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8/31/2010 11:39:29 PM - JPegg
My diet with Kiefer (LONG Post)

A note for you guys: This is what we are STARTING with. Were going to be making adjustments as training comes along. Right now, I am still trying to heal my hip up, and drop some fat in the process. Not going to be doing much of anything heavy. IF you decide to try this as written, you may need to adjust the calories up or down. Also, for obvious reasons, I cant list the whole anaconda protocol, as it is still under wraps. There are a few supps missing, but you get the jist of it.

There are 2 things Kiefer asked me to leave out. One is his CNS recovery stack. Its basic, but as Brian Carroll can attest to, effective. The other is an addition to one of the meals. Nothing special, or illegal, he just asked me to omit it, so I am.

One other thing: I train at 2 different times due to my work schedule. One is early, one is late. Also, This is straight cut/paste from what he sent me. Hope I formatted it right.

9am training days:

Upon Waking: Coffee + heavy whipping cream (optional)

8:30am: 2 scoops of mag‐10 or Anaconda plus 5g leucine and 5 gram creatine.

PWO: same as pre‐workout

2 hours PWO (around lunch time, I assume): low carb, like meatballs with cheese, 1 cup of broccoli (asparagus, cauliflower, green beans, salad, ...) or cheese omelet (3 eggs, 2 to 3 oz of cheese) with diced tomatoes and spinach (you should be able to piece something together from work).

3‐4pm: 2 scoops of Low‐carb Metabolic Drive or 1 cup of cottage cheese (1%) and one to two handful of almonds

6‐7pm: 6 to 8 ounces of a lean meat, and a starch like a medium sized potato, two red potatoes, 1 cup of oatmeal (flavored kind is fine), 1 sweet potato or a cup of corn. Add some fat like butter to the potatoes and corn or olive oil to the oatmeal (obviously not virgin, use the refined or MCT oil or virgin coconut oil—more on this later) and a green vegetable or salad.

10pm: 1 scoop of low‐carb metabolic drive, 1 scoop anaconda or mag‐10 and ice cream or oatmeal and peanut butter or blueberry muffins and 1 or 2% milk (I always recommend lactose free).

9pm training days
8:00 am: 1 scoop of mag‐10 or Anaconda plus 5g leucine and coffee if you desire.

11 am: (same as the 2 hr PWO above) low carb, like meatballs with cheese, 1 cup of broccoli (asparagus, cauliflower, green beans, salad, ...) or cheese omelet (3 eggs, 2 to 3 oz of cheese) with diced tomatoes and spinach.

3‐4pm: 2 scoops of Low‐carb Metabolic Drive or 1 cup of cottage cheese (1%) and one to two handful of almonds

Close to 6pm: 6 to 8 ounces of a fattier meat, and a starch like a medium sized potato, two red potatoes, 1 cup of oatmeal (flavored kind is fine), 1 sweet potato or a cup of corn. Add some fat like butter to the potatoes and corn or olive oil to the oatmeal (obviously not virgin, use the refined or MCT oil or virgin coconut oil). An alternative meal might be a lean meat, like lean ham, and a grilled cheese sandwich with a glass of milk.

8:30pm: 1 scoop of mag‐10 or Anaconda plus 5g leucine and 5 gram creatine.

PWO: 3 scoops of Metabolic drive plus 5g leucine and 5 gram creatine plus a couple of bananas.

An hour post workout: ice cream, pizza, whatever plus 2 scoops of mag‐10 or Anaconda.


Non‐workout days:

8:00 am: 1 scoop of mag‐10 or Anaconda plus 5g leucine and coffee if you desire.

11 am: low carb, like meatballs with cheese, 1 cup of broccoli (asparagus, cauliflower, green beans, salad, ...) or cheese omelet (3 eggs, 2 to 3 oz of cheese) with diced tomatoes and spinach (you should be able to piece something together from work).

3‐4pm: 2 scoops of Low‐carb Metabolic Drive or 1 cup of cottage cheese (1%) and one to two handful of almonds

6‐7pm: 6 to 8 ounces of a lean meat, and a starch like a medium sized potato, two red potatoes, 1 cup of oatmeal (flavored kind is fine), 1 sweet potato or a cup of corn. Add some fat like butter to the potatoes and corn or olive oil to the oatmeal (obviously not virgin, use the refined or MCT oil or virgin coconut oil) and a green vegetable or salad.

10pm: 1 scoop of low‐carb metabolic drive, 1 scoop anaconda or mag‐10 and ice cream or oatmeal and peanut butter or blueberry muffins and 1 or 2% milk (I always recommend lactose free).




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