Natural Bodyvbuilder's diet

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Natural Bodyvbuilder's diet

Postby Weib » Sat Nov 01, 2008 4:42 am

Basic breakfast on a training day:

7:00am 12 eggwhites Pro 40 grams
1.5 cup Oatmeal (cooked) Carb 38grams
1 whole grapefruit carbs - 20grams
1 black coffee


3 scoops whey protein with water 60g
1 green apple - 20 g carbs


9oz chicken breast protein 60g
1 sweet potato carb 35g
1 cup broccoli carb 5g


9oz chicken breast protein 60g
1.5 cups brown rice (cooked) carb 70g
1 cup asparagus carb 5g


9oz chicken breast 60g carb
1 cup brown rice (cooked) carb 50g
1 cup broccoli carb 5g
large romaine lettuce salad with balsamic vinegar
1 tbs flaxseed oil - 14g fat


3 scoops whey protein with water 60g protein

About how many grams of protein to you eat daily?


Favorite sources of protein:

chicken breast, turkey breast, fish, and eggwhites

Typical preworkout and Post-workoutmeal/snack (and how long before):

Only snack other than balanced meal is whey protein with water

What are the significant changes you make in diet during the final week precontest, including water:

1. Cut out eggwhites and tuna due to salt intake
2. (Sun - Weds) Increase vegetables (broccoli, lettuce, asaparagus) with very low complex carbs until (Weds-Sat) then increase complex carbs (rice, potato) while eliminating vegetables - 1.5 gallons water up to Weds - switching to distilled and cutting to slowly to sips on Saturday

Favorite post-competition splurge meal:

For appetizer: Shrimp Cocktail -
Main Course: Rib-Eye Steak Medium Well, Garlic Mashed Potatoes, Sautéed Mushrooms, Dessert: Crème Brule
Wine: Cabernet Sauvignon

Supplements you use daily:

Isolate Whey Protein
Branch Chain Amino Acids
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Re: Natural Bodyvbuilder's diet

Postby eddy5 » Fri Nov 02, 2012 1:38 am

Hy i think that it depends on what your goal is.With great research some point is arisen up that not every body builder eating plan works for the same person. you have to calculate a ton of stuff if you want a serious eating plan. Get the thought of nutritional expert.
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