Vegetarian muscle mass.

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Sep 29, 2013 8:53pm
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Hello. I was wondering if anyone knows of anything vegetarians can add to their diet to help build muscle mass? Thanks

30 Sep
Vegetarian ( proteïne) go to your local healt food store they will be able yo help you ;-)
01 Oct
Healthy Fats and Protein not just Protein, Peanut Butter, Avocado, Walnuts, Almonds, Soy/other Protein Powder, Coconut Oil (in smoothies). I use the nutribullet and put spinach, avocado, berries, protein, honey, walnuts, coconut/olive oil in it. Take in ~ 35 protein / 35g carbs and some healthy fats within 15-45 min after every workout every time and snack on healthy fats and protein throughout the day and make your muscular workouts intense and max effort for short periods of time with rest breaks to recharge rather than long drawn out rep after rep endurance style training. Make your cardio anaerobic conditioning...
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Sep 29, 2013 9:10pm
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Spirulina

Is amazing. Look it up.

29 Sep
Thank you, I will :-)
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Sep 29, 2013 9:26pm
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Thanks to

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Sep 29, 2013 10:49pm
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Supplement protein

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Sep 29, 2013 10:58pm
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Does that help?I'm also a vegetarian.

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Sep 30, 2013 1:57am
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plz tell me a supplement product name..which is better for me..i m pure vegetarian..

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Sep 30, 2013 2:16am
I suggest visiting a health store and learning more about the available supplement options, which ones would work better for your body and desired results.
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Sep 30, 2013 8:53am
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Do a google search for vegetarian protein. Change up the terms and try again. (vegetarian weight lifting, vegetarian muscle building, etc)

Also a great resource for random but great info is Stumbleupon, a browser app where you can check your interests (fitness, diet, vegetarian,) and with each click it takes you to a new random site you probably would not find using your own search terms. Good luck.

I used to be vegan, ate a lot of soy, but there are new findings which indicate that much soy may not be good.

Beans, brown rice, peanut butter but the natural stuff not skippy or whatever...and even then it's got a ton of calories... There are a few good vegetarian protein powders,  watch out for sugar content, and drink with unsweetened almond milk or your own juiced veggies/fruits

Good luck

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Oct 1, 2013 5:55am

Sounds like you want brand recommendations. I prefer Pure Green Protein or any of a variety of soy isolates. Used to use Vega, but the consistency was kinda gross to me. Having said that, the large majority of my protein comes from a veg diet of beans, legumes, nuts and dairy, esp greek yogurt. Also, remember that once your diet has the protein for muscle building you need to train resistance to build it up!

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Oct 1, 2013 8:12am
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Thanks, all of these suggestions are great.
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Oct 1, 2013 10:51am
Your welcome
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