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ours is just the meat that they use on burgers chopped up with kidney beans and other stuff.. wendys

And loads of sodium I'm sure. Ugh, I would avoid most of the food there except for the "pure" stuff, like the clean potato, the salad with nod ressing. Nothing thats been processed to death.

It is AMAZING what goes into some food that you'd never suspect. Prime example, at the restaurant I work at we do a raspberry vinaigrette, sounds healthy, right? In about 2 litres worth of dressing theres probably about 2 cups of sugar. To offset the bitterness of most raspberries and vinegars. Sounded healthy, right?

Skinless chicken breasts, fish, salads are the way to go. Once you get into dressings, it could be a dangerous business unless you know whats in it. If you're hurtin for cash, canned tuna is always a good option, chick peas, stuff like that should be fine.

Get creative in the kitchen, you'd be surprised what can happen with a few healthy ingredients and some seasoning, you don't always have to settle for top cut fish and beef.
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Ummm gatorade has sugar. Try to stick to just water. You may be consuming more caloires than you are accounting for. Also, like someone mentioned, go buy food in bulk. At costco, i bought like 16 boca (veggie) patties, 100 calories each, 18 grams of protein with 1 gram fat. It was like $8.59 for the box... throw that into a wheat sandwich and its a good meal.
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Not sugar as such, but glucose. You buy glucose in bulk powder packets and make your own drinks.

One thing sport drinks like that do tend to have in abundance is salt.
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Not sugar as such, but glucose. You buy glucose in bulk powder packets and make your own drinks.

One thing sport drinks like that do tend to have in abundance is salt.

Glucose is a type of sugar, there's really no reason anyone who is trying to eat healthy would want to drink it.
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Not sugar as such, but glucose. You buy glucose in bulk powder packets and make your own drinks.

One thing sport drinks like that do tend to have in abundance is salt.

You're advising someone who's trying to lose weight to drink sugar?

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