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    Meal Tracker New.zip There is an excel file attached with the first tab being nutrition facts. Can you help me gather information to add to this?

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    does anyone want to add to this
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    Quote Originally Posted by TheBabb1989 View Post
    my current diet, it is roughly 1300-1500 calories with 169P/36C/13F while the main goal of fat loss while maintaining lean muscle. If there are any suggestion please let me know I need to cut fat fast as to I have to weigh in monthly and cutting water weight every month is killing me. Thank you in advance.
    Wait, what? You are eating 1300-1500 cal!!?? Dude I'm 5'9 183lbs and my BMR is 1900. BMR!!! You will lose a lot of muscle at that low calories like that. You need to learn nutrition buddy. Quit eating sodium. That will help keep off water weight. Your fats are stupid low. STUPID low. Protein become more important as you cut. Again, go do some basic reading on nutrition before you end up looking like a twig. My 5'2 110lb wife eats more than that when she cuts. Not trying to be rude...
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    Since my last post was dbag-ish, I'm going to try and help you. What are your stats? Height, weight, bf%. What is your est calculated BMR and TDEE? If you are loosing more than ~2lb/week you can go ahead and assume you're loosing more than fat. Assuming you've already lost your initial water weight.
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    71" 227lbs and 23%BF. BMR 2037 and TDEE 3428. It's a low calorie diet with a refeed every 3-4 days. I'm doing it for three weeks to drop weight then slowly bring back up my calories to the normal number.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TheBabb1989 View Post
    71" 227lbs and 23%BF. BMR 2037 and TDEE 3428. It's a low calorie diet with a refeed every 3-4 days. I'm doing it for three weeks to drop weight then slowly bring back up my calories to the normal number.
    Taking any supplements, steroids, rocket fuel, etc? Just curious because YES that makes a difference
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    CLA, Shred Matrix, Whey Protein Powder, Fish Oil, Multi Vitamin and BCAAs
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    Quote Originally Posted by JeremyNG25 View Post
    Taking any supplements, steroids, rocket fuel, etc? Just curious because YES that makes a difference
    CLA, Shred Matrix, Whey Protein Powder, Fish Oil, Multi Vitamin and BCAAs
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    Quote Originally Posted by TheBabb1989 View Post
    71" 227lbs and 23%BF. BMR 2037 and TDEE 3428. It's a low calorie diet with a refeed every 3-4 days. I'm doing it for three weeks to drop weight then slowly bring back up my calories to the normal number.
    Oh my god bro. You're going to kill yourself. First of all, if your BMR is 2037, then your TDEE is ~2900. Not 3400. The "rule of thumb" is to start at your TDEE (~2900) and work down 200 cal every 2-4 weeks until you see 1 lb/week. To experiment further, you can go down even more by 200 cal increments until you get to 2 lb/week. Obviously, you want to do this fast. So you think by going 700 cal below your BMR, not TDEE, but BMR, you think that will give you better results. Well, I can tell you that not only are you loosing your MMI, but you are essentially anorexic. Again, my 5'2 110lb wife eats more than that to cut. Right now she is doing 1200cal 150P/90C/65F. Please go do some research on proper dieting. Also, you are 23%bf. You don't need refeeds. Refeeds are for people with low bf% such as a body builder looking to show who is <10%bf and has low leptin levels. They carb load to spike the hormone in their metabolism to promote the continuous fat burn. You are no where near that level. Where in the hell did you hear a re-feed takes place every 3-4 days? Sorry to shake your tree here man, but it seems you need to hear it. You don't know what the hell you are doing in the least bit. Eat 2500 cal. That's 400 under your TDEE. ~190C/260P/80F. That comes out to about 2500 cal. It might seem high to you, but you are bigger. 5'9 227lbs 23% needs a more than myself at 5'9 183lbs 14%. A maintenance diet should look like ~300C/200P/100F. Do as you will. This is a slow process. Diet and weight loss does not happen over night or a few weeks for you to get on a scale. Hate to break the bad news, but it's the truth.
  

  
 

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