There is this rumor going around that you need to eat nothing but proteins when you are trying to build muscle. This is all wrong, you eat what you eat when you eat it, as many times you want to eat it, and that is the plain truth of it all, you do not need to cut out rice, potatoes, or anything meaty, in fact you do not need to cut out anything. All you need to do is to burn the carbohydrates that you eat, because as we all know, stored carbohydrates turns into energy, and unused energy turns in to fat.
The fact is that you do really need everything in all foods for you body to keep work, you do not need to eat less of anything, though you do need to watch your trans fat intake, though you do not need to cut it out of your diet totally. You need to eat at least five meals a day, and if you plan to build good muscle you need to make at least three of those meals good sized meals. You need to watch your intake of trans fatty acids and you need to check the amount of carbohydrates you take in, so you that you know how many carbohydrates you need to burn the next time you work out. The trick would be for you to work out as much as you can. We all know the saying that you need to give your body time to heal; well it is that healing time that sends your muscles in the workout pains you get after the second day. If you workout with everything you have on the first day and leave it for a day you muscle will pain.
The fact is, and it is a proven fact, that if you work out parts of your body on a daily basis, your pain factor will last as long as your warm up, and it will not be very painful. You do not need to work the same body parts on a daily basis in fact it is suggested that you do not, as any workout you choose will in an indirect way work out all the part of you body anyway, which keeps your entire body wormed up all day, everyday. Even though you do now need to cut out anything from your diet, watching what you eat will alleviate some of the workout pains your first time around.