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NEW DIET BEGINNER VEGAN (ITALY)

#1 Postby Pellicano » Fri Nov 20, 2015 8:37 am

I apologize in advance for the bad English

Hello to all, are an Italian boy of 20 years, in Italy there are many vegans we are second in the world after India,but there is very little information on the web in our language.
AGE: 20 MALE 173 CM X 121 LBS

you are underweight, I always eat meat...raw horse, cooked, raw in the middle of everything, and I always eat few fruits and vegetables.
I did MMA for three years, but I never went above 127 lbs , while taking protein powder, bcaa, I also bones that weigh little, In fact, I was equal to 127 lbs physically a person to 135-140 lbs, I like my body but I want to be more muscular, clean and lean mass.

1 month curiosity put my tattoo artist vegan for years (he is muscular) I started, I had problems initially, I was tired at work, working in a restaurant in the evening only for 6 hours but is a restaurant where people come to eat 300-400 person every night so there is a lot of work and always run.

1) now I'm training for about five months in the gym, I would start again when my body will be cleaned of meat, you know how long it might take?

but are willing to become raw food because cooked foods are not treated well by the body, I was advised to buy a Slow Blend Juice Maker,
2)fruit \ vegetables that is passed in this tool loses some property? because it still remains a gap of the product.
for vitamin b12 i'm drinking 100 ml per day of aloe vera and soy milk enriched with vitamin b12.
3)you can have a basic diet for me for the raw food?
for now I leave the gym by until my body gets used to the new food but then I would need a more serious diet.
I found a site that sells cheap protein, also has protein for vegans,
http://www.myprotein.com/sports-nutrition/brown-rice-protein/10530779.html
http://www.myprotein.com/sports-nutrition/vegan-blend/10637445.html
it says that no GM.They could do for me? if they serve more protein, or better to avoid them because surely will have received heat treatment.

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Re: NEW DIET BEGINNER VEGAN (ITALY)

#2 Postby Eiji » Sun Nov 22, 2015 9:19 am

1. I felt great from the start but my GI is stil getting used to all the extra fiber.

2. You will lose a lot of nutrients from juicing for sure. They have their place in the kitchen but definitely not a daily use. Blender would be better since you are not removing large portions of the foods.

3. Raw diet is not necessary. Cooking most veggies actually makes them more bioavailable or has minimal effects. Except for broccoli. Protein powders are useless waste of money. Get your protein from food.

I used to do the protein powder thing and think you need 30-40g at a time. It's total bull. I'm right now sitting at 190-193lbs and 11% BF. No powders for 6 months and the gains are the same.
Make no excuses to skip a training session. Feel stressed, sad, sick or tired? Go train. Your friends, your heart, mind and body will lie to you. Telling you that you need that recovery day. Go ahead, stay home. I'll be training that day and getting better no matter what.

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Re: NEW DIET BEGINNER VEGAN (ITALY)

#3 Postby jmf » Sun Nov 22, 2015 2:15 pm

Eiji,
I agree with most of what you just posted, but your position on protein is something that I've tried, and set me way back...so I need to offer my counter opinion.

I won't disagree that it is best to get your protein from whole food sources; however, above that, and more importantly, you MUST get enough protein, preferably from diverse sources. Having said that, protein supplementation has a strong place in a balanced vegan diet, if your goal is to gain (or retain) muscle mass.

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Re: NEW DIET BEGINNER VEGAN (ITALY)

#4 Postby Eiji » Sun Nov 22, 2015 2:33 pm

But why not just eat more protein rich vegan foods?
Make no excuses to skip a training session. Feel stressed, sad, sick or tired? Go train. Your friends, your heart, mind and body will lie to you. Telling you that you need that recovery day. Go ahead, stay home. I'll be training that day and getting better no matter what.

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Re: NEW DIET BEGINNER VEGAN (ITALY)

#5 Postby Pellicano » Mon Nov 23, 2015 7:32 am

I usually eat,
red lentils
beans
tofu
walnuts natural
Quinoa
to increase my protein

you have looked at the link I posted to Myprotein? as you seem to those proteins rice GMO-free?

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Re: NEW DIET BEGINNER VEGAN (ITALY)

#6 Postby Pellicano » Wed Nov 25, 2015 5:12 pm

UP

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Re: NEW DIET BEGINNER VEGAN (ITALY)

#7 Postby Pellicano » Sat Nov 28, 2015 9:20 pm

UP pls, They are more than a month that are " vegan ", I do not know exactly what to eat , however , now I feel good I eat a bit of everything. plenty of salad and fruit and vegetables , and chickpeas.

I can supplement with protein powder rice without GMOs ?

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Re: NEW DIET BEGINNER VEGAN (ITALY)

#8 Postby jmf » Sun Nov 29, 2015 8:43 am

Eat more! (in your position, you should be tracking your food intake)

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Re: NEW DIET BEGINNER VEGAN (ITALY)

#9 Postby Pellicano » Mon Nov 30, 2015 11:30 am

ok, but I would doubt, now they are "vegan" from 2 months.
But I was wondering, if once a week I allow myself to eat fish do well?
I mean a healthy level, know that red meat is not good and also milk and deriving, But I wondered if eating fish is harmful? obviously not large fish that have mercury.


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