I already lost 79 lbs since I started my healthy diet 7 months ago. I eat clean (mostly) n healthy ,never skip a meal. eat more than 1,200 cal intake and exercise at least 3 days a week. now I got 10 lbs left (mostly belly fat) to reach my goal. I always have time for the gym in the evening. Cardio,HIIT (sometimes) n train. I just knew that I have to study 7 days a week for 2-3 months in the evening which means no gym and for my lifestyle I spend a lot of time sitting (study n even doing my project) I don't know how to deal with my new schedule and my diet / to lose fat together and I need some advice on meal plan.I usually eat a lot of carbs 180-250g per day (90% good carbs (oatmeal , whole grain, fruits and vegetable) Not sure if I should eat more protein cause I felt like my digestion doesn't get along well with chicken or beef. though I can eat fish n bean even low-fat diary products. Tell me if you have any advice or tips for me. Thank youView Thread
eat protein as soon as you can after running it will help you stay injury free, also stretch after your training or competition, eat handfuls of fruits and nuts as snacks, it looks like you don't have any weight issues so I would maintain what you are doing other wise.View Thread
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