"When your goal is to put on muscle mass you must increase your calorie intake as you increase
the activity level being given to the muscle. In other words, you can't train like a horse and
eat like a bird. Supply and demand is the key to adding muscle size".
Jack LaLanne was asked, do you use supplements?
Jack LaLanne:"Are you kidding? About 40 or 50 a day. Everything from A to Z. Ninety percent of
them are natural, as much as I can take. I take enzymes, I take herbs, the whole bit!
A little skim milk once in a while is not going to hurt you. It isn't what you do once in a while that's a problem; it's what you
do all the time. Look at the average American diet, ice cream, butter, cheese, whole milk,
all this fat. People don't realize how much of this stuff you get by the end of the day.
High blood pressure is from all this high-fat eating. Do you know how many calories are
in butter and cheese and ice cream? Would you get your dog up in the morning for a cup of
coffee and a donut? Probably millions of Americans got up this morning with a cup of coffee,
a cigarette and a donut. No wonder they are sick and fouled up."
Great Food Chart and Link Page.
Critical Bench Sample Meals.
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Article on why soda pop is killing You.
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Anti aging article.
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Click here...Glycemic Index. This is a great page full of quality information.
One of three basic calorie providing foodstuffs protein and fat are the others.
hydrogen and oxygen. Digestive tract breaks carbs down to a simple sugar, glucose which
enters the bloodstream as the bodies main source of energy, Four calories per gram of carbohydrates.
A diet of 65% good carbs, 25-30% protein and 5-10% fats is best for most individuals.
Studies show that consuming a low glycemic diet can aid in weight loss. Also, high insulin levels are
associated with increased risk of heart disease. We do not buy protein thathas insulin added. Eating the Low Glycemic Way is a helpful way of looking at high and low GI
carbohydrates is explained by Robert Crahyon, M.S., promoter of the "Paleolithic Diet." Crahyon divides carbohydrates into two groups:
•Paleocarbs. The carbohydrates that sustained early mankind, the hunter-gatherers: vegetables, fruits and possibly tubers. All these carbohydrates are rich in fiber, vitamins and minerals-plus, most have a low GI.
•Neocarbs. Carbohydrates that developed as a result of agriculture: grains, legumes and flour products, then eventually, processed grain products such as those made with white flour and sugar, which have a high GI.
The majority of the World's Healthiest Foods are paleocarbs. Most of these foods have a low GI and will nourish, satisfy and energize you, while helping keep your blood sugar levels on an even keel.
Click Here...Fast and Slow Carbs.
Fast carbs can raise blood sugar quickly. Eaten before a workout can provide energy. I like to use fast carbs combined with Vitol Eggwhite Proten, BCAA, 5 grams creatine, 3-5 grams of
Glutamine and Taurine 45 minutes before heavy max lifting, otherwise I never eat fast carbs. Some like to use Whey protein as they feel it acts quicker before lifting and egg following. I prefer egg before and after as it is a better protein and the slow energy last longer.
Good fast cards are fruits........Bad fast carbs are bread, cereals, some starchy vegetables, sugars and other junk food. Fast carbs are generally not good for your health
and are high on the Glycemic Index. If You eat a diet made up of fast carbs daily You will become fat and weak fast especially if You are not hitting the iron hard. A diet low on the
Glycemic Index is slow carbs that will provide energy over a long period of time such as egg protein, vegetables, nuts, beans, sweet potatoes. Slow carbs are a much better way to eat.
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