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    WELCOME

    For those of you who are new, this log is comprised of two parts. The first one that extends to page five, (IIRC) covers my first crash-cut in 2011. Everything from the onwards covers my journey from 109kg, starting in late April, to present day. My goal is simply to stay at as low of a weight as possible (within spitting distance of 90kg/198lbs) while gaining strength.

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    Born: August, 1988
    Height: 192cm, 6'3".

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    Bout time to start up a diet-log as well.

    I want PLENTY of critique and feedback on this one, since I'm suspecting my diet is a bottleneck on my current goals.

    Age: 22
    Height: 192cm (6'3")
    Weight: 94.5kg (208lbs) (as of June 10th)
    Update: 92.5kg (June 18th)
    Update: 89.3kg (June 23rd)
    Update: 91.9kg (June 27th)
    Update: 88.9kg (June 30th)

    Endeavouring on sort of a cut - not looking for a super-ripped paper-thin skin look (next summer perhaps?), but all that cardio and LCHF'ing, combined with the torsoshave gave me the first good glimpse of abs I've ever had. It's given me flava.

    Without further a-due:

    Breakfast:
    300+ grams of salmon (~650kcal) (75g protein)

    Snack:
    About 20+ large cherries, dash of peanuts, 250g of quark (~450kcal) (30g protein)

    Dinner:
    Whey-shake, 300g of T-bone (~650kcal) (96g protein)

    Pre-going-out-to-wreck-shit-meal:
    4 eggs, bit of meat, some tuna salad, lettuce (~500kcal) (30g protein)

    Drinks:
    2 glasses of cranberry juice (300kcal)


    Post-gone-out-and-wrecked-shit-meal:
    Whey-shake, tuna salad, 2 handfuls of peanuts, lettuce (~800kcal) (40g protein)

    3350kcal total!??!? Jeeessshhh. 271g protein.
     
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    Yesterday's morning weight: 99.8kg

    Tub of quark, whey, jam, apple, orange, 100g nuts and seeds. 1310/107

    Apple and glass of orange juice 220

    375g pork tenderloin, 200g red lentils, carrots and broth dice. 100g nuts and seeds, apple and 2ish tbsp canola oil 2335/170

    3865/277

    TDEE 3800
    Balance +50

    Balanced out a bit after yesterday's munchies.

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    Delicious bucket of food.
     
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    Breakfast
    7-egg omelet with block of cheese and onion, 5 strawberries (~55g protein)

    Post-workout
    Whey-shake, about 300g of T-bone, one huge tomato and block of cheese (1870kcal so far) (106g protein)

    Pre-going-out-to-wreck-shit-meal
    Whey-shake, tomato (200kcal) (30g protein)

    Post-gone-out-and-wrecked-shit-meal
    250g of T-bone, tomato (340kcal) (55g protein)

    ~2410kcal total. Much better. 246g protein
     
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    Tub of quark, jam, 100g nuts and seeds. 1170/83

    White chocolate bar 570/5

    ~400g chicken, 320g white beans, shredded cabbage, carrots, bellpepper, garlic, 3tbsp sweet chili sauce, 80g seeds 1820/165

    3560/253

    TDEE 3150
    Balance +400
     
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    im just gonna write out the bulk of todays diet:

    8 eggs (630kcal) - 50g protein
    2 cans of tuna, 2x140g (280kcal) - 50g protein
    1 tomato (30 kcal)
    2 whey shakes (320kcal) - 60g protein
    100g block of cheese (350kcal) - 20g protein
    some salad with dressing (200kcal?)
    500g of quark with 15 cherries (450kcal) - 60g protein

    2260kcal total. Allright! Quark holds the key! 240g protein
     
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    440g pork tenderloin, 200g penne rigate, 100g cheese, 2tbsp zacusca, carrots and bellpepper. 2150/139

    Whey 120/24

    Quark w jam and 100g nuts and seeds, 250g ice cream 1560/88

    3830/251

    TDEE 3400
    Balance +450
     
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    Mango (130kcal)
    6 eggs (470kcal) - 35g protein
    4 tomatoes (120kcal)
    some lettuce with vinegar (~40kcal)
    2 whey shakes (320kcal) - 60g of protein
    one can of tuna (140kcal) - 25g of protein
    450g of T-bone (850kcal) - 99g protein
    500g of quark (340kcal) - 60g protein

    2410kcal. Thats okay. 279g protein.
     
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    Morning weight: 99.8kg

    Travelling west for the weekend, see you on monday.
     
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    3 eggs (234kcal) - 15g protein
    200g of T-bone (380kcal) - 44g protein
    Bowl of vegetable soup (70kcal)
    300g of salmon with some lettuce (640kcal) - 75g protein
    2 whey-shakes (320kcal) - 60g protein
    300g of salmon (600kcal) - 75g protein
    500g of quark with one small orange (390kcal) - 60g protein

    2634kcal. Less salmon and t-bone, more tuna and chicken. 324g of protein. That's a lot of fuckin' protein!
     
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    Morning weight: 101.6kg

    5 eggs, 160g kassler, carrots, garden apples, garlic and bellpepper fried in canola oil. 3dl orange juice. 1040/64

    Whey and 50g chocolate 390/26

    250g ice cream and 50g halvà 770/10

    ~200g chicken, 130g kassler, 160g dry red lentils, carrots, shredded cabbage and garlic, 50g cheese 1485/130

    3685/231

    TDEE 3700
    Balance +-0
     
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    4 eggs (304kcal) - 25g protein
    350g of salmon (700kcal) - 87g protein
    2 whey shakes (320kcal) - 60g protein
    300g of chicken with some dressing sprinkled (650kcal) - 60g protein
    500g of quark with frozen strawberries (~400kcal) - 60g protein

    2375kcal. Noice. 292g protein.
     
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    Tub of quark, whey, jam, garden apples, 100g nuts and seeds 1300/107

    370g salmon, 5 eggs, 120g cheese, carrots, shredded cabbage, garlic. 245g ice cream. 2105/135

    3405/242

    TDEE 3200
    Balance +200
     
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    By the way, if anyone's got any tips on leaner protein-sources and recipes, alternatively recipes that are very low on calories that I can stuff my face and just fill my gut with, I would highly appreciate it.

    As it is right now, I eat very little for the first half of the day in order to "save" calories for the evening, when I know I'll be starving for real. It's a really funny sensation to train while hungry on LCHF, though. The sensation of euphoria is easy to confuse with fatigue - but my lifts are still as good as they were before embarking on the cut.

    It's funny - I walk around for the majority of the day like a primed handgrenade, but as soon as I down that pound of quark with some fruit in it, I become docile like a child.
     
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    Oatmeal*2.5, whey, 100g nuts and seeds, 2tbsp brown sugar 1560/98

    400g pork tenderloin and a cuppa tea w tsp brown sugar. 740/100

    Whey 120/24

    245g ice cream. 5 eggs, shredded cabbage, carrots and garlic fried in canola oil. 250g bloodpuddig w jam. 3dl milk 2010/53

    4430/275

    TDEE 3850
    Balance +600
     
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    3 eggs (234kcal) - 18g protein
    two cans of tuna - 2 x 150g (300kcal) - 66g protein
    300g of chicken with dressing and veggies (750kcal) - 60g protein
    50g of fried bacon (250kcal) - 20g protein
    one tomato (30kcal)
    one whey-shake (160kcal) - 30g protein
    500g of quark with strawberries (400kcal) - 60g protein

    2124kcal. Good, for a resting day. 254g protein.
     
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    Thought i'd brighten your log up a little

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    call me noob.....the fuck is quark??
     
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    ^Oh man, that brings a lone tear of joy down my cheek :) I love me some Ashley Robbins.

    Tub of quark, milk, jam, orange and garden apples, 100g nuts and seeds 1300/86

    Whey 120/24

    100g milk chocolate bar, 330g salmon. salad (cabbage carrots apples garlic 2tbsp canola oil) 1545/66

    Two bread buns, some almonds, salami and ham, pork rinds and chips. 850/15

    3.5dl milk, 100g oatmeal w 2tbsp brown sugar 670/24

    4485/215

    TDEE 4100
    Balance +400
     
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    When you are including eggs in your diet with omlettes and such, are you using the whole egg, or just the egg whites? I was watching some videos by Kris Gethin and he has some pretty good recipes involving just egg whites, you can make some really good dishes. Let me see if I can find something healthy you may enjoy, because I honestly need to get more variety myself.

    Im slowly choking to death on the steel coat oats, they were great at first, but now Im weary :(
     
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    Morning weight: 100.3kg

    560g salmon, 5 eggs, 65g cheese, salad (cabbage carrots cucumber, garden apples, garlic, 2tbsp canola oil) 100g hazelnut chocolate bar. 2595/167

    3 yoghurt desserts, buttered bun w ham, almonds 950/20

    Halftub of quark, jam, orange 335/30

    Modest beef sammich 250

    4130/217

    TDEE 3450
    Balance +700
     
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    I use the whole egg, of course. Calorie restriction or not, I harbor HUGE amounts of hatred for people who throw away perfectly good food for vanity reasons. QUark - Quark (cheese) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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    Tastes like a less sour, really thick yoghurt.

    Superb bang for your buck from all viewpoints. Very easy to season to your liking.

    Weight-update: weighed myself two days ago - morning, empty weight: 92.8kg. Five kilos off in just as many weeks.
     
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    300g pork tenderloin, 150g red lentils, carrots, shredded cabbage, broth dice, garden apple. 1205/112

    Tub of quark, whey, orange, two garden apples, 100g nuts and seeds 1270/108

    two buttered buns w ham, some chips and rinds, cold cuts. müsli w jam and yoghurt 1550/45

    4025/265

    TDEE 3750
    Balance +300
     
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    20 cherries (100kcal)
    2 cans of tuna with tomato sauce, garlic and basil (420kcal) - 66g protein
    2 bowls of vegetable soup - (150kcal)
    Good bunch of spoonfuls of bacon & creme fraiche-soup (200kcal) - 5g protein
    150g of chicken (300kcal) - 30g protein
    two whey-shakes (320kcal) - 60g protein
    100g smoked ham (105kcal) - 20g protein
    6 eggs (470kcal) - 32g protein
    500g of quark with strawberries (400kcal) - 60g protein

    2465kcal. Okay considering I partied. 273g protein.
     
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    Morning weight: 101.6kg

    Halftub quark, 50g seeds, two prunes 560/41

    400g (raw wt) pork, 150g red lentils, carrots, shredded cabbage, half a cucumber, broth dice. 5 eggs w 50g cheese, garlic fried in canola oil. Tub of icecream 3290/185

    3760/226

    TDEE 3100
    Balance +650
     
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    2 cans of tuna in tomato sauce with basil and garlic (420kcal) - 66g protein
    200g of smoked pork (210kcal) - 40g protein
    4 eggs (312kcal) - 22g protein
    50g of parmesan (160kcal) - 15g protein
    salad with tomato, vinegar and mustard (100kcal)
    one whey-shake (160kcal) - 30g protein
    150g of pork (200kcal) - 30g protein
    500g of quark with strawberries (400kcal) - 60g protein

    1962kcal - and I ain't even hungry! 1000kcal+ deficit!

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    263g of protein, yo. Got this shit locked down like bricks.
     
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    Tub of quark, jam, orange, two prunes, 100g nuts and seeds. 1180/83

    120g oatmeal, 1dl milk and 2tbsp brown sugar. 650/20

    whey and apple pie 850/24

    475g pork, 150g dry red lentils, carrots, cabbage, garlic, brothdice 1385/127

    4065/254

    TDEE 3800
    Balance +250
     
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    200g of smoked ham (210kcal) - 40g protein
    3 eggs (234kcal) - 15g protein
    salad (tomato, half red onion, half red pepper, vinegar, mustard) (80kcal)
    one chorizo sausage (150kcal) - 7g protein
    2 cans of tuna in tomato sauce with basil (420kcal) - 66g protein
    two whey-shakes (320kcal) - 60g protein
    5 slices of cheese (150kcal?) - 8g protein
    200g pork with dash of lentil gulasch (500kcal) - 40g protein

    2064kcal. 236g protein. Sacrificed some protein for lower calorie-count.
     
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    Got baked like crazy yesterday, don't even wanna think about how much I ate (8000 calories or somesuch). I'll just pretend the food-part never happened.

    Tripped balls to this track:
     
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    one tablespoon peanutbutter (180kcal) - 7g protein
    4 eggs (312kcal) - 22g protein
    200g of pork with salad and mustard (330kcal) - 40g protein
    two chicken drumsticks with skin (200kcal) - 25g protein
    two pieces of chicken breast with skin and salad (500kcal) - 50g protein
    500g of quark with 16 cherries and a tiny slice of cantaloupe (480kcal) - 60g protein


    2002kcal. 206g protein. Day of rest, didnt feel like doing shit and slept like a log! Vengeance will be had tomorrow.

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    This is what I start to look like whenever I see empty carbs.
     
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    5 eggs, 50g cheese, dash of milk, carrot and garlic fried in tbsp canola oil. 860/52

    whey and 3dl milk. tub of quark, jam, apple, prunes, 100g nuts 1620/118

    oatmeal*3, 2tbsp sugar 590/15

    520g (raw wt) pork, 150g dry red lentils w garlic and broth dice 1350/135

    4420/320

    TDEE 3550
    Balance +850
    Need the surplus because I'll be maxing deadlifts tomorrow
     
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    3.5dl of light yoghurt (meh) (140kcal) - 13g protein
    200g of pork with salad (300kcal) - 45g protein
    one whey-shake with 3dl of milk (295kcal) - 39g protein
    225g of ham with salad (340kcal) - 50g protein
    80g of parmesan (270kcal) - 20g protein
    one whey-shake (160kcal) - 30g protein
    two cans of tuna with soy (350kcal) - 66g protein
    500g of quark with strawberries (400kcal) - 60g protein

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    As always, any feedback is welcome.

    2255kcal. 323g protein.

    I want to punch random. people in the face.
     
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    60g nuts, 100g cheese 3 prunes. 880/40

    Tub of quark, apple, 50g seeds. 780/71

    400g (raw wt) pork, 100g parsnip, two red onions and garlic fried in canola oil, 150g red lentils w broth dice, two carrots and bellpepper. 1800/102

    3460/213

    TDEE 3100
    Balance +350

    Had an absolute blast this weekend. No tracking as I had a friend over, alcohol was consumed and I probably spent more than eight hours preparing food over the course of 48 hours, but it was thoroughly worth it. Iranians can cook, let me tell you.
     
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    5 eggs (390kcal) - 32g protein
    one strip of bacon (50kcal) - 3g protein
    one carrot (25kcal)
    200g of veal with lettuce (250kcal) - 40g protein
    one tablespoon of peanutbutter (180kcal) - 7g protein
    one whey-shake with ~1.5dl of milk (220kcal) - 33g protein
    whey-shake (160kcal) - 30g protein
    one tablespoon of peanutbutter (180kcal) - 7g protein
    300g of veal with lettuce and two small carrots (420kcal) - 66g protein
    500g of quark with strawberries (400kcal) - 60g protein

    2275kcal. 278g protein.

    Been feeling very sluggish as of late - thinking about cutting down on some of the protein calories to fit some more fat into the daily diet.
     
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    tub of quark, apple, two prunes (sprinkled w cinnamon and cardamom) 550/60

    100g nuts and seeds. 5 eggs, 100g cheese, garlic, red onion and potato fried in canola oil. 1690/84

    Black tea w sugar, whey 170/24

    440g pork tenderloin, carrots, bellpepper, shredded cabbage, garlic, 4 prunes, apple, pear. Canola oil. 1370/110

    3780/278

    TDEE 3450
    Balance +350
     
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    Weighed myself his morning again. 89.3kg - 5.2kg off in less than two weeks. Woo-derp! 8.5kg off in six weeks! Let's see what breakfast holds in store.

    275g of veal with four small carrots (425kcal) - 61g protein
    one tablespoon of peanutbutter (180kcal) - 7g protein
    whey-shake (160kcal) - 30g protein
    one tablespoon of peanutbutter (180kcal) - 7g protein
    50g of bacon (130kcal) - 10g protein
    500g of ham (700kcal) - 90g protein
    500g of quark with strawberries (400kcal) - 60g protein

    2175kcal. 265g protein.
     
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    100g nuts and seeds 610/23

    265g pork tenderloin, 4 eggs, 150g potato, 50g cheese carrot, garlic, red onion fried in canola oil. 1390/106

    Tub of quark, whey, pears and prunes, 100g nuts and seeds. 1250/108

    3250/237

    TDEE 3100
    Balance +150
     
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    4dl of light yoghurt (160kcal) - 14g protein
    whey-shake (160kcal) - 30g protein
    one tablespoon of peanutbutter (180kcal) - 7g protein
    500g of ham with two large carrots (750kcal) - 90g protein
    two large carrots (70kcal)
    three large chicken drumsticks (900kcal?) - 81g protein?
    500g of quark (335kcal) - 60g protein
    three carrots (70kcal)

    2625kcal. Bit much, but I've driven and walked quite a lot in addition to the excercises. 282g protein.
     
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  38. golvmopp Always outnumbered, never outgunned

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    Tub of quark, apple, pear, prune, 100g nuts and seeds. Tea w sugar. 1200/83

    5 eggs, 125g mozzarella, carrot, red onion, bellpepper, garlic fried in canola oil. Radishes and a pear 1090/57

    two bananas 220

    460g (raw wt) beef cubes, red onion and garlic, 200g dry red lentils, broth dice, tbsp zacusca, two celery sticks and radishes. 6 chocolate hazelnut cookies and half a tub of tiramisù ice cream 2670/157


    5180/297

    TDEE 3950
    Balance +1250

    I'm totally worth it baby. Gloryshot of all the desserts I bought today:
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  39. golvmopp Always outnumbered, never outgunned

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    225g of smoked ham (270kcal) - 45g protein
    5 eggs (390kcal) - 32g protein
    lettuce, bellpepper and mustard (70kcal)
    one carrot (21kcal)
    one tablespoon of peanutbutter (180kcal) - 7g protein
    50g of pork rind (440kcal)
    400g of T-bone steak (520kcal) - 88g protein
    225g of T-bone steak with salad and mustard (450kcal) - 48g protein

    I need to join a carrot support group.

    2341kcal. 220g protein.
     
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  40. rikwebb Purple Belt

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    Bastard, want ice cream now!

    Aldi/Lidl? I've had the Master Taste ones from Aldi over here.
     
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