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    Revised CLEAN (hopefully) Bulking Diet

    What does everyone think...


    Workout Day
    Meal 1:
    Protein Oatmeal
    Nitrean with Milk

    Meal 2:
    Lowfat yogurt
    1 cheese stick

    Meal 3:
    Coldcut sandwhich on low carb bread
    1 banana
    Few chips

    Meal 4 ~ 1 hr pre-workout:
    Nitrean w/ milk
    Protein bar
    Canned chicken or Tuna

    post-workout: Nitrean shake

    Meal 5:
    1 large chicken breast
    1 Yam
    Serving of veggies

    Meal 6:
    1 cup cottage cheese
    1 yogurt
    Nitrean w/ milk

    Rest Day:
    Meal 1:
    Protein Oatmeal
    Nitrean with Milk

    Meal 2:
    Lowfat yogurt
    1 cheese stick

    Meal 3:
    Coldcut sandwhich on low carb bread
    1 banana
    Few chips

    Meal 4 :
    1/2 cup cottage cheese
    Protein bar
    Canned chicken or Tuna

    post-workout: Nitrean shake

    Meal 5:
    1 large chicken breast
    1 Yam
    Serving of veggies
    large glass of milk

    Meal 6:
    4 egg whites
    1 yogurt
    Nitrean Shake w/ milk


    I know its a little heavy in Dairy. I weigh close to 180 right now. My protein totals came to about ~220ish. Started my bulk at 153 and now am close to 180. Gain some fat, looking to clean it up now and press on..
    Last edited by jtrink; 12-09-2009 at 04:13 PM.

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    Take out chips. Try to add in more fruits and veggies.

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    yeh figured the chips, i could probably replace that with veggies of some sort. maybe carrots or something.

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    You need more high quality carb sources, mostly starches, such as potatoes, long grain rice, etc... Remember protein is important but you must have enough protein sparing nutrients to get the most out of your protein so it is used to rebuild muscle and not used as a fuel source.

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    hmmm, ok

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    agree, diet look ok(not the best)< cut out some of the dairy, add in more complex carbs,fruits and vegs, then just have a good cheat meal 1 or 2 times a week
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    okay, thanks guys

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