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sorry - Udo's question

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2007/06/07 20:21:26 (permalink)

sorry - Udo's question

Have bought Udo's to temporarily supplement my diet, and have a couple of questions -

1) if the fats aren't to be heated, is it still ok to add to oats? I was thinking of adding them to my porridge in the mornings.

2) udo's + Cottage cheese before bed - a good idea?

3) how much is recommended - I know it's person/diet specific, so according to the box, 3 desert spoons = 270 calories, so 1 teaspoon is roughly 90. Was thinking of having 1tsp in the morning and 1 before bed...

I feel stupid, but thanks
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    RE: sorry - Udo's question 2007/06/08 09:40:49 (permalink)
    1 - yep, add it to anything that's already cooked, just don't cook with it
    2 - so long as it fits in with the rest of your diet
    3 - basic recommendation we give is 15ml per 25kg bodyweight as this is where from experience we've noted the best results - but this goes up or down depending on the person metabolism and diet
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    RE: sorry - Udo's question 2007/06/09 01:14:06 (permalink)
    thanks Tony.

    I'm around 55kg, and plan to have 1 teaspoon in the morning and 1 in the evening.

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    RE: sorry - Udo's question 2007/06/11 10:06:37 (permalink)
    Ok - but bear in mind that's only about 10g a day, which IMO is a very low start point for anyone trying to get benefit from efas. However, depending on your diet this may be just what you need, dunno
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