Before Bed !!
- 08-26-2007, 08:42 AM
My Deit Log... Need help
I usually eat Cottage Cheese with PB and Raisin before going to bed...
I was just curious that HOw long ago should i eat my last meal before sleeping??
My diet and as following..
Goal is to stay healthy and put more muscles on..
Weight: 165 LB
body fat : 9%
I train 4 days a week..
1st meal: Oatmeal + cottage cheese + Natural PB + raisin
2nd meal: Whey Protein shake+ 4 Egg whites + Green veggies + Banana ( banana only when i work out )
after 2nd meal on the days of my work out i usually hit the gym..
3rd meal: Chicken Breast + 2 whole wheat Bread + vegetables + some yoghurt
4th meal: Whey Protein + 4 Egg whites + green veggies
5th meal: Tuna on whole wheat bun+ mayo
6th meal: Cottage cheese + peanut Butter + Raisin
My protein intake is around 230 grams
Carbs: 130 grams appx.
Do i need to change anything??
I like to do it with the whole food comparring to supplements..
Is there any thing that i should change in my diet??
please help out.. thx..
- 08-26-2007, 01:06 PM
08-26-2007, 01:52 PM
what's been working best for me (for putting on size) is simply having proteins, carbs, and fats in every meal. I do usually between 40-60 carbs, 40-50 proteins, and 15-20 fats per meal. I feel better than ever after every single meal.
08-26-2007, 02:39 PM
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08-27-2007, 12:48 AM
Have you ever tried taking the natty PB, and putting it in a bowl of fat free cottage cheese, and stirring the two up together and eating it with a spoon.
Cuz if you haven't, I don't recommend that you try it.
08-27-2007, 02:00 AM
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08-27-2007, 11:54 AM
have you ever wondered why you sweat at night and sometimes not so much during the day. even though your body naturally lowered its temps 1-2 degrees so it can work harder.
you do realize your body is always burning calories. whether you do nothing or something. clearly if you do more you burn more.
08-27-2007, 11:57 AM
08-27-2007, 12:16 PM
Just because people get satisfactory results carb cycling does not itself imply that failure to do so will result in unsatisfactory results.
High carb/low fat meals produce higher peak insulin levels but are shorter in duration. However carbs are less likely to be stored as fat because it requires conversion and the higher insulin levels also promote protein synthesis. Low carb/high fat meals on the other hand produce less peak insulin levels but the duration is longer. Fat calories on the other hand are more likely than carbs to be stored as fat because no conversion is required.
Think of it as sports car that accelerates quickly to the speed limit and then coasts to the next stop versus an econobox that accelerates more slowly and stays under power longer. Which is better is hard to say; the end results can be very similar.
IMO discussing macronutrient ratio effects on bodyweight management in the absence of calorie consumption and expenditure considerations is way too broad but is often done. Hence all the rhetoric on insulin management via carb cycling and carb + fat exclusion.
08-27-2007, 12:18 PM
08-27-2007, 12:40 PM
08-27-2007, 12:47 PM
08-27-2007, 12:49 PM
In fact, many competitive bodybuilders get shredded by consuming carbs at night. My carb loads in pre-contest dieting were the last meal of the day, just before bed.
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