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    Most Calorie Dense Food?

    Hey bros,

    I was wondering what the most calorie dense food is per 100grams. I would think it woul be something like peanut butter or some kind of nuts. I am talking about food by the way not oils etc.

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    probly pure animal fat, since fat is the most calorie dense macronutrient, it would have to be a fat of some kind!
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    Originally posted by taffer
    probly pure animal fat, since fat is the most calorie dense macronutrient, it would have to be a fat of some kind!
    Hey,

    Sorry i should have been more specific.

    Does anyone know the most calorie dense, eatable food that you can buy from a supermarket or something.

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    Hey dude, i see ur bulking

    me too.. its been bout 8 weeks and ive gained 4 1/2 kgs


    good luck mate,
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    We can see 2 kinds of calorie dense foods.

    >>Those with a high calorie but poor vitamin, mineral intake.
    >>Those rich in calories and vitamins and minerals.

    The second choice seems to be better than first.

    So, in that case, I would say wheat germ and all other whole grain cereals.
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    Peanuts Butter is very calorically dense.
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    its probably peanut butter but it gets all its cals from fat which u really dont want but if u dont care about fat then its peanut butter if u care about fat then its something probably more along the lines of pasta because of all the carbs in it
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    Indeed, fat are the most dense calorie foods because it' yields 9 calories per gram while a gram of either carbohydrates or protein yields 4 calories.

    However, when you're on a bulking plan, I don't guess eating more fat is a good idea because fat fill and satisfied you longer than carb & protein.
    Therefore, if you are full, you can not eat as often as that is not a good idea.

    That is the reason why I always recommend to people trying to carry more body mass to choose carbs first instead of adding extra fat.
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    NUts in general are VERY calories dense

    MAcadamia have the most fat, hence the most calories.
    Almonds, are high in calories, but high in value. Best nut around. Calcium, protein, fibre, vitamins and minerals...you name it, its got it and they taste so damn good.!
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    Well, olive oil...it is a food you know
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    Originally posted by Dedicatedforlif
    NUts in general are VERY calories dense

    MAcadamia have the most fat, hence the most calories.
    Almonds, are high in calories, but high in value. Best nut around. Calcium, protein, fibre, vitamins and minerals...you name it, its got it and they taste so damn good.!
    Yeah, almonds are the ****. I love those suckers.
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    I would also have to say that Almonds are the most calorie dense. They are also such a perfect convenient snack. However, if you'd really like to add some calories quick, you can lick the drip tray of your foreman grill.
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    If your deciding to get peanut butter.....get Adams 100% Natural Peanut Butter because it doesn't add in the hydrogenated oil
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    Originally posted by norco_one25
    Hey dude, i see ur bulking

    me too.. its been bout 8 weeks and ive gained 4 1/2 kgs


    good luck mate,
    Hey bro,

    **** thats some nice gains. you are gaining about 1lb per week - pretty damn good.

    Good luck to you also.

    Peace

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    PS Thanks for all the replies. I thought it would have been something like peanutbutter + the fats in it are good fats.

    Thanks again

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    I would say nuts, followed by something like rice or pasta which have a lot of cals for fairly small servings.
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    what about salmon? good fats and rich in protein?
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    1g of fat = 9 calories.
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    Originally Posted by Epee00 View Post
    Hey,

    Sorry i should have been more specific.

    Does anyone know the most calorie dense, eatable food that you can buy from a supermarket or something.

    Thanks

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    Lard Sandwich (common in many rural communities). Very edible.



    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lard

    900 cals in the lard per 100g.

    (People ask why I'm vegetarian...)
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    Originally Posted by Epee00 View Post
    Hey,

    Sorry i should have been more specific.

    Does anyone know the most calorie dense, eatable food that you can buy from a supermarket or something.

    Thanks

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    probably pure animal fat
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    Wow this thread started 3 years ago...lard and animal fat, lol....jokes...i think he was referring to healthy dense foods...like we said before, nuts, olive oil, steaks, yams, avocados...all very good choices.
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    Originally Posted by anthonyfel View Post
    Indeed, fat are the most dense calorie foods because it' yields 9 calories per gram while a gram of either carbohydrates or protein yields 4 calories.

    However, when you're on a bulking plan, I don't guess eating more fat is a good idea because fat fill and satisfied you longer than carb & protein.
    Therefore, if you are full, you can not eat as often as that is not a good idea.
    Fat has over twice as many calories as carbohydrates, you would have to eat twice as many grams of carbs or protein to make that up. What's more filling, a spoonful of peanut butter or a cup of oatmeal? The sheer volume of carbohydrates, and fiber in healthy foods, will keep a person more full than fat.

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    1 cup of heavy cream has 800 calories. Mix it with some hershey's syrup and it's great. Some people may feel sick from it but I feel fine.
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    Originally Posted by Epee00 View Post
    Hey bros,

    I was wondering what the most calorie dense food is per 100grams. I would think it woul be something like peanut butter or some kind of nuts. I am talking about food by the way not oils etc.

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    I'm pretty sure that macadamia nuts are. For each 100g there are 718 kcals
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    Originally Posted by Calvin770D View Post
    I'm pretty sure that macadamia nuts are. For each 100g there are 718 kcals
    Hopefully the OP hasn't been waiting for ~10 years for your help, slowly withering away to nothing as he waits for the one post that will really help him.

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    What's with the ancient thread bumps lately?
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    Almost a decade.

    I think this might be the most epic bump I've seen.

    And yes I agree we've got a rough few weeks ahead of us around here.
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    Originally Posted by MetilHed View Post
    People getting a jump on the New Years resolutions, I imagine. In 3-4 days this place will be hell.

    Brace yourselves.



    Im even less excited to see what my gym is going to turn into...
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    Originally Posted by mussina123 View Post
    pop tarts...
    It's generally a good idea to skim through the other posts in the thread before responding to the original question. Just FYI.
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