Ok so I'm a fairly large guy (348 was my weigh in before starting), I'm 6'1 and have a large frame. I'm just wrapping up my second week of eating paleo/exercising everyday. I've also been counting calories. This is what my average day looks like foodwise(occasionally if I'm busy or had a late breakfast I skip lunch): Breakfast: Eggs, or leftovers from dinner, with veggies usually broccoli or carrots. Lunch: A large salad with protien/no dressing, or leftovers from dinner. Dinner: A protien(turkey/beef/salmon/tilapia/shrimp, etc.,) with a veggie or two. Love zucchini so eat it quite a bit, also bellpeppers, spinach, romaine, cauliflower, brussel sprouts, basically just kind of rediscovering vegetables in general.
I'm attempting to kind of redistribute my calorie balance. Right now a lot of it is in my dinner.
Exercise: Daily 30-90 minutes cardio on stationary cycle depending on intensity. Every other day weightlifting/ab exercises
A couple of things that concern me: The calorie disparity between grains/bad foods and what I'm eating now. I'm using Sparkpeople as a template for how many calories I should eat a day and it suggests between 23-2700, but since starting to eat paleo I'm averaging about 1500 with the highest I've gone being 1800. I am eating to satiety, but don't want to delay my long term goals by undereating(that sounds stupid even as I type it).
I'm trying to get down to a weight of about 210-215 I think. Any feedback or tips you could give me would be appreciated.