Too much fat?

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  1. T-R-T

    T-R-T New Member

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    Total: 2486
    Fat: 96 868 36%
    Sat: 22 198 8%
    Poly: 28 250 10%
    Mono: 19 175 7%
    Carbs: 180 681 28%
    Fiber: 10 0 0%
    Protein: 221 884 36%



    I'm cutting. 5'11" 185.
     
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    Doesn't look like much of a cut to me.

    I don't know your frame or your maintenance, but ~2500 wouldn't cut much out of me, esp. @ 180 carbs/day
     
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    maybe...
     
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    this is pretty typical for me

    Total: 1689
    Fat: 50 454 28%
    Sat: 21 188 11%
    Poly: 4 38 2%
    Mono: 9 77 5%
    Carbs: 101 326 20%
    Fiber: 19 0 0%
    Protein: 215 862 53%
     
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    Somtimes its lower. I try to carb cycle.
     
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    it's not that bad... i usually stay between 1600 and 1800... but that's only on the weekdays... on the weekends, i don't track, but i prob. don't eat much more
     
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    looks fine
     
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    maybe some mo fiber
     
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    Total: 3427
    Fat: 102 918 28%
    Carbs: 339 1296 39%
    Protein: 274 1094 33%

    thats more like my daily diet :hs:
     
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    it's not the food that gets me on the weekends... :(
     
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    wheres sgt. ownage to make fun of your username?
     
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    that's probably double the amount of fat he eats in a day.
     
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    I had broccoli with one meal and spinach with another but I didn't put it into fitday
     
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    22 sat fat will give you a heart attack in no time, regardless of cut
     
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    negative
     
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    :hsugh:
     
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    swing and a miss...
     
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    Doesnt seem excessive if you are low carbing and 90% of those daily carbs come in your post workout meals.
     
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    90% of 180!?

    :eek3:
     
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    162 carbs post workout

    it could be possible... and maybe i'm doing it wrong, but i only take in about 40g carbs post workout :dunno:
     
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    :werd:

    40-50g post workout. Oatmeal for breakfast and brown rice pasta pre-workout. That's an average day. 2 days a week carbs are less than 70g.
     
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    You're doing it fine. I take in about the same (shake and meal combined)
     
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    Do you take protien or creatine or anything? As I understand it, you want high-glycemic carbs right after a workout to replace depleted glycogen in muscles... something with dextrose or malodextrin. Complex carbs are great, but the fiber in bread/pasta/etc makes it very low glycemic index, so long absorbtion (which is why it's good to eat those types of things the day before high-energy activities).
     
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    That's what studies suggest, but it's not something you're probably ever going to notice too much.

    When it comes to PWO, carbs are carbs for me, whether it's bread, gatorade, or twizzlers.
     
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    don't take this the wrong way, man, but you may be reading too much into the details... big picture is where you need to be at right now
     
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