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Old 11-26-2012, 01:19 AM   #1
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As cyclists, chinabikedeal.com we think that we need to pound down lots of carbohydrates. Actually, if you look at a typical american diet it is already hyperloaded with carbs. Thats why we see so many folks walking around with 60 inch waistlines. Fixed Gear Wheel Also, most of the carbs that are being consumed are empty carbs with little to no nutritional value, leaving you more hungry than you were before you ate, after the sugar rush wears off. The truth is even cyclists don’t need as many carbs as we are consuming except during a century ride or similar. In addition, the type of carbs we are consuming are usually just adding more weight gain as they have little nutritional value so your Aluminium Brake Surface Wheel body doesn’t know what to do with it except store it on your left hip. Adopting good eating habits will allow your body to use the food that you give it, and will make you less hungry. Your body is very smart. It knows what it needs to maintain a balance. But if you are always reaching MTB Tubeless Wheelset for processed foods that are heavy in salt and sugar, you are not giving your body what it needs, and your body will react by increasing hunger pangs. So, how do you develop good eating habits? Its really pretty simple. Give your body what it was designed to consume. Before the age of industrialization and before our agricultural geniuses figured out how to genetically 29er Mountain Bike Wheel modify our food so that insects wouldn’t eat it so they could yield ten times the amount of food per acre than before, before all that we just had real food. I guess the insects are smarter than we are. Then the food geniuses figured out how to take out all the nutritional value of the food, and add back in loads of sugar and salt, and that would increase Bicycle Water Bottle Cage shelf life ten fold, so they could put food in a box. So, how do you get through all the non-food to get to the stuff your body really needs?



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Old 11-26-2012, 01:34 AM   #2
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Old 11-26-2012, 12:01 PM   #3
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I needed this laugh, Hack.

So if I give my body what I need, as in, Ben&Jerry's, filet mignon wrapped in bacon and some popcorn, I'll be better on a fixed gear wheel?

I'm not following his connection, but my Chinglish is weak, I've only built things from Ikea, and that only uses pictures.

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Old 11-26-2012, 07:30 PM   #4
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Man, this new guy, what a dork. He didn't even spam the proper area

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The beginner forum was probably appropriate.

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I love the admin's diligence in stopping spammers - even better with humor applied !

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