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Muscle-Building Workout and Diet

How to Follow a Bodybuilding Diet. If all your hard work in the gym has produced
minimal results, this guide will show you how to more successfully follow a proper diet
to reach your goals. You will need Lean protein Good carbs Cookbook
Dedication and planning. Step 1. Get enough protein from sources like whey,
beans, and lean meats like chicken and fish. A good rule of thumb is 1.5 grams of protein
per pound of body weight. Step 2. Focus on good carbohydrates in whole grain
breads, pastas, and fibrous fruits and vegetables like apples, sweet potatoes, and squash. Stay away from processed sugars and white
bread. These carbs will spike your blood sugar and
be stored as fat. Step 3. Pick up a cookbook aimed specifically at helping
bodybuilders achieve increased muscle mass so you can create balanced, muscle-building
meals and to keep your palate from getting bored. Step 4. Create cheat days once a week to indulge in
something forbidden items such as a cheeseburger or slice of pizza — just don’t go overboard. Completely cutting out fats or depriving yourself
for too long may tempt you to overindulge. Always strive for moderation. Step 5. Schedule your meals or protein shakes around
your workout. Plan ahead when you’re on the go, packing
a lunch and keeping healthy snacks within reach will help you stay on track. Step 6. Tailor your eating habits to conform to your
situation, likes and dislikes. Don’t force-feed yourself certain foods simply
for health benefits — make sure you like them. The best bodybuilding diet is one you’ll stick
to. Did you know A 2010 Gallup poll found 1 in
3 adults are obese in the fattest states in America, which include West Virginia, Kentucky,
Mississippi, and Arkansas.

9 thoughts on “How to Follow a Bodybuilding Diet

  1. I've followed these advices for the last couple years, along with a few more tips and a good diet, and of course cardio, i can guarantee it works, went from 135kgs to 105 in a little bit more than a year, it's close to my ideal weight since i'm 2mts tall, a couple months ago i joined a gym… the irony's that now i'm trying to gain weight, muscle mass of course.
    Just thought i should say that woman looks just fine, women like her shouldn't worry about their physic that much, other than health.

  2. The health benefits of fruits and vegetables come from numerous vitamins minerals and phytochemicals working together synergistically. They can't be broken down into the sum of their parts or replicated in pill form.

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