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Old 04-27-2008, 09:15 AM
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Default Nutritional information on chicken breasts and tuna?

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I was just checking the nutritional information on chicken breats but I'm not too sure if i'm putting in the right information.

Basically, I just grill 2 pieces of chicken breats. Is "Chicken, breast, with or without bone, roasted, skin not eaten" the right choice? It states as having 563 calories, 12 fat and 106 protein.

Also, I usually buy a can of tuna which is 200 g, that's around 7oz. It states on fitday.com as having 16 fat and 58 proteing. Is that correct or over/under-stated?
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Old 04-27-2008, 09:29 AM
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i suppose it depends on the brand/liquid they put in with the tuna...the ones i get have 2.5 g of fat and 26 grams protein...

did you get one that has oil in it, or water?
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oil.
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The can doesn't have a label stating the nutritional values?
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you didn't buy it out of the back of a white van did you?
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I almost bought some steaks from a guy selling them out of a white van last summer...didn't have time to stop though. Did you see him too?
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8oz of boneless chicken brest =1g of fat 50g of protien dude
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Old 05-12-2008, 06:04 PM
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lots of stuff on fit day are wrong so i just make my own labels in that so i can use fitday
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so do i, it takes a little while to log everything in at first, but once you do you will be able to track your nutritional intake much more accurately
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Old 05-13-2008, 07:21 PM
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yea that what i do its accurate after you enter it.
just somethings wont work it says that the ratio of fat and carbs dont match.i like using it cause im lazy and have bad handwriting when it comes to things like that
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