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    What is the number 1 superfood for size?

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    Eggs.

    If I really had to pick one.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ethan_wilde View Post
    What is the number 1 superfood for size?
    Ground beef hands down
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    Quote Originally Posted by EBF Inc View Post
    Ground beef hands down
    2nd that. It's amino pofile is pretty solid for human use. I'll buy pounds of it at the grocery store, split it into tupper ware and freeze. Pull out and cook up a pound when you need it, add a little taco seasoning or chipotle spices and you have a solid lean protein meal when ever you want.
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    What do you mean by superfood? I wouldn't consider eggs or ground beef superfoods.
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    Quote Originally Posted by PuZo View Post
    What do you mean by superfood? I wouldn't consider eggs or ground beef superfoods.
    He said for mass. So I assumed the best food option to add to a bulk.

    And I would consider eggs a superfood by almost any standard
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    Ground beef and PB
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    If you mean to help you hit bulking macros, peanut butter

    If you mean perfect foods for a bulk, I'd say Greek yogurt and eggs
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    Quote Originally Posted by ethan_wilde View Post
    What is the number 1 superfood for size?
    Red meat for protein, oats or white rice for carbs and almonds for protein
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    Beef and eggs by far have the best amino profile IMO
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    Quinoa for carbs too. I prefer it to rice
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    for size this would be my super food choice

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    copious amounts of chickien , brown rice and broccolli
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    Quote Originally Posted by Driven2lift View Post
    He said for mass. So I assumed the best food option to add to a bulk.

    And I would consider eggs a superfood by almost any standard
    Depends at how you look at it. In general, a superfood would be considered whatever food has the most amount of nutrients (micros/macros) per mass of that food.

    I would think eggs would pale in comparison to other high protein foods such as spirulina which is more nutrient dense.
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    Quote Originally Posted by PuZo View Post

    Depends at how you look at it. In general, a superfood would be considered whatever food has the most amount of nutrients (micros/macros) per mass of that food.

    I would think eggs would pale in comparison to other high protein foods such as spirulina which is more nutrient dense.
    That's what I think of with superfoods...but then I get confused by the original question in those contexts.
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