When: Any regular meal
Why: The perfect protein, eggs are loaded with cholesterol, typically thought of as an evil food ingredient, but in reality, full of positive benefits, such as maintaining testosterone levels and the integrity of muscle cell membranes.
Subjects who ate three whole eggs per day while following a strength-training program produced twice the gains in muscle mass and strength than those who consumed just one egg or no eggs each day.
In studies, 640 milligrams per day of additional cholesterol from eggs decreased the amount of LDL (bad) cholesterol particles associated with atherosclerosis.
Amounts: 3 extra-large eggs: 255 calories, 21 g protein, 1 g carbs, 18 g fat
2. Organic Beef
When: Lunch or dinner
Why: This meat is important due to its protein content, cholesterol and saturated fat, all of which maintain high testosterone levels.
Organic beef has much higher levels of conjugated linoleic acid and omega-3 fatty acids than conventionally raised cattle, because organically raised cattle are primarily grass fed as opposed to grain fed.
CLA, a healthy fat, has been proven in numerous clinical trials to help shed bodyfat while helping to boost muscle mass and strength at the same time.
Amounts: 8 oz of 90% lean ground organic beef: 392 calories, 48 g protein, 0 g carbs, 22 g fat
When: Lunch or dinner
Why: It’s rich in the essential omega-3 fatty acids EPA and DHA (eicosapentaenoic and docosahexaenoic acids).
Subjects consuming higher levels of omega-3 fats reported greater muscle strength than those taking in lower levels of them.
Omega-3 fatty acids enhance insulin sensitivity, which boosts muscle protein synthesis (muscle growth) and increases glucose and amino acid uptake.
Omega-3s are readily burned for fuel, sparing muscle glycogen to keep muscles bigger. Additionally, omega-3s have been found to blunt muscle and joint breakdown, as well as enhance their recovery.
Omega-3s convert into beneficial prostaglandins, hormonelike substances that promote numerous processes in the body.
Amounts: 8 oz of Atlantic salmon: 416 calories, 45 g protein, 0 g carbs, 24 g fat
I'm a nursing graduate and I can recommend you some foods that can help you naturally achieve 'physical power'
1. eat spicy foods -- not necessarily a very hot one, but something that your taste can tolerate. spicy foods and its ingredients promote blood circulation and it dilates blood vessels. providing prolonged blood flow. even simple spicy additions like japanese wasabi when you eat sushi can help.
2. eat foods that are high in omega 3 -- especially tuna. they come in high quantities of good cholesterol (HDLs) and they are a good source of protein.
3. be stress-free -- nothing helps you than being stress free. a man full of stress is prone to depression and lacks sexual drive, he is prone to erectile dysfunction.
4. keep regular exercise
5. eat fruits, vegetabls and meat in a balanced way.