Steelers: ‘Bacon and onions, bacon and bacon’ – Steelers fans on the bacon and onions diet
It’s a common refrain, but there are those who insist that bacon and onion are a staple of the Pittsburgh Steelers’ diet.
The Steelers have a strict dietary restriction for their players and coaches, but many fans feel they should eat less meat, and a little less cheese, to make up for the lack of protein and carbs in the team’s diet.
We had a good discussion on this topic last year, when we got a lot of questions about this, so I’m happy to bring you an update on the topic.
The team has done a lot to try to improve their protein and carbohydrate intake.
They have a nutritionist who is looking at the bacon issue, but he is not part of the team nutritionist team.
I’m just trying to be a part of it and say, ‘Look, this is a conversation we have had and this is something we’re going to have to continue to talk about, but if you’re going the right way, if you are doing the right things, it’s possible to eat less bacon and less onions, and less cheese.
So you can be the bacon guy and the onion guy, and I’m sure they’re going through the same thing.’
In the meantime, they are looking at ways to address the problem, including a new bacon-onion-cheese recipe.
We’re also trying to improve our overall protein intake, which has been low since last year.
We want to get to a level where it’s not a burden, it is a bonus.
We have talked about this issue in the past, and the players have spoken about it in the locker room, and there are a lot in the organization who are willing to do this.
We know that the food we eat is a factor.
The health of the Steelers is of the utmost importance to us, and this issue is one we are taking very seriously.
I don’t know that we have talked it over much with our fans, but we are committed to improving our diet.
This is an issue that affects the entire team, and that’s why we’re here.
We don’t want our fans to have an issue, and we certainly don’t like the idea of the players getting fat, which is what we hear so much about.
I’m not sure that I would recommend it, but I certainly would not rule it out.