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What does everyone think of this as a diet for someone trying to put on some muscle whilst possibly losing some fat too.

 

Protein Shake:

250ml Soya Milk - 190kcal - 8.3g Protein - 26.8g Carbs - 5.3g Fat - 1.5g Saturated

Protein powder - 111kcal - 24.4g Protein - 0.3g Carbs - 1.3g Fat - 0.2g Saturated - 0.3g Fiber - 0.2g Sodium

2x Banana - 200kcal - 2.4g Protein - 46.4g Carbs - 0.6g Fat- 5.2g Fiber

 

2x Toast - 222kcal - 14g Protein - 22.8g Carbs - 8.2g Fat - 1.2g Saturated - 4.8g Fiber - 0.4g Sodium

 

Peanut Butter - 178kcal - 7.3g Protein - 2.9g Carbs - 15.4g Fat - 2.7g Saturated - 2.1g Fiber - 0.1g Sodium

 

1x Banana - 100kcal - 1.2g Protein - 23.2g Carbs - 0.3g Fat - 2.6g Fiber

 

2x Bread - 222kcal - 14g Protein - 22.8g Carbs - 8.2g Fat - 1.2g Saturated - 4.8g Fiber - 0.4g Sodium

 

100g Hummus - 304kcal - 6.7g Protein - 8.5g Carbs - 27g Fat - 3.6g Saturated - 5g Fiber - 0.4g Sodium

 

1x Banana - 100kcal - 1.2g protein - 23.2g Carbs - 0.3g Fat - 2.6g Fiber

 

100g Pasta - 357kcal - 12.3g Protein - 73.1g Carbs - 1.7g Fat - 0.5g Saturated - 2.5g Fiber - 0.1g Sodium

 

125g Pasta Sauce - 60kcal - 1.8g Protein - 7.8g Carbs - 2.5g Fat - 0.3g Saturated - 1.3g Fiber - 0.5g Sodium

 

3x Veggie Sausages - 303kcal - 33.9g Protein - 12.3g Carbs - 13.2g Fat - 5.4g Saturated - 2.4g Fiber - 0.9g Sodium

 

Protein Shake:

 

250ml Soya Milk - 190kcal - 8.3g Protein - 26.8g Carbs - 5.3g Fat - 1.5g Saturated

Protein powder - 111kcal - 24.4g Protein - 0.3g Carbs - 1.3g Fat - 0.2g Saturated - 0.3g Fiber - 0.2g Sodium

2x Banana - 200kcal - 2.4g Protein - 46.4g Carbs - 0.6g Fat- 5.2g Fiber

 

Totals

 

2848kcal - 162g Protein - 343g Carbs - 91g Fat - 18g Saturated Fat - 39g Fiber - 3.2g Sodium

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That example seems okay for one day, but where are your veggies and other fruits? The cheapest way is to go to the grocery store and get a 1lb bag of fozen mixed veggies(stir fry type without the seasoning) and steam it. Eat a bag or two at a time with a little bit of black pepper, garlic powder, and maybe a Tbsp of light soy sauce. Your body needs nutrients not necessarily calories. Pasta might make you feel full if you eat enough of it. Have you ever noticed that just a little bit is never filling? PB is okay, but it does pack a lot of fat. Throw some oranges, apples, strawberries, blueberries, avacados, salad greens in the mix too. You can keep it basic, but stick to veggies, fruits, brown rice, quinoa, black/kidney beans as a staple. Try to kick regular bread and get Ezekial. Better for you and it wont spike insulin levels like regular bread will.

 

~jimi

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