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January 31, 2013 2:34 AM
this is a typical day of my 20month old, 11kg daughter who doesnt put weight on easily.

Breakfast:
1.5 weet bix with 1/4 cup non dairy milk (intolerant), mango chunks and a tsp of chia seeds. 150cals.

Snack:
1/2 PB and banana sandwhich (or sometimes just fruit) 175cals.

Lunch:
Meat, veg and fruit. 125cal

Snack:
1/2 PB and banana sandwhich 175 cal

Afternoon bottle:
Coconut cream and a cup of non dairy milk and sometmes honey150cal

Dinner:
Meat, fruit and veg (and smetimes pasta) 125cal

Nightime bottle:
same thing 150cal

Adds up to 1110 calories per day

Now... tell me why you are 5x plus her bodyweight and intend to eat the same amount :)
January 31, 2013 2:42 AM
I think she should be on at least 2500 calories, lifting HEAVY 4 days a week, and doing zero cardio. It's the ONLY way she's going to grow up with a beach body. At 1100 calories you are setting here up for failure. She will have no energy, her hair will fall out, she will loose any muscle she may have been born with and will look skinny fat which we all know looks horrible.
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January 31, 2013 2:43 AM
u see this ppl? take a good look . and take a good look at OP , she is in better shape than most women here and she EATS double most of ur calories . good post
January 31, 2013 2:44 AM
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I think she should be on at least 2500 calories, lifting HEAVY 4 days a week, and doing zero cardio. It's the ONLY way she's going to grow up with a beach body. At 1100 calories you are setting here up for failure. She will have no energy, her hair will fall out, she will loose any muscle she may have been born with and will look skinny fat which we all know looks horrible.


laugh laugh laugh
January 31, 2013 2:44 AM
Haha! This really puts things into perspective happy
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January 31, 2013 2:48 AM
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I think she should be on at least 2500 calories, lifting HEAVY 4 days a week, and doing zero cardio. It's the ONLY way she's going to grow up with a beach body. At 1100 calories you are setting here up for failure. She will have no energy, her hair will fall out, she will loose any muscle she may have been born with and will look skinny fat which we all know looks horrible.


bahahahahaha
January 31, 2013 2:48 AM
QUOTE:

I think she should be on at least 2500 calories, lifting HEAVY 4 days a week, and doing zero cardio. It's the ONLY way she's going to grow up with a beach body. At 1100 calories you are setting here up for failure. She will have no energy, her hair will fall out, she will loose any muscle she may have been born with and will look skinny fat which we all know looks horrible.

This is when i wish i could teleport
January 31, 2013 2:51 AM
QUOTE:

this is a typical day of my 20month old, 11kg daughter who doesnt put weight on easily.

Breakfast:
1.5 weet bix with 1/4 cup non dairy milk (intolerant), mango chunks and a tsp of chia seeds. 150cals.

Snack:
1/2 PB and banana sandwhich (or sometimes just fruit) 175cals.

Lunch:
Meat, veg and fruit. 125cal

Snack:
1/2 PB and banana sandwhich 175 cal

Afternoon bottle:
Coconut cream and a cup of non dairy milk and sometmes honey150cal

Dinner:
Meat, fruit and veg (and smetimes pasta) 125cal

Nightime bottle:
same thing 150cal

Adds up to 1110 calories per day

Now... tell me why you are 5x plus her bodyweight and intend to eat the same amount :)


the sad thing is, so many people will come on here, see this and follow it...
January 31, 2013 2:53 AM
QUOTE:

QUOTE:

this is a typical day of my 20month old, 11kg daughter who doesnt put weight on easily.

Breakfast:
1.5 weet bix with 1/4 cup non dairy milk (intolerant), mango chunks and a tsp of chia seeds. 150cals.

Snack:
1/2 PB and banana sandwhich (or sometimes just fruit) 175cals.

Lunch:
Meat, veg and fruit. 125cal

Snack:
1/2 PB and banana sandwhich 175 cal

Afternoon bottle:
Coconut cream and a cup of non dairy milk and sometmes honey150cal

Dinner:
Meat, fruit and veg (and smetimes pasta) 125cal

Nightime bottle:
same thing 150cal

Adds up to 1110 calories per day

Now... tell me why you are 5x plus her bodyweight and intend to eat the same amount :)


the sad thing is, so many people will come on here, see this and follow it...


didnt think of that!
January 31, 2013 2:54 AM
Love your post, and could not agree more!
It is so important to eat enough and to fuel our bodies and workouts!
A year ago I was happily living off around 1100-1300 kcal, now I am eating at least double, if not more!
And I love it to be able to eat, without being scared of food or gaining!
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January 31, 2013 2:55 AM
QUOTE:

QUOTE:

QUOTE:

this is a typical day of my 20month old, 11kg daughter who doesnt put weight on easily.

Breakfast:
1.5 weet bix with 1/4 cup non dairy milk (intolerant), mango chunks and a tsp of chia seeds. 150cals.

Snack:
1/2 PB and banana sandwhich (or sometimes just fruit) 175cals.

Lunch:
Meat, veg and fruit. 125cal

Snack:
1/2 PB and banana sandwhich 175 cal

Afternoon bottle:
Coconut cream and a cup of non dairy milk and sometmes honey150cal

Dinner:
Meat, fruit and veg (and smetimes pasta) 125cal

Nightime bottle:
same thing 150cal

Adds up to 1110 calories per day

Now... tell me why you are 5x plus her bodyweight and intend to eat the same amount :)


the sad thing is, so many people will come on here, see this and follow it...


didnt think of that!

The night-time bottle may get them thinking though....but you never know on the other hand
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January 31, 2013 2:57 AM
I've just totted up my 2 and a half year old's diet, she's 22lb so around the same as your daughter and she takes in around 1500 - 2000 cals a day.

I completely get what you're saying as 1100 really isn't a good level for an adult however you can't really compare the energy needs of a growing child to those of an adult trying to lose weight.
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January 31, 2013 2:58 AM
I wish I ate as healthy...I'm TOTALLY impressed (but I do get your point); I just recently "adjusted" my daily calories :):):)
January 31, 2013 3:53 AM
This is not even enough of food for my children. Need more food than that. JS
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January 31, 2013 4:17 AM
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I think she should be on at least 2500 calories, lifting HEAVY 4 days a week, and doing zero cardio. It's the ONLY way she's going to grow up with a beach body. At 1100 calories you are setting here up for failure. She will have no energy, her hair will fall out, she will loose any muscle she may have been born with and will look skinny fat which we all know looks horrible.


I agree. I'm skinny fat because of eating so low while trying to build muscle and burn fat. I'm losing hair, period has stopped, dry skin, ect....Not fun. I was a lot nicer looking and felt so much better before i even started.
January 31, 2013 4:19 AM
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I think she should be on at least 2500 calories, lifting HEAVY 4 days a week, and doing zero cardio. It's the ONLY way she's going to grow up with a beach body. At 1100 calories you are setting here up for failure. She will have no energy, her hair will fall out, she will loose any muscle she may have been born with and will look skinny fat which we all know looks horrible.


I agree. I'm skinny fat because of eating so low while trying to build muscle and burn fat. I'm losing hair, period has stopped, dry skin, ect....Not fun. I was a lot nicer looking and felt so much better before i even started.


read the post please!
Edited by babyblake11 On January 31, 2013 4:20 AM
January 31, 2013 4:20 AM
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I think she should be on at least 2500 calories, lifting HEAVY 4 days a week, and doing zero cardio. It's the ONLY way she's going to grow up with a beach body. At 1100 calories you are setting here up for failure. She will have no energy, her hair will fall out, she will loose any muscle she may have been born with and will look skinny fat which we all know looks horrible.
January 31, 2013 4:21 AM
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I think she should be on at least 2500 calories, lifting HEAVY 4 days a week, and doing zero cardio. It's the ONLY way she's going to grow up with a beach body. At 1100 calories you are setting here up for failure. She will have no energy, her hair will fall out, she will loose any muscle she may have been born with and will look skinny fat which we all know looks horrible.


I agree. I'm skinny fat because of eating so low while trying to build muscle and burn fat. I'm losing hair, period has stopped, dry skin, ect....Not fun. I was a lot nicer looking and felt so much better before i even started.


read the post please!


I read it over again and noticed the age. Now i feel stupid... It's like people aren't allowed to make small mistakes anymore.
Edited by alexbusnello On January 31, 2013 4:22 AM
January 31, 2013 4:22 AM
Dont feel stupid, just laugh ;) It happens, we misread and in the context of the thread, you made a funny.
Edited by Alatariel75 On January 31, 2013 4:23 AM
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January 31, 2013 4:25 AM
I like they way she keeps her metabolism going by eating so many meals per day :)
January 31, 2013 4:26 AM
The real question is - how much can she bench?
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January 31, 2013 4:26 AM
lol its okay we`ve all done it :)
January 31, 2013 4:27 AM
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The real question is - how much can she bench?


she likes to curl 1s and 2s and press a baby bar ;)
January 31, 2013 4:30 AM
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I think she should be on at least 2500 calories, lifting HEAVY 4 days a week, and doing zero cardio. It's the ONLY way she's going to grow up with a beach body. At 1100 calories you are setting here up for failure. She will have no energy, her hair will fall out, she will loose any muscle she may have been born with and will look skinny fat which we all know looks horrible.


I agree. I'm skinny fat because of eating so low while trying to build muscle and burn fat. I'm losing hair, period has stopped, dry skin, ect....Not fun. I was a lot nicer looking and felt so much better before i even started.


read the post please!


I read it over again and noticed the age. Now i feel stupid... It's like people aren't allowed to make small mistakes anymore.


dont feel stupid! you got something out of it...good luck and i hope you feel better and reverse the things that have been happening.
January 31, 2013 4:34 AM
She's growing and I'm not. My 20 yo son can eat probably 2500-3000 a day with no harm. He's male and young. I am female and "older'" and have a desk job, so my calorie needs are less, unfortunately. People's needs are different.
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