I was looking at a few labels and was wondering what makes up to the extra weight in food.
for example, my tuna in oil:
Protein is 17.8g
fat is 18.4g
carbs are less than 1g
what happened to the other 62.8 grams per 100g ???
Im assuminng thats the bulk weight of the fish.
I ate it.
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Since we typically (not always) eat matter thats been living at one point (plant and animal) and all of this matter is made of cells and these cells are typically full of water - my guess is some of that "missing" weight is water.
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height: 5'8'' (im lieing its probably 5'7'')
weight: 159-165 lbs (morning and day)
goals for end of the year 405/500/600 at 170-175(with the 8pack)
other: dips 3 and a quarter plates for 4 reps
all of my nutritional labels read : Energy "....." kj
is this the same thing as calories?
Don't eat the yellow snow
water.. either way you would be eating a stone instead of tuna..