Add your Egg Whites, Almond Milk, and Rolled into a microwavable safe bowl. Lightly mix those ingredients together and microwave your oatmeal for 2:00 (or until your Egg Whites look cooked in). Add in the rest of your ingredients aside from your Cottage Cheese. Mix all of those together while mashing in your Banana. Add in your Cottage Cheese and then lightly mix that in. Mouthgasm!
Tips: If it’s not sweet enough then add in some sweetener, honey, brown rice syrup, fresh fruit, or anything else you can think of!
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Cut and Run Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)
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,In this video we discuss whether powerlifting is hurting bodybuilding as asserted in a T-Nation article that appeared earlier this week. I talk about the importance of specificity as it relates to sport and why bodybuilders and powerlifters could both learn from each other.
,Get Jay’s full program here: http://bbcom.me/17TZ3vD
The best bodybuilders have nutrition down to a science. Jay Cutler might as well have a Ph.D. in eating large and getting big. Maximize your muscle growth by following his nutrition plan!
Elite bodybuilders like Jay Cutler need more food in one day than most of us eat in two. Or three. You may not be 280 pounds of muscular mayhem, but if you want to gain size, you need to be ready to eat, and then continuously ask for more. Many lifters think the size battle is won or lost in the gym, but the diet is what separates the beasts from the boys.
Learn how Jay Cutler eats, check out what he eats, and take home some nutrition lessons from the man himself. Take in the right food in the right amounts at the right times, and you’ll be a mass monster in the making. Let the metamorphosis begin.
He trains hard, he works hard, but more than anything, Jay Cutler eats. A lot. “Cooking and eating is five to six hours of my day, no question,” Jay says. “If you follow me around for a day or two, you’ll see that most of my time is spent eating meals.”
Food is Jay’s biggest expense, his biggest time-sink—and one of the main reasons he’s been so monumentally successful. Eating so much so often is Jay’s biggest challenge. “The hardest part about being the competitive bodybuilder Jay Cutler is the amount of calories I need to eat,” he says.
Most bodybuilders love to eat; they crave food. Not Jay: “I have zero cravings and zero anticipation for any meal. I don’t look forward to food.” Jay may not love it, but he still has to eat every three hours. He eats at midnight, again at three a.m., and then he eats his breakfast at six a.m. “The consumption of food remains consistent, and I still can’t eat enough,” Jay says.
When he’s training for a contest, Jay likes to stay home to prepare his food, leaving nothing to chance. “I like to weigh everything,” he says. “[Precontest], I take my diet very seriously.”
Nonetheless, Jay’s immense caloric expenditure means he eats food that most clean eaters would avoid. “Having a turkey sandwich and some potato chips is great for me,” he says. “I’ll have a Snickers bar every once in a while.” To keep his size, Jay also needs a pretty consistent fuel of insulin-stoking simple carbohydrates. “Dense, fibrous carbs don’t hit my body hard enough.”
He may not like having to eat as much or as often as he does, but Jay has the experience and willpower to do it well. It is his mental toughness that makes him not only a physical specimen but also a warrior at the mental game.,
,Expert Panel: Everything You Need To Know About Nutrition! More diets than ever seem to offer you life-changing results—and have research to back them up. So which one is for you? Two of the best minds in muscle meet up to give you the lowdown!
Read the full article: http://bbcom.me/1MRaGIE
What will you eat today? You have a world of choices, and a world of people ready to tell you why you’ve chosen wrong. It can be overwhelming, especially because sometimes it seems like your very life—or at least the life your six-pack, hard-earned muscle mass, or other aesthetic goal—is at stake. So where do you start? Start here!
In the second of our expert panel roundtable discussions, we invited Dr. Jacob Wilson and Dr. Robert Wildman to discuss the fundamentals of goal-based nutrition and how the scientific landscape is rapidly changing. They break down some of the rules that should guide trainees with a range of goals, from losing large quantities of fat, to chiseling off a couple percentage points. Then they discuss three increasingly popular dietary protocols—ketogenic diets, “if it fits your macros,” and intermittent fasting—from the perspective of fat-loss and muscle preservation.
The best way to learn from these experts is to watch the entire video. Then, if you’d like to refer back to specific sections, use the bookmark links below. Don’t see your question answered here? Shout it out in the comments below so they can address it in the future!
EXPERT PANEL NUTRITION AND DIET TABLE OF CONTENTS
WHO ARE JACOB WILSON AND ROB WILDMAN? – 0:40
WHAT SHOULD I CONSIDER WHEN LOOKING AT DIETS? – 2:25
Losing fat and building muscle at the same time: Is it possible?
Do I have to lose muscle when I diet?
Macronutrients and changing body composition
The two things you need to build muscle and burn fat
WHAT IS THE OPTIMAL PROTEIN INTAKE FOR LOSING FAT? – 6:05
Three meals a day vs. six meals a day
The anabolic effect of protein
The per-meal protein “threshold”
The thermic effect of protein
Other ways protein helps burn calories
HOW SHOULD I DECIDE HOW MANY CALORIES TO EAT? – 9:00
The one-week method to determining “maintenance calories”
How to perform a “self-inventory”
Mifflin-St. Jeor vs. Cunningham
Where to start your caloric deficit
Your starting body composition and fat-loss
WHY IS IT HARDER TO LOSE FAT THE LEANER YOU GET? – 12:14
Your body’s preferred fuel sources and how they can change
Why leaner people need to be careful with caloric deficits
Two supplements that appear to spare muscle tissue when dieting
How to alter your macros and protein intake when calories go down
HOW CAN I BURN FAT AND BUILD MUSCLE AT THE SAME TIME? – 17:40
The importance of cellular signaling and how to take advantage of it
Cardio duration, intensity, and fat-loss
How studies have achieved simultaneous fat-loss and muscle development
HOW SHOULD I OPTIMIZE MY RESISTANCE TRAINING FOR FAT-LOSS AND MUSCLE GAIN? – 20:45
Training frequency: The old way vs. the Norwegian way
How to balance intensity and frequency
The muscle protein synthesis “window” and training experience level
Heavy lifting vs. hypertrophy training
The importance of listening to your body for training—particularly when dieting
KETOGENIC DIETS: WHAT ARE THE BENEFITS AND DRAWBACKS? – 25:05
How most people get it wrong
The importance of fats, and the perfect keto macros
Carb-adapted vs. fat-adapted or “keto-adapted”
How long it takes to get “fat-adapted”
Why very high-protein ketogenic dieting may not work
Ketones and hunger level
New research on ketogenesis and health markers
Ketogenic diets and type 2 diabetes
Why there isn’t just one diet for everyone
New research in carbs and training volume
The problem with weekly cyclic keto diets, and a possible solution
“IF IT FITS YOUR MACROS” (IIFYM): WHAT ARE THE BENEFITS AND DRAWBACKS? – 41:20
What are IIFYM and “flexible dieting?”
“What is sustainable?” vs. “what is optimal?”
What potentially gets lost in IIFYM
The importance of healthy choices
Why your history and “personal inventory” are crucial
INTERMITTENT FASTING (IF): WHAT ARE THE BENEFITS AND DRAWBACKS? – 47:30
The many faces of IF
The importance of muscle and its impact on IF diets
The limitations of existing IF studies
Obese vs. non-obese populations and IF
“Modified” IF protocols for lean athletes,