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    Based on 10 tablespoon serving

    White Rice (by Minute Maid):
    250 cals; 0g fat, 56g carbs, 6g protein

    Brown Rice (by Minute Maid):
    187 cals; 2g fat, 42g carbs, 4g protein

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    Agreed. Well written my friend.

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    honestly best thing for teens i have seen yet
    there are no limits only plateaus

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    good info for u18s

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    Great post and very encouraging for the younger lifting generation. Way to put FOOD first as no matter what you do, that's the key to all success when it comes to strength. Well done +Reps
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    Is it still a good idea to take say, 40-50 grams of protein after cardio and working out for a few hours?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rspmazing View Post
    Is it still a good idea to take say, 40-50 grams of protein after cardio and working out for a few hours?
    Yes.
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    Eating nutrition food is a necessity for the teens

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    The body growth is all set during teenage years. Hence good food should be eaten

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    Yes . No big deal in that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rspmazing View Post
    Is it still a good idea to take say, 40-50 grams of protein after cardio and working out for a few hours?
    Yes . No big deal in that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bxsport56 View Post
    2 cans of tuna!

    calories - 300
    fat - 2.5
    carbs - 0
    sugar - 0
    PrOtIeN - 65

    Not really an all around food, but great for protien!
    And its fish!
    That's like super food with lots of proteins.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tadolfi View Post
    First, congratulations on making the commitment to lift weights!

    I see quite a few new folks asking about protein drinks, creatine and other supplements.

    Here is everything you need to know in a nut shell...
    NO pill, powder, drink or "stack" will help you acheive the body you want!
    Food must come first.
    I am not going to go in to a lecture...just some basics that anyone can follow.

    #1) Always eat breakfast!
    Your metabolism is set for the day by what you eat (or don't eat) at breakfast.
    A balanced breakfast would include basic foods that give you steady energy, a feeling of fullness, immune system defense, and fluids to start the day hydrated.

    #2) Eat five or six meals a day!
    They don't have to be big seven course meals.
    I can make a meal out of a peanut butter sandwich, yogurt cup, apple and some milk. (that's over 400 calories right there!)

    #3) Don't eat a lot of table sugar!
    Sugar is basically a fat cell waiting to be born.
    It screws with your energy levels, it is one of the biggest substances to cause health problems and it is not needed by your body for anything. Natural sugars in foods will give your body all you need.

    #4) Vegetables do a lot more than you think!
    Did you know that leafy green vegetables contain magnesium?
    Magnesium is necessary for a healthy metabolism, and proper muscle function. A deficiency of magnesium may result in fatigue, headaches, muscle irritablilty, muscle twitching, tingling, numbness and/or poor memory.

    Broccoli has calcium - Calcium helps with strong bones and teeth.

    A medium Potato has almost 1 gram of potassium - Potassium is necessary for a healthy pH balance, water balance, and for our metabolism.

    Spinach has folic acid - Folic acid is needed for protein synthesis, red blood cell formation, tissue growth and for healthy digestion.

    Corn contains Vitamin E - Vitamin E is needed for healthy blood circulation.
    (Good blood circulation helps you get that awesome PUMP when lifting those weights!)

    Carrots contain Vitamin A - Vitamin A is important for vision, cell growth, healthy teeth, and healthy skin.

    Bottom Line....You need to understand what foods do for you.
    This will require some research and reading on your part, but I guarantee you, once you have this knowledge - it will NEVER leave you!
    In particular - Look at what Proteins, Carbohydrates and Fats do for your body.

    Here is a little challenge for any of you reading...Look up one of your favorite things to eat and post in here - the serving size and how many grams of proteins, carbs or fats it has.
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    Default What kind of supplement powder if under 18?

    So my stepson is almost 17 and is wanting to lean out and bulk up before baseball season. Their school nutrionist came in and thankfully told them everything you did above -which I've been telling him but he's ignored!

    However, the nutrionist also suggested they can supplement powders and his teammates are all buying this Promasil by Rival Us. A company I work for sells this supplement ProFIT (I can't put the URL because I'm a new poster or something). What do you suggest someone his age look for in a supplement powder?

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    Just invest in a lot of good food, thats all you will need!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Westie View Post
    So my stepson is almost 17 and is wanting to lean out and bulk up before baseball season. Their school nutrionist came in and thankfully told them everything you did above -which I've been telling him but he's ignored!

    However, the nutrionist also suggested they can supplement powders and his teammates are all buying this Promasil by Rival Us. A company I work for sells this supplement ProFIT (I can't put the URL because I'm a new poster or something). What do you suggest someone his age look for in a supplement powder?
    Thanks for the post Westie - welcome to M&S!

    That Promasil line is actually a pretty good line.
    For his needs, a protein powder is going to be best - this will help with muscle growth and supplements the amino acids that the body needs to synthesize for such growth/change.

    As far as a lean out, bulk up approach - the food he consumes that contains sugar is going to be his challenge.
    For muscle bulking, you need some sugars for energy, but not extra, as it stores as fat if not used.
    Good fats (Nuts, certain oils, fish) should also be considered as part of a daily regimen.
    Drop the "fat-free" stuff and watch dressings, cream sauces and liquid cheese.

    And I personally am a fan of milk when it come to growing at a young age, calcium and milk fat is so underestimated in the value it holds for bone density and some hormone structure. (This is just my personal opinion)
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    Nice answer

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    Good info, I know quite a number of people who think that by skipping breakfast, you starve the body from calories and that it can play a role in losing weight. But if what I have read here is anything to go by, then eating a well-balanced diet is important. I also agree with you that eating carrots and vegetables is critical. Carrots alone improves vision and makes your teeth strong. Wonderful and thanks.

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    planning to start working out after reading this

 

 

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