All your food choices look great, but you may have shot past the “sweet spot” of intake when it comes to overall calories. While <a href="http://www.t-nation.com/store/products/indigo-3g"target=“new”>Indigo-3G allows people to eat more than they used to, it’s still possible to overshoot.
Are you doing any conditioning work now?
Two suggestions: With Indigo-3G in you, it doesn’t take much in the way of fine-tuning calories and carbs to shift toward fat loss, while keeping the muscle and strength gains coming. My general guidelines are to back down by about 200 calories per day (a couple of those eggs for example) then add 10 minutes of conditioning work to the end of your weight training session, or add some extra conditioning on off days.
Examples: Perform 10 minutes or so of intense conditioning work after your weight training or in another session. Choices include sled work, Prowler, battle ropes, sprints, kettlebell swings, jump rope, and things of that nature.
One of my favorites is to do kettlebell swings, ab work during rest periods, then more kettlebell swings, repeated. It will feel like a very long 10 minutes! If I do this as a separate training session or an otherwise “off” day, I’ll have a serving of MAG-10 around the workout.
The key is not to overdo it. No need for a low-carb diet and running for example.
Your idea of replacing one meal with a Mag-10 pulse would work too, and fast to boot, but no need to go hungry or anything. A slight tweak in calories and added conditioning work will do the trick painlessly.