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Default bodybuilding diet to increse mass and power
by gwilliams 03-22-2010, 04:43 AM

The importance of a proper bodybuilding diet to accomplish your muscle building goals cannot be emphasized enough. Many experts argue that diet can account for 50 to 80% of an athlete's success at building muscle at a steady pace.

If you are looking to learn how to structure your diet for building muscle and adding mass then follow the following proven bodybuilding principles of successFollowing is a sample bodybuilding diet plan that will work very well for anyone who is looking to add muscle and bulk. Depending on your weight and body fat percentage, you may need to increase of decrease the amounts of foods consumed.

Meal 1
6 egg whites, 1 yolk, 1 slice low fat cheese, 3oz oats, 1 banana, 1 cup of low fat milk, 1 scoop whey protein powder.

Meal 2
5oz tuna in water, 1 whole wheat bagel, 1 tablespoon low fat mayo, lettuce and tomato.

Meal 3
8oz grilled chicken breast, 1 baked potato, 2 cups salad, olive oil dressing.

Meal 4
Sandwich with 4oz turkey breast, 2 slices whole wheat toast, 2 slices low fat cheese and tomato. 1 cup of low fat milk or a yogurt.

Meal 5
6oz grilled steak, 1.5 cups brown rice, 2 cups salad or vegetables.

Meal 6
6oz cottage cheese, half cup almonds, 1 scoop whey protein.

Follow the above bodybuilding diet plan and remember, as you grow bigger, make sure you eat more calories!


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