Is that all you're eating?!?! Not to sound alarmed, but I think you should definitely increase your caloric load - by a significant amount. Also, you're aware that 80/10/10 is based upon a raw food approach, which would necessarily exclude your white rice, baked potatoes, most of the dried fruit, and certainly that grape jelly, right? Plus, you admit you're not hitting the macros. Your body needs fat to regulate a lot of things other than weight loss (like your brain, protein synthesis, etc.), and protein for... other stuff. Getting only 3% of one or both is REALLY low on an already extreme diet.
I think you should do a lil more research into the 80/10/10 diet prior to moving forward. If you really are training 2 hours per session, 4-5 times per week, you should probably be consume somewhere in the realm of 3500+ calories per day. When I did 80/10/10, I was training 4-5 times per week, about an hour per session, and I could barely survive on approximately 3000 calories per day. It got to the point where I didn't even care about calories any longer, and just ate to my heart's content. I could tell I was under-eating because I immediately dropped ten pounds. But, thereafter, I gained about 14 back over the following six months.
I gave it up because, well, I got sick of eating bananas. Plus, when it's winter here, there's no good produce. Plus, I got tired of feeling hungry all the time, no matter how much I consumed. There's no real sustainable energy on that nutrition plan (i.e. energy from fat), because it's all quickly utilized by the body (i.e. fruit sugars). Sure, you have a ton of energy, and because you're constantly eating there's no real crash... but if you miss a meal, or workout harder than what you've consumed, I bet you find yourself in what my doctor friend calls a "snack spiral," and out comes the peanut butter and dates.
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