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    The more I visit this site, the more I keep learning. One thing I learned is if you don't have a proper diet, chances are the goals that you want to accomplish are a lost effort. My goal is muscle growth. I eat carbohydrate rich foods (mostly rice) 2 hours before I workout and protein 30 minutes after my workout (milk, fish or chicken........what ever I can get my hands on). But I guess that's considered the midnight snack and dinner. I need to know if what I'm am eating as of now is the right way to go and what should my breakfast and lunch consist of?

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    post a sample daily diet, from what you just said it sounds like you may need to increase protein.


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    Ok, I'll write what I eat. Breakfast (7:00) Cereal. Lunch (11:00) Pizza, fries or peanut butter sandwich.....all they serve for high school lunch. A small snack (4:00) a fruit or granola bar. Dinner (6:00) Rice. Midnight/after workout snack (10:30) Milk, Chicken or Fish.

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    Start up a journal

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    If I do create a journal, do I have to record time, serving size or anything else in addition to recording what I eat?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Infinatrix View Post
    If I do create a journal, do I have to record time, serving size or anything else in addition to recording what I eat?
    sign up on fitday.com It will take you through the steps and figure out your macros (proteins, fats, carbs). It also allows you to add your various foods.

    From the look of your diet- you may need to read the stickies on lean proteins, healthy fats, and complex and simple carbs, etc. yada yada yada....
    Goal: 8% Body Fat, maintain majority of muscle mass
    New Years Resolution: stick to a fitness and diet plan that works long term.

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    Thank you for the site. I'll be sure to try it out!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Infinatrix View Post
    Thank you for the site. I'll be sure to try it out!
    Not a problem!
    Goal: 8% Body Fat, maintain majority of muscle mass
    New Years Resolution: stick to a fitness and diet plan that works long term.

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