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Old 11-22-2012, 05:19 PM   #3
BendtheBar
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I cook using a lot of butter, heavy and cream cheese. With a little work I have learned how to make healthy, calorie dense foods that might work well for you. For example today I had Brussel sprouts in a cream sauce. Not much chewing involved and it was amazing. I use a similar cheese sauce on pasta for the kids, in healthy cheesecake, etc.

I certainly don't know what you go through, but I would definitely recommend looking into a higher natural fat style diet. I eat using this style and is is very satisfying and calorie dense.

I could easily make a protein cheesecake that is healthy and delicious. Here is a base in case you're curious.

http://muscleandbrawn.com/forums/low...tml#post294332

Calorie density is your friend, and natural fats in sufficient quantities give me all the energy I can handle.
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