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    skribbble is offline Member
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    fat free cheese in a cut diet?

    IM currently cutting and was wondering if 2 pieces of fat free cheese would be good in a cut diet? Ive been having them with 6 egg whites, and a serving of turkey and oatmeal in my pro/carb meal in the morning. There is no fat whatsoever in the cheese, but there is 5 grams or protein. Good idea? im just wondering because its a dairy product and all. Let me know

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    When cutting I use cheese, but I use the FULL FAT variety. Lowfat and nonfat preparations have more carbs/sugars in them in a very horrid attempt to make up for taste.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SwoleCat
    When cutting I use cheese, but I use the FULL FAT variety. Lowfat and nonfat preparations have more carbs/sugars in them in a very horrid attempt to make up for taste.

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    well in this cheese there is 0 grams of sugar and 0 carbs. Ill double check the label but im almost 100% sure of it or else i woldnt of bought it. Also it tastes pretty good melted on egg whites

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    whats brandname?

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    The only fat free cheese I found that is decent is Borden (the amercian flavor)...it's got 2 carbs, 1 sugar 320mg sodium ...I don't eat it anymore because of that.

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    Fat free cheese never tastes right to me, it tastes like fat free plastic.



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    it would be a source of calcium if nothing else, which is vital for muscle contraction

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    Quote Originally Posted by SwoleCat
    Fat free cheese never tastes right to me, it tastes like fat free plastic.



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    ur right lol i tried a piece by it self EWWWW. When its melted on stuff it tastes pretty good thouhg so im content with it. easy way to get 5 grams of protein from 1 slice

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    lowest fat % cheese I have ever seen is 5% cheese and its delicious.

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    Part-Skim Low moisture Mozzerella is great. 5g of fat per serving about half of normal cheese but you still get all the flavor. Great with Eggs too.

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