If you are on a plant based diet and like to workout, this is the list for you – high protein foods which are low in fat and the best vegan protein sources.
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This list is packed full of high protein foods which are low in fat and readily available as vegetarian protein sources or stand alone foods.
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The only reason I started to exercise was to gain weight as I wanted to be 85kgs. I gained that weight a couple of times in the past but was never able to maintain it. This time I gained 5kgs in a month to achieve my target weight and I still maintain it. Here’s my “secret”:
Every naturally lean guy who’s ever stepped foot in a gym would have undergone a bulking phase at some point. But faced with the task to build as much muscle as humanly possible when gifted with a metabolism that burns calories like a furnace, which is the better option?
One of my biggest pet hates are all of the diet adverts on TV, radio, press, internet and everywhere else you go. They are impossible to ignore and this time of the year (after Christmas and the beginning of the New Year) brings out the worst in them.
Being on any kind of diet is a challenge. There’s no question about it. A weight gain diet is no exception. Whether you eat little and often or stuff yourself for breakfast, lunch, dinner and snack in between, is a tough call. The only way to make it work and see results is to adapt it to your lifestyle and habits. In other words: you need to make your own weight gain diet.
Behind every action, there is a reason. Sometimes this reason is obvious and rather practical, others – the reason is part of a complex issue or (in some cases) a matter of health. Gaining weight is more often than not a rather complex issue. The real reason/s are often much more than just simply wanting to get bigger.
I’ve been skinny my whole life, every year I try to work out, etc, but end up lacking motivation to continue. People think I don’t eat but they don’t know that I eat like a pig everyday (at least 2000 calories, which is a lot for me at least).
Remember the saying that “muscles are made in the kitchen”? It actually refers to six pack abs but it’s true for other muscle groups too. If you want to build a fitness model’s body, following a good muscle gain diet is just as important as working out.