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    bigdogc is offline Associate Member
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    nature valley

    hello everyone, ive been doing a cutting diet for a month now. anyway, i really like these nature valley bars, the peanut butter ones. heres the contents
    Cal 180 (60 from fat)
    Fat- 7g (1g sat.)
    30g carb
    2 fiber, 11 sugar
    5g protein

    anyway, its probably bad for me but it just doesnt seem like it. i substitute it for one of my 6 small meals.

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    *Narkissos* is offline Anabolic Member
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    substitute it for a meal?

    impossible... you are only undermining your cutting diet

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    SwoleCat is offline AR Hall of Fame
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    Nature Valley Granola bars have no place in a cutting diet.

    They having nothing of any value for cutting purposes whatsoever.



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    tripmachine is offline Senior Member
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    Orange county, CA
    I know this is an old post but I was curious if these nature valley oats 'n honey bars are a decent thing to eat when hungry and my options are limited... I'm on a test/masteron cycle.... 500mg test e / week and 100mg mast eod.

    nature valley facts:
    180 cal
    total fat: 6g
    sat. fat: 0.5
    trans fat: 0
    sodium: 160mg
    carbs: 29g
    Dietary Fiber: 2g
    sugars: 11g
    protein: 4g

    Thanks for any thoughts on these.... or if these aren't the best choice maybe someone could point me in the right direction for a bar I could start buying?

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