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rufunky
08-12-2009, 05:30 PM
I've always been the "eat anything and everything" and nvr get fat
type. No longer the case.

Now I'm in search for that perfect diet for me.

Anyway, I would like to see what you guys with the 3,000- 3,500 cal range diets consist of..

the59sound
08-12-2009, 06:01 PM
3000 cals

Meal 1
Shrimp Omelet (spinach/tomato/mushrooms/onions) - 400 cals
Shredded Wheat/Almond Milk/Blueberries - 400 cals

Meal 2
Protein Shake - 110 calories

Meal 3
Tuna Sandwhiches - 450 calories

Meal 4

Peannut Butter Sandwhich/banana - 500 calories

Meal 5

Tilapia/Rice/Spinach - 450 calories


LIFT

Meal 6

Stir Fry (lean meat/rice/veggies) - 550 calories

Meal 7

Greek Yogurt/peaches or something random - 150 calories




Thats just the way I like to do it, it could be much simpler, you can always make meals more calorie dense by adding olive oil or topping it with some sort of cheese or something.

rufunky
08-12-2009, 06:14 PM
3000 cals

Meal 1
Shrimp Omelet (spinach/tomato/mushrooms/onions) - 400 cals
Shredded Wheat/Almond Milk/Blueberries - 400 cals

Meal 2
Protein Shake - 110 calories

Meal 3
Tuna Sandwhiches - 450 calories

Meal 4

Peannut Butter Sandwhich/banana - 500 calories

Meal 5

Tilapia/Rice/Spinach - 450 calories


LIFT

Meal 6

Stir Fry (lean meat/rice/veggies) - 550 calories

Meal 7

Greek Yogurt/peaches or something random - 150 calories




Thats just the way I like to do it, it could be much simpler, you can always make meals more calorie dense by adding olive oil or topping it with some sort of cheese or something.

Nice variety you have there.
I like the sound of that shrimp omelet!

the59sound
08-12-2009, 07:19 PM
Nice variety you have there.
I like the sound of that shrimp omelet!


Oh dude the shrimp omelet is AMAZING. If you want it to be even better take thinly cut peices of salmon and lightly bake them with olive oil and put it on top of the shrimp omelet and you have an amazing meal. Also, I strongly urge you to add more fish to your diet, as you can see i eat quite a bit of it and since I started my performance in the gym has increased some of the best lean meats out there are tilapia/salmon/and tuna steak.

Eloquent
08-12-2009, 08:11 PM
Ya..

fat free refried beans, whole wheat pasta, whole grain bread, air popped popcorn, milk, whey, lean chicken, lean turkey breast, rotisserie chicken, fat free cottage cheese, pizza sauce (no added sugar), fat free feta, peanuts, almonds..