Athene wrote:Here's an interesting link someone sent me - it kind of epitomizes the issues with current ideas about "healthy diet and exercise" ie. eating tons of carbs and doing chronic cardio http://www.marksdailyapple.com/my-healt ... z23MnH8xM5
Athene wrote:Has anyone seen The Dark Knight Rises? I really enjoyed it. I love the Christopher Nolan Batman trilogy. Again, me with the superheroes
Athene wrote:Update: It's after 1AM, no exercise, just working on my paper, eating, and taking breaks on the balcony or in front of the tv. I might just go for a run right now, but I think it might wake me up... I dunno. I didn't eat any vegetables today either.
Boss Man wrote:More fat is good if it's the right kind and people shouldn't be afraid of fat, as long as they know what is good from what is bad .
musculArgirl2 wrote:Athene wrote:Here's an interesting link someone sent me - it kind of epitomizes the issues with current ideas about "healthy diet and exercise" ie. eating tons of carbs and doing chronic cardio http://www.marksdailyapple.com/my-healt ... z23MnH8xM5
Interesting article. she looks awesome. funny she had the same results you do with no weight loss.
Boss Man wrote:So this primal way of eating discourages trans fats, but surely it must discriminate against hydrogenates too.
I assume there might be guidelines regarding fat mimetics and fat replacers too maybe.
Boss Man wrote:Fat mimetics are simply that. Designed to mimic fat. Mimic the taste, feel and the way in which the body responds to them, as if they were actual fat themselves, but I believe they are designed to have less or even none, of the arterial and subcutaneous side effects, associated with animal and chemical fats.
richs wrote:I had a big omelete at IHOP for lunch yesterday and cut my snack and dinner down because of it.
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