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Old 02-13-2007, 05:42 PM   #11
Dave Van Skike
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Originally Posted by Elliot Royce View Post
I'm trying to eat 4500 calories per day and I am just sick of food. I can't get it down. Two mass gainer shakes at 500 cal apiece only accounts for 1000 cal. I ate a Subway 12" chicken ranch bacon sandwich for lunch to try to get the calories and ended up burping through my workout.

I can only eat so many nuts per day. Help!

coconut milk. plugra butter. hazlenuts are the bomb.
prime rib, landjäger,

liquid fishoil, I take mine in a shot glass. One shot is around 450 kcal.

FWIW. it's hard to gain and eat clean. read this primer on gaining from a man who knows how.


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