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Please assess my current diet

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Ten weeks ago I started Test 600mg and Deca 300mg per week. At that time I weighed 95kg with no abs.

My diet has been the following:

Preworkout meal: 50 grams protein, 75 grams carbs
Postworkout meal: 50 grams protein, 75 grams carbs
Post postworkout meal: 50 grams protein, 75 grams carbs
Meal 4: 50 grams protein, 25 grams carbs
Meal 5: 50 grams protein, 25 grams carbs
Meal 6 (bedtime): 75 grams protein, 0 grams carbs

Each meal includes either steak or chicken as the protein source. Carbs sources include whole grain, yogurt, and apple.

Right now I weigh 85kg with a perfect six pack. My muscles are lean and tone. My goal for the future is to pack on more muscle mass but maintain my six pack.

Where would you guys recommend adding more calories into my diet. Should I make every meal include 75 grams of carbs (even before bedtime). Should I add more calories centered around my workout meals only. What do you feel is the next best step. I appreciate everyones input.
 

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you don't eat any fat? and what are the sources for the carbs and protein?
 

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fat sources? boiled chicken breast is basically zero fat, and steak can have a lot or a little depending on what cut it is or if you eat the fat or not. but animal fats aren't the best sources. Should be getting some whole eggs, avocado, avocado/olive/macadamia nut/coconut oil, nuts/nut butters.

yogurt, whole grains and apple as carb souces? just do oats, rice, and potatoes yogurts have probiotics, but as a primary source of carbs not very good. and as for apples id say postworkout only considering it is a simple carb and breaks down quickly. and if your eating bread and think its good bc its whole grain stop. all bread is shit. Ezekiel bread only.

imo best to cut before cycle so you can just focus on growing.

eventually growth will stop with this diet. you will have to increase protein and carbs eventually to keep putting mass on. so if the current diet is working keep it. protien is a tad high for your weight but not too off. at 185 pounds id do 300g for a bulk but 325 is mostly the same. just more expensive i guess lol
 
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Yeah get some eggs in your diet, and some other healthy fat sources. That will give you a calorie bump. You could increase protein also but 50g is pretty decent per meal.
 

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Where the hell are your fats? You need a bunch. Fat doesn't make you fat!
 

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Which meals would be best to incorporate fat?
4 and 5. Perhaps 3, perhaps 6. Hell, perhaps a tiny bit in meal 1. (This is according to how you have it set up and when you train.)

Egg yolks
Almonds/walnuts
Almond butter/Natural PB
Avocado
Wild fish
Red meat
Olive oil/mac nut oil/coconut oil
Grassfed Butter
 

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360, lay your diet out per meal on what exact foods you are taking in. This will help us help you get your diet on point. Sometimes changing up the carb sources can make a big difference. Like others said, fats are a must. You'll notice a difference when you start to add them.
 
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