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Approved Log Supertiredwantfood carnivore ketogenic LOG

sis i do think you should have stayed on the diet but when you spike blood sugar and fats in diet you can store bodyfat
@ceo i agree with you she shouldnt do very fatty food like pork with fruit
I think fats and carbs can work if healthy fats like fatty fish and carbs like fruits, but fatty pork with organges will just lead to fat gains.
there are many studies showing mixing fats and carbs is not a good idea, try to clean up the type of meat first
Dw guys fixing it up
 
new diet is good but you missing fatty fish add the fish to the diet log
I wouldn't be able to afford fatty fish it's real expensive here. Lean fish I can afford but salmon is like $40+ per kg
 
you looking great@!! natural born athlete for sure keep it up
 
6TH SEPTEMBER LOG

DIET:

Meal #1: 6:30AM
- chicken and pork mince
- frozen veg
- Psyllium husk (1 tbsp)

Pre workout snack: 11:00AM
- 1 large banana

Meal #2: 1:30PM
- chicken and pork mince
- frozen veg

Water/coffee:
- no clue but not a lot today

DAY TOTAL: (not including half a donut i ate and BBQ, it was all at church lol)
- 1232.7 kcal
- 158.8g protein
- 50.8g carbs
- 41.8g fat

SUPPLEMENTS:
- Creatine (5g)
- Fish oil (2g)

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TRAINING:

Squats:
- 1 set of 6, 40kg
- 4 sets of 12, 50kg (really hitting depth went lighter)

Romanians:
- 3 sets of 12, 50kg
- 1 set of 6 - had to stop halfway through 💀

Prone leg curl:
- 4 sets of 10, "6"

Seated leg extension:
- 4 sets of 10, "8"

CARDIO:

- 4+ hrs walking (fast pace) very active day


__________________________________________________________________________________

NOTES:
- since adding in vegetables I've noticed digestion issues (BAD bloating, cramps etc) but fruit was fine. Don't know if i should ride it out or remove it... also I'm sure you guys know gas/bloating + leg day = not fun lol big reason why i went light today 😂 if anyone is curious the veg was carrot, beans, corn, broccoli, zucchini and potato in a frozen veg mix.


Current measurements:
Height: 163cm/5"4
Waist: 67.5cm (-0.5cm)
Bust: 91cm (-1cm)
Glutes: 95cm (-1cm)
Thigh: 54cm (+1cm)
Upper arm: 31cm (same)
 
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6TH SEPTEMBER LOG

DIET:

Meal #1: 6:30AM
- chicken and pork mince
- frozen veg
- Psyllium husk (1 tbsp)

Pre workout snack: 11:00AM
- 1 large banana

Meal #2: 1:30PM
- chicken and pork mince
- frozen veg

Water/coffee:
- no clue but not a lot today

DAY TOTAL: (not including half a donut i ate and BBQ, it was all at church lol)
- 1232.7 kcal
- 158.8g protein
- 50.8g carbs
- 41.8g fat

SUPPLEMENTS:
- Creatine (5g)
- Fish oil (2g)

__________________________________________________________________________________


TRAINING:

Squats:
- 1 set of 6, 40kg
- 4 sets of 12, 50kg (really hitting depth went lighter)

Romanians:
- 3 sets of 12, 50kg
- 1 set of 6 - had to stop halfway through 💀

Prone leg curl:
- 4 sets of 10, "6"

Seated leg extension:
- 4 sets of 10, "8"

CARDIO:

- 4+ hrs walking (fast pace) very active day


__________________________________________________________________________________

NOTES:
- since adding in vegetables I've noticed digestion issues (BAD bloating, cramps etc) but fruit was fine. Don't know if i should ride it out or remove it... also I'm sure you guys know gas/bloating + leg day = not fun lol big reason why i went light today 😂 if anyone is curious the veg was carrot, beans, corn, broccoli, zucchini and potato in a frozen veg mix.


Current measurements:
Height: 163cm/5"4
Waist: 67.5cm (-0.5cm)
Bust: 91cm (-1cm)
Glutes: 95cm (-1cm)
Thigh: 54cm (+1cm)
Upper arm: 31cm (same)
@Supertiredwantfood vegetables have soluble and insoluble fiber its normal to be bloated when you go from carnivore back to greens. I would ride it out BUT beans and corn are not really vegetables. They are inflammatory. Stick to broccoli zucchini and carrots and leafy greens.

I see you did a feeding window 6-1 thats perfect.
 
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