gloops: im going to give feedback in the form of questions and some other statements:
20g EAS Whey Pro 1 nana 3 x PB & marmalade/crispbread 1 multi vit 1 codliver oil cap 400ml Cranberry juice 2 cups weak black tea
im guessing that nana is a banana? when i eat/drink something, i always think “nightmare, what is this doing for me and what is this doing to me?” what is the goal at this meal? and really at any meal? i tend to be (and maybe to a fault) a very systematic about my nutrition, everything is there for a reason. once you answer this, is there something you could substitute that could do the same job (-or better) and be more efficiant with your calories or provide you with more vit/min or phytochemicals?
Fresh Veg Soup ( non-processed ) broccolli 30g tinned tuna 1 apple
Handful of mixed nuts
this meal looks good. im guessing tuna is packed in water?
1 - 2.00 Coffee
Train 1 - 2.00 - 5.15
2 litres of Isostar - changing to 2 litres G - Push ( water on tempo days)
good call, using G1 will make a huge difference, im looking forward to your feedback
PW drink 4.45
20g EAS Whey Pro 1 nana 400ml Tropical & Cranberry juice
again im assuming nana is a banana, you might want to wait 10 minutes of so, dont let the whole food get in the way of the absorbtion of the fluids? this could only make a marginal difference, if at all, but every little bit…and the fruit juice? if you are going to have it this is the meal but is there something else you could use? straight dextrose or maltodextrin powder mixed with the whey? or even (dare i say) gatorade? check the price on G4 from gpush, on its own isnt the best choice (its only carbs, electrolytes and anti-oxidants) but add some protein and you have a good recovery drink.
Fresh Veg Soup (non-processed) mixed salad 30g tinned tuna mixed nuts
again pretty solid.
1 nana 1 apple
whats the purpose here? thats 200+ calories all from carbs pretty late in the day.
30g Grilled chicken breast in olive oil or 20g EAS Whey Pro ( sometimes cut on tempo days )
are you cooking in the oil? or grilling then adding the oil? i think the best way is to grill then add (?). why add the extra whey? why not eat a little more chicken breast?
Saturday evening I have chicken / salad sandwiches plus a donut & some chocolate
Sunday Turkey Roast lunchtime and chicken / salad sandwiches again in the evening
my thought overall is alot more carbs than i think you need or want while trying to lean out. personally i look at my carb sources and think what is this giving me other than carbs? thats why i have taken out all processed carbs (except surge post workout). bread? what does that do other than give you an easier way to shovel in your tuna/chck salid? its has been stripped of all natural goodness. take veggies over all carbs (except post workouts), then higher fiber fruits, then other fruit.
im not bashing on carbs, we need them, but make efficant use of them(meaning that if you are eating a source of carbs get in vit/min, fiber, phytochemicals at the same time). also, compare 100cals of bread compared to 100cals of veggies, look at the difference in sheer volume, this may help fill you up and take care of the “portions leave me wanting more”.
during training G1 is golden, but you need to keep your blood sugar levels undercontrol through the day, and do this by switching to more veggies, no processed carbs and making sure you get protein at every meal and snack.
also, you may want to bump up your EFAs, espically your omega 3s in the form of flax seed, flax oil, udo’s choice (which is a blend, but still pretty good)or some high grade fish oil. the fish oil caps are fine, but you need to take a pile of them (i think 15 caps) to equal 1 tbsp of oil, so it may be more cost effective to go with an oil.
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this i have no idea what you are talking about here? like not even a clue.