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The Five Biggest Contradictions in Fitness

Itís no secret that when people contradict themselves, it has the effect of making the flaws in their actions or statements seem glaringly obvious. But what about when WE ourselves get caught contradicting ourselves by someone else?

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    Canadian Kid fevan's Avatar
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    Hot Dogs

    Hey, just wondering what everyone thinks of hotdogs. Good protein, fats?? Anyone eat them in there diet or from time to time??
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    HomeYield WillKuenzel's Avatar
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    I eat turkey hot dogs when bulking. Fat free, made with malto and dextrose with ground turkey. Protein isn't quite high enough but its a great supplement to a meal.
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    Quote Originally Posted by HomeYield
    I eat turkey hot dogs when bulking. Fat free, made with malto and dextrose with ground turkey. Protein isn't quite high enough but its a great supplement to a meal.
    Never seen these, will have to try them out. I have had chicken hotdogs, they are pretty good also but they are not fat free. I think regular hotdogs would be a bad choice though because there are much better options. They are fairly calorie dense and high in saturated fats.
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    hotdogs are baddd news.....stay away if at all possible....go to the healthy choice section of your grocery store they may have better hot dog options
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    Tried a veggie dog a while back. Wasn't too bad and had 18g protein, low fat, low carb. Didn't taste anything like a hot dog, though. As far as regular dogs go, I avoid 'em like the plague. Eating pig lips and ***holes doesn't do a thing for me.

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    regular hotdogs are horrible for u. atleast go with a all beef hotdog or turkey hotdog. but still a lot of them are high in saturated fat. for the least fat go to a organic type store like whole foods. you can get dogs there low in fat. Dont ever try one of those soy dogs. they are the worst ever
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    Thanks for your thoughts, I may have a look around and see what I find at the store.
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    Quote Originally Posted by HomeYield
    I eat turkey hot dogs when bulking. Fat free, made with malto and dextrose with ground turkey. Protein isn't quite high enough but its a great supplement to a meal.
    They don't have a lot of calories or protein but the carbs that are in them are good for pre or post workout. If you want a healthy hotdog, they're good to try. Toss on there some fat free cheese and a bit of chilli and you might have a better protein meal.
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