I've been reading up on the diet and just how a few more questions about it.
recommended protein is 1.5 g/lb would upping it to 2 g be a prob, is ask because my g-flux high through my job, sports activity and weight training on top of that so basically if i follow the 1.5 g/lb rule along with the 100/70 carb rule then my fat intake is a huge daily intake about 60%, so making it 2 g/lb would make my protein slighty the largest macro.
Basically i want to increase it to 2 g because of the extra thermic effect of food and all the calories im eating, i realize that my body my not use all the protein but im looking at it for body comp purposes.
The only question i have is... is it important to have my fat percentage greater than protein while on relativly low carbs so fat is used more preferriently as fuel instead of protein being turned to as the main source of fuel.
and looking at the meal reccomendations going along with breakfast having the carbs and being the biggest on off days, you'd most likely add fat too, are you guys doing this. Would there be anyprob having some oatmeal, half a banana, milk, protein powder and peanut butter even though it one of those evil F+C combos provided the rest of day is just P+F
Also when coutning carbs, should it be all carbs or like carbs - fiber.
For example .5 cup oats has 27 carbs, 4 are fiber, so would it be 27 or 23 carbs (dont wanna be to anal but it could make a differnce)
also do you generally count calories or carbs at all for things like broccoli and lettuce
well sorry guys, im sure i could've made this much more brief and less picky, but thanks for the help anyway