Alrighty. Some people already know this, but just in case you dont..I'll start by saying I'm a 16 year old ripped swimmer who works out.
Anyways. My question is about peanut butter.
Right now, I eat like I should. I eat egg whites, chicken, tuna, meat, wheat bread, cereal, all the fruits and vegetables, all the carbs/grains I'm supposed to have..All that stuff.
But peanut butter. Whenever people say a list of proteiny things to eat for getting ripped, they always mention things like tuna, fish, etc. But peanut butter, and peanuts are always on the list.
But me, I skip those two things. See, because to get ripped, you need protein. But youve also gotta watch the fat. Too much fat, and it covers your muscle.
So, even though peanut butter has a good amount of protein..Isnt that kinda, too much fat? Most peanut butter has at least 120 - 140 fat calories.
So, why do people always say to eat peanut butter? Isnt that too much fat at once? Wouldnt it be better to eat other sources of protein? (Like I do?)
Thread: Peanut butter?