I was trying to find the formula for fat that I found ont he forums before but can't seem to find. I think it was something like, take how much you weigh (144lbs) then convert it into kg (144 pounds = 65.3173013 kilograms) then take 65kg x 2 = 130g. Meaning my max fat intake based on my weight is 130g or something but I also recall I saw somewhere its 1g per body weight (in pounds) meaning I cna have max 144g of fat per day? Someone care to help to see if I'm doing it right?
Fat Formula? On swedish forums I hear 1xbv in kgs. Not sure if true but we got alot of study ***gots over here.
Fat Formula? ^ That would be minimum intake. OP: You seem very confused. Anyway, please see: http://forum.bodybuilding.com/showth...hp?t=121703981
Fat Formula? That link, I've been there and it gets me sooo confused. I tke my weight 144lbs and it comes to 65kg. So I can have according to that thread " 1-2g fat" so as low as 65kgs to has high as 130g's becuase i've been making sure I'm no more then my weight at 144lbs (as in 144g of fat oper day).
Fat Formula? Consume at least 65 grams of fat per day and make sure to meet sufficient protein intake as well. Fill the remainder of your calories with whatever mix of carbs and additional protein you prefer.
Fat Formula? Ugh. After you meet protein sufficiency, the maximim amount of dietary fat you can consume is an amount that totals the remainder of your daily caloric intake.
Fat Formula? So what your saying is that, as long as I get the amount of protein I need, it doesn't matter how much fat I intake?
Fat Formula? As long as you meet at least sufficiency, the composition of your remaining calories is a function of personal preference.