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Steph0312 wrote:Thanks very much for that analysis. I knew my fat intake was higher than normal, but figured that when you do low carb/high protein, fat increases because you're replacing carbs with protein?
If this helps, this week as an example my ave daily intake (and this is higher than usual because I had a bit of a relaxed week) was:
Cals: 1,500. Fat 66gms. Carbs 149gms. Fibre 17gms. Protein 88gms. Sugar 62gms.
Any suggestions as to what I should be doing food-wise in this case?
I workout between 1-1.5hrs, and that includes 30-40mins of interval cardio, and then either a circuit using my own body for weight (aka lunges, squats, etc) or light free weights. At 20 years old, female, 65kgs, my maintenance at this level is apparently around 2,000...but my intake is usually 1,300ish.
I don't have any soda during the week, just at least 8 glasses of water a day, peppermint or green tea and don't add sugar to anything.
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