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 07-30-2005, 06:24 PM         #1
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kokaine 
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can of tuna after workout
 

 
Anyone here eat a full can of tuna after a workout, it has a alot of protein but alot of fat.............. i started eating a can after a workout, but i just wanna know if its alright to do so

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 07-30-2005, 07:42 PM         #2
harval 
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a can of tuna has a lot of fat?
 07-30-2005, 08:37 PM         #3
kokaine 
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15 grams man plus the mayo i add for easy eating taste ............. so yeah that is a lot of fat for a small can of tuna......... thats why im asking if its healthy eating a whole can
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lol.. yea, check the label again. Per serving is something like 22 grams protein, <1 carbs, 1 gram fat, depending on the type and brand.

Post workout carbs are the most important... so make sure you get plenty of simple (or complex, but simple refills glycogen much quicker) along with your tuna. Make a tuna, dextrose, honey shake. Then again, maybe not
 11 years ago '98        #5
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 kokaine said:
15 grams man plus the mayo i add for easy eating taste ............. so yeah that is a lot of fat for a small can of tuna......... thats why im asking if its healthy eating a whole can
If you can, avoid fats post workout. They will do nothing for you.. but go to your fat reserves once you spike your insulin. Go for carbs protein only, and go for a lot of carbs. Something in the range of 80grams up
 11 years ago '05        #6
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I would say a can of tuna and glass of milk is the perfect after workout meal. You still need the good ffats in your diet. Tuna and milk have the good fats.
 07-31-2005, 02:51 AM         #7
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Tuna isn't something I would consume "right after a workout" for the simple fact that it will take longer for the body to break down as oppose to cottage cheese which is a lot easier on the stomach (if your not lactose and tollerant).

Protein is key after any med/high intensity workout. But make sure your not filling yourself for at least 1hr after any workout.
 07-31-2005, 10:37 AM         #8
kokaine 
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its a "solid light"<--- well i dont take no insulin or anything like that ....... i dont relaly get into supplements except ocassionally i take a multi vit. pill............ How much CARBS can i take to build my body as effectively as possible, lots of sh*t has like 45 grams + more


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 07-31-2005, 10:45 AM         #9
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damn tunas fattening ? i b eating that for snacks n sh*t
 07-31-2005, 10:49 AM         #10
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not the tuna, the mayo he drowns the tuna in is fattening
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 netjunkie said:
Tuna isn't something I would consume "right after a workout" for the simple fact that it will take longer for the body to break down as oppose to cottage cheese which is a lot easier on the stomach (if your not lactose and tollerant).

Protein is key after any med/high intensity workout. But make sure your not filling yourself for at least 1hr after any workout.
I beg to differ. From my understanding, it is BEST to fill your stomach (with a protein rich meal) within an hour after working out.

Where did you hear otherwise?


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 11 years ago '05        #12
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You are suppose to have protein already in your system before you start the work-out. So the torn muscles have it available for healing. Take a protein shake or a can of tuna with some carbs a hour before your work-out. If your taking creatine you need to take that right after your workout without the food. If your not taking creatine you should have a post workout out meal a hour after you work out.
 11 years ago '05        #13
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tuna is definately good for you. just easy on the mayo..or even none at all. just put a little tobasco sauce and eat up
 11 years ago '05        #14
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smackaheffa's on point. props dawg

cholula's dope too.
 08-01-2005, 07:31 PM         #15
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 Smackaheffa said:
tuna is definately good for you. just easy on the mayo..or even none at all. just put a little tobasco sauce and eat up

I eat a lot of tuna...and I have tried........salsa, hot sauce, A-1, and mustard to name a few....dont hate on it until you try it.
 11 years ago '04        #16
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I eat tuna after workouts....here's my recipe no mayo......Dice up some tomato, onion, cilantro aka coriander, half a jalapeno mix with tuna and lemon juice, a lil salt to taste......mmmmmmm good
 11 years ago '05        #17
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I like mixing a can in with some kraft mac and cheese. Ghetto Tuna Caserole - MMMMMMMMMMM!
 08-02-2005, 01:07 AM         #18
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 rondostar said:
I beg to differ. From my understanding, it is BEST to fill your stomach (with a protein rich meal) within an hour after working out.

Where did you hear otherwise?

I meant as soon as the routine is complete. I'm not saying don't eat tuna an hour after you get out of the gym... You shouldn't consume food immediately after working out is what I was trying to say.

Thanks for clearing things up.

heh
 08-02-2005, 10:32 PM         #19
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This will get u fresh tuna off the streets


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 08-02-2005, 11:01 PM         #20
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damnit use fat free mayo with fat free tuna. boom. there ya go.
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