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    Cheese

    Does anyone know how much calories,fat and protein is in 1 slice of white american cheese?

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    Depends on the size/thickness (weight) of the slice.

    Did it come in a package w/the information per slice? Cheese I get always does.

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    no...thats a good idea though. I got it fresh from the Deli. Im pretty sure its the same size and weight as one you would get in the square packages though.

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    As a guide this is what Calorie King Says for standard Cheddar cheese:

    For 100grams:

    Calories 403 ( Kilojoules 1685 )

    Total Fat 33.1g
    Saturated Fat 21g
    Cholesterol 105 mg
    Sodium 621mg
    Total Carbohydrates 1.3g
    Dietary Fiber 0g
    Sugars -
    Protein 24.9g
    Calcium 721.3mg
    Potassium 98.4mg
    Note: A dash indicates no data is available

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    i doubt one square slice of american cheese is gonna have 400 calories like 100g of cheddar.

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    80 to 100 calories 5-8 protein, 5-8 fat, 0 Carbs is typical of a slice of cheese.

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    Can eating cheese be part of a nutritional factor for your daily protein intake?

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    Quote Originally Posted by BigPimpin76
    Can eating cheese be part of a nutritional factor for your daily protein intake?
    i would say yes...the protein is whey and casein (mostly casein i believe) which has very good bioavailability and stays in your system very long.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BigPimpin76
    Can eating cheese be part of a nutritional factor for your daily protein intake?

    contains alot of sat fat though so be careful not to over do it

    i add it to my omlette's sometimes

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    Quote Originally Posted by G-Force
    contains alot of sat fat though so be careful not to over do it

    i add it to my omlette's sometimes
    Great way to get more cheese is to use Part Skim Mozzerella, damn good too.

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    fat free cheddar in my morning egg whites adds some flavor and a second slower digesting form of protein

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    Here is the breakdown of the slices I buy.

    serving size 1 slice

    cal 70
    pro 4g
    carb 0
    fat 7g

    I eat 2 slices with my egg whites every morning.

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