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    Soy beans

    Soy beans really seem to be the perfect anabolic food, having no sugar, high in good fats, very high in protein and high in dietary fiber. Does anyone know if soybeans can be eaten without being cooked and where I can find them.

    Also are there any other perfect anabolic foods one can eat without having any doubts, probably eat 1 or 2 servings in a meal and be done with it?
    Last edited by GoLdeN M 07; 07-17-2007 at 09:22 AM.

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    Soy has been shown to increase estrogen levels in men, which is definitely not beneficial for an anabolic environment, or so I've read.
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    No gym for home, work out floor with 30, but is it for 20 like 30 lb when you no lift it to be for men, for 30 lbs instead? or half is 10 for 20 pounds?

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    idk it says tofu on the stickies which is a soy product.

    Besides are their any other perfect foods, there definatrly should be.

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    There are no perfect foods.

    Work on balancing your diet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by IainDaniel View Post
    There are no perfect foods.

    Work on balancing your diet.
    seeds are a good example, but I was hoping for something more.

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    the perfect anabolic food?
    Peanut butter, grape jelly, fluff, and wonder white bread.
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    Nutella

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    Quote Originally Posted by squanto View Post
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    hmmmmmmmmmm

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    Quote Originally Posted by min0 lee View Post
    The Egg?
    Yup....that is what I would say.



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    Thee incredible edible egg!

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    Egg whites....I cannot say eggs. To much heart problems in my family and way to much cholesterol!

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    I think right now the perfect food is going to be a 12in Spicy Italian from SubWay.

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    italian BMT thank you very much...NOT
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jodi View Post
    Yup....that is what I would say.
    why is that?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mike456 View Post
    why is that?

    Good Protein Source

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    EPA/DHA Omega 3
    Cholesterol

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    Quote Originally Posted by zonaguy03 View Post
    italian BMT thank you very much...NOT
    OK less fat and more protein than the Spicy Italian:

    the fast food nutrition fact explorer @ fatcalories.com - compare two nutrition labels

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    Quote Originally Posted by GoLdeN M 07 View Post
    Soy beans really seem to be the perfect anabolic food, having no sugar, high in good fats, very high in protein and high in dietary fiber. Does anyone know if soybeans can be eaten without being cooked and where I can find them.

    Also are there any other perfect anabolic foods one can eat without having any doubts, probably eat 1 or 2 servings in a meal and be done with it?

    For me soy beans cause too much estrogen . to me in real terms that means too high BF and early unneccessary menapause. for men it means man boobs and for both of us i believe it means less adrenalin and testosterone and that it dicks with hormone regulation.. with some consider a bonus.
    .. but I can see where and why ppl favour them.

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    P.s. I haven't read the whole thread but there was an article ( which I also haven't read on the opening page of ironmag.com in the articles list. I have no idea what it says the authors findings are but if you're interested it should be worth a look.

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    Pizza:

    cheese and sausage (protein)
    dough (carbs)
    tomato sauce (veggies)
    healthy fats (trans fat)
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    Quote Originally Posted by P-funk View Post
    Pizza:

    cheese and sausage (protein)
    dough (carbs)
    tomato sauce (veggies)
    healthy fats (trans fat)
    someones gonna see that, and take it seriously

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    Quote Originally Posted by mike456 View Post
    someones gonna see that, and take it seriously
    one can only hope!



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    Quote Originally Posted by P-funk View Post
    one can only hope!



    How are your knees?
    Perfect lol, I was just sprinting, and jogging yesterday... no pain at all... all I had to do was drop some weight, and stretch my lower body I still can't squat though lol, I am working on it...

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    great to hear!

    have you bought a stability ball and been working on ball/wall squats? I went over some progressions in my blog a few entries back.
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    Quote Originally Posted by P-funk View Post
    great to hear!

    have you bought a stability ball and been working on ball/wall squats? I went over some progressions in my blog a few entries back.
    I have a stability ball, but haven't been using it. I will check out your blog, thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by P-funk View Post
    Pizza:

    cheese and sausage (protein)
    dough (carbs)
    tomato sauce (veggies)
    healthy fats (trans fat)
    Adding it to my diet right now.

    What about alcohol as a substitute for water?

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    Yea pizzas really good, but why is trans fat good? And doesnt pizza have alot of cholesterol?

    Other than that, is the pizza from pizza hut and dominos ok?

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    Quote Originally Posted by GoLdeN M 07 View Post
    Yea pizzas really good, but why is trans fat good? And doesnt pizza have alot of cholesterol?

    Other than that, is the pizza from pizza hut and dominos ok?
    what I tell you P-Funk

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    oh my god fuck u

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    wow...this thread just got really interesting.
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    Quote Originally Posted by GoLdeN M 07 View Post
    oh my god fuck u

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