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Baked or Boiled Potato


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Excerpt: Is a baked or boiled potato REALLY that bad (with skin)? Just by itself with a piece of lean protein? Maybe some raw broccoli. NO butter or salt or sour cream or anything like that. I know they get a bad wrap from the starchy carbs. But if you eat the skin and everything it's not a bad source of fiber either. This isn't for bulking up purposes. Trying to cut down and/or stay lean.

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    Baked or Boiled Potato

    Is a baked or boiled potato REALLY that bad (with skin)?

    Just by itself with a piece of lean protein? Maybe some raw broccoli. NO butter or salt or sour cream or anything like that.

    I know they get a bad wrap from the starchy carbs. But if you eat the skin and everything it's not a bad source of fiber either.

    This isn't for bulking up purposes. Trying to cut down and/or stay lean.

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    No. It's not.

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    No. It's not.
    When you say that, I'm assuming you mean no, it's not bad for you or detrimental to weight loss or bodyfat.

    I remember watching the Ronnie Coleman video when he was cutting down for the Olympia. One of his meals was grilled chicken and a large baked potato.

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    Re: Baked or Boiled Potato

    Its fine, i would eat it mostly pre workout, potatoes have 3x more potassium than a banana and they're good source of fiber, but i like sweet potatoes better, more nutritious, more fiber and tastes better.

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    Quote Quote posted by ZenPop View Post
    When you say that, I'm assuming you mean no, it's not bad for you or detrimental to weight loss or bodyfat.

    I remember watching the Ronnie Coleman video when he was cutting down for the Olympia. One of his meals was grilled chicken and a large baked potato.
    Yes you are correct and I agree with the sweet potato thing but I can't help but cover it with butter and brown sugar lol soooo good!

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