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As long as you meet the minimum requirements, the rest is absolutely up to you. Having them all as carbs is okay, splitting it a different way is fine too.
Don't go by this calculator. Read the sticky on calculating the macros, and go by that.
Just eat different types of food, don't pack on just junk/fast food..
You can go with sweet potatoes, potatoes (fried is caloric dense as well), olive oil, chicken thighs, meat, smoothies..
I don't like eating salad or vegetables at all.
You have to, so cook it, make it in any form you'd like. Seasoning really helps, sauce, and possibly olives/blue cheese, nomnomnom
Everything you eat has a caloric value and macronutrient content. It doesn't matter the name of the actual food you're eating as long as you're hitting your daily intake. Read the stickies for more...
Increase your fat intake as suggested to be above the minimum and don't worry about the rest.
^That's not a thought, that's just misinforming.
@ OP, If you're not losing weight, then you're either miscounting your calories, or those calories are your TDEE; reduce your calories by 200~300...
Not sure of the first part of the question, however, the minimum recommendation of fat consumption is 0.45 x body weight in lbs.
When the body doesn't receive enough fat, you're at risk of a few...
The important question is why are you doing this?
Just eat normally with moderation, live your life, and lift weights.. Don't obsess with these things..
At your weight you should aim for 2~3 max a month.
What lifting routine/split are you currently on?
When bulking up, you can bulk until you feel uncomfortable with your body fat and that's...
How do you know that you're eating 3,700 calories? Are you weighing all your food on a scale? And where are you inputting this data? This could be a good place to start.
Your TDEE depends on your...
Keto is in no way shape or form superior than normal eating. Count your calories & Macros, and you should be fine.
Carbs are good for you -)
And what I mentioned above isn't high carbs? It's carbs for the most part. but taste much better with variety rather than chugging down outs for God's sake..
With 300g of oats, I don't think this will blend well at all, but try it anyway.
Here's my suggestion instead:
500ml of milk
2 tbsp of peanut butter
160g of vanilla ice cream
1 Scoop of...
I suggest going on a proven lifting routine rather than doing your own thing.
You cannot 'target' fat reduction, however, when you lose weight, it happens to your entire body.
Yes, as a novice,...
Don't see what the problem would be if blended. It's the same way as ingesting fine oats..I have oats in my shake every day.
They're only baseline. If you're gaining 1 KG per month @ 2,700; stick to that as it's ideal for you until you stall then increase your calories slowly accordingly.
You have to start somewhere..Given your status I'd start at 2,700 calories and aim for ~2 KG gain a month (Take a weekly average, and if you're gaining 0.5kg per week then stick to it, if you're...
If you've got specific requirements, just go by that.
You can add honey, olive oil, coconut milk/almond milk/water, bananas, strawberries, oats, and ice cream.