How To Eat To Build Muscle & Lose Fat (Lean Bulking Full Day Of Eating)

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This 250+ page Ultimate Guide to Body Recomposition includes everything you need to know about:

• How to set up calories & macros for recomp
• What foods to eat
• Nutrient timing (pre/post workout, pre-bed, etc.)
• Refeeds/carb cycling
• Feeding vs fasting
• Supplementation
• How to self-coach
• And much, much, more!

If you want to learn how to transform your body by building muscle while losing fat, this is the ultimate science-based guide to do it! It includes:

• 15 Chapters and over 300 Pages
• Sample Meal Plans
• Specifics on Your Pre and Post Workout Nutrition
• A Progress Tracking Sheet
• A Guide for Maximizing Recovery Factors (Sleep, stress, etc.)
• A full chapter on solving “Skinny Fat”

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My recommended Multivitamin:
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My recommended fish oil:

Protein 4 Oats

Mom’s Chili:

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SOURCES:

Alan Aragon’s Research Review Dec 2013 Issue:
Jorn’s Phd dissertation:

The Protein Book by Lyle McDonald:

Filmed and edited by Rashaun R and me using Final Cut Pro X and Sony A7R3

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About me: I’m a Canadian natural pro bodybuilder and internationally-qualified powerlifter with a BSc in biochemistry/chemistry and a passion for science. I’ve been training for 12 years drug-free. I’m 5’5 and fluctuate between 160 lbs (lean) and 180 lbs (bulked).

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Disclaimers: Jeff Nippard is not a doctor or a medical professional. Always consult a physician before starting any exercise program. Use of this information is strictly at your own risk. Jeff Nippard will not assume any liability for direct or indirect losses or damages that may result from the use of information contained in this video including but not limited to economic loss, injury, illness or death.


Physical strength is a measure of the amount of force that humans can exert on physical objects. It is a factor of fitness that can be achieved through resistance training. Strength training is also important for cardiovascular health.

For professional bodybuilders, a higher protein intake is required. However, the same is true of anyone who is interested in gaining a stronger and healthier body. This is because the breakdown of muscle protein is a necessary part of achieving and maintaining strong muscles.

Another reason to include strength training in your workout regimen is to boost your metabolism for several hours after you finish exercising. Muscle is a major source of energy and a larger amount of lean muscle helps your body burn calories even when you aren’t exercising. The post-exercise period is when your muscles are primed to start taking up amino acids, which are necessary for building muscle.

In addition, a plant-based diet can help you build muscle. Studies show that plant-based diets are effective at increasing muscle efficiency and bench pressing weight by 19%.

Animal-based diets are also poor sources of some essential nutrients. For example, they may be deficient in potassium, folate, and vitamin C. Also, animal-based diets can be deficient in fiber and other key nutrients.

Building muscle and strength is easy when you combine the right workout routine with the right nutrition. A diet rich in protein, fiber, and other key nutrients is an essential part of the process.

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