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    Is 100g of nuts too much?

    Hey all,

    I've started eating 100g of cashew nuts a day. They are roasted salted nuts, and have the following nutiritional benefits:

    Per 100g:

    Calories: 655
    Protein:30
    Fat: 51
    Carbs: 19

    It's good to have such a huge amount of calories as it helps bulk up my diet a bit, also the protein amount is great too.

    Any thoughts?
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    Originally Posted by redrabbit View Post
    Hey all,

    I've started eating 100g of cashew nuts a day. They are roasted salted nuts, and have the following nutiritional benefits:

    Per 100g:

    Calories: 655
    Protein:30
    Fat: 51
    Carbs: 19

    It's good to have such a huge amount of calories as it helps bulk up my diet a bit, also the protein amount is great too.

    Any thoughts?
    looks like it fits in ur macros.. go for unsalted if u want.. dont know how much sodium u consume or if you really care about it.. but nothing wrong with that at all

    make sure u get other fats from peanut butter, oil's etc etc.. 51g is not enough for a 180lb person
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    too much? Too much of/for what?
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    Originally Posted by LayzieBone085
    looks like it fits in ur macros.. go for unsalted if u want.. dont know how much sodium u consume or if you really care about it.. but nothing wrong with that at all

    make sure u get other fats from peanut butter, oil's etc etc.. 51g is not enough for a 180lb person
    Excellent. Thanks for the advice. I've started a new diet, aiming to eat roughly about 3000-3200 calories a day. Yesterday for example I had:

    calories: 3108
    protein: 295
    fat: 88.95
    carbs: 267.9

    Does that look about right? I'm aiming to put on muscle and size, but also become generally fitter (for running and cardiovascular too), and stronger.

    Originally Posted by rock_ten View Post
    too much? Too much of/for what?
    Not really sure of what I specifically wanted to know, but just wondered if it was OK to eat that many nuts. 655 is a lot of calories to get from one food source, just wasn't sure if that was bad.
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    Originally Posted by redrabbit View Post
    Excellent. Thanks for the advice. I've started a new diet, aiming to eat roughly about 3000-3200 calories a day. Yesterday for example I had:

    calories: 3108
    protein: 295
    fat: 88.95
    carbs: 267.9

    Does that look about right? I'm aiming to put on muscle and size, but also become generally fitter (for running and cardiovascular too), and stronger.



    Not really sure of what I specifically wanted to know, but just wondered if it was OK to eat that many nuts. 655 is a lot of calories to get from one food source, just wasn't sure if that was bad.

    eh i dont think u need the 300g of protein.. i would bump that down and get around i would say 275max and keep the carbs around 300 and fats about 90-95.. looks good but a lil too much protein maybe..

    not bad man.. record ur results for the week and check the scale and let us know how things are going
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    Originally Posted by LayzieBone085 View Post
    eh i dont think u need the 300g of protein.. i would bump that down and get around i would say 275max and keep the carbs around 300 and fats about 90-95.. looks good but a lil too much protein maybe..

    not bad man.. record ur results for the week and check the scale and let us know how things are going
    That was a bit of a one-off to be honest. I got 66g of protein from a single piece of beef steak!!!

    Most other days I'm getting about 245g of protein.
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    Thumbs up Diet

    Diet looks good, I agree that you might want to add some more fat, against popular belief it actually helps keep you slim. Protein looks good; how has it been working for you so far?
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    Originally Posted by redrabbit View Post

    Not really sure of what I specifically wanted to know, but just wondered if it was OK to eat that many nuts. 655 is a lot of calories to get from one food source, just wasn't sure if that was bad.
    I reserve 1000+ daily calories for PB, 655 is plenty
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    Originally Posted by PatMac View Post
    I reserve 1000+ daily calories for PB, 655 is plenty
    That's a lot of omega-6! How much fish/fish oil or omega-3's do you consume?
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    Honestly I have no idea..I eat fish from time to time if theres anything decent in the dining halls, but all my fats from PB and occassionally trail mix
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    Try taking at least 4 grams of quality fish oil a day

    Originally Posted by Jules Verne View Post
    That's a lot of omega-6! How much fish/fish oil or omega-3's do you consume?
    Its the #1 supplement we should all take. There are literally hundreds of benefits found so far for Omega 3's.
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    Honestly I have no idea..I eat fish from time to time if theres anything decent in the dining halls, but all my fats from PB and occassionally trail mix
    OK. Not sure how to reply to that. I certainly don't want to preach to someone who didn't even ask an opinion.
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    Eat walnuts if you can stand them. Loads of Omega-3's. 100g of walnuts would be around the same amount of calories and such, but would offer like 8 grams (not mg) of Omega-3s. Walnuts are my fav source of O3.
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    OK. Not sure how to reply to that. I certainly don't want to preach to someone who didn't even ask an opinion.
    i am sure , he dont need your opinion. Inmadure!!!!!!!
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    That's a lot of omega-6! How much fish/fish oil or omega-3's do you consume?
    do you care? He doesnt need your inmadure opinion!!! Grow up inmadure!!!!!!
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    Originally Posted by toms1967mustang View Post
    Diet looks good, I agree that you might want to add some more fat, against popular belief it actually helps keep you slim. Protein looks good; how has it been working for you so far?
    Thanks.

    I've been thinking about the protein. I thought I heard it was 1-2g of protein per lb of body weight. Seeing as I weight roughly 170-180lbs, then it would be about right having 200 - that would obviously the top of the scale. As I said I don't normally have that amount every day.

    As for how the diet has been going, not too bad. I'm 3 days into it, it's always been a hard thing for me to stick too. I don't really eat too much junk, only chocolate a couple of times a week, and maybe beer every few weeks, but nothing major.

    I've been lifting on and off for ages, but never really stuck hugely to it. I have a 3 day split happening.

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