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    NYC chicken and rice with white sauce and hot sauce. mmmmmm.
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    BBQ pork sandwich, cheese fries and a sweet tea

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    Pork Tenderloin "Rosa di Parma"
    Garlic mashed potatoes
    Roasted garlic/parm asparagus

    Would have taken a pic but it is all gone

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    With a week of Rice and Chicken, i decided to get a little loose today with a Homemade pizza!

    - Tabasco marinated chicken
    - bacon
    - green pepper
    - white and red onion
    - mozzarella and cheddar cheese
    - homemade sauce : Heinz chili sauce + BBQ sauce + Chipotle sauce.


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    Philly Chicken Sausage Bacon Cheesesteak topped with Lettuce Tomato and French Fries:




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    Philly Chicken Sausage Bacon Cheesesteak topped with Lettuce Tomato and French Fries:



    man, so you dont worry about like cholesterol? not a cut-down, ill always hold a place in my heart an diet for a good cheesesteak, but i just mean in general.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DownToBusiness View Post
    Philly Chicken Sausage Bacon Cheesesteak topped with Lettuce Tomato and French Fries:



    man, so you dont worry about like cholesterol? not a cut-down, ill always hold a place in my heart an diet for a good cheesesteak, but i just mean in general.
    I treat myself once a week to a meal of whatever i want, i highly doubt one steak a week will kill your cholesterol.
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    If you eat soluble fiber, like beans, apples, oats, ect, you'll reduce bad cholesterol. It is the easiest way to keep cholesterol under wraps.
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    Ok, I just never know with that kind of stuff cuz a health class i took for my minor talked about how cholesterol isn't a recommended/required part of any diet, unlike sat-fats an whatever that are bad for you, but you still need at least a little of. Didn't know if anyone was trying really shy away from em or if they're unavoidable.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DownToBusiness View Post
    Ok, I just never know with that kind of stuff cuz a health class i took for my minor talked about how cholesterol isn't a recommended/required part of any diet, unlike sat-fats an whatever that are bad for you, but you still need at least a little of. Didn't know if anyone was trying really shy away from em or if they're unavoidable.
    Whoever teachs your health class should be shot.
    Dietary Cholesterol is perfectly fine, and to avoid cholesterol and sat fats unless you have a specfic health disease is ludicrous.

    Tell your professor to go read PUBMED for a while and he will understand true logic

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    "A meta-analysis of prospective epidemiologic studies [involving 347,747 subjects] showed that there is no significant evidence for concluding that dietary saturated fat is associated with an increased risk of CHD or CVD."

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    Cholesterol intake and plasma cholesterol: an update.

    "The misperception that dietary cholesterol determines blood cholesterol is held by many consumers in spite of evidence to the contrary. Many studies reported over the past 2 years have shown that dietary cholesterol is not a significant factor in an individual's plasma cholesterol level or cardiovascular disease (CVD) risk. Reports from the Lipid Research Clinics Research Prevalence Study and the Framingham Heart Study have shown that dietary cholesterol is not related to either blood cholesterol or heart disease deaths. In a similar manner, 10 clinical trials (1994 to 1996) of the effects of dietary cholesterol on blood lipids and lipoproteins indicate that addition of an egg or two a day to a low-fat diet has little if any effect on blood cholesterol levels. This observation was noted in young men and women with normal cholesterol levels as well as older subjects with elevated plasms cholesterol concentrations."

    http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/16340654
    Dietary cholesterol provided by eggs and plasma lipoproteins in healthy populations.

    "We need to acknowledge that diverse healthy populations experience no risk in developing coronary heart disease by increasing their intake of cholesterol but, in contrast, they may have multiple beneficial effects by the inclusion of eggs in their regular diet."

    http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/7310532
    Influence of dietary cholesterol and fat on serum lipids in men.

    "Change in cholesterol intake related to addition or deletion of two eggs in the daily diet had no significant effect on serum triglycerides, high density lipoprotein cholesterol, or relative lipoprotein concentrations."


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    Trying to stay away from cooking/denaturing my whey lately (I know it might not affect bioavailability, but just playin it safe). Anyone got any good/weird ideas that do this?

    Part or the rest of the meal can be cooked or whatever, just not the actual whey if it can be helped.

    Don't have a pic, but the best thing iv come up with so far was a muffin with pretty-thick whey+water mix spooned in after cooking. This should give you an idea of what im goin for lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by DownToBusiness View Post
    Trying to stay away from cooking/denaturing my whey lately (I know it might not affect bioavailability, but just playin it safe). Anyone got any good/weird ideas that do this?

    Part or the rest of the meal can be cooked or whatever, just not the actual whey if it can be helped.

    Don't have a pic, but the best thing iv come up with so far was a muffin with pretty-thick whey+water mix spooned in after cooking. This should give you an idea of what im goin for lol
    It doesnt matter if its denatured or not, protein gets denatures when you digest it anyway

    Dare ya to e-mail Layne Norton (Biolayne@yahoo.com) about denaturing whey protein and how it has little/no negative benefits compared to having it right out of the tub
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    Quote Originally Posted by LayzieBone085 View Post
    It doesnt matter if its denatured or not, protein gets denatures when you digest it anyway

    Dare ya to e-mail Layne Norton (Biolayne@yahoo.com) about denaturing whey protein and how it has little/no negative benefits compared to having it right out of the tub
    Norton is good for no-nonsense info like that. But personally, I don't get any fancier with my protein powders than adding it to milk and drinking it cold.

    What are you cooking and adding your whey to?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Abaddon View Post
    Norton is good for no-nonsense info like that. But personally, I don't get any fancier with my protein powders than adding it to milk and drinking it cold.

    What are you cooking and adding your whey to?
    Oatmeal
    Bread , Muffin, Cake, Cheesecake etc Recipes I use for baking.

    I also make Sludge (Protein Powder + Greek Yogurt) as toppings for my things I bake which you can see in here.
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    Bacon Donut:



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    hmmm... bacon donut review? lol

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    Homemade Carmel Corn:



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    Quote Originally Posted by LayzieBone085 View Post
    Simply put.

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    my cheat meal for the week

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    Just a little brekkie...

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    Buddy sent me a bunch of quest bars, been trying them out crushed up on top of oatmeal.

    Yes that is an 8 cup bowl I am the master of volume with using 100g of dry oats!





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    A favorite post workout meal of mine. Chipolte steak fajita bowl.
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    ^^^ Mmmmm this looks so good
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