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    Arrow Critique the diet of a broke college student on a meal plan...

    Typical college student, I have to get almost all of my food from the school (Required meal plan, don't have access to a stove/oven, not allowed to have george forearm grills in dorm)

    I am 5'11, about 170lbs, and I am cutting, yes cutting, my bf is around 12%, but I want to lose more for the summer

    (Take 1 fish oil caplet 3x day, multivitamin at breakfast, drink plenty of water throughout the day)

    Breakfast 8:00 am
    2 scoops powdered eggs (444 calories, 56g protein)
    (No idea how much grams per scoop, just going off the biggest serving size on nutritiondata.com)
    4 strips thin bacon (172 calories, 12g protein)
    1 bowl oatmeal (102 calories, 4g protein)
    1 pint orange juice (110 calories, 2g protein)

    Snack 11:00 am
    1 banana (105 calories, 1g protein)
    1 scoop whey in water (120 calories, 24g protein)

    Lunch 3:30 pm
    1 KFC tender roast (no sauce, just bread, chicken, lettuce) (300 calories, 34g protein)
    1 scoop whey with water (120 calories, 24g protein)

    Dinner 6:30 (also serves kinda as pre-workout?)
    1 KFC tender roast (no sauce) (300 calories, 34g protein)
    1 scoop whey in water (120 calories, 24 g protein)
    1 cup brewed green tea

    Workout around 7:15pm

    Post workout (around 9:30)
    2 scoops whey in water (240 calories, 48 gram protein)

    Snack 11:00 pm
    1/2 cup 2% cottage cheese (90 calories, 12g protein)
    (I'm trying to work my way up to 1 cup, but this stuff tastes like crap)
    1 tbsp natty pb (100 calories, 3g protein)
    1/2 scoop whey (60 calories, 12 g protein)

    Total
    around 2300 calories
    around 290g protein (which seems very high)

    This could be off because of the eggs at breakfast.


    I cannot wait to live in an apartment next year, but for now, this is how my diet looks. I am not eating at the cafeteria style places because the food is crap and they rarely have healthy meats (grilled chicken, lean beef, turkey, etc).
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    Originally Posted by PROTEINNN View Post
    around 2300 calories
    around 290g protein (which seems very high)
    That is very high. I would suggest subbing some of your whey shakes with fruit or other carb. Not that this diet wont work... its all cal in vs cal out, but personally if i dont have enough carbs on a cut i feel like $hit. And generally its 1g/lb for protein so ~170ish should be plenty.
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    Originally Posted by always_sunny View Post
    That is very high. I would suggest subbing some of your whey shakes with fruit or other carb. Not that this diet wont work... its all cal in vs cal out, but personally if i dont have enough carbs on a cut i feel like $hit. And generally its 1g/lb for protein so ~170ish should be plenty.
    yeah, I never really kept up with nutrition, and now this is the first time I noticed how much grams of protein im taking in (I think's around 1.75g/lb).


    And I think I'll take out a shake or two and sub in an apple?
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    anyone else?
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    Drop the whey at lunch and dinner imo.
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