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    questions about the stickies

    1. what fruits could you eat on the cutting cycle (mentions there are a few....apples probably)?
    2. 1/2 cup rice or oatmeal, is that measured BEFORE it is cooked or AFTER?
    3. why is it that fibrous veggies are not counted? I know it says their negligible....is that because they're not a complex carb?

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    Quote Originally Posted by dragon69
    1. what fruits could you eat on the cutting cycle (mentions there are a few....apples probably)?
    2. 1/2 cup rice or oatmeal, is that measured BEFORE it is cooked or AFTER?
    3. why is it that fibrous veggies are not counted? I know it says their negligible....is that because they're not a complex carb?
    1. I wouldn't personally eat any fruit if on a cutting cycle, or keep it too a minimum.
    2. 1/2 cup is measured before cooking.
    3. correct. Try and get as much green beans, brocolli, etc as you can.

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    actually any really sour fruits such as lemons limes grapefruits(NOT RIPE)
    any fruit that is sweet obviously contains much fructose and thus is BAD

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    thanks. A couple more please
    1. Any problem with using hot sauce for flavour (I like it)?
    2. I have usually avoided them, but open reading the label (whole wheat, soyabean oil,salt) wonder if TRISCUTS are something I can eat. I have a family event every 1-2 weeks and there's so much I can't eat. I'd like to be able to eat at least something there.
    3. What is the CURRENT view on pasta (I usually limit it or avoid) and cutting?

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    Quote Originally Posted by dragon69
    thanks. A couple more please
    1. Any problem with using hot sauce for flavour (I like it)? Not unless it has added sugar.. can even be thermogenic
    2. I have usually avoided them, but open reading the label (whole wheat, soyabean oil,salt) wonder if TRISCUTS are something I can eat. I have a family event every 1-2 weeks and there's so much I can't eat. I'd like to be able to eat at least something there. Not my first pick by anymeans...3. What is the CURRENT view on pasta (I usually limit it or avoid) and cutting?
    very carb dense and moderate to high GI so best time is PPWO usually

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    anyone?

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    thanks, just what I thought too

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    Quote Originally Posted by taiboxa
    any fruit that is sweet obviously contains much fructose and thus is BAD
    Do strawberries fall into this catagory. I know they are lower GI.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Justin Sane
    Do strawberries fall into this catagory. I know they are lower GI.
    berry's are suppose to be low on GI due to like fiber and lil nuts and stuff slowing down digestion and their composition but IMO they are still very sugary... just a slower sugar =\

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    Quote Originally Posted by taiboxa
    berry's are suppose to be low on GI due to like fiber and lil nuts and stuff slowing down digestion and their composition but IMO they are still very sugary... just a slower sugar =\
    thanks.

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    ....too much fruit can make you fart lots too

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