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Old 01-04-2012, 12:18 PM   #1
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Default Red meat and saturated fat

Apparently, the RDA for saturated fat is 20 grams. Now, this is of course based on the 'Joe Average' figure which says you should only eat 70 grams of fat (I think) and 2,500 calories. None of this takes into account a person's size, level of activity etc.

Red meat and cheese seem to have a lot of saturated fat. I love red meat and cheese but should I be wary of the saturated fat they contain? I train heavy 4 times a week and am hoping to throw in the odd cardio session too.

(I was one of those who wouldn't eat whole eggs until I got some advice on here and did a little research myself on the whole cholesterol thing.)
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