Asking for Vet advice on custome diet.

IronTagger

Junior Member
(Thread title supposed to be "custom diet" as opposed to "custome diet")

I am 32 years young, 5'11 and 185lbs. I wish I could tell you my bf composition but I havent got an exact number, however, based on pics of other dieters I would say I am around 15%. I am running test e, and tren ace along with AI's to combat the nasties. My question is, would the basic 2 to 1 protein to carb diet I am now on help me lose bf and build muscle mass? When I finish training I am absolutely starving and it isnt time for me to eat. Can someone tell me a "basic" layout for someone in my situation? Im wanting to get mass and lose fat, I know-so does everyone, but diet construction isnt my strong suit. I can obey the diet no problem. Just hoping a seasoned vet may have a minute or two to tell me how many meals, snacks, shakes if any, protein to carb, and when to do said items during the course of my day. Dont worry about listing the foods, I can handle that-just looking for a skeleton for my diet. Thanks in advance.

"-Train, Sustain, and Maintain"
 
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IronTagger

Junior Member
I gotta say it, but you don't even know how to diet, calculate tdee and adjust macros, yet your using gear...wait your using tren? Damn

Im on a diet currently, I would just like to compare it to someone elses opinion. Like I said, mostly due to my being subjected to intense hunger day and night. Just looking for options, because I wasnt this hungry last year cycle. Near same calorie intake.
 
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IronTagger

Junior Member
Based on my diet sheet and the calculators available I am taking in enough calories, but my guts are literally burning from hunger. Different times of day. I want to lose some of this bf but is it normal to be this damn hungry. Im taking in 19k calories a week. My brain says stay put, my stomach says forget that, you cant gain muscle mass this hungry.:confused:
 

RodgerThat

Member
So you're taking in 2700 calories a day... Cool you aren't in a deficit or a surplus. Wanna gain mass eat more food, wanna lose fat eat less food, wanna stay the same and look the same repeat what your doing indefinitely. Diet and training should be the first two thing you research and have a full grasp on, there is no excuse for someone multiple cycles deep to not know how to diet or what their TDEE is. Good luck bud but short of someone writing a book for you here you need to do more research.
 

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