I'd say about 13-14%.
I only saw vegetables in two meals, so then, 2-3 days a week, those two meals are higher carb? Did I follow that right? What's the reason, some kind of carb cycling?[/quote]
yeah, u understood right. Some attempt of carb cycling, just to see if I'll respond to it.
I started this bread thing last week, I usually go through one pack a week( http://multimedia.pol.dk/archive/00729/loltoast_rivercote__729049a.jpg ).
Yeah, basically, it's only 2-3 tbsp's of PJ. Would it be a good idea to add another 5 eggs between after training and bedtime?
What would you recommend? In addition to 400g raw chicken breats, should I get more chicken or maybe beef? As for eggs, I could manage to get 10 a day probably.
Thank for the advice! I only bought AAKG once, but since the doses are fairly small (2-3g) i have some left, so I thought what the hell.
And drop either the citrulline, the beta alanine, or both. Those are good and useful supplements, but if we're sticking to a budget and struggling to find food money, they can go and you'll get by fine with protein, carbs, and creatine for peri-workout nutrition.
Would you recommend adding the post workout protein serving to the intraworkout shake? Making a total of 35g of whey for the intra workout and leave maltodextrin at 50g intra?
I'm good with supplements for at least 3 months, so will be able to spend more on food
Will try. The trouble is that the workout usually ends around 20:30 (if no overtime at work), so I get home, cook the food for the next day and straight to bed. Barely getting 7hrs of sleep as it is.
Thank you very much for the elaborate response. Much appreciated.
Probably messed up quoting, sry about that!