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  1. #1
    Join Date
    Jan 2008
    Birmingham, England

    Tips On Nutrition

    Hey, I was just wondering whether someone could give me some pointers on my daily meals, I'm just starting out weight lifting, am 190 cm's and weigh ~90kg. I don't want a strict diet, but just something to maybe gain a bit of bulk. This is what I have so far..

    Breakfast: Bowl of Oatmeal + 2 Egg Whites + ?

    Mid Morning: Packet of Peanuts + ?

    Noon: Tuna / Chicken Baguette or Baked Potato + ?

    Mid Afternoon: (Something to Eat Pre-Workout?)

    Post Workout: 1/2 Serving of Prolab M & W Gainer + 4 Caps Creatine + Can of Tuna / 2 Grilled Chicken Fillet Burgers

    Dinner: Chicken Breast / Thigh or Piece of Fish + Whatever is cooked

    Before Bed: 1/2 Serving of Prolab M & W Gainer + Peanut Butter + 2 Banana's

    I just want to get some kind of diet going that has high calories + protein to stack on some bulk and muscle at the same time, thanks!
    Last edited by h3LLb0y; 01-07-2008 at 01:38 PM.

  2. #2
    Join Date
    Aug 2007
    breakfast: + 1-2 cups milk
    mid: + protein shake?
    pre w.o: a banana w/ a shake

    my 2 cents

  3. #3
    Join Date
    Jan 2008
    Birmingham, England
    I'm kinda strapped for cash right now, so I can't buy an additional protein shake, I was wondering is there anything I could buy from the shop while I was out to eat? And also, is it ok to take my weight gainer + creatine about 1/2 hour after my workout or do I have to take it straight away?

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    Skinny is an Insult Brad263's Avatar
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    May 2007
    You should be ok a half hour after your workout. I think its a 90 minute window but I don't remember if thats after your workout or if that starts before your workout. but if your workout is less then a hour you wouldn't have to worry either way.
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