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Everything you have learned thus far will not provide desired results without the
proper nutrition. Many novice body builders are under the false impression that
the more you eat the better.
This is totally false. Your body building regimen needs to include the proper
balance of calories, protein, carbohydrates and fat. Extra protein along with other
essentials are important to compensate for the calories you burn during your
workout. Other necessities for good nutrition for the bodybuilder are Calcium,
Iron, Magnesium and Sodium to name a few.
It is believed that protein works well for a bodybuilder if it is combined with
carbohydrates when taken. While at least 200 grams of carbohydrates taken
daily are required to adequately accommodate the protein intake, a 200 pound
bodybuilder should take in 300 grams. More carbohydrates than protein for each
meal facilitates the absorption of the protein.
We all know that milk, egg, meat, soy, casein and whey are good sources of
protein. A bodybuilder need not sacrifice quality in his daily meal planning. Just to
prove it, here are several recipes that meet all the requirements of nutrition for an
active bodybuilder without sacrificing taste.
Indonesian Chicken (Serves 2)
8 oz Boneless raw chicken breast, broilers or fryers
1 cup chopped raw onion
1/2 cup Jalapeno raw sliced
5 cups raw shredded cabbage
2 cups sliced raw red pepper
2 cups 1% fat cows milk
4 tsp cornstarch
5 tsp extra virgin olive oil
6 cloves raw garlic
2 tsp raw ginger root
1 tsp tumeric ground
1 tsp Coriander leaf (dried cilantro, Chinese parsley)
1 tsp curry powder
In non stick sauté pan combine onion, jalapeno pepper,
spices, milk and chicken. Poach (lightly simmer) until
chicken is done. Mix cornstarch with a little water to dissolve
the add to pan an cook for 3-5 minutes. In a separate
pan cook cabbage and red peppers in oil until tender. Divide