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    critique on my cutting diet again please


    Ok here we go again, im 6 ft around 210 pounds, im currently deployed right now in Afghanistan. Im doing my cutting diet, im already pretty lean just gotta get them abs showing back good. I train hard 4-5 times a week and my cardio consists of fast paced walking 30-45 min a day, not to mention during our missions we do an additional 30 minutes minimum on top of that, I do this everyday. Im starting my 4th week of dieting monday and im already down about 7 pounds, my meals go like this:

    Meal 1- 4 whole eggs, 1-2 pieces of wheat toast, scoop of whey with half a cup of oats and a apple

    Meal 2- (pre workout)- lean meat 4-6 oz, green veggies, 1 wholegrain muffin

    Meal 3- (post workout)- 1 and a half scoop whey, 5g creatine with 10 gummy bears for quick sugar

    Meal 4- lean meat 4-6 oz, green veggies, 1 oz mixed nuts or peanut butter

    Meal 5- same as meal 4

    Meal 6- 5 oz canned tuna

    Meal 7- 1 scoop of whey 1 oz of mixed nuts

    My macros I keep at around 260g protein/180g carbs(some of that is green veggies)/ 80-90g fat- roughly 2500-2600 calories

    Morning and night supplments I take a multi vitamin and fish oil

    Comments please good and bad

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    Looks good to me but then again I'm no nutrition guru. Looks like a nice pace for fat loss and just adjust accordingly. Keep us posted on stats and would like to hear more peoples opinions.
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    as was mentioned earlier.. adjust accordingly. this means as you loose fat you need to reset your calorie intake to match your changing dietary needs.
    also don't be shy to add a quality fat burner to the mix. as it will certainly help with mood and energy.
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    Yeah I'm def adjusting as my fat loss progressing. I think my body does well with a lower carb diet. As I progress I'm goin to do basically no carbs for six days then the 7th will be a refeed day, only once I get back in the single digits to dial down a little more ill do this. My carbs now are a little under 1g per pound of body weight. Keeping healthy fat and protein high constant
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    Add in some Dexaprine XR and TT33
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    you said you're already down 7lbs... keep the diet exactly AS IS until you stop. After you stop, just take out like 2-5 g per meal of a p/c/f. Than wait a few weeks utnil it stops again, than repeat. Off to a great start already!
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    Thanks brother. Does everyone agree with the lower carb diets for fat loss??
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    I used low carb for awhile and it hurt my energy and strength. I now use moderate carbs and still lose fat but maintain a lot better
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    low carb has worked well for me. I haven't noticed a change in my energy level or strength in the gym. My husband notices that his strength is not optimal on a low carb/calorie diet
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    Yeah i stick to a moderate carb diet. About 180 carbs a day counting veggies. I weigh around 210, but I'm already down 7 pounds
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    Dexaprine XR and TT33 would be a good addition to your regime
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    I love low carb dieting for fatloss. I eat tons of fat and get lean! moar bacon plz!
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    I dont think that there is much to change from this. Maybe you could add a thermo like Dexaprine XR if you get stuck again, but the nutrition seems solid as it is. Especially if you are already down 7lbs.
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    Ahhhh people need to stop blindly recommending Dexaprine XR in every. single. thread.

    If your losing weight, then as Geekpoop said, keep at it!
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