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    What bout outmeal, pb, & maple syrup?

    Hows is this for a good breakfast or should I replace the maple syrup with something else.

    They are intant oat btw. I dont' have alot of time in the morning.
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    Regular old fashioned oats are better than instant oats. Also, drop the syrup!


    Oh, and I hope that's all natural PB your talking about.
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    add protein too, either have some egg whites or mix in a scoop of whey into oats
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    pb is more of a fat than a protein, if you mix in chocolate whey protein its chocolate peanut butter oatmeal and it is so good
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    Yeap, natural PB.

    Would honey be ok to add with whey?

    I'm looking to make it taste a little better.
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    Originally Posted by Jay59
    Yeap, natural PB.

    Would honey be ok to add with whey?

    I'm looking to make it taste a little better.
    why can't you toss in some chunks of apples?

    Honey I think would be better than maple.......maybe a teaspn

    or sprinkle some cinnamon on it?
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    Apples sounds like a great idea, I'll try that out.

    Thanks
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    I looked at Natural PB and regular PB...the only big difference was the sugar content. Am I looking at the wrong PB or what? The fat content was almost identical.
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    Old fashioned oats cook in the microwave in like a minute and they're so much better for you in terms of GI, fiber, etc. If you want more good carbs in there or to spruce up the flavor, add some honey.
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    sugar free maple syrups are great! Twin Sugar gradulated brown also rocks me and I think it will anyone!
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    small amount of syrup wont hurt u, espcially if the rest of ur diet is super strict n u work very hard in the gym....
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    Originally Posted by LocalChili
    I looked at Natural PB and regular PB...the only big difference was the sugar content. Am I looking at the wrong PB or what? The fat content was almost identical.
    ur right. even the mono and poly unsaturated fats are in the same amounts in natural and regular PB. I dunno whats up with the "natty pb craze" around here, but even the sugar is a 1-2g difference only
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    Originally Posted by WillB485
    ur right. even the mono and poly unsaturated fats are in the same amounts in natural and regular PB. I dunno whats up with the "natty pb craze" around here, but even the sugar is a 1-2g difference only
    Most people substitute regular peanut butter with natural peanut butter because of the ingredients. Regular peanut butter has a minimal "partially hydrogenated oils" which simply is trans-fats. Natural is just peanuts, salt. Plus some people like the taste of the natural more than the regular.

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    You guys make syrup sound like the devil. Relax, live a little, enjoy life. Some syrup isn't going to kill you or make you fat, just don't use heaping mounds of it. Moderation is key, if it fit's into your daily macros and the taste brings you pleasure, go for it.
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    What about a tbsp of maple syrup? Would you suggest a certian kind?

    Also what about grape jelly?
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    hell, go with 3 tablespoons of syrup, it's not gonna kill you...but you should get the lite maple syrup, taste the same as regular syrup
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    just get the sugar free stuff, its all good
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