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post #1 of 13 (permalink) Old 01-04-2004, 02:22 PM Thread Starter
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3000 calories a day

I have been working out consistantly for 2 years and every one says to bulk up you need around 3000 a day. My question is for you guy that eat 3000 a day what are you eating each day and when?
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post #2 of 13 (permalink) Old 01-04-2004, 02:44 PM
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to bulk up you need to eat more calories than you burn... if you burn 3000 calories a day, you need to eat more than 3000.

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post #3 of 13 (permalink) Old 01-09-2004, 01:11 AM Thread Starter
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yea but what all do you eat
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yea but what all do you eat
food is your best bet...
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post #5 of 13 (permalink) Old 01-09-2004, 03:06 AM
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Forrest is right on. Food is much better than dirt or plastic soldiers. I suggest eating food more than once a day, though.
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Eat as much as possible. Some hardcore lifters eat 8-10 meals a day. I would look into high carb stuff and high protien at the same time. A turkey sandwhich is a good snack. I would also stop by a GNC or something and buy some weigh gainer. One serving of their weight gainer is around 2000 calories but its a lot of liquid. Its right around 6 cups of shit to drink. Eat lots of red meat, lean chicken, turkey, salads and healthy food

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i have heard that poontang is high in carbs, but low in protein.... can anyone clarify this for me

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i have heard that poontang is high in carbs, but low in protein.... can anyone clarify this for me
I think you are right...I always try to eat as much poon as I can. Havent seen any results from carpet munching but it sure makes me feel good

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i have heard that poontang is high in carbs, but low in protein.... can anyone clarify this for me

lmfao... i say just stick it in and make a high protein shake
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Forrest is right on. Food is much better than dirt or plastic soldiers. I suggest eating food more than once a day, though.
How many grams of fiber in a plastic soldier?
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To answer the question at hand try to eat alot of natural protein (lean red meat, chicken, turkey, tuna, etc.) and complex carbs like rice and whole grain pasta.

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How many grams of fiber in a plastic soldier?
Very low. However, many dark soils are likely to have fiber. Dirt from gardens or dirt mixed with pete moss, for example.
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I recommend a lot of beef, chicken, and tuna (if you can hold it down). Then a couple lbs. of pasta.
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