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    I fidn minced meat better as its easier,cheaper and quicker to cook up and I can get a lot off calories from it

    It works well with my current high fat/protein anabolic style diet


    However, is it unhealthy

    I would vary the meats so one day, beef mince, then lamb, then chicken, turkey etc..etc...

    Are some meat worse than others

    Is it better to eat breasts and steaks etc..though more expensive?
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    The Anabolic Diet is gay.

    And no it's not unhealthy.
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    (Original post by Smack)
    The Anabolic Diet is gay.

    And no it's not unhealthy.
    is it really? Oh is that why Im starting to suck penises in my spare time?

    Na I actually have many food allergies, cutting most carbs and dairy helps

    I dunno what crap/parts and quality they put in the mince though? thats my issue?
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    Yes it is. Probably explains a lot of your recent behaviours.

    Give them a phone or an email and ask them what they put in their meat.
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    (Original post by Smack)
    Yes it is. Probably explains a lot of your recent behaviours.

    Give them a phone or an email and ask them what they put in their meat.
    maybe the minced meat is actually minced penises? thats the problem?
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    (Original post by scarfaced)
    Is it better to eat breasts and steaks etc..though more expensive?
    Cheap mince:
    -Tends to be the cheaper cuts of meat (the term 'scrotum burgers' has an element of truth to it)
    -Tend to be higher in fat (esp. saturated fat)
    -Tends to be lower in protein (because it's been bulked out with fat)
    -Tends to contain additives (eg; nitrites - can be converted into carcinogenic compounds when cooked) and dyes to make it look fresher
    -Tends to be bulked out with water

    You get what you pay for - decent, fresh, high quality meat comes at a price.

    Sure you can get decent mince but the vast majority of the time it means going to a decent butcher and him mincing some steak rather than the scrapings.
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    I have minced lamb all the time.

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    (Original post by scarfaced)
    I fidn minced meat better as its easier,cheaper and quicker to cook up and I can get a lot off calories from it

    It works well with my current high fat/protein anabolic style diet


    However, is it unhealthy

    I would vary the meats so one day, beef mince, then lamb, then chicken, turkey etc..etc...

    Are some meat worse than others

    Is it better to eat breasts and steaks etc..though more expensive?
    Chicken breast is more lean than beef steaks.

    Mince contains a lot of saturated fat.

    Why are you on a high fat and protein diet? On you on keto? What's your goal? To build muscle? Lose fat?
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    There's nothing wrong with saturated fats, so long as it's not the majority of your fat intake. Get a healthy dose of the unsat's/polyunsats and a ton of omega-3 fats and you'll be fine.

    If the bulk of your protein and fat intake is from cheap mince, then that's not ideal as a lifestyle long term. But if you're just bulking, IT'S ABSOLUTELY FINE FOR A FEW MONTHS until you reach the size you're happy with, then clean up your diet to maintain.
 
 
 
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