE: Lean Mass diet! 2007/06/08 16:04:53 (permalink)
    I dont see why efas are required every meal

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    RE: Lean Mass diet! 2007/06/08 20:37:02 (permalink)
    ORIGINAL: cliff_vtr

    I dont see why efas are required every meal

    They aren't necessarily, but they help keep insulin levels that bit steadier.

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    RE: Lean Mass diet! 2007/06/08 20:45:44 (permalink)

    ORIGINAL: OoOGazOoO

    Cod liver oils are more of a vitamin supplement.

    Flax oil caps are on sale at Holland & Barrett at the moment.



    Iv got H&B flax oil in a dark bottle> Is that fine as well?
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    RE: Lean Mass diet! 2007/06/08 20:50:55 (permalink)
    H&B isn't usually the best, how much was the bottle (and how big is it?)?
    Keep it refridgerated.

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    RE: Lean Mass diet! 2007/06/09 05:42:26 (permalink)
    Add some carbs in your PWO shake and PPWO.
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    RE: Lean Mass diet! 2007/06/09 10:23:23 (permalink)

    ORIGINAL: jackpot


    ORIGINAL: OoOGazOoO

    Cod liver oils are more of a vitamin supplement.

    Flax oil caps are on sale at Holland & Barrett at the moment.



    Iv got H&B flax oil in a dark bottle> Is that fine as well?



    There have been some problems with the quality of the H&B stuff to be honest, how is it taste-wise? ? ?
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    RE: Lean Mass diet! 2007/06/09 18:09:12 (permalink)

    ORIGINAL: 1ManRiot

    H&B isn't usually the best, how much was the bottle (and how big is it?)?
    Keep it refridgerated.



    500ml the pic is in the link below. Cant rememebr the price, I bought it some time ago.

    Why does it have to be refrigerated? Can I just store it in a cool dry place ?

    http://www.hollandandbarrett.com/pages/product_detail.asp?pid=448&xs=213C0A4394C24E34A578CEA191A9C54D
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    RE: Lean Mass diet! 2007/06/09 18:10:55 (permalink)

    ORIGINAL: OoOGazOoO


    ORIGINAL: jackpot


    ORIGINAL: OoOGazOoO

    Cod liver oils are more of a vitamin supplement.

    Flax oil caps are on sale at Holland & Barrett at the moment.



    Iv got H&B flax oil in a dark bottle> Is that fine as well?



    There have been some problems with the quality of the H&B stuff to be honest, how is it taste-wise? ? ?




    I don’t know about the taste because it’s the first bottle Iv ever bought and haven’t had any other flax supplements, only real seeds.

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    RE: Lean Mass diet! 2007/06/09 18:12:52 (permalink)
    try the one from sainsburys or go to savant

    no probs with either of these

    H and B as gaz says are hit and miss

    i have had 1 out of 4 appx which have been ok from H and B
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    RE: Lean Mass diet! 2007/06/09 18:57:09 (permalink)
    ORIGINAL: jackpot
    I don’t know about the taste because it’s the first bottle Iv ever bought and haven’t had any other flax supplements, only real seeds.
    If the flaxseed oil tastes nutty or a bit like tea, it's fine. If it tastes bitter, it's only fit for varnishing something or mixing with putty so take it back and get a refund.

    If you don't keep an opened bottle of flaxseed oil refrigerated, it oxidises (goes rancid) a lot faster. Rancid oil is no good for you and tastes bitter.
    post edited by Nigeepoo - 2007/06/09 18:59:04
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    RE: Lean Mass diet! 2007/06/09 19:12:18 (permalink)
    If the flaxseed oil tastes nutty or a bit like tea, it's fine. If it tastes bitter, it's only fit for varnishing something or mixing with putty so take it back and get a refund.


    I bought my first flaxseed oil bottle from H&B last month and as it was the first time i've had it i thought tasting bitter was what it was meant to taste like.

    I have more than half the bottle left so i don't want to waste it. Do you think i can carry on drinking it, and would i still get the benefits of flax oil with this bottle?
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    RE: Lean Mass diet! 2007/06/09 19:56:51 (permalink)
    ORIGINAL: mo041
    I bought my first flaxseed oil bottle from H&B last month and as it was the first time i've had it i thought tasting bitter was what it was meant to taste like.

    I have more than half the bottle left so i don't want to waste it. Do you think i can carry on drinking it, and would i still get the benefits of flax oil with this bottle?
    How bitter is the taste? If it's only slightly bitter, it may still have some health benefits. If it's extremely bitter, it's almost certainly more health-damaging than beneficial. It's too late to take the bottle back for a refund, so varnishing a table/cricket bat/window frames or softening some putty are your two best options.
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