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    my intake consists of
    protein: 17%
    carbs:48%
    fat:35%

    i am going to try and put on between 5-10lbs of lbm. how low do i need to get the fat down to and where should the protein be? also, is that a high carb % ?
    **my blocks is 16 and i should be intaking 120 g of protein. and im getting 131 g on my current diet.

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    Protein intake is ~1g/lb of BW. You are a little high in carbs, unless you do a lot of cardio, but not too high. A good starting ratio is 40/40/20, which is 40% of kcals from carbs and protein and 20% coming from fats.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rodja View Post
    Protein intake is ~1g/lb of BW. You are a little high in carbs, unless you do a lot of cardio, but not too high. A good starting ratio is 40/40/20, which is 40% of kcals from carbs and protein and 20% coming from fats.
    ....bw is body weight right? cuz that sounds like an excess of protein...?
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    Quote Originally Posted by drummaboyzl View Post
    ....bw is body weight right? cuz that sounds like an excess of protein...?
    Don't base nutrition off of the labels; they are horribly incorrect. In resistance training people, 1g/lb is the standard for protein consumption. I weigh between 175-180 and my protein intake hovers around 180-200g/day.
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    im looking at whey protein, if i lower my fat consumption and use whey protein to make up the difference in how much protein im getting and how much i need would that work?
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    Quote Originally Posted by drummaboyzl View Post
    im looking at whey protein, if i lower my fat consumption and use whey protein to make up the difference in how much protein im getting and how much i need would that work?
    It's a start, but I recommend whole-foods as opposed to protein powders. Using them around the time that you train, however, is great time to use these.
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    thanks rodja for your help. heres another ? for you, im taking in alot of carbs, if i want to lose weight would i keep my carb intake at about 20% consisting mostly of complex carbs? im going to bulk up then work on cutting so the more info i can get now, the better routine i can set up
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    Quote Originally Posted by drummaboyzl View Post
    thanks rodja for your help. heres another ? for you, im taking in alot of carbs, if i want to lose weight would i keep my carb intake at about 20% consisting mostly of complex carbs? im going to bulk up then work on cutting so the more info i can get now, the better routine i can set up
    You could do that, but make sure you 1-2 days/wk in which you double your carb consumption. Doing this reloads your glycogen, improves your energy levels, and helps to reduce muscle loss.
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    you've helped me out alot. i gotta go for a bit, stepdad needs help liftin some shiz...
  

  
 

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