The title is little ambiguous. But my situation puts that into context:
My weight 60kgs & height 5'6". I've started weight training for body building for past 3 weeks. Its written every where to eat huge. So I started eating huge. My typical diet contains:
Chicken 150-200gms Rice 400-500gms Eggs 1-2 Milk 250ml Oil/Butter/Fat 30-40gms Some Vegetable (100gms) Multivitamin capsules (covers 30%-70% of different vitamins & minerals) Calcium supplement (500mgx2)
This amounts to around 2800-3000 calories. I work 3 days a week in gym (for 2-2.5hrs) and otherwise I just sit infront of desk (so other 4 days is strictly sitting at desk). Here is my workout of past 4 workout days: http://pastebin.com/raw.php?i=2Q2be3Th
Good thing is that, I've gained weight. My arms, chest, lats thighs (credit goes to squats) got bulked up. I'm happy but I've accumulated quite a bit of fat around my belly. Even though I've very thin body, I've quite a bit of fat around my abodmen, especially in lower abdomen area (hereditary). Now in this past 3 weeks this increased quite a bit.
This is raising doubts about my diet. Am I eating too much? Should I reduce my carbs? Am I eating enough? How many calories should I exactly eat for building body? Also because I'm not doing anything except sitting, during 4 days a week should I eat less during these rest days?