T Nation

Opinion diet fat loss


#1

What's?

I'm training at 10:00 am.

Breakfast (8:00am): no fat, high protein (around 50g) moderate carbs (around 30g).

During workout drink (10:00-11:30am): no fat, moderately high protein (30-50) moderately high carbs (50g).

Post workout drink (15 minutes after training): high protein (50-75g), no fat, moderately high carns (50g)

Lunch (1:30): Moderate fat (6g fish or flax seed oil), high protein (50-75g), no carbs

Mid-afternoon (3:30): Moderate fat (6g fish or flax seed oil), high protein shake (50-75g), no carbs.

Supper (6:15): Same as lunch

Evening (9:30): Same as Mid-afternoon

Before bed (11:30): No fat, low carbs (20g), pure casein protein (25g) + whey protein (25g)

All around I get around 25-35g of fat per day, 130-150g of carbs and 380-450g of protein. Obviously these will vary slightly every day.


#2

Isnt this CT's diet that he outlined in his forum?


#3

fats are too low, dont have carbs before your am training


#4

Guys, don't answer that idiot. He's a troll named Tony/Gian/Gianpaolo/Paolo/Paul, etc.

He has been trolling me for over 4 years now!!! Those who read his story on my forum know who I'm talking about.

Spotting him is easy, he doesn't speak english so he simply cut and past posts and add: "What's", "Is good?", "Is good for player of football (soccer)" ... etc.


#5

GOD DAMN IT!!! thanks for the heads up Chris,i just read your post after i had put my calculator down figuring out the percentages of this bastards diet!!!!


#6

CT, I think he has a crush on you.


#7

why do these ppl bother?
prolly sexual frustration, get some red kat my man and go help yourself in your toilet


#8

I think he should be trolling Dr Phill.


#9

haha yeah we should all troll Dr. Phil and ask which training programs are best with soy protein and high GI diet to build serious mass....


#10

CT - I can't believe this guy is still pissing you off.