Working out your ratios

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Working out your ratios

#1 Postby princessbee » Tue Sep 26, 2006 1:55 am

Hi all - could someone give me a KISS guide to breaking down the percentage of protein, carbs and fat I should get in my daily diet?

I weigh about 64 kilos, quite a bit of that is muscle. No idea what that is in pounds. I haven't had a body composition done :P I stand at 5'3-4".

THANK YOU!!!!! :smt054

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Re: Working out your ratios

#2 Postby Daywalker » Tue Sep 26, 2006 2:58 am

princessbee wrote:Hi all - could someone give me a KISS

I would, but i have a girlfriend...

guide to breaking down the percentage of protein, carbs and fat I should get in my daily diet?

I weigh about 64 kilos, quite a bit of that is muscle. No idea what that is in pounds. I haven't had a body composition done :P I stand at 5'3-4".

THANK YOU!!!!! :smt054

I think the ratio stuff is overrated and impractical.
Watch to get enough protein (70g/day), and eat clean and healthy, not too much, and you should be okay. That's one of the advantages of being vegan :D
No one said it would be easy.


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