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2007/06/16 21:36:19 (permalink)
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70 g's of fat

Its been suggested that I should follow a diet that allows for 70grams of fat a day.

What sort of this will provide this for me please

im thinking peanuts
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    Tomazi8
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    RE: 70 g's of fat 2007/06/16 21:38:26 (permalink)
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    Peanut butter
    almonds
    sesame seeds

    are my favourites but i think this should be in the D & N section ...
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    RE: 70 g's of fat 2007/06/16 21:41:03 (permalink)
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    well thats going to be easy enough as I like all of those, anyone esle eat different ones that they can add please.

    p.s cheers for pointing out this should be in another forum, im sure it will get moved now you commented but Im just generally asking what people eat for fats, not trying to piss anyone of by putting it in here are you going for moderator or something
    post edited by bones - 2007/06/16 21:43:45
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    RE: 70 g's of fat 2007/06/16 21:54:57 (permalink)
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    NO dude lol i just thought it might get more attention in the D+N section

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    RE: 70 g's of fat 2007/06/16 22:04:34 (permalink)
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    Taken from Toxic's 'Newbie' article...


    GOOD FATS (+EFAs)

    Olives
    Olive Oil
    Flax Seeds/Linseed
    Flax Oil
    Almonds
    Cashews
    Nut Butters (hazel/almond/cashew/peanut)
    Fatty Fish (kippers/sardines/mackerel/salmon)
    Avocados
    Nut Oils
    Columbus Eggs/DHA eggs
    Seeds
    Macadamia nuts
    UDOs Oil
    Fish Oils such as EPA oil and salmon oil
    (Please note cod liver oil by nature is low on O3)
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    RE: 70 g's of fat 2007/06/16 22:08:58 (permalink)
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    ORIGINAL: bones

    p.s cheers for pointing out this should be in another forum, im sure it will get moved now you commented but Im just generally asking what people eat for fats, not trying to piss anyone of by putting it in here are you going for moderator or something

    blimiey


    try lard or butter or chip fat
    post edited by mrplow - 2007/06/16 22:10:39
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    RE: 70 g's of fat 2007/06/16 22:27:11 (permalink)
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    didnt realise you had posted in here noname I thought you was trying to get me in the **** or something, soz. I should have checked first. My bad. Thanks for the post.
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    RE: 70 g's of fat 2007/06/16 22:27:48 (permalink)
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    yes thanks bruzer xx
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    RE: 70 g's of fat 2007/06/16 22:31:15 (permalink)
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    noname thats a fair old weight your squatting at 88kg's, how long has it taken you to acheive that
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    RE: 70 g's of fat 2007/06/16 22:34:40 (permalink)
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    ORIGINAL: bones

    noname thats a fair old weight your squatting at 88kg's, how long has it taken you to acheive that


    To be honest my squat is pretty pants really, well it is when compared to my other lifts.

    I made the big mistake of not weight training my legs for years and only started around November last year.

    My current best for reps is 120kg x 5
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