I recently had my fat level measured by one of those machines (I know they aren't 100% accurate) and it gave me a reading of 6%. Doing some research I learned that these levels are way too low, and are what people with anorexia have. I also know that I eat a lot, often four meals a day, and they aren't small meals either, an example from today of what I eat is this:
6:00- large bowl of cereal with milk and a few strawberries and a banana. Also have a protien shake.
10:00- Bike about 15 miles on the trip eat a powerbar.
12:00- Eat a whole box of Velveeta mac and cheese (love the stuff). I think the box is made for 3 servings
5:00- Eat a large cheesesteak
7:00-Snickers bar (I just started this recently when I noticed it was loaded w/ calories)
9:30- Friend invites me to a barbeque. Eat a steak and a hamburger.
(Throughout the day I drink a ton of water)
As you can see this is quite a bit of food, and I should be huge, but I am far from it. I am 6' 2" and weigh 148 pounds ( I weighed 138 about a year ago before I started weight lifting ). I feel like I am constantly hungry an hour after I eat. I think that my biggest problem is I bike about 5 to 6 hours a week, and I am physically active in other things that I do. I drink protien shakes in the morning to try and help my muscles. I talked to a guy at GNC and he told me it would help to stop biking so much (which is obvious, but isn't going to happen). He also said to drink more soda, which I hardly drink as of now, I mostly stick to water. He also said that Peanut butter is a great way to gain weight. I am wondering what you people think that I need to eat more of. How can I be less hungry throughout the day, and still get the fat that I need to burn when I am on my bike? Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.