Foods To Eat To Gain Muscle: Eat These 5 Things For Faster Gains

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Skinny guys, follow this weight gain plan:

In this video, Fitness Model Troy Adashun reveals 5 foods to eat to gain muscle mass. These are 5 outside-the-box muscle-building foods that all coincide with a mass gain diet. A good muscle-building diet plan is a lot more than just packing lean protein into your day.

These 5 foods build lean muscle in a more outside-the-box way, such as packing in omega fatty acids, blocking estrogen, increasing blood flow and nutrient absorption, and increasing your human growth hormone levels.

These 5 foods are perfect for any muscle-building diet and can easily be implemented into your diet plan.

Watch the video as Troy Adashun dives in and discusses in detail these great muscle-building foods.

0:30 – Salmon

Salmon is a delicious muscle-building food and is high in protein and omega fatty acids. A diet rich in healthy fats is essential for any muscle-building diet plan. Most skinny guys lack healthy monounsaturated fats in their diet, and salmon is a great way to implement them into your muscle gain diet.

1:14 – Brazil Nuts

Speaking of healthy fats, brazil nuts are loaded with monounsaturated fats and are the perfect nut choice for a muscle-building diet. Brazil nuts are considered a bodybuilding superfood because they are loaded with selenium and monounsaturated fats. Diets rich in selenium and zinc tend to produce higher testosterone levels, making Brazil nuts one of the best foods to gain muscle.

1:39 – Wheat Germ

Wheat germ is one of the best slow digesting carbohydrate sources for a mass gain diet. Wheat germ is loaded with muscle-building micronutrients and serves as a great pre-workout carbohydrate food to gain muscle. You can also coat your protein with wheat germ, making it a perfect addition to a muscle-building diet.

2:42 – Watermelon

Watermelon is a delicious addition to a muscle gain diet and serves as the perfect post-workout carbohydrate source. Watermelon has a high glycemic rating, meaning that it will spike your insulin and serve as a nutrient activator for post-workout consumption. Watermelon is also high in citrulline and will aid in boosting post-workout nitric oxide levels, which will raise your HGH levels naturally. Higher HGH levels post workout mean that your body will build muscle and burn fat. This means that watermelon is the perfect post-workout carbohydrate for a muscle-building diet.

3:57 – Broccoli

What to eat to gain muscle mass usually consists of protein, healthy fats, and carbohydrates, but vegetables also play a key role! Broccoli actually helps to kill free radicals and fight off estrogen in your body, raising your natural testosterone levels. This makes broccoli a great muscle-building food and the perfect side dish for any bodybuilding diet.

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Weight Gain Network says:

If you want to become a beast you need to consume foods that will help you
increase your anabolic hormones.

Creating a quality calorie surplus is essential if you are a naturally
skinny guy trying to get huge.

Check out the video as fitness model Troy Adashun reveals 5 foods that will
help increase your anabolic hormones and build rock solid lean muscle mass.

Foods To Eat To Gain Muscle: Eat These 5 Things For Faster Gains

Robert cacao says:

+Weight Gain Network i was 292, then dropped it down to 176,, i was cold
and skinny fat, then now im up to 194.. ok so im 46 and im a novice in the
gym i have gotten gains, and now getting stronger.. i need a testosterone
boost,, any suggestions..

pantzosk says:

Very Good Video keep on :)

Luky Baczo says:

what about the meet and egg?

Jofer Marquina says:

what about the eggs bud die???? i wanna gain some mass but i hear a lot of
things what do you think about the beef???

Thomas West says:

I’m in a wheelchair but I’m trying to get strong. Hopefully this vids help!

Cj Gillespie says:

Awesome Video, allot of good points..


MrZacDavid says:

I’m 19, 6’2, and weigh about 200 but i’m a fit 200. I have type 1
diabetes(genetic). Any advice on cutting. I want to get bigger but get
ripped. I’m at about 18% bf but want to get to 10. Any suggestions Troy?

Deepak Babu says:

Bodybuilders, trainers and diet gurus alike (at least those worth their
salt) will tell you that bodybuilding is more than 50% nutrition. We tend
to agree, especially where the novice is concerned. Beginners or those
heading back into the gym after a layoff can expect to make some serious
gains in strength and mass from a regular training program, but not without
a solid nutrition program. Bottom line, the more serious you are about your
nutrition, the more serious your gains will be. In fact, if you combed the
literature on weightlifting, you’d quickly learn that relatively little
research has been done on training techniques for boosting muscle mass and
strength compared to the tons of studies on the effects of nutrition and
dietary supplements. Said research shows that paying attention to
macronutrients (protein, carbohydrates and fat), calories, meal timing and
certain supplements will have a huge impact on your results.

But because you don’t have time to do all the combing yourself, we’ve
boiled it down to 10 basic nutrition and supplement rules that every
beginner should learn now and maintain indefinitely. Follow these rules and
stick to your lifting program, and soon that “beginner” label will no
longer apply to you.
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Cody Williams says:

What would you suggest a good substitute for wheat germ would be? I’m a
celiac, which is gluten free. Great videos, by the way. 

UKVATO says:

There’s no such thing build muscle fast accept steroids . 

Deo Pondoc says:

Sir,i follow your chest and tricep workout and it is effective for my body
type.can i ask what workout will be effective for shoulder,bicep and
back?thank you sir.

nick lami says:

hey good video, very useful, but do i eat all of those foods every day or
just eat them here and there, every so often?

Dhaiti Jonathan says:

Hi I’m 16, I’d like to know if protein shakes(oatmeal,peanut butter and
milk), is good for gain weight? Thank you.

Christian Vela says:

Lies eat meet who gives a fuck no such thing as over working out

andlau88 says:

in another video, you mentioned that too much simple carbs actually lower
muscle building. If that’s the case, why would watermelon be a good food to
gain weight?

veema shrestha says:

this video must be help to anyone who want to have healthy and rich health

Deo Pondoc says:

Sir,i follow your chest and tricep workout and it is effective for my body
type.can i ask what workout will be effective for shoulder,bicep and
back?thank you sir.

sagou rachid says:

thank u man for the all helpful informations it’s realy awesome we learn
alot from in natural nutrition.keep it up (y) 

Margus Pork says:

great advise, thanx

topfitextreme says:

Watermelon? Seriously I could instead drink water which would be much
cheaper… – David

Laxman Sapkota says:

Owww That is really cool to diet for muscle gain, i mean that we can really
Gain up our Muscle by Having healthy foods. I have tried eating salads ang
lots of fibrous things bit no any result but this is something That is very
interesting i mean that BY EATING >>
2.Brazil NUTS
3.weat Germ
we can increase this It sounds wounder full and everyone should try this I
have a friend who shared me this video because he had developed his muscle
and wanted mine to be the Best muscle.He was so week in early winters bur
now he is Becoming fit and fine day by day and has reffered me diet for
muscle gain video so I recommend to all my friends and thanks to Weight
Gain Network.

mc baller says:

I am 13 and im 5foot 8 and only 108 pounds should I start gaining weight I
have good muscle definition but not mass any advice? plz reply if you could
It would be appreciated

Griffin Rees says:

This wasn’t discussed in the video but in your opinion which is
better…greek or regular yoghurt?

Deo Pondoc says:

Thank you sir

蕭天誠 says:


iamyevon says:

1st mf

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