Muscle Building Diet

So what is the top muscle building diet to help build your strong and muscular physique? What are the optimum muscle building foods to consume based on your bodyweight and degree you wish to build muscle? Learn how to compliment your hard training sessions with a variety of muscle building foods and diets for optimal recovery, growth and energy to train hard.

Nov 2013 07
Fibres examples

We all know that we need a good dose of fiber every day to boost metabolism, improve the digestive process, rid our digestive tracts of waste buildup and reduce inflammation. But with everything else you are paying attention to and keeping track of in your diet, it can be hard to focus on getting more fiber. The recommended minimum daily requirement of fiber is 25g, but if your digestive system... 

Nov 2013 02
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I’ve been talking a great deal in the last several weeks about the problems of toxin build-up, toxins and chemicals in our diets, poor digestive health and inflammation. All of these things have a profound effect not only on our overall health, but also on our bodybuilding efforts. The Daily Assault on Our Bodies Our bodies are inundated from every direction on a daily basis by elements that... 

Oct 2013 31
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We’ve been talking an awful lot over the last several weeks about the incredible benefits of juicing when it comes to your muscle-gaining goals. But juicing isn’t just for helping you gain muscle and improving your overall health. Juicing can also have a huge impact on your ability to burn excess fat faster, more efficiently and much more easily than cutting more calories or just increasing your... 

Oct 2013 28
Prescription for Muscle Gain

Juicing isn’t just an awesome thing to do for your overall good health – it’s also one of the best nutritional steps you can take to speed up your muscle gains. The fresh fruits and vegetables you use for your juicing boost your immune system, reduce inflammation, repair your digestive system, help to balance out hormone levels (especially testosterone and cortisol), improve insulin sensitivity... 

Oct 2013 25
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As you have been reading all of my recent posts on how awesome juicing is for bodybuilders, many of you are probably thinking that it sounds like a big undertaking. You already have a lot going on in your bodybuilding programs; your lifting protocols, any cardio training programs, tracking your growth and gains, your nutrition and everything else. This is on top of work, school, your marriage or relationship... 

Oct 2013 19
Juicing Benefits

I’ve been talking a lot recently about the overall health benefits of juicing, which are huge. In this article, I want to tell you more specifically how juicing affects your body in regard to building muscle. Of everything I’ve done over the last several years, juicing has been one of the most important steps I’ve taken to achieve bigger gains. This is why I’m so excited about working with... 

Oct 2013 11
juicing-mistakes

Juicing is an incredible nutritional resource for anyone who wants to achieve optimal health and can be a really valuable tool for bodybuilders. Juicing delivers a ton of vitamins, antioxidants and enzymes with minimal time and minimal calories. It will boost your immune system, help correct hormonal imbalances, prevent nutritional deficiencies that can slow growth, heal your digestive system and give... 

Oct 2013 07
dorm-fridge

Every college student should have a small refrigerator in their dorm room. You certainly should if you plan to avoid the “Freshman 15” and stay on track with your muscle-building goals. Most colleges will rent one to you by the semester but you can also buy one for about $100, which is a much better deal. Even though dorm rooms are notoriously tight on floor space, you can place a small microwave... 

Oct 2013 01
yummy pizza

When it’s time for dinner, you don’t have to rely on your college dining hall or the fast food and pizza places that surround most campuses. In fact, you shouldn’t. Dining hall buffet tables are loaded with breads, pastas, potatoes, fatty meats and limp, soggy vegetables. They also encourage overeating. The restaurants that surround college neighborhoods are fine for occasional evenings out with... 

Sep 2013 26
cheat meal

Lunchtime can be a real nutritional minefield. You’re hungry, you’re in the middle of a busy day and you don’t have much time to eat. All of these things are huge temptations to go the quick and easy route or to skip lunch altogether. Both are really bad ideas. A Bad or Non-Existent Lunch Will Sabotage Your Muscle-Gains The quick and easy option can seem like a good one at the time, especially... 

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