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Diet is key - you will read this time and time again on the forums and the reason why its mentioned so often is because it is true. AAS increases your recovery rate, but if you actually want to add some lean muscle into the mix you need to eat right. You also need to find what works best for your body - copying an IFBB pro's diet is great, but if your body doesn't respond to certain macro-nutrient ratios and wholefoods (which are high in lactose, example) then you are not optimizing your diet. Finding which foods work for you is takes time through increasing the understanding you have with your body. This will help you identify which foods you should eat at what time. It will also increase your understanding of your body's natural limit, while also understanding how your body reacts to carbs, protein and fat sources in order to reach your daily macro-nutrient intake limits.
Regardless of how much AAS compounds you pump yourself with, without proper nutrition the simple maintenance of the muscle mass you've worked hard over in the gym and resting will deplete. Therefore a subjective understanding of pre training nutrition in addition to post training nutrition should be fully understood to ensure your body is kept in an anabolic environment.
Nutrition Basics for Growth and Fat loss and YOUR Body
The lack of nutrition can make your cycle or training almost non-productive. I see a lot of guys talk about cycling and training but not too much on nutrition. Knowing the right foods is the most important thing when cycling on and OFF. I stress OFF because this is where the ball is dropped after the PCT. Knowing your body and the right foods to eat is the key to any successful training regimen with or without steroids.
Cycle History: ?
Your personal stats is the most important thing when it comes to running AAS compounds. If you visit any cycle log or forum post asking for cycle advice within the eroids forum you will always see a member ask for stats such as age, height, weight and body fat percentage to determine whether this person is eligible to take steroids or not.