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    Hi
    6'4", 13 1/2 st,mostly sparring in gym + running and weights.Want to make 14st
    Need diet advice to improve weight and fitness. Meals, snacks, smoothies etc. NO supplements.
    thanks
    buffyuk

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    great help. thanks.

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    Default Re: weight/diet/training

    mate
    thats a huge question, and then you get mad cause we dont help you immediately?
    people charge money for that kind of thing, thats how nutritionist make their living.

    my suggestin to you is...

    consume only 2000 calories per day. try and eat more protein and slow release carbs as you can. the more fibre the merrier

    instead of eating 3 big meals, try and eat 5 smaller meals, more frequently. when you eat large amounts, you consume surplus energy to fuel your body, and some of it is stored, as fat.
    when you eat small amounts, you only take in the amount your body needs, and therefore none of it is stored.

    completely cut out sweets, and consume as little sugar as you possibly can. the sugar you eat will replace any other forms of energy you intake,. and although the sugar wont fatten you up, the other food you eat will be immediately stored as fat, cause its not needed

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    Default Re: weight/diet/training

    Quote Originally Posted by buffyuk
    great help. thanks.
    people aren't gonna take the time to type a long response to a huge question like that if you can't be bothered to type a full sentance... It was like listening to William Shatner or something reading your post :P

    your basicly asking us how to eat and train 24/7, its hard for us to say because its specific to you and your goals. You gave your height and weight... which alot of people don't but we still need more depth before we can even attempt to help you. if you want to gain weight you need to consume more calories than you are using amongst alot of other things...

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    Default Re: weight/diet/training

    Sorry!
    Told that at my age, 16 it is hard to put on the weight as body still growing etc.just a bit impatient to get going.eating pasta, tuna, fruit shakes,fruit, cereals (weetabix mostly), chicken,milk lots of water.Eating it all as small meals.sugar is only in tea and on cereals.Only get to boxing gym once a week as its a distance away.go running mostly other times.Fitness training when got some money.
    Thanks for replys

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