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Old 02-06-2008, 01:58 PM   #1
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Ok so i started off by picking up a weight gainer and a Creatine...

BSN- True-Mass weight gainer
Cell-tech- Creatine (i know theres mixed feelings on this one)

Gonna pick up HLG's i think as well

Are these good to start with and is there anything else i could add to help..like a multi vitamin etc...

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Definitely a multi vit/min. Some fish oil.
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That Truemass is going to expensive real fast. Check out a generic version and compare labels. You may be surprised.

Cellmass made me bloated when I took it. I found creatine ethyl ester to be more tolerable on my stomach.

In my opinion the food is more important than supps. So the basic whey, creatine, vitamin, and oils should be enough
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That Truemass is going to expensive real fast. Check out a generic version and compare labels. You may be surprised.

Cellmass made me bloated when I took it. I found creatine ethyl ester to be more tolerable on my stomach.

In my opinion the food is more important than supps. So the basic whey, creatine, vitamin, and oils should be enough
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as for the food im trying to get to the point where im taking in about 3500-4000 cals a day

12 grain bread /sandwiches
tuna once a weak
milk
granola bars
banana's before workout with protein shake and creatine during workout
Chicken breasts for lunch and dinner
daily greens

any other good food choices for bulking?
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Old 02-06-2008, 05:58 PM   #5
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eggs
nuts
fruits
ice cream! (don't go crazy with it, hardee shakes are 700 cals!)
oatmeal (whole oats)
natural peanut butter

ill add more as i think of them lol i pretty much eat anything as long as its not junkie and cut later.
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Ice cream is great for putting on fat. Fruits are good. Especially post workout. But eat them in moderation. The carbs from fruits are high GI. Tuna is a great source...I have at least a can a day. Lots of granola bars contain lots of High Fructose Corn Syrup, which is no good...so read the labels. Eat plenty of green vegetables...there is a sticky in the nutrition forum that will help you to choose what to eat.
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Ice cream is great for putting on fat. Fruits are good. Especially post workout. But eat them in moderation. The carbs from fruits are high GI. Tuna is a great source...I have at least a can a day. Lots of granola bars contain lots of High Fructose Corn Syrup, which is no good...so read the labels. Eat plenty of green vegetables...there is a sticky in the nutrition forum that will help you to choose what to eat.

great info from everyone..ill keep you guys posted on the progress i get..
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Like Eric said a good multivitamin and some fish oil. For bulking up I occasionally like to add in a good steak and some baked potatoes once in awhile. Good luck on bulking up.

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