I don't know. If you were eating 2000 cals before and maintained weight then yes.
I havent gained or losed a pound since i was about 15. I am almost positive i will not gain weight with a 3000 calorie diet. Is it bad for me to start out with that many calories? If not i am going to try and eat the 4100 calories and if i am gaining too much a week (more than a pound and a half??) then i will obviously cut down the calories.
Thanks for you input ian. Let me know what you think if the diet, and other suggestions.
Couldn't he always try this diet and see the results, if he packs on too much fat then scale it back and clean out some of the carbs primarily?? Only reason I suggest this, is that he has no basis for comparision with a previous meal plan.
I'm asking more than telling here.
I do my best to focus on the task at hand, and give 100% in what I'm doing at the time. Nothing else matters except the task at hand.
Meal 3 12:00
-1/2 cup cottage chs
-1 cup uncooked pasta
-1 cap. fish oil
Meal 4 2:30
Meal 5 5:00-6:00 (Pre-Workout meal)
-1 cup oats
-1 cup cottage chs.
-3g CEE get rid of CC here that burns far to slow you need a faster digesting protein to get the body ready for exercise...could switch it w/ meal 4 add the chx to meal 5 and put the CC in meal 4
Meal 6 8:00 (Post-Workout Shake)
-Casein Protein Shake
*2 scoops of casein protein
*1 cup oats raw
*12oz 2% milk
*2tbsp olive oil 86 the oil...no fats in your post w/o meal you need that stuff to digest ASAP...same goes for the casein protein need something fast digesting like whey here.
You also need another meal here after your post w/o shake...your body will burn those cals up real fast and there isn't enough to hold you over for the night. Add another solid meal here w/ some efa's...thbis is a good place for your casein proteins/cottage cheese