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  1. Seem to be getting more and more popular. It's not just the fatties that are at it, Matt Does Fitness and Rob Lipsett all do it. How the frigg does someone get away with doing a ten thousand calorie challenge? Don't get the appeal of watching someone eat.
  2. I got a few packets of microwave rice to work out which one I wanted to buy in bulk. These weigh 250g and are basically precooked. The nutrition on the back of the packet for basmati rice suggests that one serving (half the pack, 125g) is 39g of carbs. However the content is precooked, water weighted rice. Usually cooked rice is 3x the weight of dry rice so should the nutrition listed be for like 30g of rice or something like that? In comparison I cooked up 100g of rice today and it weighed just over 400g when cooked, naturally if I eat it all, I record it at 100g, not 400g. The same should apply to the micro rice, or am I incorrect?
  3. Dissertation Research

    Hi all. I am currently a Sustainability and Environmental Management Masters student completing my dissertation titled 'How do dietary choices influence an individuals greenhouse gas footprint in the UK'. I am looking for bodybuilders/keen gym-go'ers who eat over 100g of meat per day complete a food diary that will be compared to different dietary groups to see how greenhouse gas values vary based on diet. If anyone would like to take part in this study or would like more information, please comment or message me. Any help would be greatly greatly appreciated All the best, Hannah https://coventry.onlinesurveys.ac.uk/dietary-choices-individual-motivations
  4. Hello all, Started my 4th Cycle 3 weeks ago. 30 years old - 6ft 1 - 95kg Amounts and Type: Weeks 1 - 16 - 500mg per week Omega EQ per week Weeks 1 - 16 - 600mg per week Omega Teso Mix Weeks 8 - 16 - 266mg per week Omega Tren Ace Been doing 4IU's of Pfizer Genotropin HGH per day for 2 months. Carrying this on for another 4 months. Weeks 8 - 16 - 50mg T3/T4 combined mix per day. 10mg Aromasin daily 500 units of HCG twice per week for 18 weeks. Caber Other supplements: 6mg Boron per day Multi Vitamin daily High strength Omega oil tablets daily 408mg Lymecycline tablet for spots per day. Food: Circa 3500 calories per day. Order food of meal prep companies such as Athletes Kitchen. They provide 3 meals per day. I have a separate 3 meals which i prepare. Various snack like almonds etc. 3 protein shakes per day. 1 ltr of coconut water daily 2 liters of water daily. I have had no problems so far. Appetite has gone up a lot, which i dont mind. Only issue is my body temp is generally higher and finding myself a little more puffed out. Put on 8lbs already and my strenght is higher. I will give regular updates if people are interested.
  5. I am sure this has been done before but post your breakfast with macros! 6 scrambled eggs on 2 bagels 100g oats 200ml of semi skimmed mixed 30g of chocolate protein and a banana 1.478 calories 103g protein 150g carbs 50g fat
  6. Struggle downing 4000+ kcal

    Hey all. I’m here to ask you what can I do to reduce the sickness that I’m getting from eating 4000+ calories. I feel bloated, have problems going to the bathroom. My diet is almost clean (basmati rice, chicken, olive oil, egg whites, instant oats. That’s it) but I’m having a hard time digesting all this food. What can I do? I read somewhere about digestive enzymes... please help. Bulking is a pain.
  7. Hi - I've been considering daily calorie intake as a disabled person. More specifically, as I can do less training, should i consume less or as I fatigue and hit my upper range sooner, should I consume more to replenish what's been burned. I've been cruising/maintaining, but if anyone has any knowledge on this I'd appreciate it. I'd like to put on some weight, but avoid over eating, getting chubby and exacerbating my symptoms. Thanks! Some numbers: I'm mid 30s, 188cm, 74kg, 12%fat, 20~BMI I aim for 3 home workouts p/w squats 5x10, 25kg on the bar, my legs are like twigs so that's my focus! deadlift, bent rows, curls, raises, same bar, same weight, same range _ crunches, body weight lunges
  8. Hey, Usually I would train AM, after a coffee. I would then have creatine and a high blend whey. The rest is food, food and more food. Here's the thing , I am now the lowest BFP I have ever been, 5'11, 12 stone and want to maintain a low body fat and put on muscle. I think I should up my calories with protein and good carbs and train as hard as I can (lifting) I find cardio boring but am relatively active anyway. Any diet suggestions, decent Whey products or anything else Cheers MAM
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