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    Question about cutting sticky at top....

    This portion i dont really understand.....i wrote in bold the sentence i dont understand ....



    2. Carbs- You are **** right, carbs. In a strict cutting diet the majority of your carbs should come in the form of PWO nutrition, and the remainder in breakfast. Fibrous veggies are a staple,-----is a staple supposed to be good or bad? And can somebody give me an example of some fibrous veggies if they are good? ------ but keep in mind that they don’t count towards intake, as they have negligible impacts on blood sugar levels. (Exceptions: Carrots, Peas) All high glycemic carbs outside of PWO should be avoided. The best sources of low GI carbs can be found in oatmeal and brown rice, as well as yams.
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    A staple means a constant part of a routine/protocol/approach.

    Brocolli, brussel sprouts, green beans, cabbage, asparagus.

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    Any green veggie is always a good bet to be very dense in fiber, well besides ice berg lettuce.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SwoleCat
    A staple means a constant part of a routine/protocol/approach.

    Brocolli, brussel sprouts, green beans, cabbage, asparagus.

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    brussel sprouts??? please dont tell me you eat those...?

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    Hell no, but they are acceptable!

    Actually, I had some that were really good one time. They were the "baby" variety, and were steamed so they broke apart. They were sweet instead of the usual bitter taste that comes w/bigger sprouts.

    They were covered w/melted butter and salt/pepper. I have to say that those particular ones were very good actually. Simply because they tasted nothing like brussel sprouts!

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    thanks guys, i really appreciate it, that clears up alot for me

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    oh wait, i forgot, these are low GI right?

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