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Unread 04-25-2017, 07:40 PM
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So should I just stop loggng my veggies as that raises the carb count and hence the calorie count? Also, since I'm weight training, and have 143 lbs LBM, I have to eat 178 g of protein daily, which is pretty close to 800 calories already. So I don't see how it's possible to keep my daily calories in the range of 400-800.
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Unread 04-26-2017, 06:05 AM
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With regards to the protein powder, you can easily get powder on truenutrition.com that has almost no carbs and no fat: https://truenutrition.com/p-7411-whe...1lb-milk.aspx?

It's fairly cheap too.
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Unread 04-26-2017, 04:59 PM
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With regards to the protein powder, you can easily get powder on truenutrition.com that has almost no carbs and no fat: https://truenutrition.com/p-7411-whe...1lb-milk.aspx?

It's fairly cheap too.
Thanks! That actually looks pretty good. Do you use any flavoring? If not, do you just drink it with plain water or what?

It's about $0.85 cents per serving if I buy 15 lbs + without flavors.
$0.87 cents per serving if I buy 15 lbs + WITH flavor
$0.87 cents per serving if I buy 5 lbs + WITH flavor

Compared with 75-77 cents per serving if I buy Optimum Gold Standard Whey. Now all this is just to save 4 g carbs and 2.5 g fat in my current protein powder (38.5 calories) or 3 g of carbs and 1 g fat if I get Gold Standard Whey (21 calories).

This is not considering the price of shipping/tax or if I find any specials going on with any other protein powder which would increase the price per serving. Don't you think that it's still better to just take in the small amount of carbs/fat, especially considering I only take 1 serving per day, while the rest of my calories come from whole foods as prescribed on the PSMF?
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Unread 04-28-2017, 12:45 PM
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Actually been a while since I have read RFL but if I recall correctly, this diet is about hitting the specific macros (protein, limits on carbs and fats), eating your veggies. There shouldn't even be a concern about calories. It is going to fall wherever it lands depending on your gender, weight, and category...
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Unread 04-30-2017, 10:09 AM
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Actually been a while since I have read RFL but if I recall correctly, this diet is about hitting the specific macros (protein, limits on carbs and fats), eating your veggies. There shouldn't even be a concern about calories. It is going to fall wherever it lands depending on your gender, weight, and category...
Alright then. Thank you!
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