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    please remove

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    looks fine but I don't know the breakdown of these, or even what the hell they are :P

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    and how much sodium is added to the perdue chicken breasts?

    and I agree that you should be getting more fats, the protein could be dropped a bit more like you said
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    well it looks good to me. i guess it depends on how strict u wanted to be.

    I mean, you could drop the mayo from the sandwich, and replace it with a better source of fat. but it looks fine to me
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    Almonds would be good also . I believe it has more fat than cashews though.
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    Why so much protein pre-workout? You could drop that down a bit and add in some more fat. Maybe replace some of the n-6 fats with olive oil, which is can be thought of as a neutral fat. This would help help improve the ratio of n-3 to n-6 fats.
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    Originally posted by frankm007
    1 serving then, 22g protein enough?
    Yes, and 10-15g would probably be plenty for preworkout.

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