How long before gym do you have a yam?

Nathan Edwards
Nathan Edwards

How long before gym do you have a yam?

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Owen Evans
Owen Evans

Additional info

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Brody Clark
Brody Clark

Adding a yam to what I normally eat for dinner would likely give me vitamin A poisoning, and I already consume suspicious levels of folic acid, in which case I really don't want to bring that up either

Connor Richardson
Connor Richardson

doesn't have in between set yams
not gonna make it

Isaac Robinson
Isaac Robinson

I'm not retarded, I train while fasted

There's no vitamin A in yams

Parker Nelson
Parker Nelson

While it's true that fasted training is the correct way to train I do believe there is vitamin A in yams because of that chart posted right after the OP

Robert Scott
Robert Scott

350% of daily Vitamin A

What happens if you eat 1 sweetpotato every godly day?

Carson Jones
Carson Jones

eating all that for 100 calories

Luke Martin
Luke Martin

That is not a yam you fuck that is a sweet potato.

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Justin Collins
Justin Collins

I love sweet potatoes, they are sweet and potato-y.

Jaxon Rogers
Jaxon Rogers

It's beta-carotene not retinol so the worst thing that will happen is you might go a little orange.

Kevin Phillips
Kevin Phillips

It says VITAMIN A. And Too much Vitamin A is bad.

Jordan Cook
Jordan Cook

My walmart carries organic sweet potatoes but the farmer labels them "yams". "Beauregard Yams" bothers my autism

Landon Rogers
Landon Rogers

No, Mister Brainlet, too much vitamin A in retinol form is bad. It'd take you 30 seconds to google this.

Nicholas Hall
Nicholas Hall

these are typical orange on the inside sweet potatoes

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Joseph Phillips
Joseph Phillips

The pic is wrong, it's a labelling scam. Vitamin A is not found in any plant. Beta carotene exists in plants, which gets converted in small quantities into vitamin A. Only a maximum of 3% of carotene can be converted into vitamin A and that's if you have good genetics, there are over 40% of fully grown adults who can't convert any carotene into vitamin A, they simply don't have the gene for it

Owen Johnson
Owen Johnson

Lol source for this?

Christopher Campbell
Christopher Campbell

Your body can produce vitamin A from carotenoids found in plants.

These carotenoids include beta-carotene and alpha-carotene, which are collectively known as provitamin A.

However, about 45% of people carry a genetic mutation that significantly reduces their ability to convert provitamin A into vitamin A (2, 3).

Depending on your genetics, the following vegetables might provide considerably less vitamin A than indicated.

1. Sweet Potato (cooked) — 204% DV per serving

1 cup: 1,836 mcg (204% DV) 100 grams: 1,043 mcg (116% DV)

Nathan Nelson
Nathan Nelson

hes not making a sweet potato mash to top his low country shepherds pie for the ultimate gains max meal

I still have faith that someday you'll make it, despite this setback

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Bentley Foster
Bentley Foster

I have my yam post workout with 3 servings of tuna.

Preworkout meal is a banana and scoop of Mr. Hyde preworkout

Wyatt Myers
Wyatt Myers

there's no way a whole sweet potato only has 112 calories that's retarded.

everything is gmo and looks like a bad dragon dildo these days. it has to be like 300 calories minimum. can someone confirm?

Lucas Russell
Lucas Russell

mayby ~150-160 cals for a 200 gram

Luis Peterson
Luis Peterson

wow that is crazy if true

Camden Cox
Camden Cox

banana
tuna
yam
bizzaro hype drugs

how poor are you?

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