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May 27th 2009 1:32PM Excellent advice!!
I wish more people understood this.
May 26th 2009 2:45PM I mainly drink water so I don't really worry about liquid calories.
I use sugar-free coffeemate in my coffee which is only 15 calories per serving.
Unfortunately, wine and beer are my sweet indulgences which I enjoy 2 - 3 times a week. But you better bet I count them in my daily calorie counts!
May 6th 2009 5:03PM San Francisco is a beautiful city but those hills can be killer for walking! Especially if you have on dress shoes for dinner.
May 1st 2009 8:51AM I've been working out first thing in the morning for years on an empty stomach, and it has always worked for me.
I eat breakfast immediately after my workout.
This is nonsense, and I've read many reports that state working out first thing in the morning on an empty stomach helps to burn more calories.
Not to mention, your analogy stinks. You obviously can't start a car without gasoline, not matter what. Yet, there are millions of us who have plenty of energy in the morning before breakfast, go figure.
Apr 21st 2009 12:22PM Fitness success stories inspire me in general, whether they come from an A list celebrity or my next door neighbor.
I'm happy for them, and I think it would be hypocritcal of anybody looking to be fit and healthy to not follow the path of those who have demonstrated that same success we wish for ourselves. No matter who they are (or aren't).
Unless of course you're just jealous! =P
Feb 26th 2009 10:24AM Eh, eating fresh blueberries probably has the same effect, and probably a whole lot cheaper.
Here's a great tip for dieters before you go reaching for that "cure all:"
1. Exercise more
2. Eat less and more healthily
You'll lose weight and feel great! That simple!
Feb 23rd 2009 3:47PM Insert emoticon for rolling eyes here.
Feb 23rd 2009 1:52PM Room service hours are 6am-11pm. I hope I win!
Feb 19th 2009 1:32PM I love running and I'm totally convinced it's key to living longer.
Nothing makes you feel the way a long vigorous run makes you feel. It's amazing for your stamina, psyche, metal capacity, and of course, your heart!