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2012/02/17 00:10:19 (permalink)

Baby food

As i was watching rise of a foot soldier the bit were hes training hard and he uses baby food for more protein. Does anyone else do this are they actually full of good protein. When mykidwas a baby i did notice some pots had around 15g of protein in one small pot
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    Re:Baby food 2012/02/17 00:14:35 (permalink)
    whether they are or not, i shan't be finding out. the smell alone turns my stomach.


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    Re:Baby food 2012/02/17 00:46:09 (permalink)
    i tried a sunday lunch one n thought it was better than the real thing
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    Re:Baby food 2012/02/17 00:50:30 (permalink)
    I often use baby deserts on my protein pancakes and love the stuff. Apple and pear desert being my favourite.
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    Re:Baby food 2012/02/17 10:20:28 (permalink)
    It was at that part of the film the early 90's not so many mrp and supps designed for bb available.
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    Re:Baby food 2012/02/17 11:34:53 (permalink)
    jw390898

    It was at that part of the film the early 90's not so many mrp and supps designed for bb available.


    Exactly... I used to eat the desert flavours back in the early 90's as the only "Protein Shakes" back in the day were Weider Weight Gain 4000 :)
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    Re:Baby food 2012/02/17 17:52:48 (permalink)
    adammichael

    i tried a sunday lunch one n thought it was better than the real thing

     
    OMG , my mum would go mental at that statement :)
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    Re:Baby food 2012/02/18 13:28:17 (permalink)
    ^lol
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    Re:Baby food 2012/02/18 15:58:00 (permalink)
    Most seem to be 2-5g per 100g. Hardly real high protein intake. Pint of milk would have double most pots, for half the price and better quality protein.
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