Okay, LJay. That helps. (grin)
For purposes of running the numbers, I'm going to use your TBW since you're using a prohormone.
Daily Protein Requirements = 140 x 2g = 280g per day
To minimize fat gain, I'm going to use 2.5g for carbs. That number could go up to 3, but the goal is LBM gain, with as little FM gain as possible. Daily Carb Requirements = 140 x 2g = 280g per day.
Fat on a bulking cycle with a prohormone should be kept to a minimum. We'll leave it at what you get in the meat and egss you eat. Be sure to get your good fats (mono's and EFAs) on your off cycle.
Carb choices should be your starchier carbs, rather than green veggie carbs. The fiber in the green veggies makes it difficult to meet your daily carb requirements. Sources, oatmeal, sweet potatoes, white potatoes, rice, even your whole grain sprouted breads from a health food store.
During your off cycle, shift to your green veggie carbs and away from your starchier carbs.
I'd like to see you get in 7 meals per day and one wake-up-in-the-middle-of-the-night protein shake.
Your meals are going to be P+C meals, as nearly as you can make them. Fat in any given meal should be kept to less than 5g.
So the numbers for each meal are 35g of protein and 35g of carbs. Don't forget to subtract fiber from total carbs. And of course keep fat to <5g. The only exception is your PWO Surge drink, which is 50g. You'll come in 20g high for the day, but that won't matter much.
Stay away from the energy bars and MRPs, as they are likely to have more fat than you're allowed. Nothing wrong with a couple of regular protein shakes during the day for convenience.
Invest in a nutritional desk reference (lists calories, carb grams, protein grams, fat grams and fiber grams) for a given amount of food. Get Nutribase (Navy blue cover only!) or Corine Netzer's book. I'd also strongly/highly recommend that you get a digital postal scale that weighs in grams and ounces.
Since you're probably doing two weeks on, two weeks off, during your off cycle, it's a good idea to reduce the numbers a bit. I'd go with 1.5g of protein x TBW and 1.5g of carbs x TBW. As I said above, switch to your green veggie carbs. You'll have to calculate the numbers yourself, as your TBW is going to increase over the course of your cycle. Also, I'd like to see you take in a total of .4g of fat per pound of TBW from the meat you eat, flaxseed oil, fish oil, olive oil, eggs and raw nuts.
Does that help? Questions? (grin)