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Low fat pizza?

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2005/07/22 16:30:44 (permalink)

Low fat pizza?

Are these alright for bulking or should they be classed as a cheat meal?

Cals: 800
Protein: 42
Carbs: 120
Fat: 14

Presumably the only problems are the high carb to protein ratio and the fact that they're not complex carbs?
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    shyguy2005
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    RE: Low fat pizza? 2005/07/22 16:32:18 (permalink)
    PROB SAY A CHEAT MEAL MATE.

    BUT BETTER THAN PIZZA HUT!
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    RE: Low fat pizza? 2005/07/22 16:43:04 (permalink)
    does that make 800 cals?
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    RE: Low fat pizza? 2005/07/22 16:48:32 (permalink)
    Probably not .. that's what the totals were roughly!
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    RE: Low fat pizza? 2005/07/22 16:53:05 (permalink)
    whole diet is key
    split up over the day, maded from home made quality produce and combined with a quality diet, it can be eaten everyday

    dripping in grease on a 1800 cal cut in one go? possibly not

    its the big picture rather than one compenent of a diet
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