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throws56
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gkeeper24 wrote:
And for dessert... Greek yogurt, scoop of casein, and blackberries

Meals Totals: 810 calories, 5 grams of fat, 109 carbs, 86 grams of protein


blend the casein-yogurt thing and make fluff...wont regret it.

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throws56
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gkeeper24 wrote:
And for dessert... Greek yogurt, scoop of casein, and blackberries

Meals Totals: 810 calories, 5 grams of fat, 109 carbs, 86 grams of protein


Wheres all the protein coming from?

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Dano55
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yesterdays breakfast... 5 eggs with mushrooms and broccoli all scrambled up with some mozzarella melted on top..and some steel cut oats with a bit of honey and cinnamon

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ryanbCXG
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So this was eaten with the next item as a high carb day. This was added on to everything that i normally eat. You know what didnt gain a lb. Weird

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ryanbCXG
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I eat a bowl of pro-oats everynight and its always this big. Before this i have a bowl of rice that is the same size

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throws56
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ryanbCXG wrote:
So this was eaten with the next item as a high carb day. This was added on to everything that i normally eat. You know what didnt gain a lb. Weird



Is that the "no sugar added" kind?

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gkeeper24
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throws56 wrote:
gkeeper24 wrote:
And for dessert... Greek yogurt, scoop of casein, and blackberries

Meals Totals: 810 calories, 5 grams of fat, 109 carbs, 86 grams of protein


blend the casein-yogurt thing and make fluff...wont regret it.


No blender in the dorm room. Will when I go home for the summer though.

Oh, and those macros are from both pics. So the protein is from grilled chicken, a scoop of casein, greek yogurt, and a few from the sweet potatoes

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ryanbCXG
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No way is that the no sugar added. I need my carbs. And have you seen the ingredient label on no sugar added ice cream. That will give you some serious gastric distress. Watch out toilets. Especially when you eat the whole thing like i do.

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throws56
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ryanbCXG wrote:
No way is that the no sugar added. I need my carbs. And have you seen the ingredient label on no sugar added ice cream. That will give you some serious gastric distress. Watch out toilets. Especially when you eat the whole thing like i do.



Yea I understand, id say there is a fair amount of carbs in an entire cartoon of ice cream though..... Although, it seems you do much better with carbs than I do myself. I can do one huge very large carb a week without any ill effects, but multiple carb days like you describe do settle well with me.

Also, concerning sugar alcohols, I seem to do just fine with sorbitol, but molitol, (spelling) is pure, gastric suicide.....

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MAF14
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gkeeper24 wrote:
throws56 wrote:
gkeeper24 wrote:
And for dessert... Greek yogurt, scoop of casein, and blackberries

Meals Totals: 810 calories, 5 grams of fat, 109 carbs, 86 grams of protein


blend the casein-yogurt thing and make fluff...wont regret it.


No blender in the dorm room. Will when I go home for the summer though.

Oh, and those macros are from both pics. So the protein is from grilled chicken, a scoop of casein, greek yogurt, and a few from the sweet potatoes


Works well enough for a dorm room:

http://www.walmart.com/...vel-Lid/5924588

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gkeeper24
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@Ryan and Facko, I've been following some your guys posts and seen the amount of carbs you put down on a training day. I have to thank you for motivating me to enter more and more carbs into my diet. As a once carbaphob strict paleo follower, I have seen much better results carb cycling; as well as a much more attainable diet. Now off to get some sleep from a carb induced coma...

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ryanbCXG
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gkeeper24 wrote:
@Ryan and Facko, I've been following some your guys posts and seen the amount of carbs you put down on a training day. I have to thank you for motivating me to enter more and more carbs into my diet. As a once carbaphob strict paleo follower, I have seen much better results carb cycling; as well as a much more attainable diet. Now off to get some sleep from a carb induced coma...


Its all about finding what works for you. I know i run much much better on a high carb diet. High fat doesnt do anything for me. Carbs give me energy. Literally. After pounding 600g i feel fantastic. Just keep experimenting as you learn you body you can keep tweaking things.

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ryanbCXG
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throws56 wrote:
ryanbCXG wrote:
No way is that the no sugar added. I need my carbs. And have you seen the ingredient label on no sugar added ice cream. That will give you some serious gastric distress. Watch out toilets. Especially when you eat the whole thing like i do.



Yea I understand, id say there is a fair amount of carbs in an entire cartoon of ice cream though..... Although, it seems you do much better with carbs than I do myself. I can do one huge very large carb a week without any ill effects, but multiple carb days like you describe do settle well with me.

Also, concerning sugar alcohols, I seem to do just fine with sorbitol, but molitol, (spelling) is pure, gastric suicide.....


I do love my carbs. Everyday ! :)

Yeah the ice cream has 200+ i believe in the container. I would have to check

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throws56
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ryanbCXG wrote:
throws56 wrote:
ryanbCXG wrote:
No way is that the no sugar added. I need my carbs. And have you seen the ingredient label on no sugar added ice cream. That will give you some serious gastric distress. Watch out toilets. Especially when you eat the whole thing like i do.



Yea I understand, id say there is a fair amount of carbs in an entire cartoon of ice cream though..... Although, it seems you do much better with carbs than I do myself. I can do one huge very large carb a week without any ill effects, but multiple carb days like you describe do settle well with me.

Also, concerning sugar alcohols, I seem to do just fine with sorbitol, but molitol, (spelling) is pure, gastric suicide.....


I do love my carbs. Everyday ! :)

Yeah the ice cream has 200+ i believe in the container. I would have to check


OH, I would figure it was higher. Still, for me on my hi carb day, my carb meal would be the ice cream container.

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Chris Colucci
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I put this together last night.

Indian-spiced chicken (garlic, ginger, turmeric, coriander, and cumin), peppers, onions, and lotus root (boiled/mini-pickled in white wine vinegar and water before going in the pan).

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jehovasfitness
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Self explanatory, except maybe the shot of walnut oil

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MAF14
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Skinless Chicken Thighs w/ Italian Dry Rub = Awesomeness

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therajraj
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PWO meal

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gkeeper24
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Carb backloaing pwo meal

8 oz grilled chicken
4 red potatoes
1 sweet potato
800 calories: 123 carbs, 8 fat, 69 protein

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gkeeper24
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Bedtime snack
40 oz of cottage cheese with a scoop of whey and some almonds
1256 calories 33 fat 48 carbs 184 protein

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SteelyD
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therajraj wrote:
PWO meal


OH MAN that looks GREAT!!!!!!

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therajraj
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SteelyD wrote:
therajraj wrote:
PWO meal


OH MAN that looks GREAT!!!!!!


Oh it was amazing. Easily could've put down two of those trays.

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florelius
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late Dinner:
150gram of entrecote.
two potatoes mixed in with bearnaise sauce( made of butter, milk and bearnaise sauce poweder )


Dessert:
A shake of 5dl milk, one banana, two scoops of banana flavoured gainer and one scoop of creatin. All mixed togheter with the aid of a blender.



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therajraj
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pizza

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florelius
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Lets try again with the dessert pic.

( looks boring, but taste awesome )

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