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JAcket Potatos, Cheese, beans and loads of marg !

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2003/12/10 16:02:16 (permalink)

JAcket Potatos, Cheese, beans and loads of marg !

JAcket Potatos, Cheese, beans and loads of marg ! is this a good meal? will it help me increase mass? it has carbs and i think beans are protein, wot about lots or margarine? also cheese which is saturated fat but is it still OK? Would this be a good meal to eat every day?
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    shinobi
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    RE: JAcket Potatos, Cheese, beans and loads of marg ! 2003/12/10 20:02:27 (permalink)
    dont know about the rest of the guys' opinions on that recipe mate, but i definitely believe it will slap the mass on you! my brothers eat that same meal to keep their weight up (sometimes with a tin of tuna too) and they put on size and get stronger! i have it sometimes when theres not a lot in the fridge, or when im poor! anything with high calories will put mass on you, just make sure its the right kinda 'mass' and not 'ass' that you put on!
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    GymCatt
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    RE: JAcket Potatos, Cheese, beans and loads of marg ! 2003/12/10 20:38:01 (permalink)
    I would eat it but not every day. good food for bulking
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    RE: JAcket Potatos, Cheese, beans and loads of marg ! 2003/12/10 21:52:44 (permalink)
    yeah i often have can of tuna mixed with a can of beans and sausages. I normally lob a pot of cottage cheeese on a jacket potato too.
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    RE: JAcket Potatos, Cheese, beans and loads of marg ! 2003/12/11 12:50:40 (permalink)
    On personal preference I like low carb high protein meals, and high carb low protein meals.

    I don't try mix both because it messes with your intake, I don't even count protein with high carbs in with my diet.
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    RE: JAcket Potatos, Cheese, beans and loads of marg ! 2003/12/11 13:29:44 (permalink)
    yep, try adding a can of tuna to boost your protein
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    RE: JAcket Potatos, Cheese, beans and loads of marg ! 2003/12/12 10:16:40 (permalink)
    seems like a good meal to me - make sure your marg is olive or rapeseed based though
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    RE: JAcket Potatos, Cheese, beans and loads of marg ! 2003/12/12 20:35:42 (permalink)
    Hey I don't know a lot about this but was told that marg can actually have a negative effect on bb'ing?????? Can anyone shed some light on this or have I fallen for another myth. Think I may have read it in a leaflet that came with my maximuscle whey.
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    RE: JAcket Potatos, Cheese, beans and loads of marg ! 2003/12/14 10:00:45 (permalink)
    quote:
    Originally posted by Davey21

    Hey I don't know a lot about this but was told that marg can actually have a negative effect on bb'ing?????? Can anyone shed some light on this or have I fallen for another myth. Think I may have read it in a leaflet that came with my maximuscle whey.



    Most spreads are high in hydrogenated fats...not good.

    Opt for the types mentioned by James
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    RE: JAcket Potatos, Cheese, beans and loads of marg ! 2003/12/14 20:46:25 (permalink)
    Trans fats come from hydrogenated oils. They are man made fats caused by the hydrogenation process and there is some evidence to suggest that they cause certain forms of cancer.

    Basically steer clear of spreads or foods that contain hydrogenated oils.

    Best off with a little butter unless there is some hydrogenated oils in that.
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    RE: JAcket Potatos, Cheese, beans and loads of marg ! 2003/12/31 16:31:38 (permalink)
    hey wannagetbigger, do you have a recipe for this? cheers
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    RE: JAcket Potatos, Cheese, beans and loads of marg ! 2004/01/01 11:00:22 (permalink)
    quote:
    Originally posted by PJH20

    Trans fats come from hydrogenated oils. They are man made fats caused by the hydrogenation process and there is some evidence to suggest that they cause certain forms of cancer.

    Basically steer clear of spreads or foods that contain hydrogenated oils.

    Best off with a little butter unless there is some hydrogenated oils in that.


    Trans fats cause heart disease too.
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