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    Greens with pro/fat meal

    Would it be ok to have green beans or salad with a pro fat meal???????

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    God no!...how do you think people get fat? it's from all those green beans they eat with chicken and olive oil.

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    haha! i guess its a go

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    Quote Originally Posted by getbig888
    Would it be ok to have green beans or salad with a pro fat meal???????

    As in a chicken salad? Not a problem at all, i have implemented some salad into my dietary approach and i can say it has done nothing but good. I use the chicken for protein of course and the cheese and bacon as the fat.

    Of course this is not a huge salad, i actually get it at Arby's and just have them put grilled chicken on it. I have been doing this once a week, kinda switches things up.

    And of course you wanna make sure to include greens in your diet, especially fiber rich veggies.

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    in the cutting sticky it says to have a meal of just protein and veggies/ but i dont see many of you taking that approach so that is why i asked. also you say your eating cheese and bacon in your diet. is this while your cutting?

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    Quote Originally Posted by getbig888
    in the cutting sticky it says to have a meal of just protein and veggies/ but i dont see many of you taking that approach so that is why i asked. also you say your eating cheese and bacon in your diet. is this while your cutting?
    Yeah, i am cutting..but remember i said this is maybe once a week if at all. I use it just to switch things up from time to time. I never have just a pro/veg meal...does it say that? I cannot remember off the top of my head.

    Either pro/fat or pro/carb for me.

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    yea it says meal 3 is lean protein/veggies.

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    i wouldnt use cheese as a fat in my pro.fat meals...

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    D, why not? I use full fat american cheese in my omelettes and I'm cutting and haven't seen any ill effects whatsoever in the past couple of weeks. In fact, I'm still cutting up. About 10 g of fat and less than 1 g of carbs (meaning, none of those lactic sugars that make you all puffy and also, it keeps the "pro/fat" label intact, if you know what I mean). Swolecat and bigs actually mentioned full-fat cheese on another thread around here and the benefits of using it in pro/fat meals. But that's the only "dairy" product I'll ever go near--cutting or not. The rest of that stuff is just filled with carbs and nastiness that I'd rather not mention.

    Let me know

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    I see no problem with it personally but i cannot stress enough how little of it is on this salad and i do not make this a habit.

    I would never even think to include cheese into a cutting diet on a normal basis.

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    Quote Originally Posted by getbig888
    yea it says meal 3 is lean protein/veggies.
    Lean Protein can = something like steak which alone is a pro/fat meal. I mix veggies in with one of my pro/fat meals daily. The carbs in veggies really don't make a difference simply b/c they are mostly fiber and don't do anything to blood sugar levels.

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    My favorite veggies are:

    Brocoli, Spinach, Romaine Lettuce

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    Mine would be green beans, brocolli, mustard greens...

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    Quote Originally Posted by muriloninja
    Mine would be green beans, brocolli, mustard greens...

    Oo i like mustard greens too

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    I've never had mustard greens. What are those?

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    Real cheese rules.

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    I've heard you mention "real" cheese b4. What do you mean by that?

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    Quote Originally Posted by bor
    I've heard you mention "real" cheese b4. What do you mean by that?


    ***turns head and covers mouth****

    psst... he is talking about government issued cheese.




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    cheese can be implemented in a cutting diet as was said, the key is to make sure you are balancing out your overall lipid profile with healthier fats throughout the day. I personally love swiss and cheddar on my egg whites.

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    Real cheese = real cheese.

    No processed cheese "food", no low-fat or non-fat cheese, just real full fat cheese.

    (has no carbs/sugars/etc.)

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    For example a piece of "ementaler"?

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    old cheddar cheese?

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    what about all the saturated fat in real cheese?

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    Fromunder cheese?

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    Quote Originally Posted by G-Force
    what about all the saturated fat in real cheese?
    That's not a problem. You need saturated fats. Incorporating them into a pro/fat meal is the best way to go.

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