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    I think this may be proof Skippy Peanut Butter is healthy

    Found this on there website:

    http://brands.bestfoods.com/skippy/faq.asp

    What are trans fats?
    Trans fatty acids occur naturally in meat and dairy products. Trans fatty acids are produced during the hydrogenation of vegetable oil, a process that adds hydrogen to unsaturated fatty acids in vegetable oil in order to change the fat from a liquid to a solid state.

    Does Skippy peanut butter contain trans fats?

    By U.S. FDA definition, Skippy peanut butter is a trans-fat free food.

    Most commercial peanut butters contain small amounts (typically less than 2%) of a partially hydrogenated fat, which prevents oil separation by helping the peanut butter "set up" a fat structure. This partially hydrogenated fat is almost totally saturated and contains only an insignificant trace amount of trans fats.



    Now for the record skippy peanut butter contains 13 grams of fat, 2 of which are saturated fats, per serving. It also contains 7 grams carbs and 7 grams protein, about the same as natural peanut butter. What reason would I have to say that this is unhealthy?
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    Fat

    That sounds like a lot of fat. Of those 13 grams you will proablly store some of them and you shouldnt store fat since to be a good bodybuilder like Arnold swarzeneger you have to not have fat on you.
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    Burritio you are forgetting that pretty much all Peanut Butter, natural or not, has at least 12 grams of fat per serving. Don't try to tell me there is a peanut butter with less than that per serving thats not a reduced fat carb added peanut butter.
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    That's why you shouldn't eat peanut butter or other butter too. Other butter is just as bad too because it contains fats too.
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    Re: Re:

    Originally posted by BurritoJimmy
    That's why you shouldn't eat peanut butter or other butter too. Other butter is just as bad too because it contains fats too.
    arnt you the same guy that thought of drinking bacon fat?
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    Me? Hell no I choose not to eat pork for spiritual reasons (I am not that religious though, just no pork).

    Even so NASTY! You have the George Forman Grill? You wouldn't even be able to think about drinking fat from any meat!
    If you always talk about how you could be in great shape if you just worked out and ate right, why don't you just work out and eat right?
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    Originally posted by sfetaz
    Me? Hell no I choose not to eat pork for spiritual reasons (I am not that religious though, just no pork).

    Even so NASTY! You have the George Forman Grill? You wouldn't even be able to think about drinking fat from any meat!
    I am talking about jimmy. And I can't use the GF with a keto diet. I like fat.
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    Jimmy go check your freakin PM's

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    now its still unclear but some studies ive read link Trans fats to heart problems at a level on par with saturated fats. I wasnt clear on wheather or not you were saying skippy had trans fats insteed of saturated fats though.
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    just opened a 4lb tub of skippy, the ****s good!
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    Pass, i will continue to eat my Naturally More PB.
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    I can't eat anything but natural....the rest tastes like pure **** to me.
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    Originally Posted by sfetaz View Post
    Found this on there website:

    http://brands.bestfoods.com/skippy/faq.asp

    What are trans fats?
    Trans fatty acids occur naturally in meat and dairy products. Trans fatty acids are produced during the hydrogenation of vegetable oil, a process that adds hydrogen to unsaturated fatty acids in vegetable oil in order to change the fat from a liquid to a solid state.

    Does Skippy peanut butter contain trans fats?

    By U.S. FDA definition, Skippy peanut butter is a trans-fat free food.

    Most commercial peanut butters contain small amounts (typically less than 2%) of a partially hydrogenated fat, which prevents oil separation by helping the peanut butter "set up" a fat structure. This partially hydrogenated fat is almost totally saturated and contains only an insignificant trace amount of trans fats.



    Now for the record skippy peanut butter contains 13 grams of fat, 2 of which are saturated fats, per serving. It also contains 7 grams carbs and 7 grams protein, about the same as natural peanut butter. What reason would I have to say that this is unhealthy?
    Skippy actually has a natural variety now, but I like to get the no sugar added stuff because in general it is much better for you, I am surprised no one has pointed this out. Even Skippy's natural is sweetened, if sugar is according to your daily nutrition there should not be much of a problem, I avoid it whenever I can.
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    I opt for the



    Tastes just like "regular" PB (a.k.a. PB containing trans fat) but without the hydrogenated oil (it uses palm oil instead).
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    lmao @ "healthy".
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    Originally Posted by snorkelman View Post
    I opt for the



    Tastes just like "regular" PB (a.k.a. PB containing trans fat) but without the hydrogenated oil (it uses palm oil instead).
    FYI most Palm Oil that is used in Peanut Butter is partially hydrogenated. That is how they keep the oils from separating in Jiffy "Natural". I opt for Peanut Butter without the palm oil.
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    Originally Posted by sfetaz View Post
    Burritio you are forgetting that pretty much all Peanut Butter, natural or not, has at least 12 grams of fat per serving. Don't try to tell me there is a peanut butter with less than that per serving thats not a reduced fat carb added peanut butter.
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    Originally Posted by BurritoJimmy View Post
    That's why you shouldn't eat peanut butter or other butter too. Other butter is just as bad too because it contains fats too.
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    Originally Posted by BurritoJimmy View Post
    That's why you shouldn't eat peanut butter or other butter too. Other butter is just as bad too because it contains fats too.
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    Originally Posted by VulcanFlame View Post
    Made me want to neg him after 7 years
    I hope you did, cause he deserves it none-the-less.
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    Originally Posted by sfetaz View Post
    Burritio you are forgetting that pretty much all Peanut Butter, natural or not, has at least 12 grams of fat per serving. Don't try to tell me there is a peanut butter with less than that per serving that's not a reduced fat carb added peanut butter.
    This is an illogical response. Your premise was "I think this may be proof Skippy Peanut Butter is healthy." You received a reply which included reasoning why he believed it was unhealthy and you rebutted it by telling him that is true for pretty much all peanut butter. So what? Comparing it to other brands is not how one determines if a food is healthy. Your last sentence is a straw man argument since BurritoJimmy didn't try to tell you any such thing.

    Let me state for the record, before you also interpret my point differently than intended, that I am not saying peanut butter can not have a place in a healthy diet; I'm just stating reasons why your criteria for determining what's healthy is illogical.
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    Another few year bump lol.

    Damn, just realized I have cut out my two tblspns of peanutbutter a day. Just too much fat cal. I love pb too
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    Originally Posted by BurritoJimmy View Post
    That sounds like a lot of fat. Of those 13 grams you will proablly store some of them and you shouldnt store fat since to be a good bodybuilder like Arnold swarzeneger you have to not have fat on you.
    im pretty sure natty pb is a good place to get your fat macro in for the day.

    most people eat .45 times their bodyweight. i eat 75 grams of fat everyday
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    Originally Posted by unc91 View Post
    im pretty sure natty pb is a good place to get your fat macro in for the day.

    most people eat .45 times their bodyweight. i eat 75 grams of fat everyday


    You're responding to a post which was made when dinosaurs ruled the Earth.
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    Originally Posted by kusok View Post
    You're responding to a post which was made when dinosaurs ruled the Earth.
    lol i know but i started reading at the top and what he said bothered me
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    Holy chit.

    This thread is full of derp.
    I achieve nutritional fortitude by a method which shall not be named, lest the peasants learn to read.
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    Originally Posted by BurritoJimmy View Post
    That sounds like a lot of fat. Of those 13 grams you will proablly store some of them and you shouldnt store fat since to be a good bodybuilder like Arnold swarzeneger you have to not have fat on you.
    Wtf am I reading ?
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    Originally Posted by Shrederator View Post
    Holy chit.

    This thread is full of derp.
    This thread puts a damper on my theory that people were be getting more dumberer.
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    Originally Posted by BurritoJimmy View Post
    That sounds like a lot of fat. Of those 13 grams you will proablly store some of them and you shouldnt store fat since to be a good bodybuilder like Arnold swarzeneger you have to not have fat on you.
    This is hilarious. According to "BurritoJimmy" eating fat makes you fat. He must work for the FDA.
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    How to train: http://forum.bodybuilding.com/showthread.php?t=131379243

    Where it all comes together... my BMF and IIFYM log: http://forum.bodybuilding.com/showthread.php?t=135354001
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