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    Food Name / Amount Calories Fat Protein Carbs Better Choices
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    Bananas, raw
    Qty: 4.0 x 1 medium (7" to 7-7/8" long) (118g) 420 (7%) 2 g 5 g 108 g Weight Loss
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    Beef, variety meats and by-products, liver, cooked, braised
    Qty: 4.0 x 1 ounce (28g) 214 (4%) 6 g 33 g 6 g Weight Loss
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    Candies, chocolate, dark, 45-59% cacao solids
    Qty: 2.0 x 100 grams (100g) 1,086 (19%) 61 g 10 g 124 g Weight Loss
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    Coffee, brewed from grounds, prepared with tap water
    Qty: 4.0 x 1 cup (8 fl oz) (237g) 9 (0%) 0 g 1 g 0 g Weight Loss
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    Energy drink, RED BULL, with added caffeine, niacin, pantothenic acid, vitamins B6 and B12
    Qty: 36.0 x 1 ounce (28g) 454 (8%) 1 g 3 g 110 g Weight Loss
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    Gelatins, dry powder, unsweetened
    Qty: 2.5 x 1 ounce (28g) 234 (4%) 0 g 60 g 0 g Weight Loss
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    Grapes, red or green (European type, such as Thompson seedless), raw
    Qty: 8.0 x 1 ounce (28g) 155 (3%) 0 g 2 g 41 g Weight Loss
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    Ice creams, vanilla
    Qty: 28.0 x 1 ounce (28g) 1,623 (28%) 86 g 27 g 185 g Weight Loss
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    Kiwi fruit, (chinese gooseberries), fresh, raw
    Qty: 3.0 x 1 fruit without skin, medium (76g) 139 (2%) 1 g 3 g 33 g Weight Loss
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    Lamb, Australian, imported, fresh, leg, sirloin chops, boneless, separable lean and fat, trimmed to 1/8" fat, cooked, broiled
    Qty: 8.0 x 1 ounce (28g) 526 (9%) 31 g 58 g 0 g Weight Loss
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    Milk, lowfat, fluid, 1% milkfat, with added vitamin A
    Qty: 32.0 x 1 ounce (28g) 376 (7%) 9 g 30 g 47 g Weight Loss
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    Mollusks, oyster, eastern, canned
    Qty: 6.0 x 1 ounce (28g) 116 (2%) 4 g 12 g 7 g Weight Loss
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    Orange juice, raw
    Qty: 32.0 x 1 ounce (28g) 403 (7%) 2 g 6 g 93 g Weight Loss
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    Total Calories: 5756
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    Caloric Ratio Pyramid Caloric Ratio Pyramid
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    Carbs Fats Protein

    Nutrient Balance Score Nutrient Balance Indicator
    65
    Completeness Score

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    Protein Quality Protein Quality
    114
    Amino Acid Score

    324
    -2126
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    NUTRITION INFORMATION

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    Calorie Information
    Amounts Per Selected Serving
    %DV
    Calories
    5756
    (24099 kJ)
    288%
    From Carbohydrate
    2918
    (12217 kJ)

    From Fat
    1825
    (7641 kJ)

    From Protein
    1014
    (4245 kJ)

    From Alcohol
    ~0.0
    (0.0 kJ)


    Carbohydrates
    Amounts Per Selected Serving
    %DV
    Total Carbohydrate
    753
    g
    251%
    Dietary Fiber
    42.4
    g
    170%
    Starch
    ~25.4
    g

    Sugars
    598
    g


    Fats & Fatty Acids
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    %DV
    Total Fat
    203
    g
    313%
    Saturated Fat
    114
    g
    571%
    Monounsaturated Fat
    59.2
    g

    Polyunsaturated Fat
    10.8
    g

    Total trans fatty acids
    ~0.5
    g

    Total trans-monoenoic fatty acids
    ~0.2
    g

    Total trans-polyenoic fatty acids
    ~0.0
    g

    Total Omega-3 fatty acids
    ~3225
    mg

    Total Omega-6 fatty acids
    ~6478
    mg

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    Protein & Amino Acids
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    %DV
    Protein
    249
    g
    497%

    Vitamins
    Amounts Per Selected Serving
    %DV
    Vitamin A
    ~43627
    IU
    ~873%
    Vitamin C
    ~740
    mg
    ~1233%
    Vitamin D
    ~466
    IU
    ~116%
    Vitamin E (Alpha Tocopherol)
    ~9.1
    mg
    ~46%
    Vitamin K
    ~152
    mcg
    ~190%
    Thiamin
    2.9
    mg
    192%
    Riboflavin
    16.1
    mg
    949%
    Niacin
    133
    mg
    663%
    Vitamin B6
    13.9
    mg
    696%
    Folate
    ~847
    mcg
    ~212%
    Vitamin B12
    143
    mcg
    2385%
    Pantothenic Acid
    39.1
    mg
    391%
    Choline
    ~1162
    mg

    Betaine
    ~13.5
    mg


    Minerals
    Amounts Per Selected Serving
    %DV
    Calcium
    2706
    mg
    271%
    Iron
    46.4
    mg
    258%
    Magnesium
    1025
    mg
    256%
    Phosphorus
    3813
    mg
    381%
    Potassium
    10681
    mg
    305%
    Sodium
    2517
    mg
    105%
    Zinc
    185
    mg
    1231%
    Copper
    29.1
    mg
    1455%
    Manganese
    6.2
    mg
    311%
    Selenium
    209
    mcg
    298%
    Fluoride
    ~1032
    mcg


    Sterols
    Amounts Per Selected Serving
    %DV
    Cholesterol
    1132
    mg
    377%
    Phytosterols
    ~84.5
    mg


    Other
    Amounts Per Selected Serving
    %DV
    Alcohol
    0.0
    g

    Water
    4986
    g

    Ash
    40.7
    g

    Caffeine
    ~768
    mg

    Theobromine
    ~986
    mg

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    now that's what I'm talking about. I knew my diet was way more nutrient dense than carnivorous ones! this isn't even my best showing either.

    thanks bro
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    No problem, thats an awesome day of eating. I suppose i could printscreen that.

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    Without Redbulls.

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    753g carbs, what's beyond insidious weight gain?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Derpamix View Post
    753g carbs, what's beyond insidious weight gain?
    I think it goes full circle back to runway model.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zach View Post
    I think it goes full circle back to runway model.
    The hidden secrets Mark doesn't want you to know

    This inspired me to put my foodz into cron-o-meter to see how I'm doing ^__^

    Good job, Derp
    Do it!

    My calcium to phosphorus level is usually better, but I ate more meat than usual today.
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    I have some haagen daz leftover if you want to repent for your sins
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    you can, and I have, using Ray Peat's ice cream recipe.

    I blend an egg (warmed to 40 degrees C) with a cup of sugar (also warmed) and a cup of coconut oil until it's smoothly emulsified, and maybe half a cup of powdered milk for extra texture, then add milk to fill the blender (total volume a little over a liter), with strong coffee or orange juice for flavor, or other fruit or vanilla, etc. The high oil content, and powdered milk, make it freeze without crystallizing, so the ice cream machine isn't necessary.

    I like haagen daz because it's only 5 ingredients with no fillers, gums, and other junk(well, at least some of the flavors and the 5 brand)
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