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    need help with food.


    I'm starting the anabolic solution diet what other foods have a high protein and no carbs,high fat no carbs I have the basics just need more ideas guys thanks

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    Meat's and animal products Fats + Protein with out carbs. Coconut oil, olive oils etc. for fats, and ofcourse Fish, depending on the type of fish you can get high fat high protein, or high protein and low fat.
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    well, it depends on you, but i eat 80/20 beef, pepper jack cheese sticks, whole eggs, walnuts, p.b., olive oil, brocolli, asparagus, salad, bacon, ham, almonds, and the like.

    i have an AD diet thread in this part of the forum, but not much success with getting a correspondence on it, though. for some reason, i have never gotten much help from forums. but what i'm gonna do is beast out on my workouts and just eat when i'm hungry. **** all this over-thinking. hell, next thing you know i'll be posting up pics of myself for critique if i ain't careful. don't wanna overthink. i'm just gonna do some Rocky Balboa type working out and eat when I'm hungry. **** the dumb ****. i haven't put in hard work, i mean REALLY hard work, in a long time. i'll make me some gains if it kills me.
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    eh, you don't need the coconut oil as suggested above. it's expensive and makes no difference to this diet. a 4 dollar bottle of olive oil will suffice.
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    Wow can't believe I forgot to mention
    Egg's , cheese, and heavy cream. Egg's are a must though for diets like this. They are full of enzymes, vitamins, and have a high biological value.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Manimalia View Post
    eh, you don't need the coconut oil as suggested above. it's expensive and makes no difference to this diet. a 4 dollar bottle of olive oil will suffice.
    Not a fan of coconut oil? I enjoy using it for frying seafood, gives a good flavor and does not get denatured by the heat. Definitely not a necessity, but I personal think it adds a good flavor and keeps things interesting. To each his own though
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    thanks I'm trying to keep my carbs around 30-35 grams a day
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    I'm just trying something different I never dieted and just trained.i had very little sucess im gonna get my diet right and go from there
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    Quote Originally Posted by pmiller383 View Post
    Not a fan of coconut oil? I enjoy using it for frying seafood, gives a good flavor and does not get denatured by the heat. Definitely not a necessity, but I personal think it adds a good flavor and keeps things interesting. To each his own though
    it does add a good flavor and keeps things interesting, but i just told him that so as to save him some cash if he wanted to. but now that i think about it, it may be worthwhile to invest on a tub for the startup. it's a 'sat fat' of sorts and will zip through the fatigued body for quick energy when it is LOW. sorry, but i'm a cheapskate and when i see an expensive suggestion i just say 'psht, you don't need that ****.'

    heck, now that i remember that about the coconut oil, i just might get some for when my 'cut' gets hard.
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    I ate a lot of pork loin when I was on the Metabolic Diet. The Chipolte(spelling is probally wrong) version that you can get at BJ's Wholesale club is good and will last you a while. Just cook it and cut it up in serving sizes. Good flavor.
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    eh, t-bone, i got that book on the way to me. i can't wait. i'm gonna hit this **** up big. speaking of which, t, how long were you on the AD? also, what benefits are there to reading the book? i want a teaser-if you don't mind. hook me UUUUPPPPPPPPP!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Manimalia View Post
    eh, t-bone, i got that book on the way to me. i can't wait. i'm gonna hit this **** up big. speaking of which, t, how long were you on the AD? also, what benefits are there to reading the book? i want a teaser-if you don't mind. hook me UUUUPPPPPPPPP!!!

    I was on it for about 5 years straight. You will definitely benifit from reading the book. There is a lot of information in there. I really can't sum it up in a paragraph or so. Well I probally could get my book off the bookshelf and type some quotes from it...Right now though I'm really tired and can't wake up today. Also I don't think my thinking is straight and clear so I would probally mess it up anyway.
  

  
 

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