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Getbig I
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« on: October 14, 2016, 05:08:06 AM »

Im 37 225lbs at 23% bf. Train 4-5 days a week and do cardio 3-4 times a week for atleast 30 minutes following weight training. I'm looking to get into the low teens on bf%
I am running 750 sust, and 300 tren per week and 50 winny ed
Below is my current diet. Please give your advice. Thanks

#1 7:00 Breakfast  Protein 24g 590 Calories 49g carbs
    4 Whole eggs
    1 cup oatmeal
    1 slice wheat toast

#2 10:30 Snack  Protein 30g 404 Calories 45g Carbs
    1 large banana
    O.N. protein shake (Isolate)
    1oz Almonds

#3 12:00 Lunch Protein 43g 360 Calories 26g Carbs
    5oz Chicken breast
    1/2 cup brown rice
    veggies (asparagus, broccoli, or carrots)

#4 2:30 Pre Workout (Go at 4:30) Protein 46g 535 Calories 535 27g Carbs
    6oz Sirlion
    5oz Sweet potato
    veggies (asparagus, broccoli, or carrots)

#5 6:30 Post Work out Protein 48g 300 Calories 35g Carbs
    Rice cake w/ peanut butter
    2 scoops of ON protein shake in water

#6 8:00 Dinner Protein 30g 606 Calories 52g Cargs
    6oz Ground Turkey
    1 cup brown rice
    veggies (asparagus, broccoli, or carrots)

Totals: 221g Protein, 2795 Calories, and 234g Carbs
On non training days I will cut approx 500 calories and 52g of carbs

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« Reply #1 on: October 17, 2016, 02:05:38 AM »

Top 10 protein foods For Muscles Building

Today in the health section CRB Tech Reviews write about protein foods For Muscles Building .

Necessary protein are large biomolecules, or macromolecules, made up of one or more long stores of protein remains. Necessary protein perform a range of features within creatures, such as catalysing metabolic responses, DNA duplication, replying to stimulating elements, and moving elements from one location to another. Necessary protein stand out from one another mainly in their series of meats, which is determined by the nucleotide series of their genetics, and which usually results in protein holdable into a specific three-dimensional framework that decides its activity .

Protein diet can help you for weight loss ó and keep your tummy complete. But itís essential to eat the correct quantity and the right type of protein to get its health advantages.

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One-half cup of legumes contains as much proteins as an oz of broiled meal. Plus, these healthy blocks include fibres to keep you feeling complete for hours.

Pork Tenderloin

This great and flexible white various meats is 31% more lean than it was 20 years ago.


Fifty grams of soy proteins everyday can help reduce cholesterol levels levels by about 3%. Eating soy proteins instead of resources of higher-fat proteins ó and keeping diet plans ó can be good for your heart.

Lean Beef

Lean various meats has only one more gram of soaked fat than a skin free poultry. Trim various meats is also filled with zinc oxide, metal, and supplement B12.


Protein on the Go

If you donít have time to sit down for meals, get meals alternative consume, cereals bar, or energy bar. Check the brand to be sure the product contains at least six grams of proteins and is low in glucose and fat.

Protein at Breakfast

Research demonstrates along with a resource of proteins like an egg or Ancient natural at morning food along with a high-fibre feed like whole rice toasted bread can help you feel complete longer and eat less throughout the day.


Seafood is full of proteins because itís usually low in fat. Fish such as salmon is a little greater in fat, but it is the heart-healthy kind: it has omega-3 body fat.

White-Meat Poultry

Stick to the white meats of chicken for outstanding, lean proteins. Dark meats is a little greater in fat. The epidermis is filled with soaked fat, so remove epidermis before cooking.

Milk, Milk products, and Yogurt

Not only are milk products like milk, cheese, and natural outstanding sources of proteins, but they also contain valuable calcium mineral, and many are prepared with vitamin D. Choose skimmed or low-fat milk to keep bone fragments and teeth strong and help prevent weak bone fragments.


Eggs are one of the least expensive forms of proteins. The American Center Organization says normal healthier adults can securely enjoy an egg a day.

Stay connected with this page of CRB Tech Solutions for more health and fitness related blogs.


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