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extra calorie food needed

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  • Oct 12th, 2004 1:37 pm
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Nov 15, 2003
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extra calorie food needed

Ok, I go to a store and all I see is food with freakin' low fat,low carb,low calorie stickers. This is pathetic! What about normal people. Why can't I buy a cheese that doesn't say 50% less fat?! I want fat!!!

Are there any bars that have like 1000 calories? :) I started to loose weight 6 month ago because I don't think I get enough calories. I want doing some heavy weight training and I'll sure will need much more than I eat now. I need someting small with a big punch. I heard there are some bars that have about 1000 calories and them and they are very small
Any suggestions?
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Feb 2, 2003
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donut ?

any ways be careful average sized male only burns 2500-3000 calories with moderate excersize daily
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donuts..that's like putting butter in an engine.
Complex carbs, lots of protein.
"Live simply, so that others may simply live."
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Have a weight gainer powder like nLarge or something (I know it's not the "healthiest" way, but better than most ways).
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I had a couple of those "No Name" & "President Choice" TV dinners. The label basically said "mash potato, apple tart, gravy, meat loff, corn" in total had 1720 calories. And usually I'm not even get full by just having 1!! Those TV dinners are like a snack to me.

I thought about it and I realized why so many ppl actually become overweight in North America. Most ppl eat 2x times that proportion of the same items in a home cooked meal! But I do some moderate exercises, so I'm fine. Also having an asian diet helps somewhat (steaming/soy sauce for flavor).
[OP]
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Nov 15, 2003
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Kinki wrote:I had a couple of those "No Name" & "President Choice" TV dinners. The label basically said "mash potato, apple tart, gravy, meat loff, corn" in total had 1720 calories. And usually I'm not even get full by just having 1!! Those TV dinners are like a snack to me.

I thought about it and I realized why so many ppl actually become overweight in North America. Most ppl eat 2x times that proportion of the same items in a home cooked meal! But I do some moderate exercises, so I'm fine. Also having an asian diet helps somewhat (steaming/soy sauce for flavor).
I don't like donuts. I guess that leaves me with tv dinners. Oh well, I am off to go and buy some :)
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Oct 8, 2003
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Go rent "Supersize Me"... The guy gains around 30lbs in a month on a strict McDonalds Diet.

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