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    Strawberries and Blueberries

    Are strawberries and blueberries ok to eat when on a cutting diet? I have seen others include these in on some of their meals.

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    Blueberries have the odd effect in me that they, uh, clean out my piping if you know what I mean. This is a good thing, and I am sure helps with the cutting phase.
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    Thanks for telling me about your digestive habits now can anyone else who has some knowledge help.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ozz
    Are strawberries and blueberries ok to eat when on a cutting diet? I have seen others include these in on some of their meals.
    They are great - they are some of the best fruits you can eat on a cutting diet as they are low GI, high fibre and packed full of vitamins, minerals and anti-oxidants.

    Blueberries are more calorie dense (40 cal per 0.5 cups... which really is not that much anyway) but are packed full of anti-oxidants, vitamins, minerals and phytochemicals that keep your whole body healthy (they help with eye health, keeps your brain healthy, helps your nerves, helps with blood-pressure and cholesterol and cardiovascular health and many other things!).

    Strawberries have a much higher water content (one cup only has 30 cals). But these are a great source of vitamins (esp vit C) and are also very healthy for you...

    I say eat up.

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    Damn, I didnĀ“t even knew that blueberries existed.

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    How do you eat it? Raw?

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    Vieope you need to try dingleberries their nutritious and delicious you pick them straight off the vine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ozz
    Vieope you need to try dingleberries their nutritious and delicious you pick them straight off the vine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ozz
    Vieope you need to try dingleberries their nutritious and delicious you pick them straight off the vine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ozz
    Vieope you need to try dingleberries their nutritious and delicious you pick them straight off the vine.
    I knew what blueberries were but I always about dingleberrie, well I googled it and heres what I found.


    1. Dingleberrie


    deposits of fecal matter, tiolet paper and hair that clings to the inner crevass of the buttocks

    i seem to have many dingleberrie's stuck in my butt-crack

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