I think I got it all.....just want to make sure
- 05-27-2008, 11:04 PM
I think I got it all.....just want to make sure
It seems that each time I put my diets together I always forget somthing. Thats where you guys always come in to save the day Here's this one let me know what you like/dislike/would change
1 scoop Whey Isolate
1scoop LG protein
-Not usually hungry 1st thing in the morning
3 whole eggs
16oz Skim Milk
1/4c. Brown Rice
1-2 can(s) Tuna
4-6 peics Ezikeal Bread
10oz 93/7 sground beef
1/4c. Brown Rice
4 whole eggs
1 cup FF Cottage Cheese
40-50gr Whey/Casien shake
-One higher carb meal (2 or 4) will probably be pre-workout depending on work schedule.
After a 2 or 3 weeks I'll add in this
2scoops Up your MASS
1scoop Any Whey
Once Im doing two of those a day (at about week 8 or so) I'll begin to add carbs to smaller carb meals. About week 12-14 or so I'll add in some EVOO in meals to up the cals some more.
In case your wondering Im looking to be gigantic by Oct.Serious Nutrition Solutions Representative
- 05-28-2008, 11:59 AM
15 views and nothin .....All im looking for is a "looks solid" or a "i'd drop X and add Y"Serious Nutrition Solutions Representative
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05-30-2008, 09:09 PM
It looks like you could use more healthy fats in your diet. The body needs fat to grow. I would shoot for 15% of your diet be fat. Throw in almonds and walnuts, which will also add a protein boost, not that youll need it with all the other protein youll be eating. Other than the lack of fats, it looks perfect.
05-30-2008, 09:47 PM
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05-30-2008, 11:10 PM
Hey dH2O, nice lookin' diet. I haven't eaten red meat in prob. a good 15 yrs (PUKE-O), but other than that, lookin' swell brobro. I would personally omit whole eggs (just a cholesterol source) and replace with more whites and good fats as eggplant has suggested.
Also, I'm a huge fiber fan, so maybe get your mits on some Psyllium Husk or metamucil. I have at least one serving of that fiber/day (if not 2). Fiber does so many things and keeps your arse all grinz
05-31-2008, 10:05 AM
I do have some milled flax seed all fiber protein and fat. I think I'll take a few TBS of that before bed....make the morning a little more "interesting" lol.
Egg plant. Im going to look into grape seed oil. Dont get me wrong I love my EVOO but yes it does give a slightly altering taste.
Im just slightly afraid of fat. I dont know why but I am. I did the keto type diets because they heavily favored low carbs and I saw good results but not as good as most people. Im a big fan of high protein. I was on the fence about it but the more diets I try the more I go back to high protein. Right now Im doing a minimum of 300gr/day some times up to 400 and Im doing awesome. Im leaning out adding strength etc.....Carbs well they make me loney :fool:
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05-31-2008, 10:10 AM
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06-01-2008, 02:36 AM
I think that depends Rodja.
If you are including a healthy amount of carbs in your diet as most of us are, they should be included in every meal, including breakfast in the morning, which isn't always whole food.
Also, speaking for myself, on non training days I still take creatine mono which I believe does work better with the old carbo induced insulin shuttle I take first thing in the morning.
Add a bit of fat to reduce the potentially 'too" high GI of the carbs and your set!
06-01-2008, 06:40 AM
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06-01-2008, 04:38 PM
As datb said, fruits are amazing sources of antioxidants, anticarcinogens, trace minerals, and vitamins. I usually add in strawberries or blueberries at some point throughout the day as a primary carb source. I disagree on the oats and rice comment - I feel those are fine.
I use natural peanut butter for my mono/polyunsaturated fat source.
70/30 beef can be bought for quite cheap, and made into 95/5 beef via boiling. This saves money, and arrives at a leaner beef than store bought. Combine your newly leaned beef with whole wheat pasta, a can of tomato paste, Fat Free Kraft Mozzarella cheese, parsley, oregano, and Frank's, and you have pasta and meat sauce which fits into a tightly wound macro diet!
06-01-2008, 06:01 PM
06-01-2008, 06:26 PM
I am no Bobo ...but then again who is?
Just some food for thought and things that work well for ME. I'm not offended if others disagree ...I like to read what other people think as well...I learn from everyone & hope I'll always be open-minded.
06-01-2008, 06:35 PM
I like oats in the morning mixed w/ lower GI sources such as strawberries & blueberries on all of my diets except when I am getting my BF% into single digits.
My point of view is that I want minimize fat gain on a muscle building diet/protocol ...so carbs that don't make too much of an impact OR the use of physillium to reduce G Load OR the management of the use & timing of higher GI carbs serves to support my goals.
It takes more attention to detail when you get older. There is less wiggle room in the diet.
06-01-2008, 07:14 PM
Here is the exact method, if anybody is interested:
Heat pan with Pam/fat free crisco/what have you for approximately 2-3 minutes on high; beef should immediately seer upon touching the iron. Upon colouring, pour enough hot water in the pan that beef is covered, let cook for approximately 60 seconds - repeat until beef strains clear.
Heat 1-2 cans (depending on preference) of pure tomato paste. Important note: ensure the only ingredient is tomatoes, and preferably, San Marzano tomatoes, as these give the hardy taste. Stir in a tbsp of rosemary, oregano, parsley, one entire clove of garlic, and a tbsp of Frank's, and heat on low. After approximately 5 minutes, add in one carrot, split in half - the carrot naturally lowers the PH of the sauce, making it much sweeter.
After beef has been strained to satisfaction, combine the beef with the sauce and cook on extremely low, stirring often, for 10 minutes - add pasta and enjoy!
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