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    cutting diet help needed,

    HI Ladies and any gentleman lurking....
    Im planning to a cut on Jan 7th (after visiting family etc). I have done alot of research for the cutting diet, and my exercise is in line and on schedule.
    I am at the stage where I know my body type meso leaning to endo,
    im 1.65m tall, 69kg, (with too much bf for my ideal - 24.5%)
    I have workout my BMR and dont my break down of protein, carb and fat into Grams and calories per day....
    I have my whey shakes and i like to eat, and want to eat 5 meals a day.

    My issue now is, i dont know how to figure out what to eat, i know my ideal sources of food, but i dont know how to work out what to eat to make up the right amount of grams and calories.
    I hope i make sense, i know what i need in terms of stats but as far as what food and how to figure out what i want to eat.. .im stuck now..... =/

    any tips?

    Ive seen lots of sample plans for 200lbs men.... but obviously thats not correct for my needs....
    all tips will be appreciated!

    oh and so i was looking at dave palumbos keto mostly... so you know what ive been looking at.. and articles here. Ive gotten some great gains in my strength and muscle since I started wightlifting, but fat is covering my muscles and so my results arent visible, my goal now is to shred some of that, see how i look and then adjust my exercise and diet from there on in..... only in the beginning stages of lifting etc
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    Take the foods you like, buy a food scale, and weigh them to get accurate calorie counts for them (nutritional info is on labels, or you can look it up if you need to). Eat what you like as long as you get sufficient macro and micro nutrient intake.
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    Originally Posted by gbullock32 View Post
    Take the foods you like, buy a food scale, and weigh them to get accurate calorie counts for them (nutritional info is on labels, or you can look it up if you need to). Eat what you like as long as you get sufficient macro and micro nutrient intake.
    got food scale ... so for meat, i dont have any nutritional info.. butcher doesnt have that, obviously the same is for fresh veggies too.....is it just a matter of estimating it based on what u find on the internet?
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    Originally Posted by jordyanne91 View Post
    got food scale ... so for meat, i dont have any nutritional info.. butcher doesnt have that, obviously the same is for fresh veggies too.....is it just a matter of estimating it based on what u find on the internet?
    http://nutritiondata.self.com/

    This is the site I use for nutritional info on foods without labels (there are other sites too).
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    Hi Jordyanne, the most important thing you can do is be consistent with your cooking and diet. Once your eating and cooking is consistent, then you can see how your body reacts to what your feeding it. If you dont like the results then you know something must be changed...carbs, fats, whatever it may be. As long as you are consistent though, you have a baseline to work from, and you can get to your goals.
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    Myfitnesspal is a great way to track your nutrient intake.
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    Originally Posted by g_mau18 View Post
    Hi Jordyanne, the most important thing you can do is be consistent with your cooking and diet. Once your eating and cooking is consistent, then you can see how your body reacts to what your feeding it. If you dont like the results then you know something must be changed...carbs, fats, whatever it may be. As long as you are consistent though, you have a baseline to work from, and you can get to your goals.
    Thanks, done some thinking and research, and Im starting a keto cut tomorrow, gone and shopped and prepped. Thanks everyone =)
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    Originally Posted by jordyanne91 View Post
    Thanks, done some thinking and research, and Im starting a keto cut tomorrow, gone and shopped and prepped. Thanks everyone =)
    Good job getting prepped!! I agree with scotthm2, myfitnesspal.com is a great tracker for food intake
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