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    What are some good things to eat for an anabolic diet? So far the best thing I can think of is peanut butter because of its protein and fats and the bread with it for carbs, but you are supposed to eat tons of carlories daily and too much protein isnt neccessary ( I think it should only be around 10% of your calorie intake). Also (from what I've read), testosterone (which may increase from eating the fats) only creates new muscle fibers for growing boys, it doesnt create hypertrophy for existing muscle fibers. Also, I don't know if bread is the best source of carbs for an anobolic diet, but I'm only 16 so I wouldnt know.

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    post your daily intake.
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    are you talking about the anabolic diet fred hatfield wrote about?
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    10% of your daily intake would be very low.....but, percentages mean jack shit without knowing what the daily intake actually is....chances are the daily intake will be high enough for me to make that statement though.

    Eating overal caloric maintenance is anabolic.

    carbs can be anabolic as they spare protein and help shuttle nutrients.

    fats have a number of functions that are very beneficial.

    In general......eating properly and lifting weights (some heavy tension work and some metabolic work) can create a very anabolic environment within your body.
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    Well, I cant really post my daily intake because I live with a family and whatever we have for a main meal is what we have. Usually for snacks as I said I eat a peanut butter sandwich with some whole/2% milk. Still I want to know some good foods that you guys would recommend, like what would be good sources of protein, carbs, and fats for an anabolic diet.

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    that information is all in the stickies.

    you need more complete meals in between your main meals. Just because your family eats dinner together, doesn't mean you can't prepare healthy meals or make healthy choices (based on what they are eating), or even offer healthier alternatives for the sake of your families health.
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    I'm assuming you're using the fatty, sugary, Skippy or Jiffy Peanut Butter which makes those peanut butter sandwiches you're eating in between meals a piss poor option.

    As Patrick said, all the information you need is in the stickies. Read them.
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    Quote Originally Posted by soxmuscle View Post
    I'm assuming you're using the fatty, sugary, Skippy or Jiffy Peanut Butter which makes those peanut butter sandwiches you're eating in between meals a piss poor option.

    As Patrick said, all the information you need is in the stickies. Read them.
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    what are you talking about? yea I eat with skippys but they dont have any sugar in them, and I thought that eating fat was good.. considering they are high in monounsaturated fats?

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    If you are using anything but all natural (ingredients: peanuts, *sometimes* salt.) PB, you're eating something that isn't much better for you than Snickers.

    I'm also assuming you're using white bread or some other non-wheat/grain bread, which makes that sandwich even worse than a Snickers.
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    Quote Originally Posted by soxmuscle View Post
    If you are using anything but all natural (ingredients: peanuts, *sometimes* salt.) PB, you're eating something that isn't much better for you than Snickers.

    I'm also assuming you're using white bread or some other non-wheat/grain bread, which makes that sandwich even worse than a Snickers.
    ok man you seem to be making alot of assumtions about what
    i'm eating. Just because Im 16 doesnt mean im eating candy.

    What would you sugest I eat, and be specific?

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    I made two. The Peanut Butter sandwiches you were eating were crap, and I was right.

    I suggest you read the stickies, but if you can't do that, let me do it for you.
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    Protein:
    Lean Steak
    Ground Beef
    Chicken Breast
    Ground Chicken
    Turkey
    Ground Turkey
    White Fish
    Shell Fish
    Salmon/Shark/Swordfish
    Canned Tuna
    Canned Salmon
    Canned Chicken
    Eggs
    Cottage Cheese
    Sugar Free Low Carb Protein Powder (Whey)
    Buffalo
    Venison
    Tofu
    Soy
    Pork Loin

    Fat:
    Fish Oil
    Cream for Coffee
    Flax Seed Oil
    Egg Yolks
    Mayonnaise
    Olive Oil
    Safflower Oil
    Walnut Oil
    Nuts
    Natural Sugar Free Nut Butters (PB, Almond Butter, Cashew Butter etc)
    Oil Based Dressings
    Real Butter (no spray, no margarine)

    Carbs:
    Sweet Potatoes
    Yams
    Long Grain Brown Rice
    Old Fashioned Oats

    Scottish Oats
    Fresh or Frozen (w/o syrup) berries
    Fruit

    Whole Grain Bread
    Fiber One
    All Bran w/ Extra Fiber
    Uncle Sam Cereal
    Whole Wheat Pasta
    Lentils
    Legumes
    New Potatoes
    Red Potatoes
    Pumpkin
    Squash
    Turnip


    Vegetables:
    Celery
    Peppers (any color)
    Mushrooms
    String Beans
    Zucchini

    Eggplant
    Squash
    Romaine Lettuce
    Iceberg Lettuce

    Spinach
    Asparagus
    Avocado

    Broccoli
    Brussell Sprouts
    Cabbage
    Cauliflower
    Cucumbers

    Onion



    Snacks & Beverages:
    Sugar Free Jello
    Diet Soda (1-2 per day)
    Crystal Light
    WATER
    Coffee
    Tea
    Artificial Sweeteners
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    I love a good peanut butter and jelly sandwich when my caloric balance allows it.

    I use sugar free jelly, natural organic peanut butter (no added salt, just peanuts in peanut oil) and whole wheat bread. The bread I get is also sliced relatively thin so the sandwiches aren't mostly bread like a normal sandwich usually is.

    Still tastes just as good as the sugary bullshit peanut butter and jelly sandwiches everyone else eats.
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    I agree.

    Sugar free jelly, Natural PB, on whole grain bread is actually a real good option and a very tasty one at that.
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    natural peanut butter from trader joes (organic) is good stuff. has no trans/saturated fats...only mono and polysaturated which is what kinds of fats you should be consuming.
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    Quote Originally Posted by zonaguy03 View Post
    natural peanut butter from trader joes (organic) is good stuff. has no trans/saturated fats...only mono and polysaturated which is what kinds of fats you should be consuming.
    At Whole Foods, they have peanuts in this machine and you turn it on manually and watch them being crushed. It's fantastic.
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    Quote Originally Posted by soxmuscle View Post
    Protein:
    Lean Steak
    Ground Beef
    Chicken Breast
    Ground Chicken
    Turkey
    Ground Turkey
    White Fish
    Shell Fish
    Salmon/Shark/Swordfish
    Canned Tuna
    Canned Salmon
    Canned Chicken
    Eggs
    Cottage Cheese
    Sugar Free Low Carb Protein Powder (Whey)
    Buffalo
    Venison
    Tofu
    Soy
    Pork Loin

    Fat:
    Fish Oil
    Cream for Coffee
    Flax Seed Oil
    Egg Yolks
    Mayonnaise
    Olive Oil
    Safflower Oil
    Walnut Oil
    Nuts
    Natural Sugar Free Nut Butters (PB, Almond Butter, Cashew Butter etc)
    Oil Based Dressings
    Real Butter (no spray, no margarine)

    Carbs:
    Sweet Potatoes
    Yams
    Long Grain Brown Rice
    Old Fashioned Oats

    Scottish Oats
    Fresh or Frozen (w/o syrup) berries
    Fruit

    Whole Grain Bread
    Fiber One
    All Bran w/ Extra Fiber
    Uncle Sam Cereal
    Whole Wheat Pasta
    Lentils
    Legumes
    New Potatoes
    Red Potatoes
    Pumpkin
    Squash
    Turnip


    Vegetables:
    Celery
    Peppers (any color)
    Mushrooms
    String Beans
    Zucchini

    Eggplant
    Squash
    Romaine Lettuce
    Iceberg Lettuce

    Spinach
    Asparagus
    Avocado

    Broccoli
    Brussell Sprouts
    Cabbage
    Cauliflower
    Cucumbers

    Onion



    Snacks & Beverages:
    Sugar Free Jello
    Diet Soda (1-2 per day)
    Crystal Light
    WATER
    Coffee
    Tea
    Artificial Sweeteners
    Thanks I never found this on the stickies, but:

    1. Doesnt butter contain saturated fat
    2. For the coffee creme, is Half and Half okay
    3. what about ranch dressing
    4. Why is diet soda good for an anabolic diet? It still contains unhealthy ingredients

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