Going to check that app after work, thanks!Rp strength app makes it real easy
0700-Breakfast- wheat toast or steel oats, eggs, whey
1300 Lunch- chicken, almonds, banana, brown rice, veg
1630- Pork Loin, sweet potato, pecans, veg
1930- 93/7 ground beef, rice or potato, veg.
You Can adjust your schedule and the app moves macros around to best fit your schedule
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I try to keep it simple
Breakfast: 2 hard boiled eggs + black coffee
Lunch: shake(4 scoop whey isolate, 1/4 cup oats, 1tbsp nut butter, 1.5 cup vanilla almond milk) + 2 hard boiled eggs
Dinner: 2 top sirloin steaks med rare + 4 sunny side up eggs
Snacks: beef jerky, mixed nuts, berries, celery, broccoli
This doesn't include supplements
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I find myself the same way. It took some time for my body to adjust to this diet (2 months) I'd have to set my alarm 30min early in the morning to make time on the toilet lolBeen carnivore for 2 months now and whenever I eat anything except meat/eggs/dairy/nuts, my gas is atrocious.
Maybe somethings wrong with me.
Did you mean you are eating around 3500 a day? I don't see how you can sustain a 1000-1200 daily calorie deficit for a prolonged period of time and gain strength or stamina.I am probably not ideal, as I eat like a teenager and hate to workout. I also despise water. However, over the past 25 years my bidy has adapted to my diet and methodology of training and I feel more fit and capable than most folks I know. I don’t have impressive 1 or 3 rep max numbers on any thing, but my goal is to be able to work at a steady pace for multiple hours, multiple days on limited calories. With this thought process I dont really care what the calories are, its all just fuel at this point. Generally, I eat about a meal a day during the hunting season and two meals the rest of the year, maybe a total of 2500 calories each day. I’ll burn an average of 3500-3700 each day. Not very scientific, but its simple and it works for me.