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Look at the calories on the bottle. Then add that much exercise to burn it off. Enjoy your beer, rum, whiskey, etc. You need to enjoy life not live like a hermit. Just account for the in and make sure you add to the out column to cover it (I had the same argument with all the medical types, when cornered they will concede).yosimiti wrote:Drinking was a pleasure my doc told me to give up two years ago. It doesn't help with weight loss, among other things. So Viky, your post kinda made me cry.
Watch what the profs eat. Very few meals. no snacks. no sodas. All the "how much does it burn" stats are on the CDC site. Have at it. You will not be thrilled by the lack of effort your brain makes to burn cals.yosimiti wrote:Anyways, I'm wondering, how many calories does a writer burn while writing? It can't be that much. But 'thinking' must account for something cause professors are generally thin (at least from all the classes I've been to hitherto).
yep. Time to "man up and do it" is all I can say. Blows like a seasick prone person on a tilt-a-whirl, but you have to either deal with being "fat" or learn to stop eating too many calories.yosimiti wrote:But yeah, NOT EATING is LIKE THE HARDEST THING IN THE WORLD TO FREAKIN DO Jaysen.
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Jaysen wrote:Carbs aren't the problem. Calories are. Count them. Seriously. There is no difference between 1,000 calories of lettuce and 1,000 calories of bigmac. both are 1k cal that you need to burn off. It IS that simple.
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devinganger wrote:That is SO not true, according to so much of the new research and science being done.
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