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    Diet - Bodybuilding

    Hi all,

    Please see my bulking diet, let me know what you think!

    Tuna chunks, wholewheat pasta + Pesto sauce

    543KCALS - 50g protein - 62g carbs

    Brown rice + Chicken with Kidney beans

    536 KCALS - 43.4g protein - 93.2g carbs

    Weight Gainer

    1250KCALS - 66g protein - 181g carbs

    Steak + Sweet Potatoes

    405Kcal - 24.6g Protein - 66g Carbs

    Scrambled egg with brown rice

    551Kcal - 19.5g protein - 73.9g carbs

    3285 Kcal - 203.5g Protein - 473.1 Carbs

    All meals are including vegies and peppers such as peas, red/green/yellow peppers, carrots, broccoli etc.. 5 a day hey!

    Please let me know what you would change, thanks guys!

    I also take cod liver oil sup, and a normal multi-vitmain, I dont see the need for animal pak or other expensive ones, as most good stuff should be in the food and veges. Correct me if im wrong.

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    Re: Diet - Bodybuilding

    you're gonna get fat for sure. never more than 50g of carb at a meal. maybe 100g of simple p/w. weight gainers are all sugar. On top of that you have no fat amount down.

    I haven't been on this board in a long while and won't be back for at least a search this board and look for ideas and diet.

    Hint: if you're going to ingest 4000 should be spread over 8 meals. NOT 5

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    Re: Diet - Bodybuilding

    Hey bud, for a start you seem to have the right idea, and are on the right track. However, you defo need to cut the carbs a bit. Its good that you are taking note of what, when, and how much you eat, but remember your fat, sugar, salt etc contents. Also, there are carbs of which sugars that will ultimately result in excess fat and you will be going round in circles wondering why your results vary. You want to be eating at about 6 meals a day and snacks in between (this could include bannas, protein shakes, nuts etc). Don`t be scared to do a bit cardio too, how often do you train and what is your typical workout?

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    Re: Diet - Bodybuilding

    Perfectly toned body is a dream for every youngster and many of them work very hard to fulfil the dream. But due to lack of knowledge and guidance they waste their energy working hard in the gym working out which goes all in vain because of the unscheduled diet plans and eating habits. It is important to understand the value of a proper diet plan and required amount of every kind of nutrition.
    The person who understands the importance of diet in body building is the one who will be successful in his aim.

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