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Get BIG Diet

Weight Gain for Bodybuilders

5:00 a.m.
4 aminos
1 arginine/ornithine
5:30 a.m.
6 egg whites 1 apple
¼ cup raisins 1 medium bowl oatmeal or Cream of Wheat
8:30 a.m.
6 egg whites ¼ cup raisins
1 tuna sandwich ¼ lb. pasta
1 banana fresh vegetables
12:00 noon
4 aminos 1 bowl brown rice
6 egg whites 1 sweet potato
1 banana fresh vegetables
1 chicken breast or
4-6 oz. fresh fish
3:00 p.m.
6 egg whites ¼ cup raisins
1 tuna sandwich ¼ lb. pasta
2 baked potatoes fresh vegetables
6:00 p.m.
1 can tuna 1 baked potato
1 can beans ¼ cup raisins
1 banana ¼ lb. pasta

After training take 4 aminos

Bedtime:
Gamma-oryzanol 20-30 mil.

EAT BIG – LIFT BIG – BE BIG!

These are the steps that lead to the 'bodybuilding competition' stage!
Training: Rep at a weight you can rep with good positive/negative form. Feel each rep at full range. Work HARD and HEAVY at a good pace. Rest only when your partner is lifting. Rest longer to let hear rate slow (do not go aerobic).

Top Ten Animal Proteins (Less than 5% Fat): Cod (grilled), Sole or flounder (grilled), Halibut(grilled), Scallops (grilled), Lobster(steamed), Crab (all species, steamed), Cottage cheese (low fat), Mussels (steamed), Turkey breast (roasted, no skin).

Best Protein Sources (over 20% protein, under 20% fat): Soybeans, Split peas, Kidney beans, Dried whole peas, Lima beans, Black-eyed peas, Lentils, Black beans, Navy beans

Chewing
Chewing affects our metabolism and the proper utilization of foods. For example, salivary amylase helps break down the starches in grains, vegetables and fruits, creating simple sugars. This allows for more efficient use of the energy in carbohydrates. It also allows the stomach and small intestine to focus on protein metabolism without the burden of dealing with starch. Chewing also makes the bones in the skull move more. The temporal lobs of the skull pump as the jaw moves rhythmically up and down. This has a positive effect on the hypothalamus. Thus, endocrine balance and nervous system strength are also enhanced.

It has been recommended that people chew each mouthful 75 to 150 times, however 35 times is acceptable for healthy people. Energy expended in the process of chewing prevents the body from losing heat and energy in the digestive tract and thus aids in the preservation and utilization of metabolic heat in an efficient manner. In addition, chewing slows down the eating process itself, which allows us to focus on mealtimes as a nutritious event rather than as something that needs to be done while we’re on the run.

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