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originally posted by: KingJames
a reply to: ElOmen
Iodine deficiency is your problem.
if your temperature is consistently below 98.6 degrees F, and you feel fatigued, fat and chilly, you are probably a good candidate for Wilson’s Temperature Syndrome therapy.
Eating a side of a certain kind of dirt with your dinner might help to prevent obesity by flushing fat out of your system, new research suggests. Australian researchers found that obese rats that ate a certain kind of clay shed more pounds than those that were given a weight-loss drug, a new study reveals. 'Go eat dirt' is not a new phrase - or phenomenon. There are records of ancient Greeks who looked at the ground beneath their feet and decided, 'that looks like a snack.' And celebrities like Shailene Woodley and Elle Macphereson have brought this unlikely nutrition trend back from ancient times, eating clay for detoxes.
originally posted by: luthier
originally posted by: Skorpiogurl
a reply to: luthier
There is no actual proven scientific evidence for or against a fasted workout causing anything you said. Please do the research.
Not only have I observed this in conditioning camps, the university of Surrey pretty much proved woman burn fat faster eating before workouts, this is because of the biomechanical differences of Male and female bodies and what is stored and reserved.