I figured I’d get responses like the above. People love flexing their internet muscles and internet reputation online so I will not waste my time falling into that trap by boasting my ego and stating my feats and my history at incredibly lean 135lbs which took me hours, months, and years of scrupulous training to achieve.
I asked a specific question, and other than silverhydra, received no specific answer (if I misunderstood your post I apologize). I got eating advice which I do not need because I have full confidence in my diet.
Nevertheless, (not that anyone will care nor do I care) this will be my last post on T-Nation. Responses are too unorganized and disrespectful for me to make intellectual gains in my training and diet. I’ll just sum it up in one word: disappointment. [/quote]
Yay, I feel special now
It’s just tough love, if you come back to T-Nation to read this, understand that most people will ‘help you through hurting you’, few people became great through inspirational quotes, many became great through being put in their place and learning from it.
And sometimes, against everything we believe, when people unanimously agree on something counter to your views, more often than not they are right and your view needs adjusting.[/quote]
I might feel kind of bad if this guy gave me a compliment.
For what its worth the average nutritional label assumes a 2000 calorie diet for dv% if they don’t list a specific number of calories.
If they give you a specific number not a percentage that that is just info for you to use however you want.
135lbs walking around is severely underweight, if your interested in any kind of fitness you will have to buckle down and eat more, if you think you eat enough common sense tells you you don’t. Unless you have a severe metabolic problem which case common sense would say seed medical advice. Oh or your extremely young.