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milpol78
04-29-2009, 07:52 AM
here it is all this and still not gaining weight not sure if i can eat more any suggestions im 6' aroun 235lbs actually lost a few lbs

scoop of whey
3 whites 3 whole eggs
1 cup uncooked oatmeal

1 cup cottage cheese
3oz almonds
banana

5oz chicken
10oz sweet tater
1 cup spinach or brocolli

5oz chicken
1 cup brown rice
half avacado

5oz chicken
10oz sweet tater
1 cup spinach or brocolli

5oz chicken
1 cup brn rice

pre workout 2 scoops whey
apple

post 2 scoops whey
large white bagel

5oz either chicken,salmon,halibut or turkey
half cup brn rice
1 cup spinach or brocolli

night shake
banana
1/4 oatmeal
scoop casein
2 tablespoons natty
milk

yoyoyolilembryo
04-29-2009, 08:25 AM
what amount of calories does that come out to?

milpol78
04-29-2009, 08:36 AM
its pushin close to 5000 i dont have the exact number with me here since im working but have it written down at the house.

LatinoMusculito
04-29-2009, 09:03 AM
It's really quite simple. Not easy to pound back +5k calories, but it's a simple concept: at 235 lbs you better bet your ass you're gonna have to eat +5k cals if you want to grow.

milpol78
04-29-2009, 09:13 AM
thats what im sayin and i am eatin that much but still not gainin actually lost a few. not sure i can eat more one buddy suggested blending but that dont sound too good. guess gotta do what u can to gain.

yoyoyolilembryo
04-29-2009, 09:40 AM
id go to the dr and get checked out. If that works out to 5000cal and youre losing weight, something is wrong. According to your BMR based on the stats you gave, your BMR should be in the high 2ks...like 2700 or so..

Given that...if truly eating 5000 cals and losing weight, you either are not eating that everyday, it doesnt really add up to 5k cals..or something else is wrong. What kind of work do you do?

Theenforcer1
04-29-2009, 09:58 AM
id go to the dr and get checked out. If that works out to 5000cal and youre losing weight, something is wrong. According to your BMR based on the stats you gave, your BMR should be in the high 2ks...like 2700 or so..

Given that...if truly eating 5000 cals and losing weight, you either are not eating that everyday, it doesnt really add up to 5k cals..or something else is wrong. What kind of work do you do?
or you know...he's working out....

OP just eat more.