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    Eating 6 slices of white bread daily

    Is eating 6 slices of mega toast white bread, with peanut or chicken kebab every day, ok for you. Trying to get 3000 calories, and thats my midday snack, when im at work( each slice has 115 kcal)
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    I don't think there will be any huge negative effects from doing that. Getting in enough variety in your diet overall is helpful for general health purposes. You can plug your typical daily diet into cronometer.com to see if you have any glaring deficiencies.
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    Originally Posted by Heisman2 View Post
    I don't think there will be any huge negative effects from doing that. Getting in enough variety in your diet overall is helpful for general health purposes. You can plug your typical daily diet into cronometer.com to see if you have any glaring deficiencies.
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    Originally Posted by bk1991 View Post
    Is eating 6 slices of mega toast white bread, with peanut or chicken kebab every day, ok for you. Trying to get 3000 calories, and thats my midday snack, when im at work( each slice has 115 kcal)
    Without knowing anything else about your diet, I'm simply going to recommend that the majority (at least 85%) of your calorie intake come from whole and minimally-processed food.
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    Originally Posted by bk1991 View Post
    Is eating 6 slices of mega toast white bread, with peanut or chicken kebab every day, ok for you. Trying to get 3000 calories, and thats my midday snack, when im at work( each slice has 115 kcal)
    Whole grains are consistently linked with health benefits, white bread is consistently linked with bad outcomes.

    And you need to get at least 38 gram fiber per day.
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    Originally Posted by Mrpb View Post
    Whole grains are consistently linked with health benefits, white bread is consistently linked with bad outcomes.

    And you need to get at least 38 gram fiber per day.
    Whole grains, as in brown bread?
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    Originally Posted by bk1991 View Post
    Whole grains, as in brown bread?
    100% whole wheat bread would be a good option.

    Ideally fiber content should be ~6 gram per 100 gram or more.
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    Originally Posted by MikeK46 View Post
    Without knowing anything else about your diet, I'm simply going to recommend that the majority (at least 85%) of your calorie intake come from whole and minimally-processed food.
    For breakfast I take full bowl of muesli with some blueberries(around 600-800 calories). Then when im at work i have 4 slices of white bread, with 2 homemade chicken kebabs, in between slces, with ketchup and mayonais (around 800 calories).

    Then have a bannana( 100 calories), before I go to gym.

    Then after workout, i come home have dinner, usually 2-3 chicken legs, with wither beans or rice(600 calories), and if im still hungy ill eat some cottage cheese(300 calories). I take my mutivitamins and cod liver oil. All together thats around 2500 calories.

    Crap thats my TDE, I have just started tracking my calories for first time since ive started lifitng, want to do clean bulk, so need 300-500 calories more
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    Originally Posted by Mrpb View Post
    100% whole wheat bread would be a good option.

    Ideally fiber content should be ~6 gram per 100 gram or more.
    Ah ok, thanks, just googled it, so thats the most natural bread, didnt realise that
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    Originally Posted by bk1991 View Post
    For breakfast I take full bowl of muesli with some blueberries(around 600-800 calories).
    You should be having loads of veggies with most meals, that's the first component of a healthy diet.
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    Originally Posted by bk1991 View Post
    Ah ok, thanks, just googled it, so thats the most natural bread, didnt realise that
    Look at sprouted grain bread.
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    Fuk that's gotta be worse than my cake habit ( 2 small cakes daily)

    Reading this thread i feel ok about my cake habit now
    Only so much healthy chit you can eat when you're on that 3k cals time
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    Originally Posted by bk1991 View Post
    For breakfast I take full bowl of muesli with some blueberries(around 600-800 calories). Then when im at work i have 4 slices of white bread, with 2 homemade chicken kebabs, in between slces, with ketchup and mayonais (around 800 calories).

    Then have a bannana( 100 calories), before I go to gym.

    Then after workout, i come home have dinner, usually 2-3 chicken legs, with wither beans or rice(600 calories), and if im still hungy ill eat some cottage cheese(300 calories). I take my mutivitamins and cod liver oil. All together thats around 2500 calories.

    Crap thats my TDE, I have just started tracking my calories for first time since ive started lifitng, want to do clean bulk, so need 300-500 calories more
    When bulking it's of course less important but just make sure you check and recheck your calories. These stated seem pretty low for what they are. Mega thick bread I imagine is more than 115 cal per slice. Medium sliced half and half is about 80-odd cals, and mega bread is easily twice as thick. (https://groceries.morrisons.com/webs...80750011?dnr=y) Morrisons website says that average cals per slice is just under 160 cals.

    6 slices per day could be giving you an extra 300 cals than you think without even realising. Inaccuracies like this add up rapidly
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    I would replace it with 100% whole grain bread which should satisfy majority of your daily fiber needs (provided you eat 6 slices). Many say whole grain and whole wheat tastes like chit, but I have found that once you get used to it, you actually prefer the taste over white bread. I eat an organic whole grain toast and it packs 5g of fiber and even 6g protein in each slice. Make it count!
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