July 8, 2016 at 6:55 pm Roz: thanks in advance The internet is full of claims of magic supplements that can make you thin. Unfortunately, the only thing they’ll make thin is your wallet. This is true even if they were once mentioned on Dr. Oz – you know that’s an entertainment show, right?
b) I also ( sans glasses ) bought Vegemite ( I’m in New Zealand ) because I learned it had no added sugar. However, my glasses now tell me it does contain Yeast grown on Barley and Wheat, AND Malt Extract from Barley, which I expect is out? Total sugars 2.4g per 100g. Can you confirm this please?
Hi, I have some questions: Other questions I have are about types of vinegar. Are all or most suitable? Some of Dr. Maffetone’s recipes include rice wine vinegar. But there are sugars in this? In Japan where I live there’s a ton of Mirin, nearly every dish contains it, but on the packaging it says per 15ml there is 6-9g of carbs in it. Is this still okay?
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I’ve migrated the two week test into a lifestyle change and dig the results. In fact, I was just reminded that I haven’t had ANY of the blurry-low-energy-bonks since I’ve sliced carbs & sugar out of my world. Yee Haw. In concert with the nutrition, I’ve always been an disciplined workout person (aerobic & anaerobic), and at 52 (51 when I began the program), it was challenging to slow way down. I’ve made progress AND have a ‘over the weekend’ discovery that I’d like your thoughts on. When I figured my exercise zone, it was 180-51=129; so, my workouts were in the 119-129 range (after a 15 minute warm-up in the 109-119 range). My question is around the ‘other part’ of the 180 equation: either the addition or subtraction of additional heartbeats. Immediately, option 1 and 2 were out, as I did not and have not ever met those criteria. I initially ruled out option 4, because I ‘read into’ the word racing; I settled on option 3, so didn’t add or subtract anything. Well, and here’s where the weekend epiphany comes in, I was reading Phil’s book again, specifically the calculation section, and I stopped on the 4 options. I have been exercising for more than 4 years (uh, way more), and my work outs are formal and challenging. So, while I’m not a racer per se, I am very much a competitor against myself. SO I’ve determined that option 4 (and the additional 5 bpm) is for me. I ran that workout today and it felt good, AND I’m grateful for the lowered heart rate, as it taught me patience and humility (I don’t have to chase down everyone). Here’s the heart of my question…while I did add 5 bpm to my workout today (warmup and workout), I’m wondering if I should sprinkle in 3 beats at first for a couple of weeks and then 2 beats later? What are your thoughts on this? Thanks again for the support . Make today great! Chris
Because let’s face it, losing fat sucks. It’s not fun. Most of us would love to just sit around and eat whatever the hell we want whenever the hell we want with no regard for calories, macronutrients or the quality of that food. For proof of this, look no further than the fact that this is what most people actually do (and of course why most people are fatter than they want to be).
In the app we see in the yes foods: The 1 Nut Dietitians Say to Avoid If You're Trying to Lose Weight Hi, am thinking about starting the 2 weeks test. But have a few questions remaining. What about unsweetened soya/ almond milk? Can that be taken?
Meal Planning for Vegetarian Diets October 5, 2016 at 8:22 pm Online I found this info: “Kabocha is a low carb alternative to butternut squash. A single cup of kobocha squash has only forty calories per cup compared to butternut squash, which has 60 calories. It has less than half of the carbs of butternut squash (7 grams vs. 16 grams) per one cup serving.”
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Don’t think you’ve covered this already as it’s quite UK focused but what is the positioning on Butter in the 2 week test? To clarify I’m talking stuff like this: http://www.tesco.com/groceries/product/details/?id=254263190 (Country life original Block Butter if the link doesn’t work)
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Orthopedic Surgeons Warning Signs Yes, it’s fine, considering that we can overdo any food. Fats have more calories per grams than carbs or protein, but they are very effective in stopping the body from being hungry. So, if you eat too many fat calories, you’ll still gain weight. But by eating fats, your body will regulate its appetite much more effectively, essentially regulating your body mass at a lower fat content (which also typically means a lower weight).
Track and React Is this because fat and protein are such wonderful fuels? Did my body somehow intuit that it could use its stored resources of flab? (That would be a metabolic instinct my body never displayed before.) Was I merely responding to lower insulin levels? Beats me. I can report what I felt, but the exact reasons remain a mystery.
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