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Old 11-29-2011, 02:14 PM   #1
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Default Foods that are bad for you?

I am trying to gain weight since I am only 120 pounds. I was wondering if there are any foods that I should really avoid? Ones that will pack on the pounds but will make me pay in the long run with cholesterol and things of that nature?
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The list would be huge, but try to stay away from highly processed stuff as a general rule. Here is a good list of cheap bulking foods:

- Milk
- Eggs
- Ground Beef
- Natural Peanut Butter
- Bananas
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The list would be huge, but try to stay away from highly processed stuff as a general rule. Here is a good list of cheap bulking foods:

- Milk
- Eggs
- Ground Beef
- Natural Peanut Butter
- Bananas
Memorize this list. There are a couple things I'll add in the meat department.

-Whole Chickens
-Bone in Pork Steaks
-Whole Turkeys

The bones from poultry can be boiled down later to make a very rich and tasty stock for soups.
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