I have tried to write this ebook with a broad outlook. There is frequently conflicting advice between nutritionists/dietitians and bodybuilders. Well, I am both. I look at the science and what actually seems to work in practice.
Hopefully, by the end of this book, you'll have a good understanding of what to eat in order to pack on muscle and improve your strength. I also hope to open up your minds to the quest of wanting to find out more about the vast subject of bodybuilding nutrition. It's good to have questions. Nutrition is a growing science and so little is based on fact, merely evidence. After reading this, your knowledge of nutrition will be sound and you will be able to apply this knowledge to your bodybuilding lifestyle everyday. You will also be keen to learn more, which you can do so by visiting www.muscletalk.co.uk I hope you will be able to make better judgements as to which supplements are good value for money, and identify those which are of no use to you, although they may be useful for someone else.
No one knows your own body better than you do, so you will have to go away, continue to learn and try things...
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