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Ah, always enjoyed San Fran. as a kid in the 70s. Sounds like times have changed - but in some cases maybe for the best. I wonder if this was really a big enough problem that a law needed to be passed? "San Francisco Bans Naked Dining Amid Hygiene Fears" http://www.foxnews.com/us/2011/11/03/san-francisco-bans-naked-dining-amid-hygiene-fears/?test=latestnews
6' @ 170lbs with around 7 to 8% body fat. I'd hoping to add another 10lbs of muscle over winter and spring.
Not sure of the best protein to purchase. I've personally had good luck just eating meats. But recall seeing this study on Dr. Briffas's sight about weight loss, best exercise to perform, and protein that I thought was interesting. "Higher-protein, lower-carb diet with resistance exercise best for fat loss" http://www.drbriffa.com/2011/06/23/higher-protein-lower-carb-diet-with-resistance-exercise-best-for-fat-loss/
I've read a few testimonials from people on the sight below that their droopy, dark circle eyes cleared up after eliminating wheat. Since you also feel tired an fatigued, you might try taking wheat out of your diet for a few weeks and see if things improve. http://www.wheatbellyblog.com/
I think that is a common feeling people experience when he/she stop eating sugars - more even energy, no afternoon snooze, less depressed, etc . Recall reading a few testimonials on Tom Naughton's sight about others that cut out carbs from their diet this morning. "Weekend Mail" http://www.fathead-movie.com/index.php/2011/09/10/weekend-mail/
Saw this about the importance of water for building muscle. So if into weight lifting, the timing of water drinking would be important also."Dehydration likely reduces the benefits of resistance exercise"The rest is at:http://www.drbriffa.com/2011/08/22/dehydration-likely-reduces-the-benefits-of-resistance-exercise/
I do not have gout, but have read a few times about sugars increasing uric acid, leading to gout. Thought this might be of help."Goodbye, fructose"http://www.trackyourplaque.com/blog/2009/07/goodbye-fructose.htmlsnippet:
Didn't watch the video! Can imagine what happened though.Actually calcium has not been found to strengthen bones. It is vitamin D3, and vitamin K2 that work with calcium and other minerals to do this.A meta-analysis/ study article about that:"Milk and calcium good for the bones? Don’t think so"http://www.drbriffa.com/2011/03/08/milk-and-calcium-good-for-the-bones-dont-think-so/Snippet:
Study wise, Swedish physician Andreas Eenfeldt who teaches his patients to eat low carb, had what I thought was a nice post the other day. "Weight loss and LC: Time to stop denying the science" http://www.dietdoctor.com/weight-los...ng-the-science Quote: I’m having a debate in a Norwegian paper with some official “nutrition experts”. They claimed that weight loss studies do not show any advantage for low carb diets. Unbelievably enough, that is what many so...
If you are vegetarian thinking of eating meat once again, you are not alone from what I've read. Many vegetarians are leaving the diet in favor of eating "ethical meats". I'm guessing ethical means grass fed meats, which is what I try to purchase. "Most Vegetarians Become Ex-Vegetarians?" http://www.fathead-movie.com/index.p...x-vegetarians/
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