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    ^ You're missing the point.

    As I said, I was just trying to clarify for others that there is no accepted definition of "clean food" and that you can eat a wide variety of yummy whole foods and get the same outcome as someone eating mostly protein shakes, skinless chicken, skim milk and the like.

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    Also, I asked you a question at the end of my last post. I asked you if my proposition seemed fair. Does it?
    No, it's ridiculous.

    Why is it that whenever someone doesn't have substantive foundation to stand on, s/he resorts to the "who is bigger" argument???
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    I would have to force-feed myself every one of those meals minus the final one. Dry oat bread and almonds all day? More power to you if you can force that stuff down your throat all week. When you hear stories of people just giving up on their diets because they are sick of eating god awfully boring foods, this is what I picture. Whatever works for you though.
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    Some math is wrong there bro.

    Meal 3 Milk is off. That Banana will weigh less than the typical 25-27g carb banana, if you've ever had to weigh one....you'll see. That's just some, there are others but nonetheless with 5000 calories I'd have more fun. Each to their own but I praise you for being able to consume that without getting fat.

    very jelly.
    Meal 3 milk should say 16oz, not 8. Measurement is off. Good to see you paying so much attention though
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    Originally Posted by WonderPug View Post
    No, it's ridiculous.
    How so? You are basically telling me I'm doing it wrong, yet I don't see any proof that you are doing it any more right than I am. I'm just stating facts.

    It was your choice to come in here with your replies, not mine.
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    Originally Posted by ko300zx View Post
    I would have to force-feed myself every one of those meals minus the final one. Dry oat bread and almonds all day? More power to you if you can force that stuff down your throat all week. When you hear stories of people just giving up on their diets because they are sick of eating god awfully boring foods, this is what I picture. Whatever works for you though.
    I agree totally, and the sad part is people get no benefit from suffering with this type of diet.

    They could be eating really yummy stuff (entirely natural, whole foods) and they would get the same outcome. And their whole food diet wouldn't be deficient, so they wouldn't need to use all that protein supplementation either.
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    Originally Posted by ko300zx View Post
    I would have to force-feed myself every one of those meals minus the final one. Dry oat bread and almonds all day? More power to you if you can force that stuff down your throat all week. When you hear stories of people just giving up on their diets because they are sick of eating god awfully boring foods, this is what I picture. Whatever works for you though.
    The oat bread is moist, and tastes awesome. What would you recommend as a primary fat source over almonds or walnuts?

    I also use avocado, olive oil, and cheese as well.
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    Why don't you make a sandwich w some of that bread? Instead of a shake, have a burger or something along those
    Lines, Replace some of the almonds for some cheese and make a grilled
    Cheese ect. I feel you could have much tastier meals while still meeting your "clean" requirements.
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    Originally Posted by WonderPug View Post
    The sad part is people get no benefit from suffering with this type of diet. They could be eating really yummy stuff (entirely natural, whole foods) and getting the same outcome.
    Please provide an example of a full day, with entirely natural, whole foods. I'm genuinely interested in your approach. Might as well make it 5000 calories, since it fits with the thread.
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    Originally Posted by Christiffer View Post
    Why don't you make a sandwich w some of that bread? Instead of a shake, have a burger or something along those
    Lines, Replace some of the almonds for some cheese and make a grilled
    Cheese ect. I feel you could have much tastier meals while still meeting your "clean" requirements.
    Part of it is a time issue as well. Its much quicker and easier for me to grab almonds, bread, and a protein source than it is to prepare a grilled cheese sandwich.

    There are many personal reasons for why people eat the way they do. There are endless 'why don't you do this?' comments to be made about anyone's personal meals. Aside from personal preference, do you see anything fundamentally wrong with my meal choices?
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    Originally Posted by 2020Wellness View Post
    How so? You are basically telling me I'm doing it wrong
    I'm saying there's no special benefit from eating as you do, and that people can get absolutely equal results consuming a diet that most would consider much more enjoyable. And I'm saying that a properly designed whole food diet, with lots of really yummy foods, wouldn't have deficiencies that require protein supplements to cure.
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    Originally Posted by 2020Wellness View Post
    Aside from personal preference, do you see anything fundamentally wrong with my meal choices?
    Yes.

    There's a significant lack of fruits and vegetables, and protein intake requires supplementation, where I'd prefer to get my nutrition from whole foods.
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    Originally Posted by WonderPug View Post
    I'm saying there's no special benefit from eating as you do, and that people can get absolutely equal results consuming a diet that most would consider much more enjoyable. And I'm saying that a properly designed whole food diet, with lots of really yummy foods, wouldn't have deficiencies that require protein supplements to cure.
    My meal plan doesn't require protein supplements either, I simply choose to use them because I like them. There are plenty of days where I just have my morning shake and leave the rest of my protein to meats and cottage cheese.

    I'm just not sure why you feel the need to come into my informative and requested thread and tell people "there is no special benefit from eating this way" lol. Its like you're out to prove me wrong or something, when everything I'm doing is just fine.

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    Originally Posted by WonderPug View Post
    Yes.

    There's a significant lack of fruits and vegetables, and protein intake requires supplementation, where I'd prefer to get my nutrition from whole foods.
    Thanks for your opinion. Like I said, this is a snapshot of a day, not my entire week. I don't always use whey for protein needs.

    As far as the fruits and vegetables go, I do agree that is my weak spot in my nutrition.

    That being said, I thought I could eat anything and it would have no effect on body composition? That would mean if I'm supplementing with vitamins and minerals that there would be no need for fruits and vegetables, as I could simply eat butter instead to replace those calories.

    I'll tell you what, this thread is getting ridiculous, and you're clearly the type that likes to argue, as you're the instigator here. Maybe I'll reply to a few more of your posts, but then I'm done talking to you. Fair enough?
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    Originally Posted by 2020Wellness View Post
    I guess I just don't see the point of your posting in here really.
    Because I really feel that people can eat more enjoyable food combinations when they have 5,000 calories per day to burn through then eating meals like this one that you posted:




    Originally Posted by 2020Wellness View Post
    That being said, I thought I could eat anything and it would have no effect on body composition?

    I always indicate that the diet's contribution to bodyweight and composition is a function of caloric balance and micro/macronutrient sufficiency, and that meals should be composed from whole foods as much as possible.
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    Originally Posted by 2020Wellness View Post
    ......
    I'll tell you what, this thread is getting ridiculous, and you're clearly the type that likes to argue, as you're the instigator here. Maybe I'll reply to a few more of your posts, but then I'm done talking to you. Fair enough?

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    Originally Posted by 2020Wellness View Post
    My meal plan doesn't require protein supplements either, I simply choose to use them because I like them. There are plenty of days where I just have my morning shake and leave the rest of my protein to meats and cottage cheese.

    I'm just not sure why you feel the need to come into my informative and requested thread and tell people "there is no special benefit from eating this way" lol.
    Its like you're out to prove me wrong or something, when everything I'm doing is just fine.

    I guess I just don't see the point of your posting in here really.
    If the meals you posted in the OP are what you would recommend to others on a daily basis, then I'm sorry but you are not giving people good advice on how to eat a well-rounded diet.
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    Originally Posted by 2020Wellness View Post
    The oat bread is moist, and tastes awesome. What would you recommend as a primary fat source over almonds or walnuts?

    I also use avocado, olive oil, and cheese as well.
    I use a lot of butter, milk (not skim), cheese, fish and other meats, evoo, and some nuts.

    Side note: Martin Berkhan says nuts are the most overrated, overhyped foods in the "health conscious" community as they lack a complete amino acid profile and the polyunsaturated fats contribute to the already high imbalance of the omega3,omega 6 ratio in many diets.
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    Originally Posted by WonderPug View Post
    I can think of so many ways to have so much more fun with 5,000 calories.
    That was my first thought. 5k calories and it's being filled with whey shakes? plain bread? plain almonds with every meal? jeez....now thats what I call living it up lol
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    I was scrolling through those meals thinking surely there would be at least a cleantard version of pizza.

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    Originally Posted by ko300zx View Post
    I use a lot of butter, milk (not skim), cheese, fish and other meats, evoo, and some nuts.

    Side note: Martin Berkhan says nuts are the most overrated, overhyped foods in the "health conscious" community as they lack a complete amino acid profile and the polyunsaturated fats contribute to the already high imbalance of the omega3,omega 6 ratio in many diets.
    So basically you use the same fat sources as me. Like I said, one day of meals does not show my entire selection.
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    Originally Posted by sunngodd View Post
    I was scrolling through those meals thinking surely there would be at least a cleantard version of pizza.

    I am much dissapoint.
    Tuesday night is usually Domino's night. I know it's not the 'cleantard' version......... sorry to dissapoint.
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    If i ate 5k Cals a day i would be about 300lbs..... why is that many cals needed?
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    Originally Posted by 2020Wellness View Post
    So basically you use the same fat sources as me. Like I said, one day of meals does not show my entire selection.
    So redeem yourself, there's always tomorrow!

    I would have to say I am a bit skeptical that you eat any other way*




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    Originally Posted by Clewallen11 View Post
    If i ate 5k Cals a day i would be about 300lbs..... why is that many cals needed?
    He needs them to be at a surplus? Logic is not very strong.
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    Originally Posted by MikeK46 View Post
    That was my first thought. 5k calories and it's being filled with whey shakes? plain bread? plain almonds with every meal? jeez....now thats what I call living it up lol
    I don't consider the food someone eats as the determinant of how much they are 'living it up.'

    Food is just something I have to eat to grow muscle or lose fat. I like tasteful foods, but I don't gauge how much I'm 'living it up' on how many of them I eat, lol.

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    Originally Posted by Foe1605 View Post
    If the meals you posted in the OP are what you would recommend to others on a daily basis, then I'm sorry but you are not giving people good advice on how to eat a well-rounded diet.
    Wow. People are really taking this out of context aren't they? He never said this was what he recommended to others. Per request of people's inquisitions he put up a thread to journal HIS nutrition and caloric intake on a meal by meal basis

    It's funny that the same crowd who spouts it's all about calories in vs calories out as long as you hit your macros is getting on the OP for the way he goes about doing things.

    If someone wants to eat Chicken breast and steaks all day that's fine. If someone chooses to get the majority of their intake from Protein shakes that's fine too

    Every thread on here turns into a debate of what someone else thinks is optimal or more optimal than what the person in front of them is doing.

    This was not a debate on clean vs dirty foods (there's enough of those), this wasn't the OP saying "This is how I do it and this is how you should do it". It was simply a post to journal the OP's daily caloric intake and meal consumptions. Just because you find it boring doesn't mean it's not working for him. His results obviously speak for themselves.

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    Originally Posted by Clewallen11 View Post
    If i ate 5k Cals a day i would be about 300lbs..... why is that many cals needed?
    You are also 160lbs, that which I am not. Our diets will not be equal.
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    Originally Posted by JayAllen20 View Post
    Wow. People are really taking this out of context aren't they? He never said this was what he recommended to others. Per request of people's inquisitions he put up a thread to journal HIS nutrition and caloric intake on a meal by meal basis

    It's funny that the same crowd who spouts it's all about calories in vs calories out as long as you hit your macros is getting on the OP for the way he goes about doing things.

    If someone wants to eat Chicken breast and steaks all day that's fine. If someone chooses to get the majority of their intake from Protein shakes that's fine too

    Every thread on here turns into a debate of what someone else thinks is optimal or more optimal than what the person in front of them is doing.

    This was not a debate on clean vs dirty foods (there's enough of those), this wasn't the OP saying "This is how I do it and this is how you should do it". It was simply a post to journal the OP's daily caloric intake and meal consumptions. Just because you find it boring doesn't mean it's not working for him. His results obviously speak for themselves.

    People in this forum need to take a step off of their high horses every now and then and relax a bit because these stupid debates that are being brought to EVERY thread are getting a bit repetitive and annoying



    Ever go to the M.E.N. topic?? People post macros of delicious foods there. OP was asking for trouble posting this.
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    Originally Posted by 2020Wellness View Post
    So basically you use the same fat sources as me. Like I said, one day of meals does not show my entire selection.
    The only similarity from the original post was nuts and I can only assume you use the other 3 you mentioned quite sparingly as none were mentioned in an entire day of meals. If your skim milk selection is any indication of your other food selections, I would imagine low fat cheese and the leanest cuts of meat possible. I doubt the sources are as comparable as it may seem.
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    Originally Posted by 2020Wellness View Post
    You are also 160lbs, that which I am not. Our diets will not be equal.
    Ok lol i was going to say my surplus is like 2.5k lol

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    Originally Posted by WonderPug View Post
    I'm saying there's no special benefit from eating as you do, and that people can get absolutely equal results consuming a diet that most would consider much more enjoyable. And I'm saying that a properly designed whole food diet, with lots of really yummy foods, wouldn't have deficiencies that require protein supplements to cure.
    why do you always keep saying yummy whole foods? give examples!!
    i see you are a keto addict and that is why you always recommend others to eat more fat instead of carbs
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