Heavy cream, should I use it to get enough calories?

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    Heavy cream, should I use it to get enough calories?


    I am having a hard time getting enough calories, I simply do not have the appetite and I have to force the last 700+ calories down. I know some of the old pro body-builders used heavy cream to help them reach their calories.

    I am wondering if I should try that too, or do you guys have a really good reason for why I shouldn't?

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    olive oil.

    fatty meats

    Vega EFA antioxidant oil

    very easy to get these in man.

    throw em in a shake
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    Already doing that sometimes mate, I was just wondering if you could use heavy cream too, I actually like the taste
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    its not a problem to use,

    but id go the healthier route.
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    When you say healthier, do you say that because there are saturated fats in heavy cream or what is the reason?
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    Quote Originally Posted by AtomicFox View Post
    When you say healthier, do you say that because there are saturated fats in heavy cream or what is the reason?
    i personally like to use more of the Essential fats then the saturated fats,

    with the exception of coconutoil.

    nothing wrong with saturated fats per as all fats can raise HDL to certain extent, its the presence of carbs that cause the problem.

    I just feel i get leaner when using the better fats, like my body will store those and release the garbage. whether it happens that way or not is a different story. But healthy fats tend to help with certain gene expression (PPAR's) to accelerate fat loss.
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    Alright and I agree with you mate, saturated fats does not necessarily have to bad.

    Thank you for your input. Reps coming
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