can someone suggest a good daily anti-aging energizing supplement regime?
im thinking something like:
1 teaspoon greens powder
1 teaspoon maca
or is this not enough for noticeable energy increase?
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I weigh 200 lbs, 11 % body fat, I hover between 10 and 12 percent body fat depending on my stress levels from work. Ie: 10% when I'm low stress, and 12 percent when I'm high stress.
I consume nutritious foods and drinks 5 times per day.
wake naturally (no alarm) around 7am
test gel/cream + HCG daily + arimidex daily
...800 grams fibrous and non-fiibrous fruit
...50 grams nut paste
...15 grams olive oil
...meat and beans (ie: round beans) stew - bulk cooked in 6 quart slow cooker on weekend.
...ie: 100 grams meat, 150 grams beans wet / 80 grams dry
...stew base is 100% fibrous-vegetable puree, cooked in slow cooker, at 175 F, never longer than 3 hours.
...hydrolyzed whey protein isolate (not ex-China)
...400 grams fibrous and non-fibrous fruit
...second dose of Test gel/cream
...600 grams steamed fibrous veg
...250 grams green leafy salad (flat leaf parsley or baby spinach + mushrooms + cucumbers + spanish onions + shallots + grated carrots + some ginger + some garlic +
...20 milliliters olive oil + red wine vinegar dressing
...80 grams meat or 120 grams fish (after cooking)
...40 grams nut paste
...either 150 milliliters fruit juice (no pulp) -or- 15 milliliters coconut oil (never together!)
Thanks man this is a really informative post. I haven't read all of it (yet).
Had your diet any influence on your testosterone/thyroid levels apart from insulin/glucose?
Do you use juices now mainly or also supplements?
'Chillin' had some good points, but since you are very health conscious -- I would skip the smoked salmon. Smoked salmon, especially if you eat a 4oz. portion, will have over 2 GRAMS of sodium. Not exactly healthy. Just cook a regular salmon, and sprinkle on some lemons and herbs.
I would also avoid drinking any straight fruit juices unless it is for breakfast, or after a workout. Definately not as a last meal of the day, though. The fiber in the fruit is what keeps the sugars from digesting way too fast. While a little fruit juice isn't terrible for you, there is really no reason to purposely include it in a diet. Instead, just eat a whole peice of fruit.