A) primary goal would be add muscle as healthy as possible
B) my current diet is absolutely terrible, usual end the day witth a packet of biscuits and or cake, crave the simple carbs at night
C)training, boxed for 10years so the weights eould only have been done on and off, finished the boxing so much more time for d weights, gave hp mass a good go before Christmas struggled with the volume but strenght did increase especially on upper body lifts
D) yep dont mind investing a bit in supplements if thete of benefit[/quote]
On my phone now, i’ll try to check back later. But i’d say you answered your own question–“terrible diet”. Your words. How complicated do you have to make it to stop eating shit at night? There is absolutely no need for a special diet for you–you need to make the right choices before you worry about low carb/carb cycling/anabolic diet, or anything else. Those diets are designed for people who are already eating healthy good things, and not eating crap. This is like the guy (this just happened like a day ago) asking me what supplements he needs to get and anserring my “how often do you train?” question with “well I havent been to the gym in a month”.
Stop eating shit. If you can make it a month with esting only real, healthy non-processed food, along,with fruits and veggies, and potatoes/rice, then you’re ready to take the step into specific diets.