How many slices of whole wheat bread+peanut butter per day?

Discussion in 'Dieting / Supplement Discussion' started by GrandMasterAo, Mar 19, 2008.

  1. I'm currently on a diet to put on weight, and I eat about 3200 calories a day (as recommended by the calculator on Berardi's website). My question is, how many slices of bread with peanut butter on it should I be eating per day? Thanks.
     
  2. Ziltoid

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    I remember when I was bulking I started eating alot of WW PB samiches. About once, twice a day, I would eat 2 samiches. (4 slices of WW bread, both sides covered with PB) Like 2 tbsp each slice of bread. Yup, I loves PB, hehe.
    I gained about 10...10+ lbs in about 1 1/2 months - 2 months.
     
  3. 10 pounds in two months is pretty good, thanks for the info.
     
  4. Forsaken

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    I don't understand this post, it's almost impossible to quantify how many servings of a single food you should have in your diet.


    Check your Carbs/Fat/Protein ratio and keep track of your calories. You may want to restrict carbs to your work out window, but if trying to put on weight that's probably not a big deal.
     
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    god I can't wait for the 30th so I can start eating massively again :icon_sad::icon_sad::icon_sad:
     
  6. I'm realllllly skinny, I don't think I have to worry too much about gaining too much weight.
     
  7. Ganja

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    usually when I bulk I eat 2-4 slices

    most of my grains come from WW pasta
     
  8. Ian Coe

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    Then eat as much as you fucking want


    Serious, whats the point of this thread


    I'm not trying to be a dick but come on now, use some common sense
     
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    its possible to have too much PB and bread? really?

    j/k

    Try PB on rice too, so good.
     
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    Thats just wrong


    What else do you have with it?
     
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    peanut butter is a miracle i have trouble keeping weight on too, i eat about 4-5+ a day, whole wheat bread and organic peanut butter, i cant stand the non-organic.

    I sometimes get a headache if i eat too many with nothing else so sliced cucumbers or some random greens that wont taste gross are a good idea, assuming youre having this in between regular meals not with them.
     
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    sounds weird i know, i got the idea from a runners magazine. fats and protien help slow digestion, sugar/insulin release for distance workout/runs.

    I'm not a big fan but its more of an asian thing, 'all natural' peanut butter is litterally mashed up into paste - so peanut sauces are on chicken and noodles like pad-thai.
     
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    ^^^

    refuses to click link


    I know what a sausage is, but I refuse to accept it


    hmm, pad-thai is nice


    I meant what else do YOU have with it. Looking for ideas for cooking
     
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    ohh, sorry.

    yeah just a side dish for whatever standard meat (chicken, pork, beef baked) and greens (salad or broccli or string beans).

    I don't have a single 'specialty' dish that I have it with, although i think chicken would be the most common.
     
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    What if its just for like 2 months like what I did? I was also taking Cytogainer at the time of bulking so Im pretty sure that contributed to my weight gain. The last year and 1/2 I was really trying to bulk. I weighed 165lbs. I wanted to go up to about 175. I wound up going up to 197 last year. Then I cut it all back down and I am currently 183-185. I think I might try to bulk again but Im not sure yet. I still have to get rid of a little belly fat which is not much but still. I hate not seeing my 6 pack anymore :icon_cry2.
     
  17. Hmmm so how difficult is walnut/almond butter to find in a regular supermarket?
     
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    My local schnucks has started to carry Almond Butter, much to my surprise. It's right next to the other spreadables.
     
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    I wouldn't go out of my way to consume PB everyday for 2 months, but I doubt it will cause any damage if that's what you're asking. You would be better off to cut down and spread it out.
     

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