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Old 08-02-2013, 06:13 PM   #15 (permalink)
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livers, hearts, and fats... mixed with greens and rice If can get it fresh Salmon the total portion of food should be no bigger than her head is in volume, pretty close to stomach size. Feed a slight calorie burner before and the meal after the work out.

rice is your filler, potatoes work well.. don't over do it with the liver and hearts. There is also beef hearts and livers gather your beef fats from butcher as well. Nothing builds blood cells naturally like liver and heart. use other meat too, its just those two things are full of amino acids, vitamins and proteins not found anywhere else.

Thats unprocessed foods... I believe surfer left some good hints on the JTP thread: The Dogs ... as well.
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