Decent Diet? please critique

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  1. CyberEye

    CyberEye Oh god, the voices

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    Going to start going back to the gym tomorrow, trying to loose some weight and get back in shape. I think I could stand to loose 10-15lbs of fat and gain back a lot of muscle I've lost.

    For dinner: Chicken Breast (baked in oven with parchment paper), and Steamed Veggies (carrots and broccoli mainly, and asparagus when it's cheap) All pre-cooked and reheated, I work afternoon shift so my suppers are ate at work.

    For lunch: I was thinking Smoked Chicken Breast deli meat on 12 grain/whole grain bread, lettuce, tomato, and maybe a little fat free ranch or mayo for a bit of flavor.

    For snacks: my usual apples and bananas, carrot sticks

    I don't need anything drastic, I think what I'm planning should suffice. And it will be easy to prepare a head of time.
    Any comments/sugestions additions/subtractions are welcome.

    Few pics below of me taken about 10 minutes ago.
    6'4 210lb.

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    Needs more protein. And I seriously hope you're eating more than 2 meals a day.
     
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    CyberEye Oh god, the voices

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    My liquid intake consists of mainly water, usually around a gallon daily, and I usually have a glass of milk with supper (a water bottle full at work). And on occasion, usually on weekends, I'll have a glass or two of Pepsi.

    I'm also taking a daily multivitamin.
     
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    CyberEye Oh god, the voices

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    As of now, my eating schedule consists of:
    10am: wake up
    10:30am: Breakfast/Lunch
    6pm: dinner at work
    10pm: lunch again at work
    1am-2am: bed
     
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    what shift are you working?
     
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    CyberEye Oh god, the voices

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    afternoon shift, or second shift, whatever you want to call it

    3pm - 11pm
     
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    same shift i'm working (2:30 - 10), but my daily schedule looks nothing like that really


    you should prob. eat more protein and try to work the gym into your schedule
     
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    CyberEye Oh god, the voices

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    My breaks at work are at 6pm 8pm and 10pm, hence when I'm eating.

    The gym I go to is a martial arts gym ( http://www.suffer-system.com ) for those interested i knowing where I'm going. Classes are Mon, Wed and Fri, 11:30am - 1:30pm. They have an ample weight area with free weights and cardio equipment.
    On the days I don't go to the gym I do sit ups push ups and use my dumbells at home. I also jog every night with my dog.
     
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    CyberEye Oh god, the voices

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    How much protein should I be getting daily? And how should I go about aquiring it? whey powder or?
     
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    did u read teh stickys man?

    also...id xhop the sideburns off to the bottum of your ear. its not doing u any favours.
     
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    1-1.5g per lb. bodyweight is a pretty decent rule of thumb

    try to get most of your protein from food, but yeah, use whey powder to fill in the gaps. it's good for that, but imo, protein from real food is better
     
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