Best/healthiest bread and cheese?

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  1. Accord

    Accord New Member

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    What's the healthiest bread out there? I'm so sick of eating sweet potato.

    Also, i'd like to make a cheese sandwich or grilled cheese sandwich (no grease or anything, of course)... what's the best/healthiest cheese to make it with?

    Least amount of fat, sodium, whatever...

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  2. Sgt. Ownage

    Sgt. Ownage you gon' be just fiiiine

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    i like brownberry bread...and cheese is cheese...
     
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    cavefish You ain't a crook son, you just a shook one

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    Any kind of whole wheat bread is fine.
     
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    some cheese are super high in cholesterol, fat, and sodium.... I just don't know which ones are recommended for weightloss/cutting.
     
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    I'm eating half a sweet potato in the morning for my carbs then, would ~2 slices of whole wheat bread easily be able to replace the sweet potato?
     
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    Sgt. Ownage you gon' be just fiiiine

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    haha bro...cheese is not a cutting food by any means...nor is bread...
     
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    what about weight loss?
     
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    weight loss is usually cutting, unless you want to loose only muscle, or by weight loss you mean weight gain...:hsugh:
     
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    yeah, I don't really have my terminology down yet. :hs:

    I want to cut, as in lose body fat% while still maintaining my lean body mass.
     
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    listen to the sgt.
     
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    Sgt. Ownage you gon' be just fiiiine

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    dude think about this....youre cutting your cals to at least 2000 im sure unless youre like 6'4" 290 so think about this:

    is 220 calories of carbohydrate and another 200 of mainly saturated fat and minimal protein going to help you retain mass and fill you up? keep in mind that little skinny fat geverating sandwhich is already 1/5 of your toal calories
     
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    didn't think of it like that, thanks for putting it into perspective.

    i'll stay away from it.
     
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    Sgt. Ownage you gon' be just fiiiine

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    the key to dieting is eat non calorie dense foods that have tons of volume to fill your stomach and have a good nutrient profile

    lean chicken breast...8oz of pure protein
    all the fuckin brocolli with like spray on i cant believe its not buter that you want

    weighing in at a whopping like 350cals tops...
     
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    hahaha man, I love brocolli with i can't believe it's not butter, but I had to stop eating it. THAT SHIT WENT STRAIGHT THROUGH ME. It was like I was pissing out of my asshole...

    yeah, it was just as gross as it sounded. :rofl:

    how about carrots?
     
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    Sgt. Ownage you gon' be just fiiiine

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    brocolli is better but i dont see why not...just shit like bread/pb/pasta/cheese etc is all calorie dense...not what you need and not going to fill you up...so in turn youll eat more, supass calorie allowance and not lose weight and pull a kenkaniff and get skinny fat
     
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    healthiest/lowest cal bread i've found is oroweat light whole wheat or 9 grain. both taste great, and the nutrition facts on two slices is ~80 cals, 7g fiber, 12g carbs, 4g protein, .5g fat. :dunno:
     
  17. bagels and cream cheese ftw
     
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    fat free cheese is relatively low calorie. You can get a low carb/calorie tortilla to go with it and make yourself a nice melt for <100 calories.
     
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    Werdna Livin' the SLO Life...

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    is there such thing as fat free cheese? :eek3:
     
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    i would say get wheat bread but cheese if you have to have it, go fat free? :dunno:

    if you are trying to lose weight i don't think anything but cottage cheese would do, and i would suggest cutting alot of carbs in your diet
     
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    AznRyda キモかわいい!

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    Yeah. Its made out of skim milk. I think it tastes fine.

    There is fat free cottage cheese too. That is REALLY filling for not that many calories. Plus it doesn't have that many carbs either.
     
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    I just followed your advice exactly.

    Went to Publix and found a low carb/low calorie tortilla (11 carbs and only 50 calories) and also Kraft fat free swiss cheese which only has 30 calories. So for a grand total of 80 calories, I had a delicious tortilla melt. IT WAS FUCKING DELICIOUS. The only downside was that it was high sodium.

    Thank you so much for the idea, i'm going to try and incorporate this into my daily diet and eat 2 of them a day (so a total of 160 calories and 22 carbs) :cool:
     
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    the low carb tortilla has a decent amount of fiber too. and it still has some protein. I think its a nice treat. The tortilla is a tad expensive though. 3 bucks for like 10 pieces.
     
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    yeah, it's got a good amount of fiber. The tortilla and cheese combined have 10g of protein and 20g if I eat 2 :bigthumb:

    If anyone is curious, the tortilla brand is "La Tortilla Factory" low carb tortilla, I think it's the spinach one and the cheese is Kraft fat-free swiss cheese.
     
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    yeah I used to use fat free cheese/low cal bread to make cheese sandwhiches along time ago, good stuff
     
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