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    Should I bulk or cut? Also, what do you think of my meal plan?

    Hey all, I'm still pretty new to this whole stuff

    I'm 1.80m and currently at 82.5kg (dropped from 105.5 since November)
    I'm doing Reg Park's 5x5 3-4 times a week (every second day) and sometimes jog (try to at least jog once a week for 6km)
    now I was thinking about cutting a bit more, but I'm not sure (sadly can't post a picture or link as I'm new here)

    also, is my mealplan for tomorrow okay? It's something I eat on a pretty regular basis, at least the breakfast is pretty much the same every day, I really like tomatoes (especially cherry tomatoes), the salad is without mozzarella normally, but I got some and I really like it

    breakfast (423 cal): 250g quark, 30g whey, 40g oats

    lunch (925 cal): salad, 100g vinegar, 20g honey, 125g mozzarella, 130g tuna, 100g turkey breast

    workout

    dinner (583 cal): 300g chicken breast, 50g rice, 400g green beans

    snack (143 cal): 500g tomatoes, 14g EAA powder + 5g creatine

    sum: 2074 cal, 180g carbs, 239g protein, 37g fats
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    Its hard to give advice on what you should do without pictures or an accurate body fat reading. If you want meaningful advice, upload current pictures to your BodySpace profile (doesn't require any post count).

    As for your diet, you don't need to eat specific foods; hit your macros and aim for whole foods that offer micronutrients when possible.

    You need to up your fat intake to at least 0.3g per lb of body weight, preferably higher. You can afford to lower protein for more carbs, but that's up to personal preference.
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    Originally Posted by Zerkesian View Post
    Its hard to give advice on what you should do without pictures or an accurate body fat reading. If you want meaningful advice, upload current pictures to your BodySpace profile (doesn't require any post count).

    As for your diet, you don't need to eat specific foods; hit your macros and aim for whole foods that offer micronutrients when possible.

    You need to up your fat intake to at least 0.3g per lb of body weight, preferably higher. You can afford to lower protein for more carbs, but that's up to personal preference.
    hey thanks for the tip, I added the pic
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