The program has various advantages over other diets, which make it much easier and realistic to follow. Our program offers variation, thus, it won't be boring to follow; it doesn't promote a lifestyle that prevents you from functioning in a social context; it's based on legitimate scientific finding; it's been tested on over 100 Test Subjects; bodybuilders have been exploiting The Anabolic Amplifier Effect for 50 to 60 years now; the "perfect" macronutrient ratios are not as important as the total goal calories in each phase (far easier to tackle); and the program allows you to make changes within the 21-day framework of the diet and training in terms of your individual ambitions and goals.
One last point: Because steroids have all these side effects, a lot of abusers will then take other drugs to offset the effect—steroid abuse causes you to grow man-boobs, so people take another drug to mitigate those side effects. Guys who take steroids often also take augmenting drugs to decrease estrogen production or to improve athletic performance even further, like human growth hormone, insulin-like growth factor 1, insulin, erythropoietin, stimulants, diuretics, levothyroxine, and/or gamma-hydroxybutyrate, according to the study in FP Essentials . That means on top of all these side effects of steroids, most abusers are also looking at a whole separate list of effects from their peripheral drug habits.
When I first designed Anabolic Cooking, I had one single goal; to help other fellow fitness enthusiasts actually enjoy the foods they ate instead of just choking down tasteless broiled chicken breasts with plain brown rice! I knew how hard it was for bodybuilders and people looking to build muscle to find tasty recipes that fit in with their macronutrient ratios but also tasted great. After getting myself ready for several bodybuilding competitions I learned just how hard that really was. So I know the frustration you are facing everyday trying to stay consistent in your nutrition but also satisfying cravings for delicious recipes. Traditional cookbooks don't address proper muscle building nutrition.