Home Angus Burger Diet Friendly Burger and Fries I Recipe Rehab I Everyday Health Angus Burger Diet Friendly Burger and Fries I Recipe Rehab I Everyday Health May 29, 2017 44 20 Share on Facebook Tweet on Twitter RELATED PRODUCTS: RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Angus Burger Lupe Fiasco- Double Burger with Cheese Angus Burger Burger without Bread – KFC Double Down Angus Burger Xin Chào Bút Chì | Tập 61: Quái vật Hamburger 20 COMMENTS Diet Friendly? FUCKING BULLSHIT. This shit has 1057 Calories! Reply Laura better Reply both burger look good and taste can wait to make it today. one now and the other one for dinner but am making it with grown chicken mmm thanks for share this video god bless Reply I love making healthy burgers, be it lean beef or turkey, and both are awesome! For each recipe, all I do is mix in an egg white, Worcestershire sauce, and whatever seasonings I feel like using, and cook. Pop some fries in the air fryer, and viola! Reply You can actually mix the 93/7 ground beef with the lean turkey at 50/50 of each and you will save a bit of money,calories,cholesterol,while having a burger that still tastes quite a bit like a regular beef burger. Reply I watch Laura's channel but yea I would go with Jet's it was more appetizing and well seasoned Reply @lino regaladMine is i have my diet solution program with me.It has given me so much of what my body needs!I thought im gonna be a FAT guy here forever buttruly it gave me an intense workout and diet planmethod helped me lose tons of weight! Thanks to it!PS= i am talking about the site:www*WeightLossAction*infoput dots in place of the asterisks I super hate Yt Filters Reply Hey there, have you heard of "BellyFATtack" yet? Simply google for it and you will find ｂｅｌｌｙｆａｔｔａｃｋ.ｃｏｍ There you will see a practical free video by a recognized licensed nutritionist revealing the best way to burn fat. It helped Cheryl to eliminate her tummy fat. Why not give it a shot. Perhaps it will help you out also. Reply Hey there, have you heard about Bellyfattack ? Simply search on Google. There you will find a useful free video presentation by a successful qualified health practitioner revealing the way to reduce fat. This made it easier for Jane to eliminate her stomach fat. It may work for you too. Reply 🙁 that sucks Reply For both burger and fries though? Reply Hello! I'm Anthony.I did -20 lbs past 2 weeks.Go to aidadiet.com Reply 600 calories isnt healthy cause that's almost the same thing as having a BK burger which is almost the same amount of calories Reply Tryed making the potato wedges and frys they are great Reply F*cking Turkey not every one can eat Turkey some people break out into hives if they eat it Reply I'm one of Laura's big fans… but the turkey burger looked yummier Reply dropping your calories as low as 1500 for the average 180lb man would mean that they would be severely lacking in the vitamins and nutrients they need from things like fruit and veg that they wouldnt be able to obtain because there calories per day dont allow it .. my advice would be to raise cardio enough so that you can get more fruit and veg and as said before those BMR's are very very inaccurate as all people are different and you cannot get an average figure Reply I said give or take and i said average. My point is if you have ever dieted (to lose weight), meaning specifically to have a deficit every day to lose at "least" 1 lbs/week = 3500 calories, you would never incorporate a meal that eats up 30% (or higher) of your daily calories. Its much better/efficient to spread it around your days so you wont quit! Reply Incorrect. Those BMR's you've stated are wildly inaccurate. Reply Its really great that you guys were able to remove 350 to 400 calories from the original approx 1100 calories, but but the average basil metabolic rate a male has is 1500 (more or less) and for women its even less, so having a burger like that of about 600 calories would kill your day, because you wont be able to eat as many times. Why don't you make these burgers smaller so they can be part of you 3-4 meals a day? Reply LEAVE A REPLY Cancel reply Please enter your comment! Please enter your name here You have entered an incorrect email address! Please enter your email address here Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.