how's my diet

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    how's my diet


    Stats:

    Height: 5'8
    Weight: 165
    BF%: ~11%
    Age: 17

    Breakfast:
    2 Chicken Biscuits
    2 8oz glasses of fat free milk

    Post-Workout:
    2 scoops of whey
    2 8oz glasses of fat free milk

    Lunch:
    4 8oz glasses of fat free milk
    2 Peanut Butter and Jelly Sandwiches
    1 small serving of cafeteria fries
    1 serving of fruit/vegetables

    Dinner:
    2 8oz glasses of skim milk
    1/2lb of Spaghetti w/ sauce
    1 serving of fruits/vegetables

    Snack:
    Maybe a bowl of ice cream or popcorn

    Before bed:
    8oz of skim milk
    1 scoop of peanut butter
    1-2 tbsps of extra virgin olive oil
    2 scoops of whey

    thanks in advance!

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    whats your goals?
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    Currently recomping to about 10%BF. I want to maintain that for the summer and then have a big bulk starting in late fall.
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    Just like that, how are you not still hungry...That's not a lot of food in a day(specially considering your 17y.o....
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    lol no clue why I am not hungrier. But it is a recomp :/
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    following this very similar to my diet.
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    milk and fruit are not conducive to fat loss. lactose and fructose sugars are processed differently than glucose. You should aim to consumer slow burning complex carbohydrates that release glucose into the bloodstream at an even, slow rate thus keeping insulin production minimal. When insulin levels are high, fat loss is metabolically impossible.

    -Alex
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    Thanks! Can I have an example of a carb like that?
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    Quote Originally Posted by downnout View Post
    Thanks! Can I have an example of a carb like that?
    he will probably refer you to brown rice and sweet potatoes. whole wheat/grain breads are a nice addition as well...
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    Quote Originally Posted by fitnessbyalex View Post
    milk and fruit are not conducive to fat loss. lactose and fructose sugars are processed differently than glucose. You should aim to consumer slow burning complex carbohydrates that release glucose into the bloodstream at an even, slow rate thus keeping insulin production minimal. When insulin levels are high, fat loss is metabolically impossible.

    -Alex
    Its weird you say to keep insulin levels low with steady glucose into bloodstream but then say no to fruit. Fruit/fructose doesn't cause an insulin release like glucose does so obviously it gets into the bloodstream lower.

    Unless you're a precompetition bodybuilder, you can eat fruit. Its not going to wreck your physique.
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