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How's this meal plan look ?

Answered on August 19, 2014
Created July 21, 2012 at 6:22 PM

I eat mostly paleo, my only cheat would be whey protein. Here is what my day looks like on the days I work.

Breakfast: 4 eggs Lift weights Post workout whey protein and mixed berries.

Snack: Almonds...about a handful

Lunch: Meat and veggies...the type varies by what's on sale but its always meat and veggies .

Snack: Almonds...another handful.

Dinner: meat and veggies

Then I go to boxing training for about an hour. Intense Plyo stuff I guess you can categorize it as. My shirt weighs about 3lbs full of sweat when I'm finished. Post boxing is whey and berries again.

I'm 5'10 214lbs. I'm not worried about how much I weigh, its more what I look like. I want to keep muscle mass and/or grow some more. I want that nice lean look. What would you all suggest? I know it's up to how I feel ultimately but I'm a fan of input. I used to be way bigger...282 lbs to ne exact and lost all my weight through the non paleo ways and just want to change it up.

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on July 21, 2012
at 11:46 PM

Considering he doesn't mention the cut/cuts of meat he is eating,one cannot accurately say much about his fat intake.

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on July 21, 2012
at 08:58 PM

What are you eating for carbohydrate? Our ancestors ate plenty of carbohydrate (tubers, fruit, etc.).

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on July 21, 2012
at 06:46 PM

I agree, I just like the input. I appreciate it. Thanks !

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on July 21, 2012
at 06:42 PM

I've come to learn that commenting on other peoples' diets is a useless endeavor b/c everyone has a different body that uses nutrients in varying levels of efficiency. What works awesome for one person may be horrible for the next, even if their goals are congruent.

Universal specifics do NOT work, but universal principles do.

  1. minimize food toxins- which you seem to be doing, depending upon how many almonds it is and the quality of your meat, fish, eggs, and produce.

  2. achieve an energy balance that is conducive to your goals.

  3. have a well structured and balanced fitness/exercise/stress reduction regimen.

  4. choose proof over theory- experiment and track, experiment and track, experiment and track

  5. focus on behaviors, not outcomes

  6. set little daily goals, and one big goal.

  7. find or create a motivational force

  8. be consistent in all the above.

Oh, and good job on your weight (hopefully fat) loss. Congrats.

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on July 21, 2012
at 06:46 PM

I agree, I just like the input. I appreciate it. Thanks !

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on July 21, 2012
at 09:29 PM

Can you eat that every day? If so then there's your answer

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on July 21, 2012
at 08:54 PM

I agree with foreveryoung above. In the interests of feedback, the only thing that really stands out to me is that you don't seem to have much fat in your diet beyond the almonds. Perhaps something to look at.

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on July 21, 2012
at 11:46 PM

Considering he doesn't mention the cut/cuts of meat he is eating,one cannot accurately say much about his fat intake.

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