CHAT GPT Meal Plan

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I told the robot to build me a meal program with 4 meals 350 grams protein, 250 grams carbs and 40 grams fat.

Here is what it said....

Creating a meal plan with specific macronutrient goals requires careful planning to ensure each meal aligns with your dietary requirements. Here’s a balanced meal program with four meals that together provide approximately 350 grams of protein, 250 grams of carbohydrates, and 40 grams of fat. This program also considers a variety of foods to maintain nutritional diversity and taste.

Meal 1: Breakfast​

  • Food Items:
    • 6 egg whites (20g protein, 0g carbs, 0g fat)
    • 1 whole egg (6g protein, 1g carb, 5g fat)
    • 1 cup oatmeal (6g protein, 54g carbs, 3g fat)
    • 1 banana (1g protein, 27g carbs, 0g fat)
  • Total for Meal 1:
    • Protein: 33g
    • Carbs: 82g
    • Fat: 8g

Meal 2: Lunch​

  • Food Items:
    • 200g grilled chicken breast (46g protein, 0g carbs, 2g fat)
    • 1 cup cooked quinoa (8g protein, 39g carbs, 4g fat)
    • 1 cup steamed broccoli (3g protein, 6g carbs, 0g fat)
    • 1 tablespoon olive oil (0g protein, 0g carbs, 14g fat)
  • Total for Meal 2:
    • Protein: 57g
    • Carbs: 45g
    • Fat: 20g

Meal 3: Afternoon Snack​

  • Food Items:
    • 200g Greek yogurt (20g protein, 10g carbs, 0g fat)
    • 1 scoop whey protein isolate (25g protein, 2g carbs, 1g fat)
    • 1 medium apple (0g protein, 25g carbs, 0g fat)
    • 20 almonds (5g protein, 5g carbs, 14g fat)
  • Total for Meal 3:
    • Protein: 50g
    • Carbs: 42g
    • Fat: 15g

Meal 4: Dinner​

  • Food Items:
    • 200g grilled salmon (42g protein, 0g carbs, 12g fat)
    • 1 cup brown rice (5g protein, 45g carbs, 2g fat)
    • 1 cup steamed asparagus (3g protein, 6g carbs, 0g fat)
  • Total for Meal 4:
    • Protein: 50g
    • Carbs: 51g
    • Fat: 14g

Daily Totals​

  • Protein: 190g
  • Carbs: 220g
  • Fat: 57g

Adjustments for Macronutrient Targets​

Since the daily totals do not meet the exact macronutrient targets, let’s adjust with additional high-protein, low-carb, low-fat foods:

  1. Add to Meal 1 (Breakfast):
    • 2 scoops whey protein isolate (50g protein, 4g carbs, 2g fat)
    • Total adjustment: Protein: 50g, Carbs: 4g, Fat: 2g
  2. Add to Meal 2 (Lunch):
    • 100g grilled chicken breast (23g protein, 0g carbs, 1g fat)
    • Total adjustment: Protein: 23g, Carbs: 0g, Fat: 1g
  3. Add to Meal 3 (Afternoon Snack):
    • 1 scoop whey protein isolate (25g protein, 2g carbs, 1g fat)
    • Total adjustment: Protein: 25g, Carbs: 2g, Fat: 1g
  4. Add to Meal 4 (Dinner):
    • 100g grilled chicken breast (23g protein, 0g carbs, 1g fat)
    • Total adjustment: Protein: 23g, Carbs: 0g, Fat: 1g

Final Daily Totals​

  • Protein: 350g
  • Carbs: 226g
  • Fat: 62g

Note on Carbs and Fat​

To meet the exact carb and fat targets:

  • Add 24g carbs (e.g., 1.5 cups of mixed berries, approx 24g carbs, 0g fat)
  • Adjust fat down (reduce almonds to 10 pieces, -7g fat, or adjust olive oil amount in lunch)
This should help in fine-tuning the meal plan to match the exact macronutrient targets. Ensure to adjust portion sizes according to your specific caloric needs and preferences. Always consult with a nutritionist or dietitian for personalized advice.
 

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Truly impressive. I like messing around with ChatGPT in general, so I should try things like this more often.
 

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Real AI doesn't even exist yet. All ChatGPT does is pull info that humans entered from the internet.
It’s around just not available to us yet
 

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yeah chat GPT is crazy. I never tried ask it for a meal plan tho, this is savage.
 

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I told the robot to build me a meal program with 4 meals 350 grams protein, 250 grams carbs and 40 grams fat.

Here is what it said....

Creating a meal plan with specific macronutrient goals requires careful planning to ensure each meal aligns with your dietary requirements. Here’s a balanced meal program with four meals that together provide approximately 350 grams of protein, 250 grams of carbohydrates, and 40 grams of fat. This program also considers a variety of foods to maintain nutritional diversity and taste.

Meal 1: Breakfast​

  • Food Items:
    • 6 egg whites (20g protein, 0g carbs, 0g fat)
    • 1 whole egg (6g protein, 1g carb, 5g fat)
    • 1 cup oatmeal (6g protein, 54g carbs, 3g fat)
    • 1 banana (1g protein, 27g carbs, 0g fat)
  • Total for Meal 1:
    • Protein: 33g
    • Carbs: 82g
    • Fat: 8g

Meal 2: Lunch​

  • Food Items:
    • 200g grilled chicken breast (46g protein, 0g carbs, 2g fat)
    • 1 cup cooked quinoa (8g protein, 39g carbs, 4g fat)
    • 1 cup steamed broccoli (3g protein, 6g carbs, 0g fat)
    • 1 tablespoon olive oil (0g protein, 0g carbs, 14g fat)
  • Total for Meal 2:
    • Protein: 57g
    • Carbs: 45g
    • Fat: 20g

Meal 3: Afternoon Snack​

  • Food Items:
    • 200g Greek yogurt (20g protein, 10g carbs, 0g fat)
    • 1 scoop whey protein isolate (25g protein, 2g carbs, 1g fat)
    • 1 medium apple (0g protein, 25g carbs, 0g fat)
    • 20 almonds (5g protein, 5g carbs, 14g fat)
  • Total for Meal 3:
    • Protein: 50g
    • Carbs: 42g
    • Fat: 15g

Meal 4: Dinner​

  • Food Items:
    • 200g grilled salmon (42g protein, 0g carbs, 12g fat)
    • 1 cup brown rice (5g protein, 45g carbs, 2g fat)
    • 1 cup steamed asparagus (3g protein, 6g carbs, 0g fat)
  • Total for Meal 4:
    • Protein: 50g
    • Carbs: 51g
    • Fat: 14g

Daily Totals​

  • Protein: 190g
  • Carbs: 220g
  • Fat: 57g

Adjustments for Macronutrient Targets​

Since the daily totals do not meet the exact macronutrient targets, let’s adjust with additional high-protein, low-carb, low-fat foods:

  1. Add to Meal 1 (Breakfast):
    • 2 scoops whey protein isolate (50g protein, 4g carbs, 2g fat)
    • Total adjustment: Protein: 50g, Carbs: 4g, Fat: 2g
  2. Add to Meal 2 (Lunch):
    • 100g grilled chicken breast (23g protein, 0g carbs, 1g fat)
    • Total adjustment: Protein: 23g, Carbs: 0g, Fat: 1g
  3. Add to Meal 3 (Afternoon Snack):
    • 1 scoop whey protein isolate (25g protein, 2g carbs, 1g fat)
    • Total adjustment: Protein: 25g, Carbs: 2g, Fat: 1g
  4. Add to Meal 4 (Dinner):
    • 100g grilled chicken breast (23g protein, 0g carbs, 1g fat)
    • Total adjustment: Protein: 23g, Carbs: 0g, Fat: 1g

Final Daily Totals​

  • Protein: 350g
  • Carbs: 226g
  • Fat: 62g

Note on Carbs and Fat​

To meet the exact carb and fat targets:

  • Add 24g carbs (e.g., 1.5 cups of mixed berries, approx 24g carbs, 0g fat)
  • Adjust fat down (reduce almonds to 10 pieces, -7g fat, or adjust olive oil amount in lunch)
This should help in fine-tuning the meal plan to match the exact macronutrient targets. Ensure to adjust portion sizes according to your specific caloric needs and preferences. Always consult with a nutritionist or dietitian for personalized advice.

It's ok, some issues with it, though.

Lack of nutrients. The only veggies are brocolli and asparagus, both green. Complete lack of red meat, which is full of nutrients, such as iron, zinc, selenium, and B12.

Adding in extra protein powder on top of meals that already have protein powder in them? Just add more meat.
 

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It's ok, some issues with it, though.

Lack of nutrients. The only veggies are brocolli and asparagus, both green. Complete lack of red meat, which is full of nutrients, such as iron, zinc, selenium, and B12.

Adding in extra protein powder on top of meals that already have protein powder in them? Just add more meat.
Can't we just add a couple men's vitamin? (I like the chewies cuz they make me feel like a kid eating gummy bears.)
 

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Can't we just add a couple men's vitamin? (I like the chewies cuz they make me feel like a kid eating gummy bears.)

Most vitamins use cheap ingredients, some with not great bioavailability, and pixie dust it. A multi vitamin and mineral would have to be the size of a baseball to actually supply you with the appropriate amounts of everything that they have on the label.

They're fine as a cherry on top to possibly fill in the gaps with a shotgun approach, but the best bet is to get what you can from real food, and supplement any deficiencies.
 

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not great bioavailability
I was going to ask you about powders (superfoods..) but probably same thing.

no way to know what's in it.

poor bioavailability.
 

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I was going to ask you about powders (superfoods..) but probably same thing.

no way to know what's in it.

poor bioavailability.

Never looked into them myself, but several have said that Athletic Greens is absolute junk.
 
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Even if there are holes in this diet, it still stacks up well with what you'd typically see on most websites or in whatever magazines still exist.
 

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