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    Calorie-dense foods for bulking?

    Hello all,

    I'm trying to bulk. I have a pretty hefty amount of cardio (biking) built into my routine because it's the cheapest form of travel available to me. As a result, I'm having difficulty hitting a caloric surplus, in terms of physically being able to choke down enough food each meal.

    What are some good, cheap, calorie-dense foods that can be eaten quickly and easily for a nice boost in caloric intake? Peanut butter I know, and have added alot of that to my diet. What else is there?
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    a search would yield an ample amount of results
    Ditch your meal plan and develop a diet that combines sound nutrition with the foods you enjoy by eating when you see fit in the portions that allow you to achieve your macronutrient and caloric needs while providing sufficient micronutrients, energy and satiety. One can never forget that nutrition is a tool, not a restraint; the enjoyment of life should always come first. Psychological, sociological and emotional health should never be threatened by the attempt to increase physiological health.
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    Originally Posted by CapitalSigma View Post
    Hello all,

    I'm trying to bulk. I have a pretty hefty amount of cardio (biking) built into my routine because it's the cheapest form of travel available to me. As a result, I'm having difficulty hitting a caloric surplus, in terms of physically being able to choke down enough food each meal.

    What are some good, cheap, calorie-dense foods that can be eaten quickly and easily for a nice boost in caloric intake? Peanut butter I know, and have added alot of that to my diet. What else is there?
    Calorie Dense Foods-Oatmeal, Whole Eggs, Beef, Brown Rice/Pasta, PB, Olive Oil, Whole Milk, etc...
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    oils, nuts, nut butters, dried fruit, eggs, cheese, pasta, rice, potatoes, oats, etc
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    Put cheese on everything!!! cheese is boss! Or Ice cream, butters, etc..
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    couple TBSP of Peanut Butter a few times a day will add up REAL QUICK. a heaping tablespoon of peanut butter is about 100 calories. eat 2 of these a few times a day, especially if you are short on dietary fat.
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    Peanut butter, whole milk, whole cheese, nuts, ice cream, fatty cuts of meat. Anything with fat is going to be king in terms of caloric density.
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    Originally Posted by BDeblo View Post
    a search would yield an ample amount of results
    and yet we bite on another thread that has been repeated over and over again
    Ditch your meal plan and develop a diet that combines sound nutrition with the foods you enjoy by eating when you see fit in the portions that allow you to achieve your macronutrient and caloric needs while providing sufficient micronutrients, energy and satiety. One can never forget that nutrition is a tool, not a restraint; the enjoyment of life should always come first. Psychological, sociological and emotional health should never be threatened by the attempt to increase physiological health.
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