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Retarded Question about Bread


#1

Sooo today I saw the bread's carbs and I was like wtf! 100gr=50carbs
I was wondering, if I eat a whole bread everyday in addition to my 60-80gr protein, am I gonna put on some mass ? (don't care about fat!)
17y/o, 60kg, "5'5


#2

You're not going to put on any mass unless you're consuming more calories than you're burning each day.


#3

The "Trainer" at my gym says he eats a whole loaf every day before he deadlifts, and he's a big fatass, so I guess the answer is yes :slightly_smiling:

S


#4

Yes, you'll gain mass.

But 60-80g protein a day?

Eat more of that too.

Hell, eat more of everything if you don't care about fat.

And then double it.

Twice.


#5

If you don't care about the fat screw the bread and hit the peanutbutter.


#6

He was talking about bodyfat, not dietary fat, jackass.

OP
Bread is probably at the bottom of my list for carb sources.


#7

Well I'm reall short on cash atm, thats why I chose bread. I don't care about fat whatsoever, I just wanna see myself 65+. Gonna try eating a whole bread for the next week and see.


#8

Uh,.. he'll most likely put on more body fat eating bread than a ton of PB. You really don't have the slightest notion of basic training or nutritional knowledge judging by your posts on here do ya?

S


#9

thats why these sort of posts are all too common along with "whats the best diet for ....." or the classic "critique my cutting diet " followed by a SHOPPING LIST or TODAYS MENUE instead of a basic breakdown with macs n cals . evan the title of thread screams "what the actual f+++" .


#10

Why not oats which are cheaper?


#11

Within the first two posts in this thread, I knew that some Bunny Bench tips were exactly what the OP needed.


#12

Since we're discussing foods with little to no nutritional value, aren't potatoes much cheaper per calorie than bread?


#13

Bread is the cheapest.


#14

I think they meant the fat content in food, not the fat gained from eating the bread - at least that is the way I read it.


#15

I read it the other way, but it is ambiguous. Regardless of what the OP actually meant, someone who says "I dont care about the fat" is a legitimate fool.


#16

wut?


#17

100grams of oats contain 60gram of carbs, and are a much better source than bread... and cheaper me thinks.


#18

To turn this thread to a topic that might be somewhat interesting, yeah I think oats are probably the cheapest food by calorie--2 bucks where I'm living for 4.5k calories. (edit: forgot about EVOO, which is also pretty high up there).

Cheapest meat, at least that I can think of, is probably canned salmon--630 calories for $1.80


#19

http://tnation.T-Nation.com/free_online_forum/diet_performance_nutrition_supplements/bulking_on_an_extremely_tight_budget

cheap way to bulk... don't do it with bread, lots of better ways


#20

wut? x2