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Discussion in 'Dieting / Supplement Discussion' started by ObsceneJester, Sep 2, 2005.

  1. ObsceneJester

    ObsceneJester Banned Banned

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    Hey Sherdog

    I've got another question for ya'll and thank you for answering the ones before

    My meals go as Morning Oatmeal, lunch a can of tuna, dinner salad with ham chuncks on the side..with an egg

    I take a protein shake (20g) 2 a day (in the morning and after workout) along with the tuna and I heard if you want to eat your bodyweight in protien or near it..

    How can I do this

    Thanks Sherdgo
     
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    Sinister Doctor of Doom Staff Member Senior Moderator

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    Yuo're going to have to either supplement, or add protein real-food snacks to your regimen. One of the best things to snack on is raw almonds. They don't taste bad, they have protein AND good fat, and a small amount of them you can add like 100 calories per serving to your regimen of nothing but good nutrients. But it also looks like you're not getting enough vegetables/natural sugars/good fats in your regimen either, which are things that often go overlooked. You could stand to eat a lot more and I wager have better muscle structure, unless of course you're looking specifically to cut, in which case I'd still encourage eating more times a day but can understand keeping the calories low, doing that myself.
     
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    Gsoares2*** Banned Banned

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    I second the notion for almonds. also walnuts would not be a bad choice for a snack on food.

    here is small idea and time frames

    wake up: protein shake
    8 am: oatmeal
    10:30am: almonds,cottage cheese
    1:00pm: can of tuna over tomatoes, lettuce, and onions.
    3:00pm: 7-8 walnuts, tangarine, or veggie of choice.
    5:00pm Post work out Protein shake
    6:00pm chicken breast, wheat rice, and broccli
    8:00pm. Yogurt with 1 scoop protein in 16 oz water.

    general idea, something i got decent results with.
    should get you close to what you need.
     
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    damn! im tired of tuna
     
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    Madmick Cerebrage Staff Member Senior Moderator

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    Have you tried the solid white albacore, or even better, the canned pink salmon? They mix it up a little.
     

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