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    new encyclopedia of mod. bb covers it

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    Armolds book; protein shake - juice or milk, safflower oil, eggs, lecithin grans milk and egg protein powder - blend and drink... Glad protien supps have come along way and would taste better than this!
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    Quote Originally Posted by fredh da star View Post
    "Milk is for babies, when you grow up you have to drink beer"

    -Arnold
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    RIC DRASIN HAS LOTS OF INFO ON HIS YOU TUBE CHANNEL, WITH LOTS OF 60S 7OS 80S BODYBUILDERS . HIGH PROTEIN LOW CARBS.......................

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    Here is a cool 70's website:

    www.70sbig.com

    Here is a diet article from Greg Long called the 180 diet:

    http://www.universalusa.com/Communit...s/The-180-Diet

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    '60's and '70's used high fat high protein. West coast at Vinces Gym promoted Blair protein with heavy cream stirred with a fork to blend 2-3 times a day.

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    What was interesting was Sergio Oliva's diet: pizza, sodas, hotdogs, pies, etc.
    Mentzer was also known for eating candybars and ice cream even getting ready for contests.

    Those two were known to go against the grain, with what was the typical 60s-70s diet of high protein, low carbs.
    I also read this 60s bb never used to follow the "health" foods promoted back then, I think his name was freddy ortiz.

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