Is Ny-Tro PRO-40's Plus Skim Milk 3 Times A Day Too Much?
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I am eating 6-7 meals a day. My daily diet is coming along nicely. I have a couple questions regarding Ny-Tro PRO-40. 3 of my 6-7 meals consist of 1 pack of Ny-Tro PRO-40 mixed with 18-20 ounces of water.
Is 3 Ny-Tro PRO-40's a day too many? Should I replace one of these three meals with a solid food like chicken or tuna? Also, I am thinking about mixing them with skim milk instead of water. Would this be too fatty? I am currently dieting.
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This is not too many for 6-7 meals a day, however using "real" food is not a bad idea if you have the time to prepare your meals in advance. As we all know meal preparation can make or break a bodybuilder. If money is not the issue and you enjoy the MRP use them as they are a great source of nutrition particularly following your training times and first thing in the AM.
No way! Skim milk is relatively fat free...unless you are speaking of the possibility of lipogenesis (the making of fat molecules from excess intake of fat or the conversion of other nutrients to fat). J-Man there are about 22gms of carbs per serving add 8oz milk (& 10oz H2O) and you add like 12 more that totals out to 34gms of carbs which is still relatively nothing, especially if you are trying to reload the muscles with glycogen & jump start protein synthesis.
Also...you will be adding in 8 grams of protein (Total 48gms) this addition will make the MRP better fit your needs I'd think.
Now, I know you are dieting but if you are eating the right nutrients at the right time (i.e. Anabolic Nutrient Timing Factor) you will only support anabolism & fat loss at the same time granted your Kcals are at the proper level.
Good luck Bro but I think that you are on the right track in the "Big-Picture" the details (overall Kcals) I am unsure of, but you can get a good idea of where to start by using AST's Nutrient Calculator.