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Postby chithanh119 » Thu Dec 04, 2008 8:37 pm

At this moment in time im trying to build size and mass, im in the gym 5 days aweek, but is my diet ok?????
Meal 1. is 100g of honey and oats and a protein and carb shake
meal 2. is 8 eggs whites and 2 whole eggs 3 slices of brown bread and 1 banana 1 protein ad carb shake.
I then hit the gym for an hour.
Meal 3 post workout. 1 banana another protein and carb shake 50g almonds.
Meal 4. 200g pasta 1 tin of tuna 1 tin of tomatoes, a jar of olives and tin oinion.
Meal 5. 100g of honey and oats
Meal 6. 50g of cottage cheese and 50g of pinapple
Meal 7. 1 protein drink with skimmed milk
Im 180 pounds and 5ft 10, with little body fat, but am i on the right tracks??? or could i improve any???
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Re: is my diet ok

Postby Gordz » Thu Dec 04, 2008 8:58 pm

sounds like a hell of alot of food to me... meal 2 is massive!

what excercises are you doing? The diet and excercise go hand in hand so it's hard to make informed responses without knowing the full story.
Aussie Male, 26, 194cm.

Start date: 12/8/2013
Highest - 144.8kg

Current - 141.3kg

Goal - 110kg

3.5kg lost

31.3kg to go
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Re: is my diet ok

Postby sheena » Thu Dec 04, 2008 9:27 pm

A person who wishes to attain fitness and healthy living should follow proper diet and exercise routines to ensure a balanced lifestyle.

Make healthy selections for protein -- fish and poultry and limit the amount of red meat in your diet. Plan to reduce your intake of fat in your diet, animal fats and other fats. Use healthy oils such as virgin olive oil and canola oil when cooking. Bake or poach your fish and poultry to help reduce the amount of fat in your diet. Eliminate or reduce your consumption of fried foods, such as donuts and potato chips. Try healthier choices such as popcorn (with a little or no butter) and rice cakes.
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