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About Theone1

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    I want to be shredded simple as that. I'm a college kid so that doesn't leave a lot of cash for food, so any help will be appreciated and rewarded.
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  1. Im a cheapskate and protein shakes and peanut butter sandwiches. I also enjoy eggs and chicken a lot with rice or ramen on the side
  2. The high protein diet ought to be your central focus, but if say you have a certain aversion to cooking or refuse to eat meat, Whey Protein (and the creatine, needless to say) is your best option. Firstly, be selective with what product you buy, a lot of protein powder available at places like Wal-Mart have two fatal flaws: 1. They taste good, because they have an exorbitant amount of sugar or 2: They are high in protein but taste like utter shit. The second problem is under the assumption that you're ingesting protein powder with just milk, and only using a spoon, and that my friend will make you gag. As for quality Optimum Nutrition is my favorite brand, it's high in protein levels and even tastes good (meaning relatively not awful) in just milk. That being said, INVEST IN A BLENDER. Don't use one of those blender ball bottles to mix your shake originally, use it at the gym if you wish to take a shake with you. Here's my favorite shake as it only needs three extra ingredients beyond milk and powder. Two cups of 2% or more Two scoops of Whey Protein Two Tablespoons of Peanut Butter One Banana (optional) About a tablespoon of oats 1-2 Teaspoons of Creatine Protein content per entire shake: ~75g Calories (with 2%): ~750 Simply introduce everything to the blender in the order in which the list above is presented, blend for at least two minutes to avoid chunkiness from the oats. I like to take half of this shake a half hour before I work out, and the other immediately after. Keep chilled if that's your plan. Another way you can never go wrong is simply eat chicken. It's a lo cal meat unfortunately, but as I can't tolerate red, cooking up precut chicken is easy and much tastier than a shake (though the shake above I think is delicious). Simply lightly soak the chicken in a sauce like Worcestershire or teriyaki, season as desired. Preheat oven to 325 degrees Fahrenheit, cook 20 minutes per pound of meat, and voile! Hope this Helps
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