Saturated fat

  1. Saturated fat


    Can someone give me a good idea of what a good meal is or meals per day to get the RDA of saturated fats, or more if that's what's recommended.

    I hear milk is bad, so full milk at breakfast is a no-no?

    What about cheese? Less or more ripened or also a bad idea?

    Should we get it from meat?

    Do eggs contain saturated fats?

    I want to kickstart testosterone production through this measure as my diet is low in sat fats.


  2. Coconut Oil is a great way to get your saturated fats IMO. Get unrefined preferably.

    Also eggs are a good choice, with lots of cholesterol to be used in hormone synthesis. To see nutrition data, check out Nutrition facts, calories in food, labels, nutritional information and analysis – NutritionData.com

  3. Quote Originally Posted by Steveoph View Post
    Coconut Oil is a great way to get your saturated fats IMO. Get unrefined preferably.

    Also eggs are a good choice, with lots of cholesterol to be used in hormone synthesis. To see nutrition data, check out Nutrition facts, calories in food, labels, nutritional information and analysis – NutritionData.com
    BAM.... LISTEN TO THIS.

    Some coconut oil right before bed, and you will wake up with a rock hard pecker. Everything a man wants out of life... TESTOSTERONE!!!

    Adams
    The Historic PES Legend
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  4. Quote Originally Posted by DAdams91982 View Post
    BAM.... LISTEN TO THIS.

    Some coconut oil right before bed, and you will wake up with a rock hard pecker. Everything a man wants out of life... TESTOSTERONE!!!

    Adams
    female coconuts give me a rock hard pecker.

  5. Quote Originally Posted by Hank Vangut View Post
    female coconuts give me a rock hard pecker.
    Because....

    Hoi've got a lo-ve-ly bunch o' coconuts.
    There they are a-standin' in a row.
    Big ones, small ones, some as big as yer 'ead!
    Give 'em a twist, a flick o' the wrist,
    That's what the showman said.


    Adams
    The Historic PES Legend

  6. Quote Originally Posted by DAdams91982 View Post
    BAM.... LISTEN TO THIS.

    Some coconut oil right before bed, and you will wake up with a rock hard pecker. Everything a man wants out of life... TESTOSTERONE!!!

    Adams
    Who is BAM?

    Thanks for the tip. I will try some of this, i would love to wake up with a rock hard pecker!!

  7. how about this breakfast?

    two whole eggs with mayonaise
    two slices of bread with real butter and old cheese
    few slices of grilled sausage
    two glasses of whole full fat milk

    some variations plz?

  8. Quote Originally Posted by cumkwakka View Post
    Who is BAM?

    Thanks for the tip. I will try some of this, i would love to wake up with a rock hard pecker!!
    Hmmmm... how is this.

    BAM!!!... Listen to this.

    That one better? I wasn't insinuating a name.

    Adams
    The Historic PES Legend

  9. Quote Originally Posted by DAdams91982 View Post
    Hmmmm... how is this.

    BAM!!!... Listen to this.

    That one better? I wasn't insinuating a name.

    Adams
    o **** i see

    haha!

    thats better

  10. Quote Originally Posted by cumkwakka View Post
    Can someone give me a good idea of what a good meal is or meals per day to get the RDA of saturated fats, or more if that's what's recommended.

    I hear milk is bad, so full milk at breakfast is a no-no?

    What about cheese? Less or more ripened or also a bad idea?

    Should we get it from meat?

    Do eggs contain saturated fats?

    I want to kickstart testosterone production through this measure as my diet is low in sat fats.
    Do fatty acid analysis.

    Essential & Metabolic Fatty Acids Analysis (EMFA)
    sample report here:

    http://www.genovadiagnostics.com/fil...MFA_report.pdf

    Page #1, Look under the name "Saturated Fatty Acids"
    in small letters it says "(meat, dairy, coconuts, palm oils)

    Latter you have more details:
    names of each analyzed fatty acids and its number.

    Pentadecanoidc C15:0
    Stearic C18:0

    all together they show 8 of them.

    Now take this
    Nutrition facts, calories in food, labels, nutritional information and analysis – NutritionData.com
    go to
    Tools
    Nutrient search tool

    on that sample report you see that he have too much of:
    Pentadecanoidc C15:0

    In a search tool dial C15:0
    either as a
    ... that are highest in
    or
    ... and are lowest in:

    I found that among other foods the guy from sample report should stay away from parmesan cheese.

    You have to do analysis, because in my case I am low on C15:0 and I should eat a parmesan.

    But watch out, I am high on C23:0
    I should cut on milk.

    Now get you own analysis and try to figure out what you are missing and what you have too much.
    .
    //


    S

  11. get some RAW MILK

  12. jansz this is highly informative
    so you can't just eat anything saturated you like, thanks for the info

    engival, is this only available in bio stores or supermarkets as well? i believe i haven't heard of it over here being in supermarkets

  13. Quote Originally Posted by cumkwakka View Post
    jansz this is highly informative
    so you can't just eat anything saturated you like, thanks for the info

    engival, is this only available in bio stores or supermarkets as well? i believe i haven't heard of it over here being in supermarkets
    I have seen somebody (LeanGuy ??) posting a link to the place where you can buy FattyAcid Analysis from Genova without doctor being involved.

    One have to weight his options.
    The test it self, when I go to my doc, cost me nothing, covered by insurance.
    In my case doctor cost me only a little, that is now.
    But, I am guessing, my doc is wearing thin, he have some problems, I would like to find that link.

  14. Quote Originally Posted by JanSz View Post
    I have seen somebody (LeanGuy ??) posting a link to the place where you can buy FattyAcid Analysis from Genova without doctor being involved.

    One have to weight his options.
    The test it self, when I go to my doc, cost me nothing, covered by insurance.
    In my case doctor cost me only a little, that is now.
    But, I am guessing, my doc is wearing thin, he have some problems, I would like to find that link.
    I contacted them..a doctor does get involved, they get one of their own dr's to prescribe the test and they tell you how to read the results. I think that's the extent of their involvement though. From what I was told, insurance should cover these since they are prescribed.

    I need to get a Jersey address, as usuall a lot of these tests are not allowed for NY residents...strange law

  15. the best source for sat fats its BACON case closed move on plz

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  16. Yep I agree.. twice a day I eat a spinach salad with lots of bacon and whole eggs + chicken, sometimes some fetta cheese..pig fat is gooood..
  

  
 

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