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I started getting into weight training recently and feel and look great, but I do feel that I am reaching a limit and that I should be doing more if I want to continue to develop. I am sure that diet would help enormously. What's the best diet for weight training? Can you point me in the right direction?

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There are a number of different schools of thought when it comes to diets for weight training, but I think that you should read about this yourself and come to your own conclusions. There is this About site about weight training diets that I like, and you can find it at http://sportsmedicine.about.com/od/sportsnutrition/a/Food_Strength.htm.
Perhaps you would like to have a look around there and see if you can pick up any useful tips. Good luck with the bodybuilding!
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As far as I know Diet differs from person to person, the weight, height, workout regime etc. Most of the good gyms have their own dietician and they can guide you accordingly.
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lots of proteins - best are animal proteins - in that case meat - chicken meat, veal, fish are the best. Egg whites also contains lots of proteins, but also beans and tofu if you are vegan.
After training - 15 minutes after - eat sugary food (fruit, bananas, raisins etc.) but an hour or hour and proteins again. When I was on bodybuilding diet, I really got sick of chicken, so try to make your diet as diverse as possible.
Also, protein shakes are fine (max 2 servings per day). Lots of fluid - water is best - and of course you do need to know that alcohol or marijuana are a no-no .. there are no one beer today - no beer at all! Now and then a glass of wine, but it is best f you avoid it completely in the first place.
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