My name is Lauren. Thank you for the great info on this site. I’ve recently gotten into working out and eating clean. My question for you is.. Should my biggest carb meal be post workout?
I do weights and legs and some cardio. I’m trying to cut not bulk. I workout 5-6 times a week and I’m trying to come up with a good meal plan for myself. But some things that I think are good now that I’m doing the math it doesn’t seem as good. Tonight I made ground turkey with brown rice and black beans. Doing the math on a calorie counter app my numbers are coming to: 369 calories, 13g of fat, 25g of protein and 55g of carbs. I’m about 128lbs 5’3. So does that seem like high numbers to you for 1 meal!?
Sorry I’m new to this and just a little confused.
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