Natural Bodyvbuilder's diet

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Natural Bodyvbuilder's diet

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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
Glutamine ... hedule.htm
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