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Old 05-07-2014, 09:15 AM
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Another good post, Eazy. Just wanted to add a few of my own points tho . . .

Most fruit juices are little more than sugar. Only drink them post workout, when they can actually be beneficial.

The fat in cheese can help to fill you up by slowing digestion. Being saturated fat it can also help maintain testosterone levels.

Just don't eat margarine - ever!

Most (not all) fat free products are loaded with sugar to make up for the lack of taste. Therefore, in my opinion, they are usually preferable to fat free versions. Check the labels.

Low intensity cardio will target, almost exclusively, your fat stores rather than stored glycogen. An added benefit is that low intensity cardio shouldn't make you hungry.
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