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    Break down on Lean Ground Sirloin...?


    Hey guys and gals, I was at Fitday and calorieking and couldn't find the breakdown of something I wanted....what is the macro and calorie break down of 93% Ultra Lean Ground Sirloin? I had 8oz of it today.....also does anyone know exactly what is a serving of Success Natural Whole Grain Brown Rice? It is one of those cook in 10min type of rices and it says....

    Serving Size is 1/2 cup (43 Grams (makes about 1 cup prepared))
    Servings per container about 8, about 2 servings (cups) per bag
    4 bags per container.

    Amount per serving as packaged
    Calories 150
    Calories from Fat 10
    Total Fat 1g
    Sat. Fat 0g
    Trans. Fat 0g
    Tot. Carb 33g
    Dietary Fiber 2g
    Sug. 0g
    Protein 4g


    Does it mean that this is the break down for half a bag or the entire bag....each box comes with 4 bags. How should I write down the amounts and calories when everything says ABOUT!? Thanks guys, just wanna find out how much I had today so I can adjust for tomorrow, thanks!

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    I believe ground sirloin has 8 grams of fat, 22 grams protien, 5 grams of sat fat per serving. Each serving is 4 oz.
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    Thanks a lot Cold....does anyone have anything to back this up? What about the rice question? Thanks again in advance.
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    Try this website: www.nutritiondata.com

    Here is the direct link that I believe what you are looking for:
    http://www.nutritiondata.com/facts-B00001-01c20vu.html

    About the rice, it is stating that for 1/2 the bag only. It has "2 servings" per bag.

    Hope that helps.
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    Synthetik stole my answer. Nutrition data is the first one I check when I can't find it on FitDay. Another site you could use is http://www.calorie-count.com/calories/search.php?search_type=&search pro=ground+sirloin...It's not as easily used as the previously mentioned two, but it has some macros on 95% and 90% lean sirloin. If you're really serious you could do an average of the two and find out the macros for 92.5% lean...it won't be exact, but it'll be close.
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    for the rice it means there are 2 prepared cups of rice per bag. So half of the bag cooked is 150 cals and the whole bag is 300 cals.
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    Thanks guys, your the greatest!
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