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post #1 of 18 (permalink) Old 04-13-2009, 01:37 PM Thread Starter
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Please critique my diet plan

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I apologize for writing but do not write English well

I train 5 or 6 times a week, 3 times muay Thai and Brazilian jiujitsu 2 times

please critique my diet plan because I want to stay in my weight category (-81kg)

I am 187cm high and 82kg weight

Breakfast:
3 whole eggs scrambled
1 small portion of oats
1 fruit
1 yogurt

snack
2 apples

lunch
-1 Portion of rice or pasta according to what my girl as coocked
-200grchicken
-1 Tablespoon olive oil
-vegetables

snack
-1 Fruit
- 1 scoop of protein powder (whey)

dinner:
- (if I train) wholeweat bread
- (if I dont train) 1 fruit
-vegetables with 1 tablespoon vegetable oil
-200gr lean beef


what do you think?

I want to stay in power and weight



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Looks good, how many calories does that come out to? And how many grams of proteins and carbs? It looks like you might want to eat a little more, and what sorts of fruits are you eating? Apples are good for you and all, but there are better alternatives.

I'd also say add some more veggies, maybe a spinach salad with some feta cheese, blueberries, etc., something like that.

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Yea you might want to eat a bit more depending on your size. What is your height and weight, and what type of muscle/frame do you have right now?

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Looks good, how many calories does that come out to? And how many grams of proteins and carbs? It looks like you might want to eat a little more, and what sorts of fruits are you eating? Apples are good for you and all, but there are better alternatives.

I'd also say add some more veggies, maybe a spinach salad with some feta cheese, blueberries, etc., something like that.

Also, check out this link, it has some good foods to throw in: Link
Thank you for repling and for the link!

the caloric intake is approx. 2300-2400kcals because i dont want to obsessively weigh food and i take the better choose from my mother kitchen
approx.
protein 180grams
carbs: 330 grams
fat:55 grams
fiber:20 grams

my fruit are: plums, bananas, oranges, kiwis, grapes, pineapple, melon, berries etc

veggies: all type

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Yea you might want to eat a bit more depending on your size. What is your height and weight, and what type of muscle/frame do you have right now?

im 186cm and i weight around 81kg i would to be 77kgrams!

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I would still say eat a little more. Your calories should be at least around 3k to let your body recover the way it needs to from the extensive training. I think you should add in a salad for the first snack of the day using spinach leaves, blueberries, feta cheese, some almonds, and a light dressing. You can cut in those apples and throw it in there too, actually.

So, more calories, and more veggies.




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I would still say eat a little more. Your calories should be at least around 3k to let your body recover the way it needs to from the extensive training. I think you should add in a salad for the first snack of the day using spinach leaves, blueberries, feta cheese, some almonds, and a light dressing. You can cut in those apples and throw it in there too, actually.

So, more calories, and more veggies.
mmhh the last time who i have increased my caloric intake to 3500kcal i've increased my weight to 85kg

i want to eat peaceful and moderate in portions and cut my weight to remain in category

so:

i add 20gr of almonds in snacks and cheese at lunch ok? i will cut the same?


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mmhh the last time who i have increased my caloric intake to 3500kcal i've increased my weight to 85kg
Were you still training 5-6 times a week when this happened?

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i want to eat peaceful and moderate in portions and cut my weight to remain in category

so:

i add 20gr of almonds in snacks and cheese at lunch ok? i will cut the same?

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Yeah that'd be good, I'd suggest throwing in a few handfuls of almonds during that snack with the apple, and then before bed you should eat some cottage cheese and some peanut butter.




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Were you still training 5-6 times a week when this happened?

-yes, but 3 times week muay thai e 2 time weight training taking a creatine supplements


Yeah that'd be good, I'd suggest throwing in a few handfuls of almonds during that snack with the apple, and then before bed you should eat some cottage cheese and some peanut butter.
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mmhh the last time who i have increased my caloric intake to 3500kcal i've increased my weight to 85kg

i want to eat peaceful and moderate in portions and cut my weight to remain in category

so:

i add 20gr of almonds in snacks and cheese at lunch ok? i will cut the same?


thanks

Listen to wukka hes a well educated mofo on the subject

jesus, i'd execute kittens to be 2 inches taller and a lean 187lbs : /



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