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    Best foods low in carbs high in fats\proteins?

    hey guys i'm still on my carb cycling cut diet and i was wondering if you guys had any suggestions for foods to place in my diet during my nonlift low carb days.
    it's really easy for me to get enough protein\carbs, but the hardest thing for me to do is get enough fat. and i'd rather not eat 20 fish\flax oil pills a day haha

    thanks in advance

    ps: avocados is out because they don't sell them at the market..

    currently all i have on this list is: butter, oil, almonds, eggs, but nuts have a buncha carbs too
    is cheese good?
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    List from "what a bodybuilder eats..."
    Natural Style Peanut Butter
    Olive oil, Safflower oil
    Flaxseed oil
    Fish Oil
    Nuts (peanuts, almonds, walnuts)

    For me, I usually add tablespoons of natural peanut butter to my protien shakes (I tend to have to eat on the go) and use oliver oil when cooking food.

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    get a nice peace of steak some salad and olive oil. i actually just drizzle olive oil over steak and eat it like that. u can do this with almost all meats really
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    i'm doing a CKD and have been consuming

    whole eggs
    chicken breast
    fish
    olive oil
    avocadoes
    natural PB
    nuts
    fish oil caps
    mayo
    cott cheese

    if steak wasn't so expensive i'd have it everyday... filling and high in protein + fat

    cheese is fine if you don't mind saturated fats. once the fat loss starts stalling, try replacing it with better fats like olive oil.
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    Cheese is great. You need some sat. fats...why not get it from CHEESE...I like cheese.

    Olive oil is great too, but can get boring IMO. Switch it up with sesame oil, or something with a little bit of a different flavor.
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    thanks guys.. never thought i could drizzle oil over meat, i'll try it next time.
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    Quote Originally Posted by albanat0r
    thanks guys.. never thought i could drizzle oil over meat, i'll try it next time.
    Why did you think you couldn't put oil on meat?
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    well not that i never thought i could
    it just never crossed my mind to add anything besides hot sauce to meat -_-
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    corned beef high in protein half of which fat and no carbs or tuna or cheese or mince etc etc

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