So my aim is for 3000 calories, according to myfitnesspal this comes in at just under that, with macros of
I know I don't need that much protein but made up excess calorie with more protein, sure some will say my last 'meal' is bit crap but by then I won't be hungry so made up calories with milk, but as I said I will be having stuff when hungry so might have the milk with dinner and then leave it.
I know I don't need to eat 6 times a day, I will eat when hungry but just set it out this way, it's all foods I really like and hit my mininum macros, but i am newbie so might be but crap so suggestions welcome.
Linusit - Organic Premium Milled Flaxseed 1 teaspoon (15g)
Tesco Organic - Gala Apples, 133 g for one apple
Tesco Finest - Scottish Porridge Oats, 50 g
Tesco - Smooth Peanut Butter, 25% Less Fat, 1 Tbsp
Tesco - Value Whole Egg White, 3 egg whites
Tesco - Value Whole Egg, 2 eggs
Tesco - Finest Farmhouse Multigrain Batch, 2 slices
Tesco - Tuna Chunks In Brine (Correct Values), 1 tin
Tesco - Tesco Snack Pack Cashew Nuts 25g
***e - Total 0% Fat Free Greek Strained Yoghurt 100g
Tesco - Brown Fusilli Pasta, 75 gr uncooked
Tescos Value - Coldwater Prawns, 100g
Tesco - Cucumber, 100 g
Tesco - Cherry Tomatoes, 60g
Tesco - Finest Farmhouse Multigrain Batch, 2 Slice
Tesco - No added water honey roast ham 132g, 2 slice
Tesco - Tesco Snack Pack Cashew Nuts 24g
Tesco Market Value - Skinless Chicken Breast Fillets 2 Small , 160g
Tesco Easy Cook - Brown Rice 75g
Tesco - Freshly Frozen Very Fine Whole Green Beans, 160 g
Tesco - Semi-Skimmed Milk, 500ml
***e - Total 0% fat free Greek yoghurt 100g
The fat free products is to balance out macros, I love carbs so wanted lots with excess calories after protein and fat
Sure I will have some so called crappy foods to and fit them into my macros, but for whole I aim to stick quite closely to above foods as know I will stick to that as all foods I really enjoy...brb McDonald's.
Cheers, hope it's ok but probably ****
Thread: 3000 calorie 'diet'