Getting Part Of What You Need From Your Muscle Building

Food, Not Supplements: Getting Part of What You Need from Your Diet
As bodybuilders, we all know that one of the most common muscle building supplements is that of protein. Often, these muscle building supplements come in the form of shakes or powder. 
But just how great are muscle building supplements when you are trying to build muscle mass? If you would like to learn more about a few protein rich foods you can start enjoying more often, as opposed to upping the amount of muscle building supplements that you take, read on.
Eggs have one of the highest protein contents of any food available anywhere. And, best of all, you can most certainly fix eggs in a wide variety of ways. 
You can drink them raw in the morning, or eat them scrambled. You can boil them, poach them, fry them, bake them, and serve them in nearly any style with the addition of just a few simple sauces or sides. 
Whole eggs have a BV of 100, higher than any other food. Plus, they are awfully affordable.
Other Great Foods
There are other great protein filled foods that you should do your best to eat as often as possible. Although their BV is much lower than whole eggs, they are still great for you. 
These include beans and legumes (which both come in at about 49 BV). Lean meats, like poultry, are another great choice. 
Fish is a great lean protein that also contains a lot of helpful vitamins, minerals, and oils, although you may want to only eat some types of fish only once a week because of mercury content. 
Lastly, milk protein is another option when it comes to keep your diet chockfull of proteins.
The Secret Formula
There is a sort of “secret formula,” that you can follow to be sure you get nearly all your protein from your diet itself. Eat frequently, normally once every three hours. 
Try to get around a total of between.8-1 gram proteins per each pound of your bodyweight. Lastly, be sure to include a good source of protein (like those listed up above) at every meal that you sit down to. 
If possible, try to also include good sources of protein in your snacks between meals, as well. If needed, you can take muscle building supplements, but these are not nearly as good for you as eating protein rich foods.
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