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Artyi
04-12-2011, 03:38 AM
After testing myself with lots of diet plans and at last reading those stickies I came to this meal plan for another few months, by preparing for a summer season.

My height: 5'10", weight: 156 pounds
Aiming for 2000kcal, 50/25/25

Will change protein bar with some cottage cheese and yoghurt or some other kind of protein and fat source, as don't like those sweeteners and alcohol in the protein bar. But I have to finish my box...:)

Supplements:

Whey protein shake
Xtend
Mono Creatine
Multi
Casein protein Shake

Diet:

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Guys, please comment your ideas. Thank you.

Joseph1990
04-12-2011, 03:42 AM
http://forum.bodybuilding.com/showthread.php?t=129523333
http://forum.bodybuilding.com/attachment.php?attachmentid=3257113&stc=1&d=1302604970


1-1.5g of protein per lb of lean body mass,

.45g of fat minimum per lb of body weight.

Carbs will vary depending on the individual. Consume your minimum requirements for protein and fat first then feast on all the carbs you want with your left over calories. Myself as a example my carb intake varies from 100-200g per day. http://forum.bodybuilding.com/showpost.php?p=625672783&postcount=35

Always deal with absolute numbers. Ratios and percentages are not to be used and should be disregarded as a form of measurement when tracking macronutrients.

Example: 40/40/20 = yourdoingitwrong.

Whey and casein whey are not necessary. Whey has zero benefit over eating whole foods for your protein intake. If protein intake is insufficient then you should consume whey to hit your macros. Besides that no point and especially not idea on a cut.

2,000 calories looks right depending on your activity level.

Artyi
04-12-2011, 03:59 AM
So it should be:

2000kcal
70 g of fat
200 g of protein
and 140 g of carbs maximum...

Yeah, as I see removing protein powders will reduce the exact amount of protein intake which is over my daily basis...

Joseph1990
04-12-2011, 04:37 AM
So it should be:

2000kcal
70 g of fat
200 g of protein
and 140 g of carbs maximum...

That will work just fine. If satiety is not a problem I would trade some protein for carbs.


Yeah, as I see removing protein powders will reduce the exact amount of protein intake which is over my daily basis...

I did not say to remove whey because your protein intake is to high, in fact I didn't say to remove it at all. I just informed you that there is no need for it if your diet is already sufficient in protein.

Artyi
04-12-2011, 06:00 AM
That will work just fine. If satiety is not a problem I would trade some protein for carbs.



I did not say to remove whey because your protein intake is to high, in fact I didn't say to remove it at all. I just informed you that there is no need for it if your diet is already sufficient in protein.

Thank you for your advice.
I guess I will go with an extra few spoons of peanut butter, lol