also have regular oats i eat, add hot water with some skim milk
Veggies are fine, don't get me wrong. But they will not be stored as glycogen or even digested = pointless on a bulk..acts as a filler.
Make sure pasta's are whole grain, white-flour is pointless as well. Also have oats with water! Tastes better too, haha.
Keep up the good work on the diet bro!
Definitely add some wholesome, unsaturated fat sources with some of your meals. Remember, protein, carbs, fats- anyone of these macronutrients alone will not make you grow, them combined, meaning more calories, will. So, based on this caloric formula:
4cals/1g of carbs
4cals/1g of protein
9cals/1g of fat
Adding more fat will help elevate caloric intake, you just need to be caucious. As far as metabolic heat, % fat burned off. It's the least. That said, if you need some extra "supercarge", some nuts, butters (almond and peanut), oils, etc are your answers.
got some Wasa whole grain Crispbars (hard as rock)
quaker oatmeal maple brown sugar.
some Fullfill vitamin powder for water.
I got 2 huge bags of plain oats im using as of now.
since you live in the USA, what brand name of chicken, or lean meat do you buy.
Awesome! Sounds good bro. I'd suggest regular Quaker Oats next time. You got the packets I'm assuming right? Those contain a higher increment of sodium (flavor additive) and refined sugars. Regular, 1min oats, with 2 tblspn's of brown sugar is much better ;)
EDIT: Re-read, saw you got them now so that's good!
I get Purdue rotisserie chickens, Chicken by the Sea tuna or BumbleBee depending on prices, then I get factory made lean meats (burger meat, steaks, chops, etc), and an occasional boca-burger.Quote
Really doesn't matter too much just make sure it's ok for your economical needs and is not canned/packaged.
its from MRM but its the Massive Muscle gainer 10lbs
heres the link to the product im taking
clicl supp facts..