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Unread 03-09-2017, 08:56 PM
kfirmo kfirmo is offline
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hi there,

im doing UD2 in my first week and i struggled a bit.

first, i wanted to know how critical and helpful is glutamin duiring the diet and if it is worth the money?

and the other question and the critical one.

my macros in the crab load are 896 crab, 150 protain and 50 fat.

i have noticed that i cant eat a lot of food because im restricted with only 50 grams of fat. today (my first crab load in the diet) i have reached my calories but with only 700 grams of crabs cuz of the fat in my crabs. for exmple in my oatmeal, 300 grams has 20 grams of fat.

how to hell should i reach 896 grams of crabs without eating 10 kilo of white rice? what am i missing here? is it that impossible?

thanks.
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Unread 03-10-2017, 08:01 AM
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Bread
rice
potatoes
legumes

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hi there,

im doing UD2 in my first week and i struggled a bit.

first, i wanted to know how critical and helpful is glutamin duiring the diet and if it is worth the money?

and the other question and the critical one.

my macros in the crab load are 896 crab, 150 protain and 50 fat.

i have noticed that i cant eat a lot of food because im restricted with only 50 grams of fat. today (my first crab load in the diet) i have reached my calories but with only 700 grams of crabs cuz of the fat in my crabs. for exmple in my oatmeal, 300 grams has 20 grams of fat.

how to hell should i reach 896 grams of crabs without eating 10 kilo of white rice? what am i missing here? is it that impossible?

thanks.
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Unread 03-10-2017, 08:18 AM
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Don't expect miracles when supplementing glutamine. It may assist in recovery and help your immune system. When doing UD 2.0 (especially depletion training) your immune system may take a hit. In that case, supplementing glutamine will probably help a little.
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Unread 03-10-2017, 09:54 AM
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It's not worth the money. Bloody waste of time
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Unread 03-10-2017, 10:10 AM
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but my choices are limited.

i mean, even in the crab load phase i have to be spesific in order to hit those macros.
i cant let myself eat an ice cream because i have only 50 grams from fat and i have to save them to my protein foods and Quaker..

how u doing it?
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Unread 03-10-2017, 07:57 PM
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Gotta hand it to you, you are funny.

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but my choices are limited.

i mean, even in the crab load phase i have to be spesific in order to hit those macros.
i cant let myself eat an ice cream because i have only 50 grams from fat and i have to save them to my protein foods and Quaker..

how u doing it?
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Unread 03-10-2017, 08:05 PM
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That's a lot of carbs. Looked it up in milk chocolate for grins...about 3.5 pounds. Not even on my worst day.

I've done avoiding carbs, avoiding fat, and will probably always have to work on getting in all the protein. Needing to eat more carbs would be novel.

What about a big bowl of cereal w/bananas? I could eat cereal pretty much anytime of day. Just used 100 grams for most servings because it is easy..the milk and sugar are a guess...might need more.

puffed wheat cereal
100 grams = 73 g carbs, 2 g fat

skim milk
2 cups/480 ml = 24 g carbs

sugar
30 grams = 14 g carbs

total: 134 g carbs, 2 g fat

Pasta w/sauce should be workable...pasta has about 2 g fat per 100/grams and tomato based sauce could be low fat. Lentil vegetable soup is good (IMO) and I have found boxed varieties @ 3 different stores that are 200 cal./48 g carbs and 0 fat for the box.

Dried fruit is compact/high carb/non-fat.

dates
100 grams = 75 g carbs

Then there are dry crunchy snacks.

rice cakes
100 grams = 78 g carbs

pretzel twists
100 grams = 82 g carbs, 2 g fat

And, if you aren't sugar phobic, candy. My fave:

gummy bears
100 grams = 74 g carbs

But the winner (appropriate to the season):

jelly beans
100 grams = 90 g carbs
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Unread 03-11-2017, 12:25 AM
BigPecsPeter BigPecsPeter is offline
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Holly, have you ever done UD2?
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Unread 03-11-2017, 12:28 AM
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Have to be careful with the gummy bears/jelly beans. Yes, both have a large amount of dextrose, but they also have a large amount of HFCS which is a mix of sucrose and fructose. For the carb load, you need to stay under 50g fructose and 100g sucrose. Definitely can help you meet your macros, but don't make it a staple.
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Unread 03-11-2017, 01:05 AM
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Don't worry overly about that fructose thing. In practical terms, the difference between having 50g or 100g of fructose is completely unimportant.
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