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Old 09-08-2012, 05:10 PM   #1
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Hey all!

I hope everyone's having a great weekend! I'm just starting my 4th week of IP and lost a total of 16 lbs so far. For some reason, I'm really craving an egg/ham omelete, so I was wondering what kind of ham you guys use?

The papers I got from my coach actually says Fat Free Ham-- but I'm not sure which one to buy. Is there a specific brand? Many of them are also cured with sugar.

Please and thank you,
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Old 09-08-2012, 05:45 PM   #2
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Hillshire Farms 97% fat free Deli Select ham seems like a good choice:
in a 2oz serving:

60 cal
2g fat
1g carb (from sugar)
9g protein
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Old 09-08-2012, 06:48 PM   #3
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Fat free Ham
There are 40 calories in a 1 slice (2 oz.) serving of Esskay Fat free Ham.
Fat: 0g (Saturated Fat: 0g).
Carbs: 0g.
Protein: 10g.
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Old 09-08-2012, 07:41 PM   #4
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Can we have deli turkey as well? As long as it's not honey roasted or something like that? I was craving some plain roasted Boar's Head turkey or chicken on a salad?
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I don't believe deli meats are permitted on protocol. The sugar in most hams would make them off limits. Sad truth...
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I checked on the Phase 1 protocol sheet from May of this year - it definitely lists Fat Free cooked ham as an approved meat.
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My coach says smoked ham is fine just cut off the extra fat its the sodium that would be the issue but definitly NO deli ham. I had ham for Easter but going to opt for other meats until I'm done the program.
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My coach says smoked ham is fine just cut off the extra fat its the sodium that would be the issue but definitly NO deli ham. I had ham for Easter but going to opt for other meats until I'm done the program.
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Esskay
Fat free Ham
There are 40 calories in a 1 slice (2 oz.) serving of Esskay Fat free Ham.
Fat: 0g (Saturated Fat: 0g).
Carbs: 0g.
Protein: 10g.
I googled and I don't see their fat-free ham product. Am I missing it?
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Deli meat has tons of sodium and sulfates. I would be wary of it. If you cook ham at home that would prob be fine as long as it's lean.
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Deli meat has tons of sodium and sulfates. I would be wary of it. If you cook ham at home that would prob be fine as long as it's lean.
Was going to have leftover ham for supper, but 3 days is enough, going to take out some chicken
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