Daily Archives: August 18, 2009

Precision Nutrition Tip of the Week

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Tip #11
Why Choose Oats
by Dr. John Berardi

If you’re looking to gain mass and have a good carbohydrate tolerance, place a bowl of fiber-rich, low-GI rolled oats along with ½ scoop of vanilla protein powder, frozen mixed berries, pineapple and a small quantity of mixed nuts right next to your omelet. This is a muscle building breakfast that’s hard to beat. I place this bowl right next to my omelet for a breakfast that’s hard to beat.

However, if you tend to hold a lot of body fat, just stick with protein, good fats, and veggies for breakfast. Save the non-fruit and veggie carbs till after exercise only – yes, even oatmeal.

These tips are sponsored by Precision Nutrition – my pick for the best nutrition and supplement resource currently available. Containing system manuals, gourmet cookbook, digital audio/video library, online membership, and more, Precision Nutrition will teach you everything you need to know to get the body you want — guaranteed.

Newsletter Preview

I wanted to give you a preview of the September Newsletter.

This upcoming issue is jam packed with exciting stuff.  Nutrition and Training advice and a special interview with Anaheim Ducks Strength Coach, Sean Skahan will fill the pages.  I can hardly wait until its ready to be sent out.  Stay tuned.

>Precision Nutrition Tip of the Week

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Tip #11
Why Choose Oats
by Dr. John Berardi

If you’re looking to gain mass and have a good carbohydrate tolerance, place a bowl of fiber-rich, low-GI rolled oats along with ½ scoop of vanilla protein powder, frozen mixed berries, pineapple and a small quantity of mixed nuts right next to your omelet. This is a muscle building breakfast that’s hard to beat. I place this bowl right next to my omelet for a breakfast that’s hard to beat.

However, if you tend to hold a lot of body fat, just stick with protein, good fats, and veggies for breakfast. Save the non-fruit and veggie carbs till after exercise only – yes, even oatmeal.

These tips are sponsored by Precision Nutrition – my pick for the best nutrition and supplement resource currently available. Containing system manuals, gourmet cookbook, digital audio/video library, online membership, and more, Precision Nutrition will teach you everything you need to know to get the body you want — guaranteed.

>Newsletter Preview

>I wanted to give you a preview of the September Newsletter.

This upcoming issue is jam packed with exciting stuff.  Nutrition and Training advice and a special interview with Anaheim Ducks Strength Coach, Sean Skahan will fill the pages.  I can hardly wait until its ready to be sent out.  Stay tuned.