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Training + Nutrition = Mass

How do you get the best gains? By training hard and strict – of course. And when you’ve left the gym the REAL bodybuilding process begins, when you feed your body what it needs to reconstruct and overcompensate while you’re resting at home. Make the best use of your biological[…]

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bodybuilding diet tips

Bodybuilding Diet Tips

Those who seek to gain muscle mass will need to pay close attention to their diets for optimal progress. Unfortunately, there is much conflicting advice regarding diets for bodybuilding, and sometimes it is all too easy to over analyse everything and become frustrated. Here are ten back to basics bodybuilding[…]

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vegetarian bodybuilding diet

Vegetarian Bodybuilding Diet

It is simply untrue that a vegetarian cannot be successful at bodybuilding due to their diet. Planning is required to ensure optimal nutritional intake for a vegetarian bodybuilder, with a variety of protein sources the key to ensure a wider spectrum of amino acids, which lack somewhat in plant based[…]

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apples health benefits

Apple Nutritional Benefits

As the saying goes; an apple a day keeps the doctor away. Apples have been eaten by humans for thousands of years, and even appear in Greek mythology as a healing agent. Throughout history the apple has been prescribed as a relief to various illnesses, and probably for good reason.[…]

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Ordinary Super Foods: Pomegranate

I’m passionate about pomegranates. I know it seems silly, but one of my favorite memories of childhood was when my mom let me pick one out at the store and bring that juicy beauty home. I was (clearly) sort of a weird kid, but my mom indulged my desire to[…]

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Surviving the Holiday Party Circuit

Most of us know how to manage the occasional temptation, but what do you do when you’re constantly barraged with junk food, alcohol, too little sleep, and too much partying? Fitness is important to you, otherwise you wouldn’t be here on SteroidsLive. That doesn’t mean, however, that you don’t know[…]

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Ordinary Super Foods: Beets

Continuing our Ordinary Super Foods series, today we’ve got beets. Beets get a bad rap, but they’re tasty, easy to prepare, and fantastic for the body. If you’re still in doubt after reading about all of the benefits, just give one of the recipes a try. I’ll admit to being[…]

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Grains of Truth: Teff

I know, you’ve probably never heard of teff. I hadn’t either until three years ago when I started reading the blog of a friend with adopted children who still makes their Ethiopian favorites. There, among the exotic names and beautiful faces, was a tiny little grain with big fat nutrition.[…]

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Ordinary Super Foods: Cranberries

Makes six servings. Cranberry, Cherry, and Walnut Marmalade Recipe from Foodnetwork.com 3/4 cup agave nectar, honey, or sucanat 1 cup water 1/2 cup port or other sweet red wine 1/4 teaspoon ground cinnamon 1/8 teaspoon freshly grated nutmeg 1/2 cup dried tart cherries 1 12-ounce package fresh or frozen cranberries[…]

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