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Old 22-01-2014
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!! Best n Common Veg. Foods or Drinks for Protein & Energy !!



Red Bull theek ah Energy lahi

Boiled Egg without Yellow Portion for Protein



(Reset Answer)Best Answer by langroyia

It all depends what are you going for. means are bulking up or are you in your cutting phase. you have to adjust you diet accordingly. Plus you don't have to overload your self with proteins, carbs or fat. just eat enough to fulfill your body needs unless you are doing heavy and vigorous training. and you have to eat more through out the day to fuel your body. like 4-5 or 5-6 meals a day.

sources of proteins.
1. Green Peas - one cup of peas can contain as much as protein as cup of milk.
2. Nuts- All nuts contain both healthy fats and protein, making them a valuable part of a plant-based diet.
3. Beans - especially kidney beans
4. Tofu
5. Whey or casein protein powders.
6. peanut butter
7. Brown Bread with seeds.
8. Oats.
and you can mix and match everything from list like you can have oatmeal and milk with some nuts fro breakfast and you have 15-20g of protein right there. for lunch you can have beans,tofu,nuts and soem seeds with fruit smoothie 20-30g protein right there. you get the idea what i am trying to say !

Source of carbs
1. Bananas - They are easy to eat and digest and are loaded with fast-acting carbohydrates and bananas make the perfect pre- or post-exercise snack.
2. Berries
3. Brown Rice - very good source of carb.
4. yogurt.
5. Gatorade or powerade or any other sports drink.
6. Wheat bread- carbs and protien.
Do not eat too much carb because unused carbs will convert into fat so look out for your carb intake.

Vitamins and minerals are important too eat lots and lots of fruit and drink lots of water. eat vegetables preferably boiled or steamed.

For energy you can have pre-workout stay away from energy drinks. If you dont wanna you pre workout powders just remember all you need is caffeine to keep you charged up so cup of black coffee before working out will do the trick. take it like 30 or an hour earlier. or cup of raisins they act as natural pre workout or banana with peanut butter. any with carbs or caffeine will work .

I hope this might help you with your question. If still something in your mind feel free to ask it away

 
Old 22-01-2014
Dhillon
 
Re: Protein n Energy

egg whites are good protein source par eggs are not veg

 
Old 22-01-2014
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Re: Protein n Energy

Oh ta pta Mnu Lol
Tahi ta main aap he das ta
Baki veg dasn ge ta krke

 
Old 22-01-2014
kit walker
 
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now days egg is considered veg as it could not give chicken even in incubator.

 
Old 23-01-2014
β†’ ✰ DilJani ✰ ←
 
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dunt drink red bull kanjra i already told u

Red bull Da Teri Traning Naal Koi link Ni Aa

Buy Booster ! or sleep well


Baaki Gt New Plan for 12 weeks if u want Pm me

 
Old 23-01-2014
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Re: Protein n Energy

Hmm

Booster baare pta krda fr main

 
Old 23-01-2014
ΰΈ₯gǝи†.47
 
Re: Protein n Energy

if you are worried about gym being veg , we are kind of in the same boat

Body building works on Macro nutrients : Protein , Carbs and Fat

For Vegetarian Diet
Carbs = Energy = boiled potatoes (mashed) , wholemeal bread, oats . Have boiled potatoes before gym and you will have plenty of energy

Protein = Daala , specially moongi masar ( lentils) have 25 gms per 100gm and 40% carbs , Oats + milk + peanut butter gives you around 20 gms of protein in the morning breakfast.

FAT= Good fat you need to keep energy through out the day, have peanut butter, saute your food with olive oil.

You can consider taking Whey protien (derived from cheese by product) or multi sources plant protein

 
Old 23-01-2014
langroyia
 
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It all depends what are you going for. means are bulking up or are you in your cutting phase. you have to adjust you diet accordingly. Plus you don't have to overload your self with proteins, carbs or fat. just eat enough to fulfill your body needs unless you are doing heavy and vigorous training. and you have to eat more through out the day to fuel your body. like 4-5 or 5-6 meals a day.

sources of proteins.
1. Green Peas - one cup of peas can contain as much as protein as cup of milk.
2. Nuts- All nuts contain both healthy fats and protein, making them a valuable part of a plant-based diet.
3. Beans - especially kidney beans
4. Tofu
5. Whey or casein protein powders.
6. peanut butter
7. Brown Bread with seeds.
8. Oats.
and you can mix and match everything from list like you can have oatmeal and milk with some nuts fro breakfast and you have 15-20g of protein right there. for lunch you can have beans,tofu,nuts and soem seeds with fruit smoothie 20-30g protein right there. you get the idea what i am trying to say !

Source of carbs
1. Bananas - They are easy to eat and digest and are loaded with fast-acting carbohydrates and bananas make the perfect pre- or post-exercise snack.
2. Berries
3. Brown Rice - very good source of carb.
4. yogurt.
5. Gatorade or powerade or any other sports drink.
6. Wheat bread- carbs and protien.
Do not eat too much carb because unused carbs will convert into fat so look out for your carb intake.

Vitamins and minerals are important too eat lots and lots of fruit and drink lots of water. eat vegetables preferably boiled or steamed.

For energy you can have pre-workout stay away from energy drinks. If you dont wanna you pre workout powders just remember all you need is caffeine to keep you charged up so cup of black coffee before working out will do the trick. take it like 30 or an hour earlier. or cup of raisins they act as natural pre workout or banana with peanut butter. any with carbs or caffeine will work .

I hope this might help you with your question. If still something in your mind feel free to ask it away

 
Old 23-01-2014
ΰΈ₯gǝи†.47
 
Re: Protein n Energy

Originally Posted by langroyia View Post
It all depends what are you going for. means are bulking up or are you in your cutting phase. you have to adjust you diet accordingly. Plus you don't have to overload your self with proteins, carbs or fat. just eat enough to fulfill your body needs unless you are doing heavy and vigorous training. and you have to eat more through out the day to fuel your body. like 4-5 or 5-6 meals a day.

sources of proteins.
1. Green Peas - one cup of peas can contain as much as protein as cup of milk.
2. Nuts- All nuts contain both healthy fats and protein, making them a valuable part of a plant-based diet.
3. Beans - especially kidney beans
4. Tofu
5. Whey or casein protein powders.
6. peanut butter
7. Brown Bread with seeds.
8. Oats.
and you can mix and match everything from list like you can have oatmeal and milk with some nuts fro breakfast and you have 15-20g of protein right there. for lunch you can have beans,tofu,nuts and soem seeds with fruit smoothie 20-30g protein right there. you get the idea what i am trying to say !

Source of carbs
1. Bananas - They are easy to eat and digest and are loaded with fast-acting carbohydrates and bananas make the perfect pre- or post-exercise snack.
2. Berries
3. Brown Rice - very good source of carb.
4. yogurt.
5. Gatorade or powerade or any other sports drink.
6. Wheat bread- carbs and protien.
Do not eat too much carb because unused carbs will convert into fat so look out for your carb intake.

Vitamins and minerals are important too eat lots and lots of fruit and drink lots of water. eat vegetables preferably boiled or steamed.

For energy you can have pre-workout stay away from energy drinks. If you dont wanna you pre workout powders just remember all you need is caffeine to keep you charged up so cup of black coffee before working out will do the trick. take it like 30 or an hour earlier. or cup of raisins they act as natural pre workout or banana with peanut butter. any with carbs or caffeine will work .

I hope this might help you with your question. If still something in your mind feel free to ask it away
I wouldnt suggest gatorade or powerade .they are the isotonic drinks and sweetners/sugars. Rest sounds good.ive explained the same to him.
Those preworkout powders are just stimulants with potentially harmful substances. Plus red bulls v drinks are just as bad as them. As u said caffiene shots enough to keep u awake and increase heart rate

 
Old 23-01-2014
✰ Sparkles ✰
 
Re: Protein n Energy

soya all the way , soya bean, soya chunks. soy milk ... all lentils (mind u they are mix of carbs n proteins so it does go towards ur daily carb limit as well) sprouts (moong) chana, rajma, milk, nuts, peanut butter n so on

 
Old 23-01-2014
ΰΈ₯gǝи†.47
 
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Guys cannot have soy that much. It affects potency of a male

 
Old 23-01-2014
DBF
 
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soy swaad v ni hunda

 
Old 23-01-2014
ΰΈ₯gǝи†.47
 
Re: Protein n Energy

Originally Posted by DBF View Post
soy swaad v ni hunda
There are some bars that have soy protein in them. Check before you buy them

 
Old 23-01-2014
langroyia
 
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Originally Posted by Codename.47 View Post
I wouldnt suggest gatorade or powerade .
yea sports drinks are good after or while working out,but usually drink them after workout just to replenish little bit of energy followed by good protien meal.
Diet plays the most important role in bodybuilding you wont get anything by lifting weights if your diet is not good.

 
Old 23-01-2014
langroyia
 
Re: Protein n Energy

Originally Posted by Codename.47 View Post
Those pre workout powders are just stimulants with potentially harmful substances.
well not really they aren't harmful they are just for pumps and intensity. well you won't be taking them daily only when you are feeling down but you get faster results. but what i see with pre-workouts are that most of the people get use to it they feel need to have pre-workout no matter what ,but its only because your diet isn't good enough you aren't eating good or in other case your body isn't storing enough energy to support your mind that you can do it without pre-work out. Its not bad its a good thing i recommend pre-workouts. once you have your desired body you can cut down on it.


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