OVERVIEW: I'm at 5'8" 290 lbs. and would like to get down to 180-190lbs. next year at this time.
Before I start remember I just quit smoking and have been eating junk throughout my life. I'm 27 and have a high cholesterol 280 . No I'm not on meds for my cholesterol because I don't want to be on too many medications and I'll end up taking those types of medications for the rest of my life. So anyway this is the CKD diet and I chose this because it seemed to work for me before. So I assume
I'm going to do the first 2 weeks of all protein "break in" thing so my body can later absorb carbs properly and more efficiently after the 2 week break in period and then I do the carb ups on Saturdays and Sunday. I'll do my best to split my workouts like work on biceps and back on Mondays, Legs on Weds., tris and shoulders on Fridays, chest on Saturday and Sunday is rest day. For each work out I plan on also doing some cardio mainly to warm up or I could do my own cardio everyday separate from working out. (I'll have to experiment to see what works well for me.)
Meal 1: 2 scoops of whey protein
Meal 2: 3 scrambled eggs with cheddar cheese, mushrooms and 2 pieces of bacon
supplemented with a centrum multivitamin, 1 fish oil cap. and 1 tab of folic acid
(gotta be healthy too you know!)
Meal 3: Green Tea
Meal 4: Green salad with pieces of salmon (raw or microwaved) and olive oil
Meal 5: Take pre workout creatine (5mg)
Workout: Cardio or weight training or both
Meal 6: Post workout creatine (5mg)
Meal 7: Microwaved Chicken breasts w/ olive oil OR sliced beef with shitake mushrooms
Saturdays - Sundays (Carb up time )
Meal 1: Pasta with mozarella, garlic salt well fried or sauteed.
Supplemented with the usual multivitamin, 1 fish oil cap. and 1 tab of folic acid
Meal 2: Green Tea
Meal 3: waffles with light butter and syrup
Workout: 5 gms of creatine.
Here I try to do my major muscles and pump up as much as possible and
I use cardio only to warmup.
Meal 4: Post work out: 5mg. of creatine
Meal 5: Brown rice, imitation crab meat with Shitake Mushrooms (for flavor) and lots of different types of fruits
Meal 6: 2 scoops of whey protein before bed time or whenever.
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