I only eat 1g of protein per pound of bodyweight. When I'm "on" that doubles, of course. Most of the time I stick to a moderate carb, high protein, low fat diet. I've found it to work best for me. No carbs after late afternoon workout works really well. If you stick to that for 3-4 weeks you WILL start to see ripped abs...assuming you haven't seen em before...hehe.
I am trying to put on some weight, so here are some estimates, I am not using any supps either, so it is kinda hard to get in a lot of calories off food alone
280 g protein
85 g fat
480 g carb
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MEAL 1- 2 yolks, 4 whites, oatmeal, tuna, milk
MEAL 2- PB+J sandwich, apple, milk
MEAL 3- 12-14 oz ground beef, and some additives, to make taco's, 3-4 tortilla's, some spaghetti
MEAL 4- 12-14 oz chicken, 1 cup rice
MEAL 5- PB+J, some ramen noodles, tuna
And I will eat some snacks throughout the day, and a lil extra of something, but it hovers around 3500 calories, 270 g protein, 100 g fat, and 500 g carbs.
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