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High Protein Meal Plan From M&F Hers

Tuesday, January 01, 2013

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GAILSQUEST 1/6/2013 3:08PM

    I fired up the printer.I will adjust as necessary since I`m rather large.
Good way to get back on track.
Thanks for sharing the link.
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ALLISON145 1/2/2013 9:22PM

    It's worth a shot! Just pay close attention to how you feel and adjust as necessary. :-)

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BOOKWORM27S 1/2/2013 2:36PM

    Let me know how it goes. Since it is only a 4 week plan, I'm sure it would be ok. I guess you can sub different protein options depending on your blood type. I know too much protein is hard on the kidneys, but I think that is when people eat a high protein diet for an extended period of time.
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JADOMB 1/2/2013 12:58PM

    I'm not so sure it's the plan for you. That is extremely high protein. I know the plan that has helped me and so many others here is the 50/30/20 and I'm trying to now go more protein less fat. So my goal is to do 50/20/30. It wouldn't bother me if my carbs drop below the 50 but I wouldn't want to make a habit out of it.

I think that plan would do fine for true body builders that are competing, but it may be too hard on folks that are just trying to remain healthy and fit. You've done so well to this point, I hate to see you hurt your health with too radical of a plan.

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ASHPATCH11 1/2/2013 12:14PM

    looks good

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MYRTROSE 1/1/2013 8:36PM

    You'll need to tailor it though...I think it's more calories and carbs than you're used to eating. Maybe get rid of the brown rice. What do you do with the scoop of whey protein? Mix it with water?

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FORMERFATGUY777 1/1/2013 4:44PM

    Many diet plans I have seen push the high protein meals. I know The Biggest Loser is one. As long as you have a sensible plan and exercise, it should work for you.

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