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Pic related is what I normally eat any given day while cutting.
I'm going to bed hungry every night, does that mean I'm doing it right?
Any other tips for not starving while cutting?

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  1. 4 weeks ago
    Giddy

    If you are not using any drugs, then yes, you are doing it right

    • 4 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      No drugs outside of the occasional vodka soda. One cup of coffee in the morning too.

      Carbs make me feel hungry as frick all the time, oh well.

      Aren't complex carbs supposed to be filling?

  2. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Carbs make me feel hungry as frick all the time, oh well.

  3. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Cut out the cheese and swap the rice for oats. Eat more broccoli and greens. Maybe an apple or orange here and there.

    • 4 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      recommend changing the quick view form net carbs to carbs. might help you gauge a bit better.
      for night hunger try low-sugar electrolyte water with some lemon juice.

      seconding the veggies. you can eat tons to fill up because they're low cal. also skew your meals towards later in the day, that way you can have your last meala bit closer to bed and not be so hungry. cut out the pistachios too, they're a waste of cals.

      completely agree.

    • 4 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      >Cut out the cheese and swap the rice for oats
      I mainly just eat the cheese to get some fat in my diet along with the pistachios. What day sources would you recommend while cutting?
      Also why oats over rice? They're both complex carbs, right?
      Also by oats I assume you mean steel cut but correct me if I'm wrong.

      seconding the veggies. you can eat tons to fill up because they're low cal. also skew your meals towards later in the day, that way you can have your last meala bit closer to bed and not be so hungry. cut out the pistachios too, they're a waste of cals.

      >they're a waste of cals
      Aren't nuts a good source for fat? What do you mean by a waste of calories?

      recommend changing the quick view form net carbs to carbs. might help you gauge a bit better.
      for night hunger try low-sugar electrolyte water with some lemon juice.

      [...]
      completely agree.

      >low-sugar electrolyte water with some lemon juice
      Hadn't heard of this, I'll give it a shot. Thanks anon.

      As for the fruits and veggies, does the 50g of liver not get most of not all of my vitamins and minerals?
      I do also take supplements in the morning-
      10g BCAA
      5g Creatine
      Fish Oil
      Vitamin D

      • 4 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        veggies are a good habit anyways. its very difficult to track micro nutrient intake so adding veggies wont hurt at all and spread out your micronutrient intake throughout the day.
        if you are AU/NZ i would try bulknutrients electrolyte blend, or just hydralyte or something

        • 4 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          did you not read what he said? he doesn’t need to track micronutrients if he eats liver. your vegetable obsession is unjustified and you’re too moronic to give others advice.

      • 4 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        Just do what I tell you, you little c**t

        • 4 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          :^(

      • 4 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        I assumed you had white rice. I find oats to be more filling and versatile; rice as breakfast is less appealing (to me) than oats for dinner. Better source of fat would be other types of nuts and seeds - walnuts, almonds, flax, and chia are my personal go-to, but pretty much anything works. If you spam dairy, a little whole fat cottage cheese works well as a sweetener and thickener in protein shakes and fruit smoothies. If you're using brown rice you should be ight.

        Here's my priority cutting list, for reference:
        >0% Greek yogurt
        >variety of leafy and colorful vegetables
        >variety of fruits
        >variety of nuts
        >turkey and chicken
        >shrimp and salmon
        >whole cottage cheese
        >oats
        >dark chocolate

      • 4 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        >Aren't nuts a good source for fat? What do you mean by a waste of calories?
        yea I guess but there's nothing else to them. they aren't nutritious and they aren't filling you up at all. for the same amount of calories you could eat 4 eggs or a couple pieces of fruit or some more lean meat and rice.

  4. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    eat more vegetables. shred some cabbage and put a tiny bit cider vineger and salt on it and have that with every meal for example.

  5. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    seconding the veggies. you can eat tons to fill up because they're low cal. also skew your meals towards later in the day, that way you can have your last meala bit closer to bed and not be so hungry. cut out the pistachios too, they're a waste of cals.

  6. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    too much fat. remove 25-30 grams fat and replace it with whole food carbs like whole wheat, barley, lentils, and beans. needs fibre. 2 tbs psyllium in water after dinner will help keep you satisfied. replacing the fat with beans and grains will give you the fats and a lot of the satiating fibre you are looking for. no point at all to eat nuts if you are cutting. take a multi mineral supplement instead.

    • 4 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      >remove 25-30 grams fat
      20g of fat isn't going to tank my testosterone production?
      >take a multi mineral supplement instead.
      That's what the liver is for.

      Everything else makes sense though. Thanks anon.

      • 4 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        >20g of fat isn't going to tank my testosterone production
        you have fat on your body that will be metabolized if you are in a caloric deficit

        • 4 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          Does metabolizing body fat have the same effect as digesting dietary fats?
          I know it seems like that should be the case on the surface but there's a lot of weird shit the body does that I don't understand.

          I disagree. A large portion of it is from the nuts which have been proven to actually help keep weight off for whatever reason. Why idk but that’s the research

          case in point.

      • 4 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        Dont worry, 1500kcal and 50g fat already destroys your test, doesnt make much more difference if you frick yourself up even harder

        https://i.imgur.com/yRn7rQC.jpg

        too much fat. remove 25-30 grams fat and replace it with whole food carbs like whole wheat, barley, lentils, and beans. needs fibre. 2 tbs psyllium in water after dinner will help keep you satisfied. replacing the fat with beans and grains will give you the fats and a lot of the satiating fibre you are looking for. no point at all to eat nuts if you are cutting. take a multi mineral supplement instead.

        >replace nutritious food with food completely void of any nutrients
        Based moron

    • 4 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      I disagree. A large portion of it is from the nuts which have been proven to actually help keep weight off for whatever reason. Why idk but that’s the research

      • 4 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        from my experience I've lost much more weight faster eating very low fat. last few months I cut my fat intake probably by half and now am maybe 10-15% calories from saturated or pufas 150g protein, the rest carbs. whatever diet works for you then stick to it, but there is more benefit from eating high carb low fat (particularly while cutting) in my opinion. more energy, higher thermal effect of food, higher vitamin/minerals, phyto nutrients, fibre.

        Does metabolizing body fat have the same effect as digesting dietary fats?
        I know it seems like that should be the case on the surface but there's a lot of weird shit the body does that I don't understand. [...] case in point.

        >Does metabolizing body fat have the same effect as digesting dietary fats?
        as far as I know, yes. it's stored calories. a lab can bio assay your fat and identify exactly what it is. ive been eating this way for the past 4 months with another 2 at maintence and my lifts have still been increasing (slowly and I'm still dyel, but the fat is coming off). keep lifting, doing cardio and eating properly

        • 4 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          Interesting.
          I'll give it a shot. Thanks anon.

        • 4 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          I have the opposite experience, that carbs help with bulking while fats help with cutting. We're all different though. What matters is that the diet works for you for your intended goals, without major deficits or issues. In OP's case, getting in more fiber and less sugar / starch will probably help with their goals, and eliminate their hunger problem.

          There's also the obvious: drink moar wadur buddeh

        • 4 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          >from my experience I've lost much more weight faster eating very low fat
          Same experience here

    • 4 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      NTA, psyllium ain't bad but I find nuts more filling than grains. But I usually use them in conjunction with other stuff, and the combination seems to do the trick.

      +1 on psyllium husk, that shit is great if you're clogged up. Mix with some milk and thicken with a shot of magnesium citrate, and it'll blow your butthole out clean.

    • 4 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      anon please don't listen to people like this dyel tard telling you to eat less fat

      IT WILL NUKE YOUR TEST AND YOUR SEX DRIVE. fat is essential for hormones

      • 4 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        Get at least 60g as well, fat is essential for hormone regulation, even more so at low body fat as there are less fat reserves to use. Random info about muscle synthesis.

  7. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Fiberous carbs
    Drink less calories
    Put more carbs in the afternoon/night
    Eat a little more but exercise a little more this will be about deficit of about 800 kcal once my walks, rowing and lifting are added.

    • 4 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      Forgot picture

      • 4 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        Post micros.

        • 4 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          This is without the one-a-day I usually take 1/2 of

          • 4 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            This is with a one-a-day but without d3 or fish oil or half a zinc not that I take those regularly.

          • 4 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            Damn, nice amino acid profile there. Your vitamin profile looks like mine on a good day (I have a hard time accurately tracking prepped meals; roommates eyeball shit).

            • 4 weeks ago
              Anonymous

              Here's a good day of mine.
              1/6

              • 4 weeks ago
                Anonymous

                I definitely overate for the day, but I hit most of my micro goals. I'm still trying to nail that one down without supplementation; most premade shit is mid tier at best and really only a bandaid solution for a deeper problem.
                2/6

              • 4 weeks ago
                Anonymous

                Lotsa namegays lately.
                >captcha: AO2AOA
                3/6

              • 4 weeks ago
                Anonymous

                I'll stick to Imgur in the future, waiting on the captcha sucks.
                >Pro tip: since magnesium and calcium compete for absorption, use dairy as a base for veggie consumption - the oxalate will bind up the excess calcium and you'll get a better absorption rate from the veggies. Follow up with bananas or other high magnesium foods for maximum benefit.
                4/6

              • 4 weeks ago
                Anonymous

                I just wish I wasn't a sucker for chocolate sometimes. My roommates love sweets and I end up snagging some, which usually is what throws me off for a little while. I'm supposed to be cutting, but I've been maintaining around 2600kcal.
                >captcha: NGR8MM
                5/6

              • 4 weeks ago
                Anonymous

                The last one. I should be sleeping, gotta meal prep tomorrow and lift. Probably gonna spam bench for the giggles, maybe run a little. No routine yet due to poor sleep hygiene.
                6/6

              • 4 weeks ago
                Anonymous

                what app is this everyone is using?

              • 4 weeks ago
                Anonymous

                Cronometer. It's pretty handy, provides granular information, and it's free. I know a nutritionist who tells his clients to use it.

              • 4 weeks ago
                Anonymous

                sweet as

              • 4 weeks ago
                Anonymous

                https://i.imgur.com/4d4y81S.png

                I definitely overate for the day, but I hit most of my micro goals. I'm still trying to nail that one down without supplementation; most premade shit is mid tier at best and really only a bandaid solution for a deeper problem.
                2/6

                https://i.imgur.com/DbkEtIy.png

                Lotsa namegays lately.
                >captcha: AO2AOA
                3/6

                https://i.imgur.com/Cy3R62H.png

                I'll stick to Imgur in the future, waiting on the captcha sucks.
                >Pro tip: since magnesium and calcium compete for absorption, use dairy as a base for veggie consumption - the oxalate will bind up the excess calcium and you'll get a better absorption rate from the veggies. Follow up with bananas or other high magnesium foods for maximum benefit.
                4/6

                https://i.imgur.com/n34ldW2.png

                I just wish I wasn't a sucker for chocolate sometimes. My roommates love sweets and I end up snagging some, which usually is what throws me off for a little while. I'm supposed to be cutting, but I've been maintaining around 2600kcal.
                >captcha: NGR8MM
                5/6

                https://i.imgur.com/okiFqvw.png

                The last one. I should be sleeping, gotta meal prep tomorrow and lift. Probably gonna spam bench for the giggles, maybe run a little. No routine yet due to poor sleep hygiene.
                6/6

                Forgot actual foods from that day. Welp.
                >MVMPS4

  8. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    >1500 calories
    Are you a small woman?

  9. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    >Costco commercial
    Buy an ad, homosexual.

  10. 4 weeks ago
    AnavarGuy

    Skip breakfast OP
    t. also on 1500kcal a day

    >Breakfast
    Black coffee x ∞
    >Lunch
    High protein chicken burrito 400kcal (120kcal for the high protein and fibre wrap, then just chicken breast, jalepenos, olives, beans, hot sauce etc. up to 280kcal (Usually about 200kcal of chicken for 55g total protein inc. wrap)
    >Dinner
    2 scoop Protein shake 260kcal (100g total)
    Anything I want with the other 900kcal, steaks, hunters chicken, eggs, bacon etc. plus some leafy greens to round out the diet.
    Again, lots of hot sauce so I chug tonnes of water to stay full.

    Its an easy life tbh

    • 4 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      I usually do one meal a day (the rice and chicken) and then fill in the evening with pistachios and cheese.
      The info in this thread is great though. Lots of information.

      • 4 weeks ago
        AnavarGuy

        Im more amazed youre wasting calories on milk. You really cant stomach protein with just water? That extra 220kcal would literally be 110g more chicken you could eat.
        Plus instead of nuts and cheese, get used to boiled eggs as a snack anon, 320kcal is 4 eggs, 6 eggs if you ate them instead of the cheese, a dab of mustard, hot sauce or the like is enough to make them interesting too.
        Six eggs is like 300g of food too (50g per egg), far more filling than 30g of cheese and a handful of nuts.

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