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post #31 of 36
Yeah the full fat Fage is the only one that's tolerable unless you add a bunch of sugar. Then again, I'm not that concerned with fat content.
post #32 of 36
Drink lots of non fat milk. I was taught this in medical school by a lecturer who primarily studied metabolism and was incidentally a little bit of a body-builder. My friend and I used to run into him at the gym, and he told us that that drinking few glasses of skim milk after a workout was just about the perfect protein load for all those newly torn/stretched muscle fibers.
post #33 of 36
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Originally Posted by munchausen View Post

Yeah the full fat Fage is the only one that's tolerable unless you add a bunch of sugar. Then again, I'm not that concerned with fat content.

the 2% is really fine.... I mean w/o an actual back-2-back taste test can you tell? I guess you can otherwise you wouldn't mention it, but how about try some really good honey in it. I have some North Carolina Sourwood and it's so great with the Fage I could practically eat it by the giant tub. and you don't need so much honey as to make it unhealthy... it's better than adding sugar! Yikes!
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Drink lots of non fat milk. I was taught this in medical school by a lecturer who primarily studied metabolism and was incidentally a little bit of a body-builder. My friend and I used to run into him at the gym, and he told us that that drinking few glasses of skim milk after a workout was just about the perfect protein load for all those newly torn/stretched muscle fibers.

hmm... this is interesting... must consider and thanks!
post #34 of 36
Well, the honey adds sugar. Just saying.

The 2% is tolerable, I suppose. But the full fat is actually quite delicious, I think. When I am trying to lose weight but feel like a dessert I will eat that with some low sugar granola and berries.
post #35 of 36
Well, the honey adds sugar. Just saying.

The 2% is tolerable, I suppose. But the full fat is actually quite delicious, I think. When I am trying to lose weight but feel like a dessert I will eat that with some low sugar granola and berries.
post #36 of 36
sure of course... when you said "add sugar" I thought of refined white sugar so in my mind honey as sugar is better than actual sugar that's all.... enjoy the yogurt!
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