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Sodium Free Cold Cuts


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Excerpt: Ok, my diet is going really well, and I'm getting really lean and actually getting stronger, (that's a first for me.) Anyway, on my cheat day, i am craving like a deli sandwich of some type, but do not want the sodium. It seems a bit ridiculous to me to diet for six days and only look as lean as I am for 3 or 4 of them. So does anyone know of a type of sodium free cold cut or deli meat I could use, to quell my cravings while maintaining my definition?

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    Sodium Free Cold Cuts

    Ok, my diet is going really well, and I'm getting really lean and actually getting stronger, (that's a first for me.) Anyway, on my cheat day, i am craving like a deli sandwich of some type, but do not want the sodium. It seems a bit ridiculous to me to diet for six days and only look as lean as I am for 3 or 4 of them. So does anyone know of a type of sodium free cold cut or deli meat I could use, to quell my cravings while maintaining my definition?

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    i know butterball has "reduced sodium" turkey, but am not sure if its possible to have sodium free cold cuts.
    Bump...I'd be interested to find out myself

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    Why do you want to avoid sodium? Sodium is crucial for transport of water/glycogen into the muscle. If you are worried about water retention, then the worry is not consievable. For, you have to be miraculous with the carb-up, in order, not to have water retention.

    Mr.X

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