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Old 04-30-2012, 08:43 PM   #2 (permalink)
rpmcduff
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Maybe I don't understand your question but I believe the nutritional information would be the same for frozen or thawed. If the product included some water in the freezing process (some frozen chicken breasts I've purchased, come to mind, that look to have been misted or dipped in water to freeze them faster) then the weight frozen could make the nutrition information incorrect. (Water has no calories or nutrional value so an ounce of water would throw your calculation off by the nutrient values for an ounce of the product.) If the product was vacume packed or frozen in the package as it comes fresh from the grocery store the values should be the same. So if in doubt just use the thawed weight.

Hope this helps!
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Male, Age 53 Height 5'-11"
Start, Spring 2009....,.. 270.0 lbs
January 21, 2010. ....,...255.0 lbs (Joined Fitday)
September 10, 2010..,..223.8 lbs. (-46.2lbs)
Mini-Goal......................225 Achieved 9/21/2012
Mini-Goal......................220 Achieved 10/26/2012
Current.........................216.2 lbs. (-53.8 lbs)
Mini-Goal.......................215
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