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    Too much Guac?

    What is the right amount of guacamole because I eat it with everything; hamburgers, chicken, salads, etc. Also the same with asparagus. Do either one of these hinder weight loss?

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    As long as it's homemade, have at it. The store bought stuff usually contains some crap.
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    Yeah I make it myself. I was just worried about a guacamole vegetable state.

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    The right amount of guacamole is: All of it. Same for bacon.

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    How is this even a thread title.

    EAT the GUAC! And if you are not going to eat it... send it to me.
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    There is never too much guac.

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    Here's the deal with this diet. You eat real food to your hunger. As long as you are following hunger, you cannot have too much guacamole or whatever other real food. The worst case scenario is that all that guacamole will fill you up and you will eat less of something else.

    If you have trouble with hearing proper hunger signals and eat when you aren't hungry or overeat after you are full, then you have some other problem and need to find a means to fix that.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cori93437 View Post
    How is this even a thread title.

    EAT the GUAC! And if you are not going to eat it... send it to me.

    My baaaadd!!! Ha and deal my only problem is that I make so much guacamole my alvacados do not ripen fast enough.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tj_card View Post
    My baaaadd!!! Ha and deal my only problem is that I make so much guacamole my alvacados do not ripen fast enough.
    Try putting them in a brown paper bag along with an apple or banana for a couple of days.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sbhikes View Post
    Here's the deal with this diet. You eat real food to your hunger. As long as you are following hunger, you cannot have too much guacamole or whatever other real food. The worst case scenario is that all that guacamole will fill you up and you will eat less of something else.
    This X1000. Eat guacamole until you no longer want it.

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