BDR's raise HDL level diet

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  1. bigdamray

    bigdamray New Member

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    The purpose of this diet is for me to stay below 220(and hopefully get down to 210) while increasing my HDl level. It was 22 and I want to get it up to at least 40. I'm also taking sesapure, levorex, glucorell, neurogenix, red yeast rice, niacin, coq-10, garlic, saw palmetto, b-complex, vitamin c, animal packs and a joint complex pack. PurEvl helped me with the diet and supplements. For those that don't know, I'm sparkling clean right now and have been for 3 months.


    5:00 am 1 hour of cardio

    6:30 am 1 oatmeal pancake (1/2 cup oatmeal, 4 egg whites, 1 scoop whey)
    1 tablespoons ANPB (spread on top of pancake)
    1 tablespoon fish oil
    1 tablespoon avacado oil

    9:00 am RTD Muscle Milk (small one)

    12:00 pm 1 chicken breast
    1 apple
    1/4 cup nuts (almond, cashew, walnut, no salt mixture)

    3:00 pm 1 chicken breast
    1 orange
    1/4 cup nuts (almond, cashew, walnut, no salt mixture)

    5:30 pm workout or martial arts

    7:30 pm 1 salmon filet
    1 large salad
    1/2 avacado
    1 glass of red wine
    1 tablespoon fish oil
    1 tablespoon avacado oil

    FitDay says Totals 2593 cals 147fat(52%) 106carb(13%) 205pro(32%)
     
  2. TZ

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    Dang don't you get really hungry? You're a grown ass man, does 2500 calories satisfy you enough? :eek4: Especially considering your training
     
  3. evolude

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    red red wine
     
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    I'm always hungry!! It sux being insulin resistant and having a slow metabolism. Every day is a constant battle(anyone who has ever been overweight will understand this). I may lose a few fights but I will win the war!!
     
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    they have flavourless fine fibre powder these days. You can throw that into the pancakes and shakes without noticing
     
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    I'll have to check that out.
     
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    I have some benefiber that I put in my crystal light. Looks like it's about the same thing.
     
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    haha, I would say good luck but I know you don't need it
     
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    my g/f has the metamucil and I had benefibre and ya, exactly the same thing
     
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    good luck with your war, sounds rough
     
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    how do those oatmeal pancakes taste?
     
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    They are awsome. I use BSN's dessert protein(banana nut flavor) and put some sugar free syrup on top of it. It's my favorite meal of the day!!
     
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    PurEvl going out gassed and not half assed...

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    I survive fine under 3k cals and maintain 240 on it. Most people who need more have high bf and low muscle in the first place. Its all about being efficient. You will get to the point were you dont need the cals, either by age :( or low bf.

    Most people today take in way way to many cals in the first place. Thats what my time here mostly consists of, fixing diets from people getting to fat.
     
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    PurEvl going out gassed and not half assed...

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    We will get you there ray, this is my thing and i have done it many times. I fixed the first issue in a day :rofl: This one will take about a month or two but once we get you there it will be easy to control. Once i get your blood work back it will really help.
     
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    That's crazy ...maintaining 240 under 3k cals.

    I'mdoingitwrong.jpg
     
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    fuck, I maintain 250 under 3k n/p

    mind you, my physique is nowhere near pur's :(
     
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    Thanx for all of your help Pur!!
     
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    Your LDL level is good ? I have a good LDL level with a somewhat low HDL level too. I should get a a new bloodwork done since I haven't had one in over a year though.
     
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    Yes, my LDL was 114 but my triglycerides were 300.
     
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    :eek3: powerlifting diet. Good luck BDR!!!
     
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    I remember you mentioning this to me before.:bowdown:
    Made me rethink the necessity to consume 4k.
     
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    It all depends man.. mostly on your metabolism as well as your daily life.

    For example, what do you do? Aren't you in a computer field? Thus spend most of your day on your ass? Same shit with me, I sit most of the day. If you even stood most of the day your daily cal requirement would probably go up 500+.

    I also know dudes who are like 240lb's and 10% or so and require 5000-6000 cals a day, and anytime they drop below that they instantly lose weight.

    Then there are dudes like you say who are 240-300+ and maintain weight on 3000cals. I eat about 2800-3000 a day and maintain on that and I weigh 280 pounds and am not just pure lard.
     
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    I also saw a video where Dexter Jackson said that his daily diet has him consuming roughly 350g of protein and 200g of carbs and regular amount of fat (60-70g). That's a very small amount of calories for what the dude is..he's one of the best BB'rs around IMO.
     
  25. Skeletor

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    what would you say is a good rate at which to gain weight at a novice stage like me?


    I lift hard and get a lot of protein, mostly clean foods, etc. Right now I haven't been gaining much in terms of weight but I have been leaning out a little, then I shot up 5lbs in like a month :o way too much obviously... but say I start being consistent day to day with my diet, would 2lbs/month gain be too fast you think?
     
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