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Nutrition discussion on Chicken && Milk, within the Bodybuilding Forum; Originally Posted by cody909 holy shit. That much food would kill me. Probably at first. But keep in mind, I ...


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Old 10-02-2008, 11:59 AM   #21
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holy shit. That much food would kill me.

Probably at first. But keep in mind, I weigh right around 230. That said, your requiements are going to be slightly lower. All the info given so far has been spot on. But remember, you have to eat to grow. And as you grow you have to continue to increase your intake to keep what you've gained. If it seems like a balancing act, it is. And it's something that requires your full attention. Study it bro... make it your bitch. It's the sport you chose and I think that everyone here would agree, it's the best.
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^I strongly doubt that Alex_ru was even attempting to make a relevant post
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^I strongly doubt that Alex_ru was even attempting to make a relevant post
That's the lamest spam message I've ever seen.
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I think the idea was to display the sig..which I deleted
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the kid just needs to lay out a diet plan and stick too it.
buy some bags of brown or wild rice, beans get lots of beans, they are good carbs and protein, easy calories.
also buy some almonds as they are easier to snack on on the go, and are easy calories.
veggies- greens, anything, sweet potatoes new potatoes
protein-eggs eggs eggs, fish lean beef and chicken which you already have
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