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My Diet...Help!

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    Default My Diet...Help!
    Heres my diet, im 5'7 and i currently weigh 152 with little body fat...Ill try to decribe my body type as good as possible, i gain weight very easily if i dont eat right, but i lose it very easily as well....as far as gaining muscle, id say im lacking a little....thats why im doing this diet, i actually got this diet from the new march issue of muscle and fitness, but i kinda switched it around cause i started notitcing that i was gaining fat so i cut the carbs a little....ill post the original diet i was doing and then ill post how i arranged it and i wanna see what you guys think....im new to body building and ive been training for 2 weeks now so i figured i would start eating the right way....my goals are to lean mass....here we go

    ORIGINAL DIET FROM M&F

    Breakfast: (8:00am)
    3 egg whites
    3 whole eggs
    1 banana
    1 cup of oatmeal

    Mid-Morning: (10:00am)
    8 oz. low-fat cottage cheese
    1 slice whole-wheat bread
    2 tbsp. natural peanut butter

    Lunch: (12:00pm)
    5 oz. canned chicken breast
    1 whole-wheat pita
    1/2 cup of peas

    Pre-Workout: (2:00pm)
    1 Scoop whey protein w/ water
    1 cup strawberries (or half of a banana)
    2 slices whole-wheat bread
    1 tbsp peanut butter

    Post-Workout: (4:00pm)
    2 scoops whey protein w/ water
    2 slices of whole-wheat bread
    1 tbsp peanut butter

    Dinner: (6:00pm) or sometimes later
    6 oz. chicken breast
    2 sweet potatoes
    1 can of green beans

    Before Bed: (11:00pm-12:00am)
    12 oz. low-fat cottage cheese
    1 cup of oatmeal

    *Doing this diet i posted above i was gaining fat so i changed a couple things and i just started this diet below which is almost the samething but i changed little things which i think might be the corrections on why im gaining fat, i posted to see what yopu guys think, im not experienced so i would like some feedback*

    NEW DIET

    Breakfast: (8:00am)
    3 egg whites
    3 whole eggs
    1 banana
    1 cup of oatmeal

    Mid-Morning: (10:00am)
    8 oz. low-fat cottage cheese
    2 tbsp. natural peanut butter

    Lunch: (12:00pm)
    5 oz. canned chicken breast
    1/2 cup of peas

    Pre-Workout: (2:00pm)
    1 Scoop whey protein w/ water
    1/2 banana
    1 slice whole-wheat bread
    1 tbsp peanut butter

    Post-Workout: (4:00pm)
    2 scoops whey protein w/ water
    1 slice whole-wheat bread
    1 tbsp peanut butter

    Dinner: (6:00pm) or sometimes later
    6 oz. chicken breast
    1 sweet potato
    1 can of green beans

    Before Bed: (11:00pm-12:00am)
    12 oz. low-fat cottage cheese


    Well tell me what you guys think, thanx for the replies!

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    1. you dont need 7 meals. you dont need a whole lot of cals to grow, you can easily get it down to 5 or 6 meals.
    2. no PB postworkout
    3. more carbs pwo

    you got a decent handling on what to eat and when, so you cant mess things up too bad. Make sure to get in about 2800 or so calories, 1-1.5g protein/lb of lean weight (200g ballpark) and make the rest of the cals up with good carbs and fats, and you will be golden.

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    Thnks alot for replying, so i am doing good then ?....i figured the 1st diet i was doing was to many carbs, i figured sonce i am a small guy i didnt need to eat that much....well ill be doing the second diet i posted and ill cancel the peanut butter post-workout and add carbs pre-workout but what carb should i add ?...also, is to sweet potatos to much for dinner, i dont know i just thought that it was alot fo carbs for that time of the day....why exactky do you need carbs that late ?

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    carbs for pre workout:
    typical low gi carb like oatmeal, brown rice, sweet potato
    and a fruit

    whether or not youre eating too many carbs for dinner depends on a lot. Did you just train, how many carbs did you eat throughout the day, how much fat/protein, etc.

    but in your case, no, since you train a couple hours before that meal, youll need the carbs.
    Last edited by Suareezay; 03-04-2007 at 06:26 PM.

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    why would i need carbs post-workout and and for dinner? what purpose do the carbs serve ? thanks

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    also which are the most important meals

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    nobody ?

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