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    Thoughts on Granola?

    So I just bought a big ol bag of granola and I was wondering what some educated opinions have to say about the stuff. I found the gi to be an average about 60, and it has a TON of carbs per cup which is good for me as a snack food during long days. Its cold outside now so I mind as well start bulking. It has a bit of sugar per cup too but I am not too worried about that as I said I'm trying to bulk a bit. I am 180 and I would love to get to 190 by new years while gaining almost no fat.

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    I swear I have a talent for making threads to which no one replies.

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    Lets hear the macros

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    whats up bro, i eat granola every morning with yogurt.. i buy the healthy granola you know.. not just any joe granola.. and if you are trying to bulk then its perfect.. but to be realistic when bulking you do gain fat.. its just how it goes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pasha View Post
    whats up bro, i eat granola every morning with yogurt.. i buy the healthy granola you know.. not just any joe granola.. and if you are trying to bulk then its perfect.. but to be realistic when bulking you do gain fat.. its just how it goes.
    Not always the case.

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    Depends on the quality, macros, etc. To be honest, i'd make my own. Then you have complete control over the macros, and without any added bs.

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