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Barry Bonds recipe for champions, and its not Wheaties

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THE NUTRITION REGIMEN

 

Morning 
50 grams special whey protein blend 
25 grams complex carbohydrates 
5 grams glutamine peptides 
5 grams New Zealand colostrum

Preworkout 
1,000 mg phenylalanine 
1,000 mg tyrosine 
10 mg Vitamin B6 
200 mcg chromium (as polynicotinate) 
2 mg copper (as sebacate)

Post-Workout 
50 grams whey protein isolates 
50 grams dextrose 
5 grams glutamine 
2 grams arginine 
200 mcg chromium (as polynicotinate) 
1.5 grams magnesium creatine 
1.5 grams creatine monohydrate 
5 grams New Zealand colostrum

Afternoon 
10 mg iron (as glycinate) 
200 mcg selenium (as selenomethionine) 
10,000 IU Vitamin A 
500 mg Vitamin C 
800 IU Vitamin E 
400 IU Vitamin D 
25 mg Vitamin B1 
25 mg Vitamin B2 
25 mg Vitamin B6 
500 mcg Vitamin B 12 
400 mcg folic acid 
500 mg omega-3 fatty acids 
250 mg d-glucosamine sulfate 
350 mg n-acetyl d-glucosamine 
200 mg omega-6 fatty acids
150 mg chondrotin sulfate

Evening 
50 grams special whey protein blend 
25 grams complex carbohydrates 
5 grams glutamine peptides 
5 grams New Zealand colostrum

Before Bedtime 
3 capsules ZMA, which contain 30 mg zinc (as monomethionine/aspartate), 
450 mg magnesium (as aspartate) and 10.5 mg of Vitamin B6
200 mg L-theonine
50 mg 5-HTP

 

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So, what is creatine? Our bodies naturally make the compound, which is used to supply energy to our muscles. It is produced in the liver, pancreas, and kidneys, and is transported to the body's muscles through the bloodstream. Once it reaches the muscles, it is converted into phosphocreatine (creatine phosphate). This high-powered metabolite is used to regenerate the muscles' ultimate energy source, ATP (adenosine triphosphate).
 
Unlike steroids or drugs, creatine is 100% natural and occurs naturally in many foods; therefore, it can never be banned from any sports or international competitions (unless they banned eating meat). Many foods especially herring, salmon, tuna, and beef contain some creatine. However, the very best source of creatine by far is creatine monohydrate because it contains more creatine per weight of material than any other source. Bodybuilding.com sells only high quality 99.9% pure pharmaceutical-grade creatine monohydrate.

Nitric Oxide Supplements

1. What is it and where does it come from?
Nitric Oxide is a free form gas that is produced in the body and is used by the body to communicate with other cells in the body. To produce this gas, enzymes in the body break down the amino acid Arginine.

Nitric Oxide is a molecule consisting of one atom of nitrogen and one atom of oxygen. The production of Nitric Oxide occurs when the amino acid L-arginine is converted into L-citruline through an enzyme group known as Nitric Oxide Synthase (NOS). The chemical process of conversion is shown in figure 1.

 

Protein Supplements...

High protein diets, like Atkins Diet and South Beach, continue to gain in popularity among many dieters. Some athletes even use these diets and find they lose weight. Depending upon the type of athlete you are and what sort of sport you play, you might want to question the role of the high protein eating plan. Athletes should realize that much of the weight lost on these diets is a result of a decrease in total calories and the water loss that occurs with muscle glycogen depletion. If you perform high intensity or endurance training you probably know that glycogen depletion is one of the reasons athletes 'bonk' or 'hit the wall' in endurance competition. Without enough easy to access energy, in the form of glycogen, we simply run out of fuel.

 

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