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seper611
01-29-2009, 06:14 PM
i've been eating pretty similiar for the past weeks and i just calculated nutritional info. I eat about 6 meals a day but i only included 5 in the totals because everyday my dinner is completely different (whatever my mom wants to make) its usually a pretty healthy meal.
anyways i had a total of 2215 calories (not including meal 5; dinner) 150 g proterin, 218g carbs, and 72g fat. for a rtatio of appox 30-40-30. i'm pretty sure i should up the protein and lower the carbs.
i believe the i'm eating enough food cause i'm geuss i would have a total of around 2500 with meal five included.so i wanted to see what my ratio of pros carbs and fats should be and to make sure i'm eating enough food. also i'm around 10-12% bf.

seper611
01-29-2009, 08:02 PM
come on baby you know you're the girl of my dreams...

Blindead
01-29-2009, 08:03 PM
Not enough calories for a bulk if you want to pack on mass.

determined4000
01-29-2009, 08:19 PM
Id shoot fr 2750 (240 pro, 275 carbs, 76g fat)
6 meals a day of
a. Lean Protein- Chicken breast, turkey breast, chunk light tuna, egg whites, whey , lean beef, cottage cheese
b. Healthy fats- Peanut Butter, Nuts, flax, fish oil, olive oil, dressings (without added sugar or hydrogenated oil, avocado, Promise butter spread, omegas
c. Unrefined carbs- Oats/oatmeal, whole grains (breads, wraps and cereals), sweet potatoes, beans, fruit (whole better than dried or juice) and LOTS of veggies
Milk

dinger8
01-29-2009, 08:27 PM
Id shoot fr 2750 (240 pro, 275 carbs, 76g fat)
6 meals a day of
a. Lean Protein- Chicken breast, turkey breast, chunk light tuna, egg whites, whey , lean beef, cottage cheese
b. Healthy fats- Peanut Butter, Nuts, flax, fish oil, olive oil, dressings (without added sugar or hydrogenated oil, avocado, Promise butter spread, omegas
c. Unrefined carbs- Oats/oatmeal, whole grains (breads, wraps and cereals), sweet potatoes, beans, fruit (whole better than dried or juice) and LOTS of veggies
Milk
ya i guess if your 5foot2 2700 cal would be enough but not for the grown ups

determined4000
01-29-2009, 08:34 PM
ya i guess if your 5foot2 2700 cal would be enough but not for the grown ups

check the OP
he is 16 and eating 2500 now

dinger8
01-29-2009, 08:37 PM
ya hes 16 and his meto and hormones are raging hes burning 2000 cals in his sleep

determined4000
01-29-2009, 09:03 PM
ya hes 16 and his meto and hormones are raging hes burning 2000 cals in his sleep

yeah he might need 4000
but if he is eating 2500 now I would only advise bumping 250 per week

dinger8
01-29-2009, 09:21 PM
yeah he might need 4000
but if he is eating 2500 now I would only advise bumping 250 per week
there is no time like right now to start eating
starting off slow just gives your body a chance to get used to extra cals and adjust so it can stay the same, not to mention its a skinny guy excuse
i dont want to get fat

2k89Power
01-29-2009, 09:40 PM
You eat 2,500 a day Bump it up 250 a day and maintain for a week. then bump up another 250.

Slowly over a period of 1 month - 2 months u go from 2,500 cal's to 5,000 cals which is what anyone needs to add huge mass. I eat about 6,000 a day.

seper611
02-11-2009, 08:33 PM
so would a 40-40-20 ratios be good or what

Vietgoboi
02-11-2009, 09:52 PM
so would a 40-40-20 ratios be good or what
It doesn't have to be exact #. Use 40/40/20 as guide line for now. Play around with your macro later on. 35/35/30 etc....