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Let's see if I can even make it a week on a diet like this:
  • 2000 calories per day
  • 30-35% protein from whole food sources (no shakes!)
  • 10-15% carbs like spinach, broccoli, green beans, asparagus, zucchini, cauliflower, different color peppers, carrots, tomatoes
  • 55-60% fat with an even mixture of saturates, polyunsaturates, and monounsaturates
  • Roughly: 200 lbs, 2000kcal, 150g protein, 50g carbs, 132g fat
  • Four meals a day, even split of macronutrients
  • Supplements:
    • 5g of BCAAs and 2.5g creatine 4x day
    • Greens+ 1x day
    • Multi-vitamin 1x day
    • ZMA 1x day
    • 3g fish oil 3x day
    • 3 Hot Rox 3x day
    • Power Drive 2x day
The biggest issue I see here is creating the proper meals four times a day. It will probably take 1.5 hours per day in prep and cooking so this is definitely a strong commitment. I should probably just go to the store once a week and have a huge veggie chopping session. I could then portion it all out then so I don't have to think before each meal.