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I pretty much choose something in between! Here’s a good diagram to show you the difference between a fat loss and a muscle gain omelette! And btw I love omelettes! 😍😍😍 Like it’s one of the best meal ideas ever.! Repost @emily.m.spicer
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💥💥OMELETTE IDEAS FOR FAT LOSS AND MUSCLE GAIN!!!!💥💥

😉Omelets are awesome and one of my favorite breakfast options and if I am being completely honest, are a favorite dinner meal of mine also! The ingredients you use in your omelette will dictate how many calories you’ll eventually be consuming. So be aware of this!✌️

I decided to make 5 categories for the main ingredients of an omelette and give you a few ideas for each one. Let’s talk about the most important ones for your caloric intake.

🥚First off, eggs. If you’re trying to lose fat and you’re consuming 4-5 eggs in your omelette. That will add up VERY quickly. Trying to lose fat? Opt for the egg whites or 1 whole egg bulked up with a few egg whites or servings of liquid eggs!

🥓Also, if you’re adding meats to your omelette and you’re trying to lose fat opt for lean meats. Trying to gain muscle and you need to add some calorically dense foods to your omelettes, go for the somewhat fattier meats!

NOT PICTURED: If you are wanting to add cheese for the fat loss option, add a light laughing cow cheese wedge. Each wedge is only 1.5g Fat, 1g carb and 2g pro. 35 calories. There are a several flavors so get crazy! LOL! 😜

🍳Oh boy, this is the most important one. WHAT ARE YOU COOKING IT?! If you’re trying to lose fat. Avoid oils and butters like the plague and get yourself some pam spray. These oils and butters add hundreds of calories to your meal without you even noticing it. Now, if you’re trying to build muscle.. You can definitely add it to get some more calories in.

✌️My friend, I hope this was helpful to you and the next time you create an omelette using this chart, tag me on your instastory!! I’d love to see you!

❤️Much love, talk soon! 🙏✌️😘
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#weightloss #weightlossjourney #weightlossdiet #weightlossplan #diet #dieting #fatloss #fatlossjourney #nutrition #nutritiontips #nutritioncoach #fitness #fitnessmotivation

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I pretty much choose something in between! Here’s a good diagram to show you the difference between a fat loss and a muscle gain omelette! And btw I love omelettes! 😍😍😍 Like it’s one of the best meal ideas ever.! Repost @emily.m.spicer
・・・
💥💥OMELETTE IDEAS FOR FAT LOSS AND MUSCLE GAIN!!!!💥💥

😉Omelets are awesome and one of my favorite breakfast options and if I am being completely honest, are a favorite dinner meal of mine also! The ingredients you use in your omelette will dictate how many calories you’ll eventually be consuming. So be aware of this!✌️

I decided to make 5 categories for the main ingredients of an omelette and give you a few ideas for each one. Let’s talk about the most important ones for your caloric intake.

🥚First off, eggs. If you’re trying to lose fat and you’re consuming 4-5 eggs in your omelette. That will add up VERY quickly. Trying to lose fat? Opt for the egg whites or 1 whole egg bulked up with a few egg whites or servings of liquid eggs!

🥓Also, if you’re adding meats to your omelette and you’re trying to lose fat opt for lean meats. Trying to gain muscle and you need to add some calorically dense foods to your omelettes, go for the somewhat fattier meats!

NOT PICTURED: If you are wanting to add cheese for the fat loss option, add a light laughing cow cheese wedge. Each wedge is only 1.5g Fat, 1g carb and 2g pro. 35 calories. There are a several flavors so get crazy! LOL! 😜

🍳Oh boy, this is the most important one. WHAT ARE YOU COOKING IT?! If you’re trying to lose fat. Avoid oils and butters like the plague and get yourself some pam spray. These oils and butters add hundreds of calories to your meal without you even noticing it. Now, if you’re trying to build muscle.. You can definitely add it to get some more calories in.

✌️My friend, I hope this was helpful to you and the next time you create an omelette using this chart, tag me on your instastory!! I’d love to see you!

❤️Much love, talk soon! 🙏✌️😘
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#weightloss #weightlossjourney #weightlossdiet #weightlossplan #diet #dieting #fatloss #fatlossjourney #nutrition #nutritiontips #nutritioncoach #fitness #fitnessmotivation

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