Hypertrophy Diet

Hypertrophy Diet

Hypertrophy diet

If you are trying to create your first diet to gain muscle mass, seeing the structure of one already made can help you.

Here's an example of a diet designed for someone with a normal metabolism, about 1.80m tall and weighing 70kg.

It is organized for someone who trains in the morning, after breakfast, and who already has some training experience.

The diet aims to gain weight in the form of lean mass and to reduce fat mass gain to a minimum.

It has six meals, three of which are rich in proteins and carbohydrates, and the other three are high in protein and fats, but low in carbohydrates.

Carbohydrates will be used above all around the training period, which is when they are most useful.

Don't forget that this is just a generic hypertrophy diet, so it won't work for everyone.

Use it only as an example, and make your adaptations.

Breakfast

  • 125g oats
  • 30g Whey

After training

  • 30g Whey
  • 2 Bananas

Lunch

  • 125g Brown Rice
  • 150g chicken steak
  • Broccoli with olive oil

Lunch

  • 2 cans of tuna
  • 40g Nuts

Dinner

  • 150g Salmon
  • Cauliflower with a drizzle of olive oil
  • Salad with Lettuce and Tomato

Supper

  • Scrambled eggs with 6 egg whites and 2 yolks

Final notes

The only supplement used in this diet is a Whey protein powder.

Like all foods in this diet, Whey can also be substituted, and if you want to do this, you should put a good quality protein source in good quantity in its place.

Again, this is just a generic diet, and it is important that you adapt it to your specific case.

If you have any questions, use the comments area below.

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