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Old 07-24-2012, 02:37 AM   #62
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Default Arnold's Protein Shake!

Don't know if this has been posted here, but I wanted to share a recipe from Arnolds bodybuilding encyclopedia. Each of the drinks here is made in sufficient quantity for 3 servings a day.

Level 1
(Protein = approx. 50 grams.)

20 ounces of milk or juice
4 ounces of cream (or 1 ounce safflower oil and 3 ounces of water)*
2 eggs
2 teaspoons lecithin granules
1/4 cup good-quality milk-and-egg protein powder
Flavoring

In a blender, place, milk, cream, eggs and lecithin; blend for an instant. Wait several minutes for the lecithin granules to dissolve, then add the protein powder and blend until mixed. For flavor, use your imagination: a very ripe banana, vanilla extract, any other fruit or flavoring. To make the drink sweeter, add a tablespoon or less of fructose-do not use high surcose foods like ice cream or chocolate syrup.

*For those with a slower metabolism, substitute safflower oil and water for the cream. If additional calories are not a problem, try alternating cream one day with oil and water the next.

Level 2
(Protein = approx 72 grams.)

16 ounces of milk or juice
6 ounces of cream (or 2 ounce safflower oil and 5 ounces of water)
4 eggs
4 teaspoons lecithin granules
1/2 cup good-quality milk-and-egg protein powder
Flavoring

In a blender, place, milk, cream, eggs and lecithin; blend for an instant. Wait several minutes for the lecithin granules to dissolve, then add the protein powder and blend until mixed. Flavor as in Level 1 drink, except that you can use as much as 2 tablespoons of fructose for sweetness.

Level 3
(Protein = approx 98 grams.)

16 ounces of milk or juice
8 ounces of cream (or 3 ounce safflower oil and 6 ounces of water)
6 eggs
6 teaspoons lecithin granules
3/4 cup good-quality milk-and-egg protein powder
Flavoring

In a blender, place, milk, cream, eggs and lecithin; blend for an instant. Wait several minutes for the lecithin granules to dissolve, then add the protein powder and blend until mixed. Flavor as desired.

*If you find your weight gain is not as large as you would like, even at level 3, here is an even more potent drink you can add to your diet. (Protein = approx. 96 grams.)

12 ounces of milk or juice
12 ounces of cream (or 4 ounce safflower oil and 8 ounces of water)
6 eggs
6 teaspoons lecithin granules
3/4 cup good-quality milk-and-egg protein powder
Flavoring



Edit; Fixed some spelling errors.
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