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    How to maintain body weight, cutting & dairy products

    Hi all, I'm fairly new to JeFit community.

    Just a brief history about me, I'm 40. I started my fitness journey 4 years ago. Before I started, I weighed in at 200lbs. & I'm only 5'5". Needless to say, I decided to do something about it. I was able to get my weight down to 135- to at least get the excess fat & start from there.

    I currently weigh ~145-150 with fat ~13-14%. My goal is to stay at 150 with ~8% body fat. I understand the importance of macronutrients & trying to maintain that balance of 60% carbs, 30% proteins & 10% healthy fats.

    My post-workout meal is .5 cup oatmeal with low-fat milk (chocolate/regular), 1 tablespoon of peanut butter & a scoop of whey protein. This has worked for me, but I've read various opinions on dairy products & fat loss.

    My question is, should I ditch dairy products to get my fat percentage lower?

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    Senior Senior JEFIT Member is304's Avatar
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    10% fat is too little. You should aim for 30% fat, but keep it away from workout time. So, if you work out in the afternoon, get your fats in the morning, and vice versa. Don't eat peanut butter after workout - just pick a different time. As far as dairy - it's an individual question depending on your tolerance. Some people say if you can tolerate it there are no problems, some people would tell you to stick to meat and vegetable sources (but nearly everyone says to use protein powders - if you are intolerant hydrolyzed whey is better). I'm still experimenting, so can't help there, but there is one thing I can tell. A few years ago I was trying to lose a few last pounds with the same macros as you have - 10/30/60. I switched to 30/30/40, and lost three pounds in a month with the same calorie amount and the same workout routine. Right now my layout is 30/35/35 on workout days and 40/35/25 on non-workout days, and it seems to work pretty well - I'm pretty close where I'm supposed to be.

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    3x's a Senior Biggsamus's Avatar
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    I agree with is304, 10% fat is very low. Fats are critical in the production of hormones so you don't want to be shortchanging yourself there. I'm around 40% protein, 35% carbs and 25% fats right now myself.

    Dairy isn't much of an issue as long as you drink it in moderation like everything else, it does supply you with lots of protein and healthy fats. It may be worth it to try cutting it out for a few weeks to see if it has any effect on you or not.

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    Best Slimming Foods

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    Regular exercise and diet will help reduce your weight...

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    regular exercise, eat fish instead of meat. fish i think is more healthy than meat

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    You should go on with the dietary supplements.

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