Recomposition/Lean Bulk Diet Ideas (please chime in)

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    Recomposition/Lean Bulk Diet Ideas (please chime in)


    My stats are:
    Age 21
    6'0 - 185lbs.
    B/F ~ 12-13%

    Meal 1
    2 scoops of Whey, 1 cup dry oats -> Blended

    Meal 2/Pre-WO
    2 scoops of Whey, 1 non-fat yogurt, 1 Banana -> Blended

    Meal 3/Post-WO

    3 scoops of Whey, 1 cup dry oats, 1 non-fat yogurt -> Blended

    Meal 4
    2 cans of tuna, 1 tbsp. Mayo, 4 slices of wheat bran bread

    Meal 5

    1 can chicken, 1 baked potato

    Meal 6
    5 egg whites, 1 cup cottage cheese, 1 tbsp. flax seed oil

    Totals according to Fit-Day:

    Protein - 385 g
    Carbs - 290 g
    Fat - 56 g

    Calories ~ 3,233

    Ratio = 50/34/16

    Current supplements include:
    Super Cissus Rx - Shoulder Tendonitits
    Kre-Alkalyn
    Multi.
    Powerfull - At night only for sleep aid.
    Liv. 52 - Just to be healthy.

    P.S. This is just kind of a rough draft so I am willing to consider all ideas and opinions on my diet...

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    Two things:
    1. Too much whey; use more whole food sources
    2. No vegetables
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    alright thanks Rodja. the only reason there is so much whey is that it is just more affordable right now for me as I am a full-time college student, and athlete. Also isn't a potato a vegetable or am i wrong? too me fish are vegetables with gills, and I have a lot of tuna.
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    Quote Originally Posted by manifesto View Post
    alright thanks Rodja. the only reason there is so much whey is that it is just more affordable right now for me as I am a full-time college student, and athlete.
    As am I, but using one primary source of protein is a bad idea. I shoot for 5 different proteins throughout the day with the majority coming from egg, whey, casein, turkey, and beef/tuna. None of these are expensive and take little time to prepare.
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    too much whey will have your colon upset at you the next day. I've tried a diet like this, and over 100g from whey is to much. Tuna in a can is decent, and I completely understand your college situation.
  

  
 

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