Here’s the BEST Whole Foods to Put on Lean Muscle When it comes to whole foods, here are my faves. First up, brussel sprouts: Each one has 1 gram of protein and a high source of Vitamin C and Vitamin A. Next up are white potatoes: They’re a great source of potassium which will help you put on lean muscle mass. Then we got kale: This is a great source of Vitamin C, A and potassium, so this will help you put on serious muscle. Now we got beets: It’ll help you stay young, and it’s a great nitric oxide which will give you better blood flow and help you lift more in the gym. Finally, avocados: They’re a healthy fat which helps with testosterone production, and has lots of potassium, too. If you want to put on more lean muscle like myself, comment “VEGAN MUSCLE” below and I’ll help you out!
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