Milk —but not cheese—is off the list because it contains a lot of lactose, a form of sugar, which makes it high in carbohydrates. When cheese is made, all the sugar is eaten by bacteria and turned into lactic acid, cutting the carb content way down. Low-and reduced-fat dairy products are to be avoided as they’re overly processed, which strips out nutrients like the fatty acids that make you feel full. Plus, sugar is often added to make up for a loss of flavor and texture, so some actually have more sugar than full-fat dairy. Resist shredded cheese, too, as it contains a carby potato starch that keeps it from sticking together.
Hey rod . Remember me ? The guy who has been stucked at 225 for over two years ? . I’m following your workout . No clean diet . Eating whatever I want . I gained 4 pounds already but my bench has gone up 20
Pounds in less than a moth doing your workout plan . My squat is 335×8 also has crazily gone up . I don’t do the deadlift part or the lunges . But your workout plan is amazing. thanks rod . One question . If I’m going to this pace . Where do you think I can get with my bench press in one more month ? Realistically? I appreciate your help