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    Quote Originally Posted by Twibble View Post
    Because egg yolks aren't extremely nutritionally dense? What would you suggest that would be just as cheap?
    Yeah, the only thing that might beat out the egg yolk is a liver shake.

    Anyhow its always fun seeing a 2+ year old thread revived. It's funny cause seeing Dr. Bork Bork's recent posts you can tell she is well past any unfounded fears of saturated fat
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    I make my own vanilla using vodka as a base, a friend does hers using rum. They would give just enough of an alcoholic 'kick' to make this a prime nog.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Twibble View Post
    Because egg yolks aren't extremely nutritionally dense? What would you suggest that would be just as cheap?
    Well instead of the half pint of cream, maybe adding some vegetables would help

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    Quote Originally Posted by sakura_girl View Post
    Well instead of the half pint of cream, maybe adding some vegetables would help
    I think you're missing the entire point of egg nog. LOL.

    And thanks, Neckhammer!

    ETA: laughing that this thread got resurrected almost exactly 2 years to the day.
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    Funny old thread.

    However, this super nog does have a lot of calories. So if you are trying to lose weight or if you have trouble maintaining, I'd make this a Holiday treat. Cream is AWESOME, but extremely calorie dense.

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    Man that super nog sounds so decadent...I wonder how it will taste with coconut milk...

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    Quote Originally Posted by bob loblaw View Post
    Funny old thread.

    However, this super nog does have a lot of calories. So if you are trying to lose weight or if you have trouble maintaining, I'd make this a Holiday treat. Cream is AWESOME, but extremely calorie dense.
    Meal replacement to be sure. Especially if you are IF'ing. Talk about a fat bomb!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dr. Bork Bork View Post
    I think you're missing the entire point of egg nog. LOL.
    lol! That is true. But if you work out often enough, the egg nog treat becomes a staple. But meh, if you did well on it, I shouldn't really say anything XD

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    "Super nog" is similar to Dr Peter Attia's "fat shake" that he eats in the morning for energy (and he's super thin in the waist).

    "In a blender: 8 oz heavy whipping cream, 8 oz sugar-free almond milk; 25 gm sugar-free hydrolyzed whey protein, 2-3 frozen strawberries"
    What I actually eat The Eating Academy | Peter Attia, M.D. The Eating Academy | Peter Attia, M.D.

    Post workout I now either go for 1) a medium-done steak cooked in butter, with extra butter on top, or 2) a egg/cream fat shake (if on the go). BTW I don't really understand the "no fat after workout" rule. Fat is the energy, if I don't eat fat I die.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dr. Bork Bork View Post
    So on another weight loss/health forum I'm on, I mentioned my "Super Nog" as a way to get 1200 cals pretty much instantly, with plenty of protein, and not feel hungry all day long. My super nog contains a half pint of heavy whipping cream, 6 eggs, vanilla, and nutmeg. A few days ago, I asked on here if HWC was a good choice for fats, and the general consensus was "Yum, go for it!", but I got knocked down on this other forum for mentioning it b/c it's loaded with saturated fat.
    Is my super nog bad? I thought it was the perfect post-workout snack/meal with all of its protein, virtually nonexistent carbs, and delicious fat.
    You have over 4,000 posts and are asking if saturated fat is bad? You now it's not... sounds like that other forum needs a lesson from you. That nog sounds awesome... what do you eat the rest of the day?

    Oh... haha! Didn't realize this thread was two years old... lol. I was like "what Dr. Bork Bork?!!" lol

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