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    On a 80/20 paleo diet.
    I'm a student constantly on the go, so I mostly eat paleo, but not 100 percent of the time.
    Would like to know the nutritional value of cured sausage containing:
    pork, pork giblets, natural casing, cayenne, chili, salt, and pepper.

    The sausage
    Contains NO: nitrates, gluten, conservation agents, dairy or nuts

    Calories, carbs, proteins?
    Good to eat or bad?

  • #2
    this might be hard for someone to answer. you can use this website as a basis. all the natural peppers are fine and make sure use sea salt

    Calorie Counter | Free Online Diet Program | Nutrition Data

    i went primal in feb 2010
    200lbs
    37% body fat
    38-40 waist

    1 year to the day
    140lbs
    7.8% body fat
    29 waist

    currently
    137lbs
    7% body fat
    29 waist

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    • #3
      I don't see anything in that ingredient list that wouldn't be unacceptable on its own.
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      • #4
        i found it. here is what is says and the link. again man this is the best your going to get. nobody knows forsure whats in it.
        Calories in Beef, Cured, Sausage

        Nutrition Facts
        Serving Size 11.00000 sausage (43.0 g)

        Calories 134

        Total Fat 11.6
        Saturated Fat 4.9
        Polyunsaturated Fat 0.5g
        Monounsaturated Fat 5.6g
        Total Carbohydrates 1.0g
        Protein 6.1g

        Calories in Beef, Cured, Sausage | Nutrition Facts and Information

        i went primal in feb 2010
        200lbs
        37% body fat
        38-40 waist

        1 year to the day
        140lbs
        7.8% body fat
        29 waist

        currently
        137lbs
        7% body fat
        29 waist

        Comment


        • #5
          Originally posted by mattkarpman View Post
          On a 80/20 paleo diet.
          I'm a student constantly on the go, so I mostly eat paleo, but not 100 percent of the time.
          Would like to know the nutritional value of cured sausage containing:
          pork, pork giblets, natural casing, cayenne, chili, salt, and pepper.

          The sausage
          Contains NO: nitrates, gluten, conservation agents, dairy or nuts

          Calories, carbs, proteins?
          Good to eat or bad?
          Pork giblets? I never knew a pig had giblets! I thought only birds had those:

          Giblets - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

          Maybe they mean pig's offal but they don't want to put people off as some people have trouble with the idea of organs.

          I'd eat that. Meat, "natural casing" (I take it they mean it's made from the animal's intestine not some "edible" plastic or something), and some (properly named) spices. There's nothing there I'd worry about—and that's not true of so many ready-made foods.

          I don't think the percentage of macronutrients matters. Nor the calories. Eat "as part of a balanced diet" as they say.

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