A good bodybuilding high school sample diet that can be prepared easily
A good bodybuilding sample diet that can be prepared on a regular basis
As far as diet for bodybuilding is concerned, it is always and I repeat always helpful to compliment you training with a good high-protein, low-fat diet with enough fruits and veggies and a meal every three hours.
So the hub request or question you have asked is, "Can you suggest me a good bodybuilding diet for a high school student. Can anyone give me a sample diet or list of foods that can be prepared on a regular basis?"
A good bodybuilding diet for a high school student
The easiest stuff to make while you are in high school and building your body at the same time is chicken breasts. Get one of those bags of chicken breasts where it has like 10 of them frozen, get out the Foreman Grill, and grill one, it takes like 10 minutes, and if you have one of those with a protein shake for lunch, you'll be getting plenty of protein per meal. I grill enough of them every morning to carry with me all day long. Foreman Grill rocks for cooking chicken breasts.
This can be prepared on a regular basis
Some people also use salt free seasonings on their chicken breasts most of the time but you can also put a few chicken breasts in your favorite marinade and marinade overnight (just watch sugar/sodium on those if those are things you try to avoid) and then cook them on the grill. Another thing is to season with lemon pepper but put a couple of slices of lemon on top of the chicken when you grill. You can also do this with onions too. And be careful not to overcook it.
If you want to go for a controlled diet and can cook or someone is there at home to cook for you, you can follow this sample diet chart or list of foods.
Morning - Upon Waking Up
Green Tea + Honey + Lemon
Porridge, Potato, Cheese + Multivitamin
Brown Bread (Chapati), Cheese, Potato, Curd
Vitamin E + Steamed Potato Brown Bread Sandwich
30h WPI + Vitamin B Complex + Vitargo
Cheese, Brown Bread, Potato, Pulses
1 serving Muscle Milk
I think this answers the above question well. If there are more questions, please let me know.