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    Okay diet?


    Hey all, ive decided to get my diet in check it's really hard for me due to circumstances to eat regulaly and to get food made for the day but I sure as hell am gonna try!!!

    Heres what im going for at the moment: I ran out of energy during my workout so im guessing I might not be on enough carbs but heres the meal plan:

    Breakfast 7:00am
    1.5 cup Oatmeal
    2 Tbsp Peanut Butter
    Some cold beef
    2 boiled eggs
    Total: 53.1g, 67.2g, 50g, 12g, Protein, Carbs, Fats, Fibre respectivly.
    I also take 3 fish oil caps and a multivatamin with this meal.

    Meal 10:00
    2 slice brown bread
    2 tbsp peanut butter
    1 meat enough for around 15 protein.
    salad
    Total: 40.5g, 45.8g, 38.2g, 6.4g, Protein, Carbs, Fats, Fibre respectivly.

    Meal 12:30
    2 slice bread
    1/2 tuna can
    salad
    Total: 28.75g, 45.8g, 4.6g, 2.4g, Protein, Carbs, Fats, Fibre respectivly.

    Meal 14:30
    2 slice bread
    1/2 tuna can
    salad
    Total: 28.75g, 45.8g, 4.6g, 2.4g, Protein, Carbs, Fats, Fibre respectivly.

    16:00
    Workout

    17:30: 25g whey, 50g malodextarin

    18:30: Im really not sure what to ear here, I would like to cook a pasta sort of dish but cannot make such a small amount has anyone got any good suggestions for reasonable meals for the rest of the day? Im guessing fibrous carbs would be best?

    Any advice would be greatly appreciated guys!

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    Well depending on what you currently eat, it doesn't look bad. I'd make sure your bread is wholewheat or preferably ezekiel bread. Also, you have pretty much no veggies in there. Add in green veggies! Take out some of that bread you have, 6 slices a day is overkill.
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    maybe modify the carb source for your pwo shake? quick oats works great and provides a superior quality of nutrition than plain ol malto. you're getting vitamins, minerals and even some fiber with oats. just my take on the situation..
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    Would it be reasonable to just use some pre cooked oats and mix them with whey?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Random181 View Post
    Would it be reasonable to just use some pre cooked oats and mix them with whey?
    Yeah. I would even blend them together. Makes for a tasty snack!
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    Is there any evidence yet that using oats instead of maltodextrin post workout actually helps with nutrient absorption?
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    Quote Originally Posted by wearedbleedblue View Post
    Is there any evidence yet that using oats instead of maltodextrin post workout actually helps with nutrient absorption?
    That is an extremely open ended question. Try searching for some different opinions within the forums. It will help you a great deal as this is also a very opinionated topic!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Aggravated View Post
    That is an extremely open ended question. Try searching for some different opinions within the forums. It will help you a great deal as this is also a very opinionated topic!
    Thats what I'm asking. Is there any actual evidence or is it just opinion. There is evidence that maltodextrin works, as far as I know, there is no evidence that oats works as well.
  

  
 

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