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Old 09-09-2007, 04:39 PM
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hahahahhaha this is amazing..with all the roids being used by weightlifters and all the side effects associated with them, here we are worrying about tuna...i actually started thinking for a bit. It's all good man..!!!!! Eat away..!!!!! 30g of proten on average per can.....can't go wrong..!!!!
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Old 09-09-2007, 05:01 PM
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Yeah but for natural guys we need SOMETHING to worry about

Some people do try to just inform themselves and make the most healthy choices possible within the confines of a successful bb'ing diet. Call it a side/related goal. Not me so much I'm somewhere in the middle . But I agree, as I think do most who have posted that it's not something to get overly worried about. Just in general if you can take something like tuna and make a better choice in terms of potential toxins why not do that? Of course that is VERY likely to completely destroy the whole advantage of it, as Monsta said, being so cheap. But at least a person can choose regular light over albacore..so it's something.

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If you act sanctimonious I will just list out your logical fallacies until you get pissed off and spew blasphemous remarks.

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Old 09-26-2007, 06:12 PM
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yea..just think..people drink alcohol and smoke every weekend and you're complaining about a cheap protein packed healthy food? wtf! people are afraid to eat tuna..then they must not like some other things like it :o
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Old 09-28-2007, 01:13 PM
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yea..just think..people drink alcohol and smoke every weekend and you're complaining about a cheap protein packed healthy food? wtf! people are afraid to eat tuna..then they must not like some other things like it :o

well first, it wouldnt be a healthy food if it could give you mercury poisoning. as far as i can remember poison isnt healthy. the whole point of this forum is to ask others who may have a better knowledge of these questions and to get legit opinions. there are people wanting to understand what are the POSSIBILTIES of anything going wrong.


second, there is no one complaining about it, just people asking others opinion.


third, i have no idea who you may be referring to when you talk about anyone smoking and drinking, but i have never in my life smoked or drank. in essence i can care less about who does it, but i post nutrition questions because i want to know about what i put in my body, whether it be a can of tuna or water from the faucet. you cant know and worry about everything, but there is noting wrong with having as much knowledge as possible.

i did not post this to start an arguement or offend you in anyway, but flat out i just felt as though that comment was.....................dumb.
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Old 09-28-2007, 05:01 PM
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^^^X2 It's not different than whether other people use roids or whatever. Just because some people do things that someone else doesn't doesn't mean that everything else becomes somehow magically perfect by comparison. I don't stand out in the middle of thunder storms because other people chase tornados.

If I say I eat copious amounts of corn pops will that make you feel better about your addiction to honey wheat puffs? I doubt it

BTW, Tuna if the other thing you are talking about is always like tuna in your experience then I feel for ya bro.
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Old 11-26-2007, 12:30 PM
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while i was looking through the canned meat section to pick up some tuna i found some canned chicken breast and canned turkey. i worked in a supermarket for 2 years and i never remembered seeing this stuff.

i say this because the canned chicken breast has about 25 grams of protein per can and only has around 170 mgs of sodium per can opposed to the 600 in tuna.

a bunch of you may already know about stuff like this. but i thought it would be a good idea to let a few people knwo about it just in case they wanted a change up.

the ones i baught are made by hormel, and i seen chicken and turkey. i found it right next to the tuna if anyone is interested
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Old 11-26-2007, 01:00 PM
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Try looking for frozen chicken breasts. I think they will save you just as much money. Some grocery stores have them plus you can find huge bags of them for cheap in clubs like Sam's and BJ's. Usually Tyson or Perdue.

The canned chicken is not so good, imo. It's hard to deal with more than a can a month
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Old 11-26-2007, 01:05 PM
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lol. i just picked it up because it seems easy. i just ate the turkey and it wasnt to bad. havent tried the chicken yet though. and by your reaction i can see it aint all to great lol.

oh and got a question what is the acronym "IMO" i see people type it all the time an di have no idea what it means
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Old 11-26-2007, 01:09 PM
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IMO means 'in my opinion'

a bunch of guys around here get the canned tuna and stuff at the dollar store. i think it costs 25 cents a can there. much better than i've seen it at any grocery store.
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Old 11-26-2007, 01:27 PM
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thanks ross. and you know whats crazy. as i was typing in the shoutbox i realizd how stupid i was and i got it from reading someons comment lol. and people realy get tuna for 25 cents. damn. and i thought 99 cents was a deal
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