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    Is honey on oats a no no ?

    cutting atm and love oats and cant have them plain taste like **** , is honey alright in small amounts and dont say IIFYM i want to actually kno if it is bad or not.
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    Originally Posted by nnolan View Post
    cutting atm and love oats and cant have them plain taste like **** , is honey alright in small amounts and dont say IIFYM i want to actually kno if it is bad or not.
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    Nothing is 'bad', honey is fine. Honestly if you like it and you can fit it into your calories go for it!
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    Originally Posted by Shureshock View Post
    Nothing is 'bad', honey is fine. Honestly if you like it and you can fit it into your calories go for it!
    This. If you're still in a deficit with the added honey then don't worry about it!
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    Originally Posted by nnolan View Post
    cutting atm and love oats and cant have them plain taste like **** , is honey alright in small amounts and dont say IIFYM i want to actually kno if it is bad or not.
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    Why not say IIFYM? Honey is a carb, simple. Honey will not react with oats and make you explode. I don't really get what you mean. Honey is less refined than white sugar (depending on the brand of course). It just has more calories than without. Plus why torture yourself to eat stuff you don't like. Go ahead and add the honey. As much weight as you lost, I would think you knew this by now. Have you figured out when you are going to bulk?
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    Originally Posted by Maverick2015 View Post
    Why not say IIFYM? Honey is a carb, simple. Honey will not react with oats and make you explode. I don't really get what you mean. Honey is less refined than white sugar (depending on the brand of course). It just has more calories than without. Plus why torture yourself to eat stuff you don't like. Go ahead and add the honey. As much weight as you lost, I would think you knew this by now. Have you figured out when you are going to bulk?
    i thought the sugar content could be very high as im being extremely strict , soon but i feel if i bulk now i will end up with to higher bf tried so hard to get this far dont want to ruin it
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    Originally Posted by nnolan View Post
    i thought the sugar content could be very high as im being extremely strict , soon but i feel if i bulk now i will end up with to higher bf tried so hard to get this far dont want to ruin it
    Let's say one day you eat 200g of carbs, mostly from simple sugars (honey processed crackers, white flour, that kind of thing). The next day you eat 200g from mostly complex carbs like sweet potato, brown rice, etc.

    Assuming the total calories and macros were the same each day, fat loss results will be identical.

    What will probably differ is your satiety and maybe your subjective feelings of energy and fullness. You'll probably also do a little bit better in terms of micronutrients from the complex carbs, just because they come from nutrient-dense foods.

    When someone answers IIFYM to your question, this is what they mean.
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    Everything is about balance. If you were putting honey on ice cream or a sugar snack or something and that's where most of your carbs were coming from, maybe that wouldn't be the best thing to do, at least from a satiety standpoint. But you're eating oatmeal which is fairly filling for carbs so go ahead with your honey. So, to answer your question about putting honey on your oatmeal, go ahead and do it IIFYM and you're not using so much sugar that it's working against you from a satiety standpoint.

    Personally, I'm cutting right now and I put brown sugar, cinnamon, blueberries, butter, a pinch of salt, and a splash of half & half in my oats and it's amazing.
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