Hey everyone, thanks for all the answers. I've been working out for two years and I increased my weight in 8 pounds during this time. Not very good, isn't it? During the first year, I didn't care about nutrition, eating was not important for me then. Big mistake. When I realized that food was the fuel that was going to give me the muscles I wanted and still want, I searched the internet and found (about a year ago) the Australian Institute of Sport. I read many articles and they said that protein intake of 2.0g/kg (1g/pound) is enough and more is useless and that we should focus on carbs, around 8g/kg (around 3.6g/pound) if we wanted to bulk. That's why I wind up with a 65/20/15 diet. I followed this for 6 months but I increased by 2% my fat percentage and I didn't like it all, especially because lean mass didn't follow this rate.
So now I decided to search for Carb Cycling articles and found this one, by Christian T, and another one on another site, by Twin Peak.
This one is a little different because there's a NO carb at all day and I thought this would be harder to follow. At the end of the article there's a q&a section. And a guy asks if taking in about 130g of fat is acceptable and the author tells him "no, 130 grams of fat is not acceptable. It is neither necessary nor desirable". See why I freaked out about that amount of fat? Because I liked better CT's Carb Cycling approach but I would have to take in 140g of fat, which was condemned by Twin Peak.
So, please guys, let me know what you think now. I'm from Brazil and I have no backgroung to tell if Twin Peak is or not "trustable". Thanks again!
P.S.: Sorry about the duplicated post, I had a problem with Firefox and I thought it wasn't posted for the first time.