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    yeah, I've read about a gallon of milk a day, but I don't drink processed milk and couldn't afford anywhere near that amount of raw milk
    Last month I added voyage cheese to my diet, but after a couple of weeks that stated causing me problems too.

    At the moment I'm increasing the amount of fish, meat and eggs I eat each day.
    But I'm really interested in how much protein Tim was eating while he put the weight on.
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    @Zoebird: Thanks a lot for the feed back! And no worries about not being able to post on the blog lol the forum is fine =D
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    @Misabi: I was eating minimum 160 grams of protein per day, I also was able to keep my carbs under 150 grams per day.
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    @jfreaksho: Sounds like a really attainable goal! 15 pounds is not something out of the question at all. It does take a lot of food, and really hitting the workouts hard. If there's enough feed back I'll be sure to post more on this subject as well as in depth workouts nutrition that I used. But for the most part it wasn't anything too crazy.
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    Thanks a lot, it was something I just decided to see if I could do and it exceeded my expectations. I actually had to cut back on my food intake and switch my workouts because I was getting too large too fast.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TimBell View Post
    @Misabi: I was eating minimum 160 grams of protein per day, I also was able to keep my carbs under 150 grams per day.
    Thanks Tim, that's what I'm shooting for too.
    About 12 years ago I managed to go from the same stating weight to the same finishing weight as you have, but that was eating "healthy" CW, so loads of rice, pasta and potatoes and loads of chicken and tuna, plus protein shakes coming out of my ears. But it wasn't sustainable, for me, as i was having to force myself to eat.
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    That's awesome, well done!!
    I really want to build strength so I look leaner and titter, but atm I'm still 10 kilos/22 pounds overweight. I lift heavy 3 times a week, while daily protein is ca 100 grams, often less. Is there any point stressing about adding more food when you aim at building strength yet lose fat?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Glamorama View Post
    so I look leaner and titter
    I'm sorry, but we're going to need before and after pics to be able to judge that ;-)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Misabi View Post
    I'm sorry, but we're going to need before and after pics to be able to judge that ;-)
    It was meant to say tighter. Bloody Ipad.

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    Oh and by the way, the titters are way smaller than before PB, but also nicer. Thank Lord for bench presses and push-ups!

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