Wild diet .. And gains
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Post up the diet. Most important factor tho will be total cals. Get enough and just about anything will workSerious Nutrition Solutions Product Rep - db77@seriousnutritionsolutions .com
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Carbs are important. Even low carb dieters need some carbs. Hard to get the fiber u need without some enriched grains. It's not impossible to do without enriched grains but it's harder and less satisfying.
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This year I plan to pack on some good mass. And possible hit my first pin.. Just want to get diet on check
01-02-2017, 07:25 PM
Most berries are carb heavy I believe.
I did low carb/keto last year and I loved it. The only down side was I lost all my strength, injured myself that has kept me mostly out of 531, and put on 20+ pounds of fat when I abandoned the diet due to injury and staying out of the gym.
So, eat carbs mang.
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01-02-2017, 07:27 PM
Eating carbs is the only way to keep my training intensity up in a caloric deficit.
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