polsmiff wrote:Thanks for the great reply m8
breakfast 200 usually allbran cereal
(Add some other things in here like Eggs, Turkey, Ham, Chicken etc.)
lunch 400 salad bowl/low fat crisps/low cal bar
(Forget the low calorie bars as they're not very filling and probably low on nutrients too. Salads are fine as long as you've got a goodly amount of Flesh, or Legumes for your protein, to help fill you up and satiate you and you can also add things like Nuts and / or edible oils, or things like Soy products and Avocado)
dinner 400 quorn mince or quorn chicken
(Add other things to this like Legumes, Rice, Pasta, Veggies and Fruits like Peppers, Tomatos, Cucumbers, Aubergine, (Egg plant), Marrow and Cucumber.)
supper and or snacks 300 usually bread related
should i be eating more cals? in my mind i suppose i think less cals = more weight loss
let me know what you think
(Lower calorie diets can promote starvation mode, where the body believes it is being starved and can hang onto fat. You can also end up getting lower amounts of things like Calcium, Magnesium, Phosphorous, Vit K2, Vit D etc, that keep bones healthy and if they thin too much, then any kind of exercise could increase the risk of fractures, from levels of shock or stressing of the joints and limbs, that may become intolerable to one or more skeletal structures.
Plus you may gain weight, because 1lb of added muscle burns an extra 45-50 calories a day, but subsequantly, less muscle burns less fat, so weight gain may be possible if you lose muscle, because resticting calories could include less Protein intake and therefore less intake of the essential Amino acids, which include, Leucine, Valine and Isoleucine, the anabolic ones, (BCAA's), Branch Chain Amino Acids.
Therefore I suggest you increase your calories by around 1,000 a day, which with the changes I suggested and perhaps slightly increasing the quantity, of one ore two things you currently eat, should be achievable.)
mayanatsume wrote:Hi Boss, that was a great schedule. I'm planning to build more muscle, do you have good schedule for workout? Thanks!
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