Hay OT, rate my diet.

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  1. johnson

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    looks OK to me...maybe another protein shake instead of chicken :dunno:
     
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    What do you weigh :eek5:

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    LancerV Something Happened OT Supporter

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    And way to low unless you really obese, at that rate your going to be shedding more muscle than fat
     
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    costco bags of chicken are mad cheap dood
     
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    153lbs x 11 = 1683 calories?
     
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    [RMR (Resting metabolic rate) X Activity Factor] + Thermic Effect of Food= Maintenance Calorie Intake
    {[10 x (LBM in lbs) + 500] X Activity Factor} + (TEF)

    Where RMR = 10 x (LBM in lbs) + 500

    And Activity Factors =
    1.2-1.3 for Very Light (bed rest)
    1.5-1.6 for Light (office work/watching TV)
    1.6-1.7 for Moderate (some activity during day)
    1.9-2.1 for Heavy (labor type work)

    TEF (thermic effect of food)= 10-15% X RMR
     
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    huh?
     
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