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Saturday, May 20, 2017

Muscle Growth Diet

THIS MEAL PLAN IS TAILORED FOR MEN WHO WANT TO BUILD MUSCLE. CHECK OUT THE SKINNY GUY WORKOUT for the workout that goes with this meal plan.



Target: 3,000 Calories, 300g Carbs, 225g Protein, 100g Fat

Forging new muscle requires a menu high in carbs, therefore, calories. But going on a muscle-building diet is no excuse to gorge on junk food.

Take Miles Teller. To prepare for Bleed for This, in which he plays fearsome Vinny "The Pazmanian Devil" Paz, the actor feasted on chicken, avocado, spinach, and tomatoes, and kept his morning meals consistent: “Breakfast was protein powder, ice, water, a splash of almond milk, and some frozen fruit—like, maybe, 10 blueberries," he told Men's Fitness.

Muscle Growth Diet – Foods

 Chicken

Chicken is a great source of protein, almost 25 gram per 100 grams of chicken. Plus it is very low in calories, which makes it a fan favorite for a lot of people on cutting.

Peanut Butter Sandwich

We are not talking about peanut butter with jam and white bread. You can make a simple sandwich with peanut butter in whole grain bread and even mix it up with chicken. Peanut Butter is a great source of protein and healthy fat.

Add in Omega 3’s

Add some Omega 3’s by including fish oil to give you a total of 1.8-3.0g of combined EPA and DHA per day. Though technically a supplement, these still have calories and you have to count them. Currently we are recommending the OmegAvail by Designs for Health as the EPA and DHA are in triglyceride form.

Eggs

Each egg contains protein content of 6 to 8 grams per egg. Eggs are alos rich in vitamins, zinc, iron and calcium making them one of the most complete muscle building foods out there.

Chicken breast

You get 30 grams of protein from every 100 grams of chicken breast. They are freely available and can be cooked into delicious delicacies.

Wild Salmon

Wild salmon has a powerful punch of omega-3 fatty acids. This makes them a superb option in making lean-muscle. Salmon also boosts metabolism.

Broccoli

Add broccoli to your post workout salad along with spinach, baby tomatoes, sweet corn and peppers. This is a great source of vitamins, minerals and fiber. Remember: minimal cooking!


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