Alright, I'm probably going to get flamed for this question but here we go:
I decided (a week ago or so) that I will no longer invest into any grain products. Pasta, oatmeal, bread, etc. will no longer be part of my diet. There really is not a reason besides the fact that grains fill me up pretty quick for a long time and I cannot force myself to eat another meal for 4/5 hours after such a meal, leaving me with no room to get my 6 meals a day.
So my new diet consists of chicken, beef, fish, oils (olive and fish), fruits, and vegetables (I may throw in eggs and cottage cheese from time to time). Marco ratio is 40-30-30 P-C-F. My question is about the vitamins I am getting with this diet. I did a quick count and it looks like I'm getting something like 20g of potassium, 10x the daily recommendation of vit A, 2x of calcium, and 3x of vit b-6.
Also, I am not getting enough vit d and vit e. Will these percentages present any health risks for me? Also, do I need to watch out for getting too much of certain vitamins? I have been taking a multi every day for the past year but I think I'll stop that and just supplement with vitamin E.
Please excuse the poor writing of this post and let me know if you need me to expand on anything.