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I've noticed a lot of post from college students lately so I thought I'd let you all know what I did when I was in college (miss those days :().

Personally, I lost a TON of weight when I was in college, 90 pounds to be exact. I switched my diet to a "bodybuilding" style gluten-free diet and worked my A$$ off, but the results I achieved were definitely worth it. I always prepared my food for a few days to a week in advance and then loaded it into tupperware containers. Tupperware soon became my best friend, and it will become yours. Whenever I was hungry I simply heated up my container of food (or ate it cold if I could stomach it and didn't have a microwave) and ate it! All of my meals consisted of meat or eggs for protein, a leafy green vegetable, and a few meals of the day I'd add carbs in, usually Bob's Red Mill Gluten-Free Rolled Oats.

Here's a sample of my daily meals:

I've broke them down into macronutrients ( P = Proteins, F = Fats, C = Carbs )

PROTEIN/FATS/CARBS

Meal 1

8 Egg Whites - 32/0/0

1 Whole Egg - 6/5/0

1 Cup Oats (Bob's Red Mill) - 12/5/54

Multi-Vitamin

Total Macros - 50P/10F/54C

Total Cals - 506

WORKOUT

((Post Workout))

1 Scoop Whey - 24/1/4

1/2 Cup Oats (Bob's Red Mill) - 5/3/27

Total Macros - 29P/4F/31C

Total Cals - 276

Meal 2

7.8 Oz Chicken - 51/3/0

8 Oz Sweet Potato - 4/7/45

1 Cup Broccoli - 2.5/0/6

Total Macros - 57.5P/10F/51C

Total Cals - 524

Meal 3

7 Oz Canned Tuna In Water (Chicken of the sea brand, broth is made of soybeans) - 51/2/0

1 Cup Oats (Bob's Red Mill) - 12/5/54

1 Cup Broccoli - 2.5/0/6

Total Macros - 65.5P/7F/60C

Total Cals - 565

Meal 4

7.8 Oz Chicken - 51/3/0

1 Tbsp EVOO (Olive Oil) - 0/13.5/0

1 Cup Broccoli - 2.5/0/6

Total Macros - 53.5P/16.5F/6C

Total Cals - 386.5

Meal 5

6 Oz London Broil - 60/6/0

1 Tbsp EVOO (Olive Oil) - 0/13.5/0

Total Macros - 60P/19.5F/0C

Total Cals - 415.5

Meal 6

1 Scoop CytoSport Complete Casein Protein Powder (Gluten-Free) - 24/1/3 ----- 2 Scoops on workout days - 48/2/6

2 Tbsp Natural PB - 7/16/8

Total Macros - 31P/17F/11C --- 55P/18F/14C (Workout Days)

Total Cals - 321 --- 438 (Workout Days)

Total Cals on non W/O Days -2664 - Total Of ALL Macros - 317.5P/74F/182C

Total Cals on W/O Days - 3057 - Total Of ALL Macros - 370.5P/79F/216C

I hope this can help some of you out. I know this seems like a lot, but I promise it was worth every second of my time that I put into it.

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nice result!, iv been hitting the gym for about a year and half now made alot of progress but it seems to be . can I ask your height and weight from that meal plan? also what was your workout schedual?

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