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Discussion in 'Dieting / Supplement Discussion' started by KennisTheMenace**, May 13, 2014.

  1. KennisTheMenace** Orange Belt

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    I'm talking muscle building obviously, is the best thing the oven roasted chicken breast....?
     
  2. Dogstarman Old man jiu jitsu

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    It's all garbage but I love the spicy Italian add roast beef, with pepper jack toasted. I put all the veggies in there add oil salt and pepper.
     
  3. HockeyBjj Putting on the foil

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    Personally, I always get a 6" oven roasted chicken on wheat with double meat and as many veggies as I can get and mustard instead of mayo.

    Macros work out to be usable, and I feel it's slightly cleaner
     
  4. no fat chicks Worlds greatest poster

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    dont go ther with just health in mind man. Chicken pizziola (oven roasted chicken breast, salami and pizza sauce)
     
  5. Queen B He / Him / His

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    They got avocado now.
     
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  7. KennisTheMenace** Orange Belt

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    Unfortunately with my current situation I can't get to good food after working out and the best thing is subway soooo.....
     
  8. Tosa Red Belt

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    You can't pack food?
     
  9. grndzro Purple Belt

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    I would say one of their salads with extra meat and oil and vinegar.
    Steer clear of their wood....er I mean bread products.
    Their olive oil is probably ok. not much OO is cut with soybean oil.
    That and a Muscle milk drink. There has to be a convienience store somewhere. Mabye they sell them.

    More information on Subway sandwiches.....like I said eat the salad.
    http://www.100daysofrealfood.com/2012/06/12/food-babe-investigates-is-subway-real-food/

    The processed meats aren't too bad. Nitrites aren't that bad and MSG isn't that bad. BHA/BHT is a mixed bag. equaly harmfull and helpfull. IE the meats won't affect your health.
     
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  10. Flash_Monsta Black Belt

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    Best thing to order? Erm, Meatball Marinara, on herb and cheese bread, Extra cheese, extra bacon, with all the salad and stuff. Jalape
     
  11. dropshot001 Red Belt

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    Some preparation for this situation would be the best answer. Pack a lunch box with the things you need and then your subway dilemma disappears
     
  12. StevenCrowder wiener

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    lol at people here claiming that it's all crap and that you can't get good food at Subway.

    The 6' steak egg and cheese is $4. Get it on a flatbread with spinach, cucumbers, peppers etc.
    If for some reason you're not doing any bread, you can have them put it in a bowl like a salad.

    Good macro profile, nutrient dense, absolutely delicious and cheap. Enjoy.
     
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  14. Pathogenic Wo Cao Ni Ma

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    I support this. I also support the oven roasted chicken breast with extra mayo, and the new spicy tuna sub.

    Whatever fits your macros and taste buds.
     
  15. StevenCrowder wiener

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    Right. The people implying that there's nothing good at Subway are likely new to nutrition and still in their militant phase.

    "I needs more protein, ma!!"
     
  16. Spinjira Green Belt

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    Get a chopped salad. Subway will turn any sub into a chopped salad (basically). It's a ton of veggies, too.
     
  17. UniqueSteez Be water my friend. Platinum Member

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    I try my best to eat healthy so what I do is, I pick wholegrain bread with nothing but vegetables in the sandwich. I get cucumbers, tomato's, lettuce, onions, peppers, ect any vegetables I can possibly put on it.
     
  18. KennisTheMenace** Orange Belt

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    Thanks for the serious responses. I can't pack food there's no refrigerator for me to keep food where I stay (I have shit like oranges in my room).

    Why are we staying away from bread again? Is that "to get teh abs"?
     
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    Spikes your blood sugar.
     
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