Critique My Ultimate Anabolic Grocery List

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    Critique My Ultimate Anabolic Grocery List


    My big ol' tax return will be here in a matter of a few weeks, therefore I'll be stocking up on the necessary foods and supplements. My main goal is a lean bulk, however, I'm willing to do what I have to in order to put on some serious LBM.

    Let me know how the grocery list looks and feel free to make any additions or substitutions. I look forward to hearing what you ladies and gentlemen think.

    Condiments
    chives
    lemon juice
    horseradish
    wasabi
    honey
    sugar-free maple syrup
    flour
    flaxseeds
    flaxseed oil
    olive oil
    sour cream
    fat-free mayonnaise, Miracle Whip
    salsa (oil based)
    mustard
    balsamic vinegar
    ketchup
    soy sauce (reduced sodim)
    teriyaki sauce (reduced sodium)
    steak sauce
    Splenda sweetener
    BBQ sauce
    Mrs. Dash spices (mexican, mesquite, etc.)
    Italian dressing (for marinade)
    cinnamon
    cream cheese
    natural peanut butter
    hot sauce (Tobasco)
    cooking spray
    vanilla extract

    Beverages
    bottled water
    tea
    Dunkin Donuts coffee
    Crystal Light
    sugar-free Kool-Aid
    100% fruit juice
    V8

    Complex Carbs
    oatmeal
    yams
    pasta
    rice (brown, white)
    whole wheat bread
    whole wheat bagels
    whole wheat pita bread
    whole wheat english muffins
    grits
    Cheerios
    Shredded Wheat
    Raisin Bran
    rolls

    Vegetables
    * fresh & frozen
    mixed salad
    pickles
    cucumber
    zucchini
    brussel sprouts
    garlic
    okra
    broccoli
    asparagus
    lettuce
    croutons
    onions
    potatoes
    tomatoes
    corn
    bell peppers
    baby carrots
    celery
    mushrooms
    cauliflower
    string beans
    tofu
    spinach
    olives
    eggplant
    artichokes
    peas
    cabbage
    collard greens

    Meat, Fish & Poultry
    boneless/skinless chicken breasts
    tuna (water packed)
    fish filets
    shrimp
    extra lean ground beef, ground round
    eggs
    extra thick bacon
    ground turkey, turkey bacon, breast slices
    leg of lamb
    pork tenderloin
    deli meat cuts
    scallops
    beef tenderloin
    pork chops
    lean ham

    Dairy
    1-2% milk
    skim milk
    whole milk
    Silk soy milk
    egg whites
    yogurt

    Snacks
    sugar-free popsicles
    sugar-free/fat-free Jell-o pudding
    assorted nuts (almonds, walnuts, etc.)
    whole wheat pretzels
    low-fat chips
    popcorn
    rice cakes
    whole wheat crackers
    sherbert
    energy bars

    Fruits
    * fresh & frozen
    lemons
    limes
    apples
    avacados
    bananas
    cantaloupe
    pears
    plums
    grapes
    kiwi
    apricots
    nectarines
    peaches
    berries
    oranges
    grapefruit
    strawberries
    raisins
    dried fruit

    Canned Goods
    black beans
    kidney beans
    lima beans
    garbanzo beans
    green beans
    peas
    spinach
    soup (low-fat, low sodium)
    broth
    pineapple
    peaches
    pears
    apple sauce (unsweetened)


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    Are you seriously buying all of that? I hope you have a big fridge.

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    Holy ish thats the whole frigin grocery store 1 of each!

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    I'm going to attempt to purchase most of it, but I highly doubt I'll be able to pick up everything. I do have somewhat of a limited budget and I have an average sized fridge. Nothing spectacular.

    I noticed that no one has made any suggestions so I'm assuming that the looks of it is alright?

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    Quote Originally Posted by AmericnMuscle View Post
    I noticed that no one has made any suggestions so I'm assuming that the looks of it is alright?
    Sort of , because you named pretty much every food that is pretty healthy Try and get nitrite-free deli meats, and go easy on the bacon Also look carefully at the energy bars, you might be better off making and freezing your own.

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    umm... you named every food in the universe. thats a fact

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    Kinda a lot of fruits bro, id say just pick 3 or 4 of your favorites. Not only do you not need that many, half of it will go bad before you can eat it. Otherwise it looks pretty badass.

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    Thats a nice list, it makes me want to buy a bigger firdge and go shopping. When you do end up going let us know the outcome or total from the purchase. It would also have been a lil better to only include what exactly your purchasing instead of everything in the world you'd want as by doing this there isn't much fun in critiquing.

    But one things for sure I'm printing your list out and highlighting the things I need to pick up, I tend to forget a lot of crap when I go. Reps!
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    that is a lot of food!!!!!!!!

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    dump the sugar free kool aid, it contains aspartame and maltodextrin

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    Quote Originally Posted by WhatsaRoid? View Post
    But one things for sure I'm printing your list out and highlighting the things I need to pick up,

    now that is a good idea!

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    Quote Originally Posted by AmericnMuscle View Post
    My big ol' tax return will be here in a matter of a few weeks, therefore I'll be stocking up on the necessary foods and supplements. My main goal is a lean bulk, however, I'm willing to do what I have to in order to put on some serious LBM.

    Let me know how the grocery list looks and feel free to make any additions or substitutions. I look forward to hearing what you ladies and gentlemen think.

    Condiments
    chives
    lemon juice
    horseradish
    wasabi
    honey
    sugar-free maple syrup
    flour



    flaxseeds
    flaxseed oil
    olive oil
    sour cream
    fat-free mayonnaise, Miracle Whip
    salsa (oil based)
    mustard
    balsamic vinegar
    ketchup
    soy sauce (reduced sodim)
    teriyaki sauce (reduced sodium)
    steak sauce
    Splenda sweetener
    BBQ sauce
    Mrs. Dash spices (mexican, mesquite, etc.)
    Italian dressing (for marinade)
    cinnamon
    cream cheese
    natural peanut butter
    hot sauce (Tobasco)
    cooking spray
    vanilla extract

    Beverages
    bottled water
    tea
    Dunkin Donuts coffee
    Crystal Light
    sugar-free Kool-Aid
    100% fruit juice
    V8

    Complex Carbs
    oatmeal
    yams
    pasta
    rice (brown, white)
    whole wheat bread
    whole wheat bagels
    whole wheat pita bread
    whole wheat english muffins
    grits
    Cheerios
    Shredded Wheat
    Raisin Bran
    rolls

    Vegetables
    * fresh & frozen
    mixed salad
    pickles
    cucumber
    zucchini
    brussel sprouts
    garlic
    okra
    broccoli
    asparagus
    lettuce
    croutons
    onions
    potatoes
    tomatoes
    corn
    bell peppers
    baby carrots
    celery
    mushrooms
    cauliflower
    string beans
    tofu
    spinach
    olives
    eggplant
    artichokes
    peas
    cabbage
    collard greens

    Meat, Fish & Poultry
    boneless/skinless chicken breasts
    tuna (water packed)
    fish filets
    shrimp
    extra lean ground beef, ground round
    eggs
    extra thick bacon
    ground turkey, turkey bacon, breast slices
    leg of lamb
    pork tenderloin
    deli meat cuts
    scallops
    beef tenderloin
    pork chops
    lean ham

    Dairy
    1-2% milk
    skim milk
    whole milk
    Silk soy milk
    egg whites
    yogurt

    Snacks
    sugar-free popsicles
    sugar-free/fat-free Jell-o pudding
    assorted nuts (almonds, walnuts, etc.)
    whole wheat pretzels
    low-fat chips
    popcorn
    rice cakes
    whole wheat crackers
    sherbert
    energy bars

    Fruits
    * fresh & frozen
    lemons
    limes
    apples
    avacados
    bananas
    cantaloupe
    pears
    plums
    grapes
    kiwi
    apricots
    nectarines
    peaches
    berries
    oranges
    grapefruit
    strawberries
    raisins
    dried fruit

    Canned Goods
    black beans
    kidney beans
    lima beans
    garbanzo beans
    green beans
    peas
    spinach
    soup (low-fat, low sodium)
    broth
    pineapple
    peaches
    pears
    apple sauce (unsweetened)

    cut out bacon and all pork products. pork is not good for you and bacon has sooooo much fat (the bad kind) stick to only turkey bacon if you need bacon.
    you are missing cottage cheese (unless you don't like it)
    otherwise looks very good to me

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    100% fruit juice isnt good. it will have alot more dramatic of an insulin response than regular fruit.
    For me, the action IS the juice.

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    the v8 i think should be trashed, your better off just eating the fruits/veggies instead of drinking that because I believe they still add some stuff. Also, why not buy the beans raw and cook them yourself, they are cheaper raw and you'll get much more for your money!

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    I'd skip the Splenda, soy milk, and sherbet myself as well as get low sodium V-8. Looks good for the rest of it. I agree with the raw beans suggestion - better and cheaper.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AmericnMuscle View Post
    My big ol' tax return will be here in a matter of a few weeks, therefore I'll be stocking up on the necessary foods and supplements. My main goal is a lean bulk, however, I'm willing to do what I have to in order to put on some serious LBM.

    Let me know how the grocery list looks and feel free to make any additions or substitutions. I look forward to hearing what you ladies and gentlemen think.

    Condiments
    chives
    lemon juice
    horseradish

    wasabi
    honey
    sugar-free maple syrup
    flour
    flaxseeds
    flaxseed oil
    olive oil

    sour cream
    fat-free mayonnaise, Miracle Whip
    salsa (oil based)

    mustard
    balsamic vinegar

    ketchup
    soy sauce (reduced sodim)
    teriyaki sauce (reduced sodium)
    steak sauce
    Splenda sweetener
    BBQ sauce

    Mrs. Dash spices (mexican, mesquite, etc.)
    Italian dressing (for marinade)
    cinnamon
    cream cheese
    natural peanut butter
    hot sauce (Tobasco)
    cooking spray

    vanilla extract

    Beverages
    bottled water
    tea

    Dunkin Donuts coffee
    Crystal Light
    sugar-free Kool-Aid
    100% fruit juice
    V8


    Complex Carbs
    oatmeal
    yams
    pasta whole grain

    rice (brown, white)
    whole wheat bread
    whole wheat bagels
    whole wheat pita bread
    whole wheat english muffins
    grits
    Cheerios

    Shredded Wheat
    Raisin Bran

    rolls

    Vegetables
    * fresh & frozen
    mixed salad
    pickles

    cucumber
    zucchini
    brussel sprouts
    garlic
    okra
    broccoli
    asparagus
    lettuce

    croutons
    onions
    potatoes
    tomatoes

    corn
    bell peppers
    baby carrots
    celery
    mushrooms
    cauliflower
    string beans
    tofu
    spinach
    olives
    eggplant

    artichokes
    peas
    cabbage

    collard greens

    Meat, Fish & Poultry
    boneless/skinless chicken breasts
    tuna (water packed)
    fish filets
    shrimp
    extra lean ground beef, ground round
    eggs

    extra thick bacon
    ground turkey, turkey bacon, breast slices
    leg of lamb
    pork tenderloin
    deli meat cuts

    scallops
    beef tenderloin

    pork chops
    lean ham


    Dairy
    1-2% milk
    skim milk
    whole milk

    Silk soy milk
    egg whites

    yogurt

    Snacks
    sugar-free popsicles
    sugar-free/fat-free Jell-o pudding

    assorted nuts (almonds, walnuts, etc.)
    whole wheat pretzels
    low-fat chips
    popcorn
    rice cakes
    whole wheat crackers
    sherbert
    energy bars


    Fruits
    * fresh & frozen
    lemons
    limes
    apples
    avacados
    bananas

    cantaloupe
    pears
    plums
    grapes
    kiwi

    apricots
    nectarines

    peaches
    berries
    oranges
    grapefruit
    strawberries

    raisins
    dried fruit


    Canned Goods
    black beans
    kidney beans
    lima beans
    garbanzo beans
    green beans
    peas

    spinach
    soup (low-fat, low sodium)
    broth
    pineapple
    peaches
    pears
    apple sauce (unsweetened)
    according to fridge space and (subjective) importance/personal preference, i shortened the list.
    red = bye
    green = buy

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    Guys, not to be a killjoy (as the thread is obviously great for discussion purposes), but he OP posted this in March for one thing.... and he's banned... so I doubt he is getting all of this good information =)

    Lucky!

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    good edits mindless

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