So I went to the dietitian.
I told her I ride my bike 5-6 times a week for about an hour each day. I keep my pulse in the 150-160 bpm range and I try not to coast. She told me I shouldn't do so much cycling but only 3 times a week for 40 minutes each. Of course I told her I don't intend reduce my exercise.
Despite this, she prepared an eating plan for me, at best in the 2000 calories range.
A typical day from this plan:
6:00 - 1 sandwich with a slice of turkey and a slice of light cheese, 8 oz semi-skimmed milk.
9:00 - 1 banana
12:30 - 1 serving of chicken breast, 1 + 1/3 cup of pasta, salad with 3 teaspoons of olive oil
16:00 - 1 cereal bar (90 calories)
19:00 - 1 serving of chicken breast, salad with 3 teaspoons of olive oil
21:30 - 4 oz of semi-skimmed milk.
Help, guys... I think this plan isn't for me (age 21, weight 260 lbs, height 5' 6", 6 hours per week aerobic exercise at a fair intensity of 150-160 bpm).
I think I need more calories... And I think I need proteins in all my meals. I normally do my workout at 7-8 am. And then I get to eat only a banana (or 1-2 other fruits).
What do you guys think? Should I go talk to her tomorrow morning? I don't want to sound rude or that I question her knowledge.