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sicko281
03-20-2006, 03:33 PM
Is there anything I should be aware concerning mustard? And if that is ok what kind of mustard should i go after?

thanks

M.J.H.
03-20-2006, 04:01 PM
Mustard to my knowledge is fine for cutting/bulking, etc. as its a zero-calorie condiment.

Optimum08
03-20-2006, 04:02 PM
i believe you can choose which type of mustard you like to add to your food..personally i love dijon..

TheGimp
03-20-2006, 04:23 PM
Mustard to my knowledge is fine for cutting/bulking, etc. as its a zero-calorie condiment.

It's not zero calories.

Taken from my jar of wholegrain mustard:

per 100g

150 calories
7g protein
8g carbs (4g sugars)
10g fat (0.7g saturated)
9g fibre

getfit
03-20-2006, 04:25 PM
honey mustard with balsamic and olive oil yum!

sicko281
03-20-2006, 04:29 PM
well , 2 tea spoons = grams?

It's not zero calories.

Taken from my jar of wholegrain mustard:

per 100g

150 calories
7g protein
8g carbs (4g sugars)
10g fat (0.7g saturated)
9g fibre

M.J.H.
03-20-2006, 04:50 PM
I'm not sure who would eat 100g of mustard. :scratch:

I put mustard on my sandwiches sometimes and 1 teaspoon is 3 net calories, 0.2g of fat, 0.4g of carbohydrate, and 0.2g of protein. Again, close to a zero-calorie condiment since most people probably don't use more than a teaspoon or two.

ncsuLuke
03-20-2006, 07:00 PM
isnt this kinda going over the top i mean it might be a cal or two

TheGimp
03-21-2006, 03:39 AM
Your serving size is going to depend on how much you like mustard :)

And if you're on a VLC diet such as a PSMF you might not want to make the mistake of thinking it's zero calorie.

EDIT: Of course I'm not debating a typical serving is going to be very few calories