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Origin test done, new diet help

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2005/07/24 19:54:58 (permalink)

Origin test done, new diet help

I did the origin test last week and just want to know how this diet looks.
Ok my maitanace cals are 2750, im looking to lose wieght so im shoting for around 2250 daily.
Acording to the test i need 250g protien, 180g carbs and the rest from fat. Heres my diet

7am- 40g whey in water
730am- 2 wholewheat toast, 4 egg whites 1 whole & tinned tomatoes

1030am- 20g whey, 50g oats, 1 bannana blended into a shake, tbls udos oil

1130- Training

1230- 40g whey

1330- 1 tin of tuna, 1 baked spud (50g carbs), 1 tbls udos oil

1630- omelette 3 whites 1 whole +mussrooms + peppers & 1 apple

1930- 125g chicken, peppers, spinich stir fry.

2230- 40g whey, tbls udos oil

Any help apreciated

No that isnt my back, it belongs to my bro, the aptly named Mr Freaky
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    ToxicToffee
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    RE: Origin test done, new diet help 2005/07/24 20:15:58 (permalink)
    16:30 looks low on protein compared to others
    again too low on protein at 10:30 compared to breakfast meal where you have appx 55g of protein

    rest looks ok
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    mass quest
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    RE: Origin test done, new diet help 2005/07/24 21:16:32 (permalink)
    I would add some simple carbs to the PWO shake.
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    ToxicToffee
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    RE: Origin test done, new diet help 2005/07/24 21:23:08 (permalink)
    not for me mate, leave it whey only, halt catabolism but allow lipolysis to be extended through to PPWO where lower GI/II quality carbs are taken in and avoid the simply sugars PWO
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    RE: Origin test done, new diet help 2005/07/24 22:29:57 (permalink)
    Any where in manchester doing the origin test this week? Would love to get it done! im working here for a week, then back to wales where nothing happens
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    JohnOvManchester
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    RE: Origin test done, new diet help 2005/07/24 23:50:34 (permalink)
    There is a guy, but he doesn't know as much as kevin.
    I had some questions he couldn't answer, didn't end up getting it done mainly because of that.
    I never got a straight responce, it was something to do with HIIT cardio and fat burn cardio as origin advise.
    A guy came on here called liverpool steve I think it was who was saying the fat burn zone stuff doesn't burn as much fat as if you did HIIT.

    The main benifit of the HIIT was the energy mainly from fat burned *after* the actual gym work.
    He said you would burn more *total* fat overall rather than just the small amount of fat burned while exercising in the fat burn zone recommended by origin.

    Like I said, I got no answer so I thought whats the point in knowing you fat bump zone if HIIT does it better etc etc.
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