Do-It-Yourself Muscle Bars

Here is how to eat your way top massive gains

Commercial Calorie bars are not new, and they are not cheap, a good bar will cost you $2-$3 dollars a bar and I personally don’t think they are worth the money for that kind of investment I would purchase a good and proven weight gainer

But for those of us who want mass, and are always looking in a mirror to see gains I have a great solution… Make your own MUSCLE BARS.

Before I go on, I want to state some rather obvious facts: FACT NUMBER ONE – if you want to gain mass at an accelerated pace…EAT FAT! Yes don’t avoid fat, fat is essential in the mass gaining process, dietary fats play an essential role in muscle building hormone production which ARE the Keys to outstanding muscle growth.

I have never known anyone to gain mass on a low-fat diet, it just will

Not to happen and let me tell you, if you are getting fat on a high-calorie diet, I would not accuse your fat intake, no! Rather I would accuse the simple sugars in your diet. Also, a low-fat diet will lower your testosterone levels, something you want to avoid when you are trying to gain weight…

Also, you should know that it is far easier to lose weight or fat if you first gain muscle mass(with some fat)first then try to lose the fat before trying to build muscle mass this is true even if you are obese

For my overweight clients, I first get the to build muscle before trying to lose fat…it is way easier since muscle tends to increase your metabolism on a permanent basis, making you a fat-burning machine. However not all fats are created equal, you want to avoid the saturated kind (as found in animals) and consume

The recipe that follows is simple to make, and it will provide you with several days worth of weight gain dense snacks…

The next time you are heading out to your workouts; consume one of these babies and watch the energy boost. And you will not have to resort to the use of candy bars or some unhealthy snack

1/2 cup butter

1 cup apple juice concentrates (the frozen kind)

1 teaspoon vanilla

3 whole eggs

2 cups whole wheat flour

1 cup raw wheat germ

1/2 teaspoon baking powder

1/2 teaspoon baking soda

1 cup sunflower seeds

1 cup pecans

1 cup raisins

1 cup chopped dates

Preheat the oven to 350 degrees; blend the butter, eggs, apple juice

And vanilla together sifts with flour, wheat germ, baking soda, and baking powder then add them to the mixture.

Add the rest of the ingredients, mix well and press into an oblong glass pan than you have buttered and floured, now bake until the top is golden brown for about 30 minutes, refrigerate to keep fresh

You will get 12 bars out of these and each one gives you

561 calories 30 grams of fat, carbohydrates 51 grams, 12 grams of protein…

And cost you less than a dollar each…

If you want to increase the portion value, include two scoops of massive growth

Hope you enjoyed this article…

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