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2017/11/29 13:29:39 (permalink)
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Rate my diet

I'm am starting to take things very serious now when it comes to to training my only thing lacking is my diet
Here is a typical day
0700
65g oats
200ml semi skimmed milk
1.5 scoops whey

1030
1 scoop oats
1 scoop whey
30g natural peanut butter
50ml semi skimmed milk

1330
150g chicken breast
100g uncle Ben's microwave rice

1700
Same

1800 train

1930
Post workout shake ( 2 scoops protein, 2 scoops maltodexterin)
3 snackajacks

2100
2 slices french toast ( 2 slices brown bread, 2 whole eggs, 50ml semi skimmed milk, 0.5 scoop whey)

I'm 90kg at the moment, not natural
Want to go for a lean bulk
Macros work out at
Calories 2530
Protein 233
Carbs 251
Fats 60

I am expecting some slating here but hopefully some useful criticism too
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    Re: Rate my diet 2017/11/29 13:40:07 (permalink)
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    You need veg

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    Re: Rate my diet 2017/11/29 13:43:06 (permalink)
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    Veg is always welcome. I would say to throw in some Omega 3's too.
     
    Are you making progress on this at present and gaining weight? 

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    Re: Rate my diet 2017/11/29 13:46:22 (permalink)
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    Very slowly, but seems to be a lot of belly fat, was thinking of changing the 1030 snack to 200g fat free fromages fraig, protein and a banana
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    Re: Rate my diet 2017/11/29 13:55:53 (permalink)
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    How much of a calorie surplus are you in ?
    post edited by stokie - 2017/11/29 13:57:59
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    Re: Rate my diet 2017/11/29 14:02:25 (permalink)
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    Can’t imagine how you’d be gaining fat on those macros @90kg and ‘not natural’?
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    Re: Rate my diet 2017/11/29 14:07:32 (permalink)
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    I have a very static 8/6 job that just involves sitting on my back side
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    Re: Rate my diet 2017/11/30 09:44:09 (permalink)
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    Bane CS
    I have a very static 8/6 job that just involves sitting on my back side



    Sounds like me... 

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    Re: Rate my diet 2017/11/30 10:30:19 (permalink)
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    And me!
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    Re: Rate my diet 2017/11/30 17:12:13 (permalink)
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    Add some fruit in there with Breakfast & later in day
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    Re: Rate my diet 2017/12/05 22:22:30 (permalink)
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    Are you actually going to listen to the advice in this thread and add fruits and veg to your diet, because it looks pretty terrible without any. Also add some flax seeds to your morning oats (like 1 table spoon)

    I do a lot of push ups and sit ups. And I drink plenty of milk.

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    Re: Rate my diet 2017/12/05 22:36:38 (permalink)
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    It also looks really boring. Whey everywhere and two chicken meals. I would want a wide array of animals. Two many meals for my likening as well.
     
    I would eat at 7am 12pm 5pm 10pm. A Shake PWO on workout days

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    Re: Rate my diet 2017/12/05 22:51:24 (permalink)
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    Flax seed to your morning shake is a good suggestion.
     
    Swap the peanut butter ( which has little, if any, health benefits) for 30g of Flaxseed which has been shown to have the same beneficial impact on BP as BP meds.
     
    Get some powered greens if you don't like veg and whack them in your shake as well. At least 15g. 
     
    Salmon/sardines/mackerel for the fish oil for an evening meal.
     
    50g of dark chocolate a day - reduces inflammation that can lead to heart disease.
     
    Get some olive oil in there as well.
     
     
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    Re: Rate my diet 2017/12/06 23:02:43 (permalink)
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    Flax seed to your morning shake is a good suggestion.
     
    Swap the peanut butter ( which has little, if any, health benefits) for 30g of Flaxseed which has been shown to have the same beneficial impact on BP as BP meds.
     
    Get some powered greens if you don't like veg and whack them in your shake as well. At least 15g. 
     
    Salmon/sardines/mackerel for the fish oil for an evening meal.
     
    50g of dark chocolate a day - reduces inflammation that can lead to heart disease.
     
    Get some olive oil in there as well.
     
     




    Peanut butter tastes godly though. and i'd commend turmeric with black pepper for the inflammation, much healthier option I think.

    I do a lot of push ups and sit ups. And I drink plenty of milk.

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    Re: Rate my diet 2017/12/06 23:45:45 (permalink)
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    5 g tumeric for gut inflammation.
     
    For whole body inflammation -  curcumin+piperine.
      
    Piperine prevents glucordination of the curcumin, which inhibits absorption.

     
    Don't underestimate the health benefits of sensible dark chocolate consumption ( It also tastes damn good)
     
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    Re: Rate my diet 2017/12/08 16:09:54 (permalink)
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    Is he inflamed? 

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    Re: Rate my diet 2017/12/08 16:18:53 (permalink)
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    Is he inflamed? 


    Everybody has inflammation in some form in this day and age due to the nature of our modern diet.

    Things like Sugar, Vegetable-Oil, Fried Foods, Refined Flour, Dairy, Artificial Sweeteners and Additives, Saturated Fats. Grain fed and processed meats, transfats and alcohol cause inflammation in the body.

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    Re: Rate my diet 2017/12/08 23:39:54 (permalink)
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    Is he inflamed? 


    Everybody has inflammation in some form in this day and age due to the nature of our modern diet.

    Things like Sugar, Vegetable-Oil, Fried Foods, Refined Flour, Dairy, Artificial Sweeteners and Additives, Saturated Fats. Grain fed and processed meats, transfats and alcohol cause inflammation in the body.



    That's why a whole foods plant based diet is best 

    I do a lot of push ups and sit ups. And I drink plenty of milk.

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    Re: Rate my diet 2017/12/09 06:29:11 (permalink)
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    Is he inflamed? 


    Everybody has inflammation in some form in this day and age due to the nature of our modern diet.

    Things like Sugar, Vegetable-Oil, Fried Foods, Refined Flour, Dairy, Artificial Sweeteners and Additives, Saturated Fats. Grain fed and processed meats, transfats and alcohol cause inflammation in the body.



    That's why a whole foods plant based diet is best 




    Yeah it's rare I eat any of the 'inflammatories' listed, I do eat a bit of butter and cottage cheese. 

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    Re: Rate my diet 2017/12/09 10:17:39 (permalink)
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    Is he inflamed? 


    Everybody has inflammation in some form in this day and age due to the nature of our modern diet.

    Things like Sugar, Vegetable-Oil, Fried Foods, Refined Flour, Dairy, Artificial Sweeteners and Additives, Saturated Fats. Grain fed and processed meats, transfats and alcohol cause inflammation in the body.



    That's why a whole foods plant based diet is best 




    Yeah it's rare I eat any of the 'inflammatories' listed, I do eat a bit of butter and cottage cheese. 



    Inflammation in the body is a completely normal process and helps fight infection and injury. Everything in moderation. Eat too much of something, then it can become systemic and chronic that it can have detrimental impacts to you.

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