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Tuesday, March 8, 2016

Muscle Building Meal Plans



 
Muscle Building Meal Plans on a Budget - The Basics


Estimated price: when building a meal plan on a budget, eggs can and should be purchased in bulk. Packs of whole eggs in Costco range $6 - 7 dollars for 7.5 dozen eggs.
Conclusion.
The sacrifice of food cravings and cheap quick meals makes staying to a meal plan difficult. Each food listed can be prepared in multiple ways and delivers the essential macronutrients needed for any fitness and bodybuilding meal plans.
Peanut Butter
When creating a muscle building meal plan on a budget or even for convenience, peanut butter is one of the foods with the most value. These proteins and fats are extremely important for the body to build muscle and staying in a state of anabolism. Peanut butter can be added to protein shakes (along with oatmeal), used for a sandwich (yes peanut butter and jelly) and even eaten directly from the tub for a quick snack.
Estimated price: Peanut butter brands such as Jif and Peter Pan, 40Oz tubs are priced between $5 - $6 US dollars at stores like Walmart or Target.
Eggs (Both Whole and Egg Whites).
Any one who has been creating a bodybuilding meal plan understands the importance of protein. Most consider the yolk of the egg to be a negative aspect of the whole egg, the simple fact is that the whole egg has essential fats and good cholesterol needed by the body to function properly. It is because of this that many, if not most, fitness and bodybuilding dietitians believe some whole eggs along with egg whites, are recommended.
Estimated price: Quaker Oats, 42Oz oatmeal is priced between $5 - $6 US dollars at stores like Walmart or Target.
When creating a muscle building meal plan on a budget or even for convenience, peanut butter is one of the foods with the most value. Peanut butter can be added to protein shakes (along with oatmeal), used for a sandwich (yes peanut butter and jelly) and even eaten directly from the tub for a quick snack. Any one who has been creating a bodybuilding meal plan understands the importance of protein. The sacrifice of food cravings and cheap quick meals makes staying to a meal plan difficult. Each food listed can be prepared in multiple ways and delivers the essential macronutrients needed for any fitness and bodybuilding meal plans.
Oatmeal
High in slow burning carbohydrates and easily purchased in bulk, Oatmeal is a staple in any muscle building meal plan. Primarily thought of for breakfast, oatmeal is an excellent food to be incorporated into protein shakes for increased caloric intake, low sugar high protein oatmeal cookies and home made snack bars.
Canned Tuna
Most canned tunas are extremely high in protein. One can may have 30g - 50g of protein (depending on the brand and size of can).
Estimated price: Canned tuna, 12Oz cans are priced between $2 - $4 US dollars at stores like Walmart or Target.








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