Hi there, I thought that I had posted here before but I can't find my name. Probably you forgot me anyway as I have been travelling for 3 months until yesterday.Anyway, I have followed this forum just a little bit and lacked the willpower to take off for myself. However, my best friend has started dieting herself. Not a diet to lose weight, but a bulk-up diet, since she only weighed 49 kg at 1,65 m (I'm a metric fundamentalist, but 1kg = 2,2 lbs, so that's around 110 lbs at 5 ft 6in or so).Anyway, she first did the usual stuff of eating fatty and greasy stuff to get more weight, but she didn't like the development of fat rolls and decided that she needed more muscle instead, which led her to the bodybuilding forums, where a lot of people were using a low carb diet. Anyway, she is an incredibly smart woman (Mensa member and such) so she and me cooked up a menu for the day and I was wondering what you thought about it.I have been weighing 85 kg (187 lbs) in the recent past while I'm just a wench of 1,58 m (about 5ft 3-4in). During my 3-mo trip I lost a net wt of 5 kg and now weigh 80 kg (176lbs), which is already 2kg more than 5 days before, since my host bulked me up with sweet food like pies and cakes! I am in love with cycle-touring and spinning as a fitness exercise. My trouble has been in the past that I would cycle from Mar-Sep and then do nothing from Oct-Feb, which resulted in weight swings of more than 10 kg. My fit summer weight is 72kg, which I didn't manage to attain this year as my season was ruined by a foot injury (I skipped rope once and it is still bothering me after 7 mo.). Anyway, next year is a very, very important year sportswise and I really, really want to lose more weight than just go back to 72kg since I am such a lousy climber. Luckily spinning finally arrived in town here and last season I was able to keep depression and a huge weight gain at bay with 3 weekly spinning sessions.. TMI now?Anyway, here is the menu with an added list of the food items with the calories/100grams and the carbs,fats and proteins in grams/100g. The list of food items was derived from a brochure of the Dutch food institute. There is also a web site... www.voedingsmeter.nl which I used to get some info on food content. They only work with what you eat, but if you pretend to eat 100 gram of just one item it works the same way...Subject: 80 kg, 1.60m, female, endo-meso type, moderately activeenergy uptake: 1900 kcal/day (80% of recommended daily intake)Protein: 1,7 g proteint/kgAverage/meal: 317 kcal Drink at least 3 l of water/daymeal food item - wt(g) nrg(kcal) crb (g)fat(g)prot (g)08002 eggs 110g 166cal 0- 12 - 14gbacon 25g 126cal 0 11 6mushrooms 60g 31cal 1 2 2fiber pills (no carbs) na calcium pill naglucosamine namultivitamin natotal 324cal 0 23 21 1100 olive oil 5g 45cal 0 5 0marinated herring (or salmon) 100g 208cal 0 16 16lettuce 50 4cal 0 0 0total 253cal 0 21 16 1400 nonfat cottage cheese 100g 56cal 3 0 11cream (no sugar) 30g 103cal 1 11 1walnuts 20g 132cal 2 13 3sweetener na flaxseed oil 5g 45cal 0 5 0total 336cal 6 28 151700 leg of chicken 150g 344cal 0 21 39broccoli 200g 40cal 4 0 6total 384cal 4 21 452000 fillet of cod 100g 101cal 1 1 22(or shrimp, tuna)mayonaise 25g 187cal 1 20 0lettuce 50g 4cal 0 0 0flaxseed oil 5g 45cal 0 5 0total 337cal 2 26 222300 2 eggs 110g 166cal 0 12 14olive oil 5g 45cal 0 5 0mushrooms 60g 31cal 1 2 2flaxseed oil 5g 45cal 0 5 0fiber pills natotal 287cal 1 25 16 Daily total 1920cal 12 145 135 wt(g) energy(kcal)crb(g)fat(g)prot(g)percentage energy by each food group 2 68 28List of food stuffs per 100 gramsfood item energy(kcal)crb(g)fat(g)protein (g)bacon 505 0 45 25salmonfillet 200 0 25 11shrimp 90 0 2 18cream, unsweetened 344 3 36 2walnuts 659 8 63 15herring, marinated 208 0 16 16chicken with skin 229 0 14 26 broccoli 20 2 0 3fillet of white fish 101 1 1 22fillet of cod 105 1 1 23tuna 118 0 1 26shrimp 90 0 2 18mayonaise 746 2 81 1mushrooms 52 1 4 3
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