5 Foods to Eat for Size

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If you’re looking to bulk up there are lots of options in terms of what you can eat and how you eat. You can have a “dirty bulk” where you eat everything or you can be more methodical and go for a calculated approach by measuring your calorie intake. But more importantly, you can greatly improve your odds by targeting certain foods and I’ve compiled a list of my top 5.

Whole Eggs

I am a big egg advocate and that is why I’ve listed it first. Eggs are packed with protein and they also have cholesterol which some people frown upon. But keep in mind, cholesterol is literally the basis of steroid hormones. Eat your eggs, and what yourself grow!

Chicken

Chicken breasts are probably the number one recommend food for anyone getting into bodybuilding or the fitness world itself. Chicken packs a lot of protein and micronutrients for a very low price which makes it one of the top pics!

Beef

Some will frown upon too much red meat but I can’t recommend good old beef enough! Beef is packed with creatin, saturated fats, b-vitamins and so much more. Depending on how you want to consume your beef it can also be located on the cheap!

Avocado

There was an avocado craze just a couple years ago and with good reason. Avocados are a superfood, loaded with vitamins, minerals and healthy fats. A medium avocado will provide you with 300 calories, 30 grams of fat and a TON of micronutrients. The healthy fats they have combined with the micronutrients will make you grow.

Fish

If you look at any of the major bodybuilder’s nutritional plans, they all have fish somewhere. In fact, Dwayne The Rock Johnson posted his and it was literally a serving of fish almost every meal every day. Fish are loaded with protein and are easy to digest, allowing your body to absorb more of the calories it is taking in from fish.

We hope now you understand what foods to eat for size, so following this info and other tips & reviews published on this blog.

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About the Author

Ben M

Ben is the lead editor at Busylifting.com. His passion for fitness developed at a young age from involvement in sports, and carried on since then. Ben focuses on strength training and is also involved in coaching youth soccer.

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