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I have been testing out alot of different types of food and trying to balance a good diet.
Over the month or two i have found new ways to boost my calories(Bulking).

Heres what i usually would eat:

Morning: I like to switch between a bowl of branflakes with full fat milk, and a bowl of porridge with peanut butter.

Lunch: I like to usually have a protein shake with some bacon and eggs.

Work snack(I work from 3pm to 9pm): Usually i will have a Roll and some cold meat like turkey.

Dinner: I have Chicken and pasta or chicken, Rice or any sort of meat.

Then before bed i like a small bite like an apple or banana.

If i was to follow this plan, I know its not the best but i like these foods. Would this be a good plan to bulk? I of course have snacks in between these meals.

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Gonna need more details of the serving sizes to see if it's a decent bulk plan. Like when I have oats and peanut butter I literally have 100g each lol. They are good foods to bulk, just gonna come down to how big your portions are.
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Mikey wroteGonna need more details of the serving sizes to see if it's a decent bulk plan. Like when I have oats and peanut butter I literally have 100g each lol. They are good foods to bulk, just gonna come down to how big your portions are.


Typicaly 100g oats, around 30g peanut butter and 25g honey on top. I don't love peanut butter but can tolerate it, that's why I don't have too much. I also found a grenade protein spread and I tried a small amount mixed in the oats and that was nice too. When I have chicken it's usually around 250-300g chicken, 100g veg and 150g pasta. Bacon and eggs are around 100g for bacon and 2 eggs.
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Diet can be made up of any foods mate aslong as your eating 1/1.2g of protein per pound of bodyweight and tracking calories to ensure you stay in a surplus is all it takes.

Good food choices mean less fat your likely to gain.
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