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Old 10-11-2010, 05:02 PM   #8
Dean Redzic
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Originally Posted by Darryl Shaw View Post
Eat a reasonably varied diet that provides sufficient calories and carbohydrates and you shouldn't have any problems keeping your strength up.



Fruit is good for you and should be eaten ad libitum.



Milk isn't paleo.



Try these -

Interactive DRI for Healthcare Professionals.

Diet Genie Calorie Requirements Estimator.*

* Note: For best results set the macronutrient ratios to 60%, 25% and 15% for carbohydrate, fat and protein respectively.



Calories determine what you weigh and training determines body composition. Eat well, train hard, rest and repeat and the results will come in time.
Thanks,
I know milk isn't paleo, but I have heard a couple strength athletes just adding it in to help with the strength.


I tried those calculators, one gave me 4215 and the other 3982 so I guess I should stay around the mark I was getting to before
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