Protein Pancakes

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  1. JeffMerr

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    9 whites, 1 whole egg, 1 cup oatmeal, cinnamon, 3 or 4 tbs splenda, 1 scoop banana or vanilla protein. Blend it, and use it like bisquick. These things are a life saver, I'll throw on a little sugar free syrup as well.
     
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    thats a lot of wasted nutrients without those yolks
     
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    But you avoid the cholestorol..
     
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    store brought low carb pancakes (28g carb / cup) , raisins, low fat cottage cheese

    and to top with diced apples or strawberries or almond butter with chocolate chips

    > your omlets with oatmeal in them :p
     
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    Here we go again.
     
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    Does that shit actually come out resembling a pancake when you cook it?
     
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    Not in my experience, more like a puddle of cooked spoiled milk.
     
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    Looks just like a pancake with the ones I make :dunno:

    Less cals/fat
     
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    What nigga, what?

    My dad had high cholesterol. Just the fact that he stopped eating eggs for breakfast lowered it.
     
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    that too
     
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    I should have mentioned these are for people dieting/cutting
     
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    Dietary cholesterol doesn't influence everyone's cholesterol. Both my father and sister have cholesterol problems and I told them to not avoid eggs anymore. Their cholesterol has lowered since then, probably because they eat less processed food (they eat eggs often now, almost daily).
     
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    MANY studies in the last 5 years have said that eating a moderate (under 5) eggs a day has no effect on blood cholesterol levels. If you already HAVE high levels then yea I would say avoid it, but if not there is no reason to.

    And unless you're eating the entire thing of pancakes a day (which some of us might do haha) you shouldn't worry about eating eggs.
     
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    estimate the eggwhites in cups?
     
  16. JeffMerr

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    I'll do it in a measuring cup tonight and let you know
     
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    do we care?
     
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    Its a good recipe Jeff. I do it once every 3 months or so when I'm bored.
     
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    Do we hate on yolks or something now guise?
     
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    Do crossfitters eat egg yolks?
     
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    you guys eat weird shit
     
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    ya and we both look fantastical.
     
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    Maybe you don't.
     
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    the eggs and cholestorol debat has to do with what fat your are eating with them. so if you are eating bacon or sausage with eggs then it will be negative impact. but if you ate your eggs with a natty pb sandwich or something then it can be positives :)
     
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    No. Blood cholesterol levels are more influenced by total sat/trans fat intake than "what food" it comes from. And even at high sat fat intakes, some people do fine.
     
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