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Cool The Michael Phelps Diet

So a few of us were talking about this on the F4T....WOW

Is some of this good for him in the long run????


Breakfast: Three fried-egg sandwiches loaded with cheese, lettuce, tomatoes, fried onions and mayonnaise. Two cups of coffee. One five-egg omelet. One bowl of grits. Three slices of French toast topped with powdered sugar. Three chocolate-chip pancakes.

Lunch: One pound of enriched pasta. Two large ham and cheese sandwiches with mayo on white bread. Energy drinks packing 1,000 calories.

Dinner: One pound of pasta. An entire pizza. More energy drinks.

http://blogs.wsj.com/health/2008/08/...ry-it-at-home/

Wonder if he has problems actually eating putting it all down......

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So a few of us were talking about this on the F4T....WOW

Is some of this good for him in the long run????


Breakfast: Three fried-egg sandwiches loaded with cheese, lettuce, tomatoes, fried onions and mayonnaise. Two cups of coffee. One five-egg omelet. One bowl of grits. Three slices of French toast topped with powdered sugar. Three chocolate-chip pancakes.

Lunch: One pound of enriched pasta. Two large ham and cheese sandwiches with mayo on white bread. Energy drinks packing 1,000 calories.

Dinner: One pound of pasta. An entire pizza. More energy drinks.

http://blogs.wsj.com/health/2008/08/...ry-it-at-home/

Wonder if he has problems actually eating putting it all down......

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Sounds like the Oprah diet to me.

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Now get the number of calories that he burns from swimming and it will all make sense.
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Calories in and of themselves aren't necessarily unhealthy as long as you burn them off.

I hate those hyped lists of "unhealthy" foods that are only the list because they are high in calories.
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I think what Shelly means is his Cholesterol intake and the amount of sodium may lead to health issues in the future.

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I think what Shelly means is his Cholesterol intake and the amount of sodium may lead to health issues in the future.
Yes thanks Brian

The calorie intake vs. what he burns makes perfect sense

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he must poop a lot.

dont eat the floating snickers in the pool.

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If you exercised for 30 hours a week, you wouldn't have a problem putting all that down. You need that much energy when you are burning off 6,000 k cals a day.

High cholesterol and high sodium diets are dangerous for those who have sedentary lifestyles. The eggs have the protein he needs, the sodium helps replace the electrolytes that are lost. It's a delicate balance.

If I were him, I'd think about throwing in some veggies and fruits, but that's just me.

Are his meals at least home cooked??
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he must poop a lot.

dont eat the floating snickers in the pool.
That's just gross! .... but I was thinking the same thing.

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I bet he sits on a toilet and waits for an air horn.. then his shit takes off like a little rocket into to water.

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If I were him, I'd think about throwing in some veggies and fruits, but that's just me.
Go get 8 gold medals and i'll consider throwing veggies in my diet, until then, 1lb of pasta ftmw.


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my trainer flips out when i tell him what i ate the night befor. no doubt pro athlete deffinetly in alot better shape then myself but im not bad off at all.

4 hot dogs, 2 italian sausages and about 22oz of water that would be a single sitting meal.

my theory is exersize to eat. food is to good of a luxury to be a pansny ass and always calorie count.

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I can't think all that refined sugar would be good in the long run.
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I can't think all that refined sugar would be good in the long run.
that's what I'm thinking... needs some complex carbs...
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that's what I'm thinking... needs some complex carbs...
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When I swam in high school I used to eat an insane amount of food. Led to poor eating habits later on. It's actual work for me to control my portion sizes now because of all those years of carb loading-- I ate whatever I wanted...with 11 practices a week and a teenage metabolism I had no problem staying a size 2.

Now......notsomuch.
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my trainer flips out when i tell him what i ate the night befor. no doubt pro athlete deffinetly in alot better shape then myself but im not bad off at all.

4 hot dogs, 2 italian sausages and about 22oz of water that would be a single sitting meal.

my theory is exersize to eat. food is to good of a luxury to be a pansny ass and always calorie count.

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!2,000 calories a day is a very doable diet. I'm 6,4 135-150 pounds and 25. When i used to go backpacking for a week or 2 at a time i was 15-18 years olf 6 foot tall and just barely 100 pounds. Every single item we took in had to be taken out with us except for this special toliet paper and our poop. We has no contact with civilation during the whole backpacking trek. So while caring a 40 pound backpack, and walking damn near 20 miles a day and setting up camp every night you would burn a ton of calories. Every 3rd day they we would gather everyone together and make sure everyone was doing fine. Also we would see who had passed solid waste in the last 3 days and who hasn't. The rule that we went by was that if you went once every other day u are taking in more calories then you need and in turn your food was going to be rationed. If you pooped once every 3 days your doing okay and taken in enough calories. If you hadn;t pooped in 4 days you got to eat your food and could take anyone elses food that you wanted also cause you weren't getting enough calories in a day. But this brings me to my point if your burning all the fuel you take in then you don't poop.
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!2,000 calories a day is a very doable diet. I'm 6,4 135-150 pounds and 25. When i used to go backpacking for a week or 2 at a time i was 15-18 years olf 6 foot tall and just barely 100 pounds. Every single item we took in had to be taken out with us except for this special toliet paper and our poop. We has no contact with civilation during the whole backpacking trek. So while caring a 40 pound backpack, and walking damn near 20 miles a day and setting up camp every night you would burn a ton of calories. Every 3rd day they we would gather everyone together and make sure everyone was doing fine. Also we would see who had passed solid waste in the last 3 days and who hasn't. The rule that we went by was that if you went once every other day u are taking in more calories then you need and in turn your food was going to be rationed. If you pooped once every 3 days your doing okay and taken in enough calories. If you hadn;t pooped in 4 days you got to eat your food and could take anyone elses food that you wanted also cause you weren't getting enough calories in a day. But this brings me to my point if your burning all the fuel you take in then you don't poop.

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I eat like Michael Phelps. I've been 5'8" tall and 135lbs for the past 15+ years. My cholesterol, sodium and sugar levels though is high enough to kill an elephant.

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One more thing Phelps eats a whole lot of is the cawk.

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One more thing Phelps eats a whole lot of is the cawk.
Is he good at it?
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When I swam in high school I used to eat an insane amount of food. Led to poor eating habits later on. It's actual work for me to control my portion sizes now because of all those years of carb loading-- I ate whatever I wanted...with 11 practices a week and a teenage metabolism I had no problem staying a size 2.

Now......notsomuch.
I'm with you on this one... I had a killer metabolism and ran a lot, so it was hard to put weight on... now, I need to avoid all of the yummie Chiggy's food and watch my sweet intake in order to stay where I am. Getting old stinks!!!!

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