An athlete’s fridge and cabinets should be stocked full of nutritious, muscle building, healthy foods. The biggest problem with that, is the fact that today’s economy does not allow most of us to spend as freely as we used to. It is much harder these days to spend $200 a week on bodybuilding food, than it was 10 years ago. Besides, most of us want to squirrel away as much l00t as possible so we can retire early. May Adibuddha help you if you’re a college student, go buy some Ramen.
Also, I don’t know about you, but I don’t want to spend an hour a day preparing food. I’m not trying to cook a chicken everyday for lunch. I don’t have time to whip up a 7 veggie, 2 cheese omelette’s every morning. However, the reality is that we need lots of healthy foods to helps us build muscle and lose fat. That being said, lets examine how we can eat properly while minimizing the grocery bill and food preparation time.