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Old 03-17-2010, 02:51 PM   #106
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Originally Posted by dad View Post
I googled Ideal Protein Athletic Protocol, and found this earlier post from MTG in last week's thread:

Athletes: Very to consume 1-2 grams of protein per lean pound of body weight.
Breakfast Lunch Dinner Snack Compulsory Daily Additions

Breakfast:
- 1-2 Ideal Protein Envelopes (Oatmeal or Omelette)
- (Optional) Coffee/Tea with 1 oz of Skim Milk (Sweetener Permitted)

Lunch:
- 1 Ideal Protein Envelope
- Plus 1 Hard Boiled egg or 1/3 can Tuna
- 2 Cups of Select Vegetables & Unlimited Lettuce

Dinner:
- 7 oz of Fish or Seafood or 5 oz of Beef, Poultry, Pork or Veal
- Plus 2 Cups of Select Vegetables & Unlimited Lettuce

Snack:
- 1-2 Ideal Protein Envelopes (Pudding)

Misc:
- 1-2 Teaspoons of Sea Salt
- 64 oz. of Water (minimum)
- 1-2 Teaspoons of Olive Oil or Grape Seep Extract Oil

Ideal Protein Supplements:
- 2 Natura Multi-Vita (with food)
- 4 Natura Cal-Mag
- 1 Natura Potassium-Calcium (with food)
- Double Potassium if cramping
good, you found it. yes, you follow this if you are doing some more iintense exercise during the week because your muscles NEED MORE protein and thats what this diet is all aboout, however if you have to back off from exercise make sure you cut it down- it also helps if you know how much lean muscle mass you have. people constantly think im about 25 pounds lighter than i am because i have so much more muscle for a female so my coach thinks i just need more protein daily- but its not good to guess... there is a fine balance but definately you need the AP if youre doing some athletic working out. for sure.
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