Bulking Tips For HardGainers

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  1. Quote Originally Posted by JOHNJESSICA20 View Post
    Monounsaturated fat is believed to lower cholesterol and may assist in reducing heart disease. Like polyunsaturated fat it provides essential fatty acids for healthy skin and the development of body cells.

    Monounsaturated fat is also believed to offer protection against certain cancers, like breast cancer and colon cancer.

    Monounsaturated fats are typically high in Vitamin E, the anti-oxidant vitamin which is usually in short supply in many Western diets.

    Cold pressed extra virgin olive oil, if not over-heated, provides a range of phyto-chemicals and phenols which help to boost immunity and maintain good health.

    Monounsaturated fat and weight loss
    From a calorie viewpoint, however, there is no difference between monounsaturated, polyunsaturated fat and saturated fat. Because ALL fats are high in calories
    that is beautiful, now can we get back to the show! j.j pass the popcorn,rugger have you seen the remote?


  2. I'm just trying to figure out why you don't think people should eat fatty, red meats? Mauro Di Pasquale has a plethora of information and data showing that red meat and it's saturated fat isn't unhealthy but healthy. He points out a long list of benefits that fatty red meat has. IIRC red meat and it's saturated fat also increases serum testosterone. Also, iirc again, the AMA recommends saturated fat.
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    Something I'd like to add is consistency... Be consistent with your diet, lifting, and your sleep.

    For me, I've found I grow more when using what I would call a "3 stage routine" One week I'll do TUT lifts, next week I'll do a standard 8-10 or 10-12 routine, and one week I'll do a power scheme. Keeps your muscles guessing, and growing.

  4. Quote Originally Posted by Rugger View Post
    I'm just trying to figure out why you don't think people should eat fatty, red meats? Mauro Di Pasquale has a plethora of information and data showing that red meat and it's saturated fat isn't unhealthy but healthy. He points out a long list of benefits that fatty red meat has. IIRC red meat and it's saturated fat also increases serum testosterone. Also, iirc again, the AMA recommends saturated fat.
    i heard that the coloring of the red meat(the die that makes it red) used to or still contain a cancer causing ingredient called sacchrin, and the rareness of red meat causes problems with digestion.especially.pork.!

  5. I dont think there are many plants that use dye when processing their meat anymore, I havent seen it in years and when it was available I didnt purchase it. Meat should always be cooked till well done. Meat is one of the most nutrient dense foods there is, the fat should be discarded though, it screws up digestion.
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  6. Quote Originally Posted by Rugger View Post
    I'm just trying to figure out why you don't think people should eat fatty, red meats? Mauro Di Pasquale has a plethora of information and data showing that red meat and it's saturated fat isn't unhealthy but healthy. He points out a long list of benefits that fatty red meat has. IIRC red meat and it's saturated fat also increases serum testosterone. Also, iirc again, the AMA recommends saturated fat.

    I've read the same data.I don't think eating saturated fat from red meat a couple of times a week is going to harm you,on the contrary,if you're on a bulk and lifting heavy it will be benificial,helping to raise your natural test levels.But everything in moderation...

  7. Quote Originally Posted by tattoopierced1 View Post
    Something I'd like to add is consistency... Be consistent with your diet, lifting, and your sleep.

    For me, I've found I grow more when using what I would call a "3 stage routine" One week I'll do TUT lifts, next week I'll do a standard 8-10 or 10-12 routine, and one week I'll do a power scheme. Keeps your muscles guessing, and growing.
    Great post bro! I'll add it to the original if you dont mind..

  8. Quote Originally Posted by landfill View Post
    I've read the same data.I don't think eating saturated fat from red meat a couple of times a week is going to harm you,on the contrary,if you're on a bulk and lifting heavy it will be benificial,helping to raise your natural test levels.But everything in moderation...
    There nothing wrong with eating meat, thats a great source of protein..And I eat it 3 time daily.I have no clue where he comes up with his stuff.

  9. Quote Originally Posted by JOHNJESSICA20 View Post
    There nothing wrong with eating meat, thats a great source of protein..And I eat it 3 time daily.I have no clue where he comes up with his stuff.
    Refer to the section "VERY LEAN MEAT" and then post #3

  10. Rugger I appreciate your constructive criticism... Thanks

  11. Quote Originally Posted by JOHNJESSICA20 View Post
    Rugger I appreciate your constructive criticism... Thanks

  12. You can find the rest of the information from Scivation's website, then click books, and finally Bulking for Ectomorphs, where he took it all verbatum.

  13. Quote Originally Posted by landfill View Post
    I've read the same data.I don't think eating saturated fat from red meat a couple of times a week is going to harm you,on the contrary,if you're on a bulk and lifting heavy it will be benificial,helping to raise your natural test levels.But everything in moderation...
    Actually using these tips right now during bulk.
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