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    Trying meal plan for the first time on my own from a structured sport. Trying to cut down my cals to about 1500. I'm using my fitness pal to log intake, but wondering the timings when to eat my meals for best results. Help would be appreciated

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    Quote Originally Posted by ash123hale View Post
    Trying meal plan for the first time on my own from a structured sport. Trying to cut down my cals to about 1500. I'm using my fitness pal to log intake, but wondering the timings when to eat my meals for best results. Help would be appreciated
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    Meal timing has proven to be irrevelvant. Just get your cals and macros in for the day. I personally have my two biggest meals pre and post workout no matter when I train. I just feel better that way. Breakdast is also pretty large.
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    If meal timing is irrelevant then why such a scientific focus on intermittent fasting? Just playing devils advocate

    It's not totally irrelevant.
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    I don't have scientific proof, but I tried all the eat 6 meals a day, never go more than three hours without eating or you'll lose muscle. I finally gave all that up and just concentrate on my macro nutrient ratios and calories in verse calories out. I have had as good if not better success than when I obsessed about eating at specific times. As a plus, it sure makes life easier.
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    I will say though, that I prefer and have had my best success with morning fasted cardio.
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    Implementing a weight loss program plan for the first time can be difficult if you are used to eating meals that are great in calorie consumption. One way to decrease your risk of eating plan burnout is to convenience your way into your new food options. For example, instead of overhauling your entire eating plan on day one, try changing a single high-calorie food for a low-calorie substitute.
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