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Steve Davis Bodybuilder

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Steve Davis Bodybuilder Diet

How to lose fat and preserve muscle the Rheo Blair way

Rheo H. Blair's protein-and-cream program was also use by major bodybuilders to cut fat while preserving muscle.

One of the more famous examples is well-known bodybuilder Steve Davis. Davis began Blair's program on April 15, 1967 , at 285 lbs. on a 5' 11" frame. He had a solid muscular base, but it was covered by a lot of excess fat.

After eight months on the Blair program, Davis was a ripped 195 lbs!

Blair's first action was to put Davis on a systematic diet. Davis consumed four to five protein meals a day, made from cup of protein powder mixed with cup of cream. He was allowed to use Blair's flavorings and a tiny bit of dietetic canned peaches or strawberries in the custard-like protein meal.

He also took a quart of certified raw milk each day and two or three eggs each day, cooked in the low-heat Blair method.

Davis would also have meat, usually in 4 oz. portions, two or three times a week.

Blair prescribed the following supplement regimen for Davis:

Liver Extract: 30 to 50 capsules per day

B-Complex: One capsule four times daily

Choline: 18 capsules a day

Peptain HCL: Five or six capsules at each meal.

Vitamin E: Five 200 IU capsules per day (1000 IU)

Vitamin C: Six capsules per day (3000 mg)

Calcium: Five per day.

Soybro: Five or more capsules per meal, averaging 30-60 per day

Between meals he took amino acid capsules.

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