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2005/07/27 13:18:04 (permalink)

Need Adice On Starting New Diet Plan

Hey guys hows it going i weigh 156 lb , just after losing around 3 stone in body fat over a 6 month period of being more active and basicly not eating everyday , well i want to be healthy and start a new excersize plan and eat properly only problem is i keep getting conflicting adivce on what i should be eating , what i need is a set plan that i can stick to i have an excersize plan but i need a dietry plan , whats the point in excersizing if im just going to be eating the wrong things and making my workout void ,,,

i love vegtables but hate fish of all kinds i really cant eat it at all , i will eat mostly anything else tho ,

so rite now its 12 in the afternoon i woke up around 30 mins ago and it occured to me i have no idea what to eat for my brekfast , so if any of you guys could just lay out a plan of how many meals a day i should eat , what i should eat and when ?

i read http://www.t-nation.com/readTopic.do;jsessionid=778B2649679501BB47664F7668CA0459.hydra?id=696934

as i am a former fat boy will i need to stick to what this guy says in that article ?

if any of you guys could help it would be most apreciated
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    RE: Need Adice On Starting New Diet Plan 2005/07/27 20:39:28 (permalink)
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    RE: Need Adice On Starting New Diet Plan 2005/07/27 22:27:07 (permalink)
    my ideas include...assuming you are a bodybuilder or work out

    whey in water on waking, PWO and slow release protein at bed.

    in addition 5 other meals all based around a protein source but also including other macros.

    Protein to 1.5g per lb of target weight.

    Oily fish for good fats (try tinned mackerel in tom sauce in tesco) its good! Swap oily fish in for one protein source daily

    Minimum 5 fruit and veg per day...more is preferable and possible.

    Plan a diet to include all food groups but use portion control according to your goals

    And enjoy it...

    I use this kinda formula for all my diets...be it bulking or cutting....if Im cutting Ill have typically chicekn tuna and veg for a meal with fruit after..(protein and other macros as suggested) if Im bulking or trying to add weight....Id have the same but with brown roll and peanut butter or with pasta and a sauce.

    using portion control according to goals as per formula
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    RE: Need Adice On Starting New Diet Plan 2005/07/28 00:00:27 (permalink)
    so what about that websites plan should i jsut forget about that , it says that i cant bulk up or i will just gain fat?
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    RE: Need Adice On Starting New Diet Plan 2005/08/02 16:32:17 (permalink)
    guys im still confused on the dietry subject , i just see conflicting advice everywere i look which plan will work the best for me?
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    RE: Need Adice On Starting New Diet Plan 2005/08/02 18:01:19 (permalink)
    nick have you seen Sainsbury mackeral in SPICEY TOM sauce, its much higher protein and less cals.

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