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Powerlifting Diet Plan

Diet Plan for Powerlifters

Bodybuilders have learned a lot from powerlifters over the years, but powerlifters in the last 15 years have learned a lot from bodybuilders about diet and eating enough to continue gaining strength but not put on unhealthy fat. Powerlifters don't have to eat cheeseburgers and milk-shakes to consume the excess calories required for powerlifting.

Top powerlifters need to eat a lot of calories, usually they are big men who would normally consume a lot of calories, but even the light-weights need to eat a lot more calories, even if they only train three times a week. Powerlifters are slowly learning the advantages of clean eating from bodybuilders.

Clean eating is something that needs a bit of discipline before your palate starts to change and you start to be able taste any simple sugar. Over the years, powerlifters have been eating a maximum of three times a day, but clean easting can add one or two meals to that plan.

The powerlifting diet plan listed below is a 5 meal day plan that also gives you options to choose from when preparing every meal. When eating clean you should concentrate on adding green leafy vegetables like spinach, Brussel sprouts and kale which contain important micronutrients for strength like carotenoids, anthocyanins, anthocyanins and lycopene.

Meal 1:
4 scrambled eggs with tea or coffee and then fresh fruit during training with water and drinking as often as possible.

Meal 2:
Post Workout Shake
2 scoops of protein powder
Tbspn cocoa powder
1 tbsp honey

Meal 3:
Post Workout Meal
100g carbs of either White Rice, Bread or pasta
50g protein of either Fish, Chicken, Beef, Pork or Tofu
Bowl with 2 servings of raw veggies or leafy greens or fruit

Meal 4:
75g carbs either of White Rice, Bread or Pasta
50g protein either of Fish, Chicken, Beef, Pork or Tofu
Bowl with 2 servings of raw veggies or leafy greens or fruit

Meal/Snack 5:
25-50g protein Nuts and/or Milk or Fish, Chicken, Pork, Beef or Tofu

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