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    I have 4 to 6 most days, so that's about 35...

    I have 4 to 6 most days, so that's about 35...
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    I'm with you! I've been training for a while...

    I'm with you!

    I've been training for a while yet not made huge gains in strength or muscle. I started on Nautilus machines but quickly moved over to Stronglifts 5x5, and I made some decent initial...
  3. Aye my friends were hoping it wasn't an April...

    Aye my friends were hoping it wasn't an April fool of course.

    Just had a debate in the post comments with a friend who's into nutrition and was pointing out that "my idea of good fats is different...
  4. Fried breakfast is healthiest way to start the day, say scientists

    My friend posted this (in disbelief) to Facebook today:
    http://www.telegraph.co.uk/health/healthnews/7543507/Fried-breakfast-is-healthiest-start-to-day-say-scientists.html

    The article...
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    I usually eat 3 meals on weekdays as the...

    I usually eat 3 meals on weekdays as the breakfast-lunch-dinner schedule fits in well with working full time (although I'll skip breakfast sometimes, particularly on gym day as I can't work out on a...
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    I used to love my grains: porridge for breakfast,...

    I used to love my grains: porridge for breakfast, sandwiches for lunch, pasta for dinner, toast for supper. Yet giving them up just wasn't an issue; I don't think I really had any emotional...
  7. Thread: Eating too much?

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    Sounds tasty :) I sometimes put cream in...

    Sounds tasty :) I sometimes put cream in scrambled eggs (regular cream or crème fraiche, both work well) but I put it in last, after the eggs are done, does it work better when you put the cream in...
  8. Thread: No Cheese?

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    Cheese surely shouldn't have any artificial trans...

    Cheese surely shouldn't have any artificial trans fat in it; as a dairy product it probably contains some CLA, which is a naturally occurring and healthy "trans" fat. I wasn't sure whether that was...
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    This thread makes me happy.
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    I just finished nomming my way through a big piece of pork belly. The stuff's mostly fat and full of calories, great fuel!
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    I'm not "ripped" at the moment. During last Summer I got pretty lean, not quite in 6-pack territory but almost, and people were commenting that I was "worryingly skinny." I reckon when girls are...
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    My flatmates are all very much non-Primal. Our kitchen is full of cereal boxes, vegetable oils, margarines, bread, extra lean meat, and pseudo-health-food like hemp oil (the bottle even states that...
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    Omega-3 is a PUFA, yes. And like Omega-6, it's essential in small amounts.


    That AHA thing's a load of nonsense, like most of what they say. I wonder how much the vegetable oil industry paid them...
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    Six, or more if I'm particularly hungry. With plenty bacon of course.
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    Eat and exercise the way humans were intended to.
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    "Red meat should only be eaten 1-3 times per week". Per day, more like!
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    I'm in the same boat as Griff and Diana; these days I pretty much just laugh at CW. It did take me a wee while to cut back on the exercise though.
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    It's just a day trip? Just eat a good big breakfast and you'll be set. I never feel the need for food when I'm snowboarding. Snowboarding's aerobic activity so burns fat not carbohydrate, so eat...
  19. Thread: Funny CW moments

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    Great one yesterday when I was making my dinner (pork steaks) and two of my flatmates were also in the kitchen... One of them offered me a biscuit, I declined, so he says to the other one "I've never...
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    Raphael: same here.


    I guess churning out these articles keeps people overweight so keeps the writers in a job...
  21. Thread: No 'Pooing It

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    I tried the baking soda and ACV method the other day. Worked a treat, my hair looked and felt just as good as it does after a wash with regular shampoo and conditioner! I currently wash it twice a...
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    "Eating foods containing cholesterol is bad for you" - absolutely insane. I can understand why people think saturated fat is bad, the reasoning is convincing enough until you look at the details, but...
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    Anaerobic exercise like sprinting and weightlifting trains the heart too, both during and after. It leaves behind metabolic byproducts like lactic acid, which the aerobic cycle then needs to "clean...
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    The fact that it's pure fibre means eating a lot can't be good for you... it's definitely worse to eat too much fibre than too little.
  25. Thread: Mark fatbody

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    LOL.


    From the site:
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    Benefits of Ultimate Acai Power:


    * Helped me burn calories even when resting
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