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2006/07/19 14:57:11 (permalink)
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does my cutting diet look ok?

im 6ft4" tall 15stone5lbs stats biceps 16.3" chest 43" waist 37", im looking to get around the 34" waist mark. this is my propossed diet.

9:00 45mins cardio

9:30 protein shake

10:00 8eggs with mushrooms and onions mixed with 1 tin tuna

11:00 small bowl of oats

12:00pm train

1:30 pwo banana and shake

2:00 2tins tuna and 1 small potatoe, low fat yogurt

4:30 salmon steak large portion broccolie

7:00 large chicken breast 50grams basmati rice and veg and 1 handfull of hazlenuts

10:00 6egg whites 1 yolk with onions and peppers, 1scoop whey in water

11:30 before bed 1 scoop whey in water and half a tub of cottage cheese

plus during the day 4 litres water and 2000mg vit c and some fruit
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    RE: does my cutting diet look ok? 2006/07/19 17:20:05 (permalink)
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    Why are you having a protein shake 15 mins before finishing morning cardio? ? ?

    8 eggs or egg whites? ? ?

    11am meal is incomplete.

    PWO 'shake' whats in it? ? ? how much? ? ?

    10pm meal wont provide a lot else apart from a few grams of fat and most protein, up the fat here.

    11.30pm lose the whey before bed replace with solid protein or casein blend. Add healthy fats here too. Could go with just the cottage cheese if you wanted to.
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    RE: does my cutting diet look ok? 2006/07/19 17:23:56 (permalink)
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    right sorry my mistake its a whey in water after the 45mins cardio i wrote the time wrong, and its 8 egg whites 1 yolk, what would u suggest adding with the 11:00am meal. the pwo shake will have 50grams of dextrose an 30grams protein.
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    RE: does my cutting diet look ok? 2006/07/19 17:25:55 (permalink)
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    11am meal just add some solid protein.
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    RE: does my cutting diet look ok? 2006/07/19 18:44:02 (permalink)
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    You need to try and contain all your carbs from between 7.30-8,and consume NO carbs whatso ever after 4.00,that way the calories you will burn will be from fats and not stored up carbs
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    RE: does my cutting diet look ok? 2006/07/19 18:46:59 (permalink)
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    ORIGINAL: shandorube

    You need to try and contain all your carbs from between 7.30-8,and consume NO carbs whatso ever after 4.00,that way the calories you will burn will be from fats and not stored up carbs


    Thats not good advice.

    What if he trains at 7pm? ? ?

    There is no cut off for carbs.
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    RE: does my cutting diet look ok? 2006/07/20 01:04:13 (permalink)
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    thats made me even more confused now!!! so does the carb timings ive got seem ok, as said in my diet plan i train at 12:00 afternoon.
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    RE: does my cutting diet look ok? 2006/07/20 09:17:49 (permalink)
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    Yes, as my original comments state.

    I dont agree with the comments provided by shandorube.
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    RE: does my cutting diet look ok? 2006/07/20 09:29:46 (permalink)
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    generally the advice is not to eat carbs late at night as they are not going to be burned off whilst you are sleeping and are more likely to be laid down as fat. For the average person following a cutting plan you still need carbs to train and refuel afterwards. Generally trying to keep the majority of carb intake to the morning and certainly before late afternoon is best for fat loss.

    I am currently cutting and eat my evening postwork out meal at around 7.30pm and it contains carbs and protein in a 1:2 ratio. My final meal is half a tub of cottage cheese before bed which contains a very small amount of carbs. This has been working well for me but closer to comp time I will probably eliminate the carbs completely in the final meals.
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    RE: does my cutting diet look ok? 2006/07/20 12:00:12 (permalink)
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    Yes but if you look at the advice given by myself above, with the rest of his diet taken into consideration, along with training times, etc... the changes are fine.
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    RE: does my cutting diet look ok? 2006/07/20 15:40:28 (permalink)
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    i'd move the 11 meal to 10 am and make it a large bowl, your goning to be dead doing 45mins cardio and then 3 hours later doing weights with only a small bowl of oats for carbs
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