Using to Dr. Berardi's formula from Massive Eating, I should be eating about 2900 calories a day when bulking for my current weight / bf.
I just started taking Alpha Male and I'm A LOT more hungry than I was before. To the point where I'm eating between 3800 - 4100 calories the past few days.
Even though I'm just eating more of the same fairly clean diet is this excess amount of calories more likely to turn into fat? In other words, is there a "cut off" at which the body can no longer accept food and turn it into muscle and the excess gets turned into fat?
The majority of my diet is lean beef, chicken, eggs, tuna, milk, whey protein, turkey, oatmeal, bananas, rice, pasta, and the like.