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Gonna start a new diet thread here so that It dosent clog up my journal. Just posting eats and attempting to hit all macros everyday. Not cutting or bulking just making sure I get the right foods as consistently as I can.

 

26 september

 

 

Diets: 211g Protein, 276g Carb, 64g Fat. maybe a mass gainer later tonight.

Egg noodles (breakfast / dinner + beef stirfry w/ dinner) = lots

90g Haloumi cheese

250g cottage cheese

3 scoop whey with juice

butter chicken pie

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Is the butter chicken pie from BP, home made or elsewhere? usually on the way to work in the morning when i stop at BP to pump some gas and take a dump, i look at that butterchicken pie but am put off by no nutritional information.

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butter chicken and most westernised indian food from restaurants and takeaways places is better in NZ than Australia. 

 

butter chicken for example tastes like shit in Australia but is legit in NZ imo 

 

dont get me started on other fast food. australian kfc is rubbish, completely different recipe blatantly.

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Today: P = 150g, C = 340g, F = 50 g, Cals = 2500

 

Not gonna write what I ate it should be obvious looking at the macros / calories.

 

but just incase; 0.5 mass gainer, 2 x whey, 1 x oat packet, noodles, mexican pie, beef stirfry in rice, 200 ml V, 300 ml coke.

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Lol I'm not guna lie but I don't think I'm alone in the fact that seeing this

Today: P = 150g, C = 340g, F = 50 g, Cals = 2500

Doesn't scream at me that you have eaten this

0.5 mass gainer, 2 x whey, 1 x oat packet, noodles, mexican pie, beef stirfry in rice, 200 ml V, 300 ml coke.

I don't see how you think that would be obvious ?

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yeah gyzz im dead serious stop being a weird c*nt.

post shit properly dont do your old annoying shit or il personally ban you again

 

 

for all we know Today: P = 150g, C = 340g, F = 50 g, Cals = 2500 was made up of caterpillars on toast.

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Yeah that should right. Its not hard for me to eat way below maintaince. So when I say bulking isnt a goal, trust me when hitting TDEE is good progress.

Dont track fibre because I have metamuscle. On days I dont eat a lot im literally shitting fiber.

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hey gyzz you use something like my fitness pal? its way easier and eventually you dont even need to use that to track cals you just do it in your end pretty easy if you wanna make sure you eat atleast a certain amount.. for cutters, i dunno maybe its better to write down in advance what you gonna eat so you dont go way over lol

 

in on butter chicken thread

butter chicken and most westernised indian food from restaurants and takeaways places is better in NZ than Australia. 

 

butter chicken for example tastes like shit in Australia but is legit in NZ imo 

 

dont get me started on other fast food. australian kfc is rubbish, completely different recipe blatantly.

 

no way bro butter chicken in nz is not legit lol, it's all sweet creamy crap. how come oz kfc is rubbish, are they trying to be healthy or something?

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P = 151, C = 303, F = 88g, cals = 2622

 

Crock madam (2 x ham, 4 x bread, 2 x egg)

600ml milk

500ml coke

nut bars x 2

beef patties x 2

rice 300g

pork 100g

 

Might have something else later on to finish macros

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hey gyzz you use something like my fitness pal? its way easier

 

obviously.

 

Edit forgot to say what my macro / cal goals even were in the first place.

 

P = 188g, C = 375, F = 83g. total = 3000

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