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2009/07/23 14:48:36 (permalink)

please cast an eye over and give your opion please

Right to cut a long story short and some back ground used to train got to 17st 10 lbs and not carring too much fat, Pictures in my progress log, stopped training dropped down weight and size, I was 15 st 10 lbs, 6 weeks ago started back training and i started eating regular, my weight went from 15st 10 lbs to what it is today 16st 7lbs and i have bulked up quite nicley, now i want to keep gaining  BUT i dont want to load on too much and end up carring lots of fat, so i decided to cut all complex carbs from my diet after 4 oclock feed
and just eat veg ?
My diet at this time is as follows but i do swap meat to fish and to chicken as well so i get protein from differant sorces
 
Breakfast
1/2 cup porridge oats 1 1/2 cups semi skimmed milk and spoon full of honey, 250g quark 1/2 tin of condensed milk and a splash of semi skimmed, 1 scoop of MP whey,
 
Mid morning
300g cottage cheeze 3 slices of whole meal bread with tea spoon of peanut butter on each, 3 hard boiled eggs
 
Lunch
100g (dry weight )pasta two tins of tuna table spoon of low fat mayo, couple bits of fruit,
 
mid afternoon
2 scoops of fine ground oats, 2 scoops of MP whey and 300ml semi skimmed milk, couple bannans
 
Dinner
200g chicken 1 pepper 2 courgetts 2 corn on the cob ( not ever day but differant veg) 
 
pre bed
1/2 tin of condensed milk 1 scoop MP whey 250g quark topped of with some milk,
 
As i weight 16 st 7 lbs i am try to get 50-60 grams of protin in with each meal so that 300g + protein per day,
What do you think and where could i make it better please bare in mind i dont want to gain loads of fat    
 
 
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    theiopener
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    Re:please cast an eye over and give your opion please 2009/07/23 18:26:50 (permalink)
    Condensed milk? Scrap that off, thats nothing but concentrated liquid sugar.

    Drop the PB as you have enough fat from the eggs.

    Lunch, drop the fruit and add in fibrous veg.

    Also, do some cardio.
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    Re:please cast an eye over and give your opion please 2009/07/23 19:08:50 (permalink)
    What veg tastes ok cold ??? as i dont have acess to heat it up, being a builder hardly in the same place, and no cooker
    Still eat the bread ?
    being an old git i dont like running, would cycling be ok, should i do cardio on non training days, how often ? 
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    Re:please cast an eye over and give your opion please 2009/07/23 19:15:28 (permalink)
    Make a salad or put some salad fixings in your bread.

    Cycling is fine. I would start off with non training days. Min 3 times a week, half an hour at a time.
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    Re:please cast an eye over and give your opion please 2009/07/23 20:14:14 (permalink)
    Agree about sacking off the condensed milk.  So so much sugar in that.

    As for veg at lunch that you can eat cold - yes salad is an option - or if you want something a bit more substantial, I would recommend stir fried veg with a dash of soy sauce (or oyster or black bean).  Really nice cold, I eat it all the time.  You could make a big wok full and keep in the fridge, will do you for 3 days.
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