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Hey Mike, you're craving sugar because your body is not adapted to burning fat as a fuel source. Look into IF (Intermittent Fasting). Sugar craving is also a symptom of a lack of sodium. Your body needs sodium in a 1 to 2 ratio with potassium.
Hey Mike, I've finally made it as a pro photographer! Really, I'm a flatbed semi truck driver who hauls lumber to construction sites, locally, in Las Vegas. Actually, I have to photograph the lumber units as a forklift driver removes them from the trailer. It's proof that 84 Lumber fulfilled their order obligation. Sometimes framing companies claim they didn't receive their stuff; well, the photographs I take offer proof. CYA. My camera of choice is a Google Pixel 3XL. I gotta tell ya though that Google did a brilliant job with their camera app software. My lumber photos really stand out in juxtaposition to the other drivers, er, I mean the other pro photographers 😁. I'm like the Ansel Adams of lumber landscapes hahaha. I finally made it! 😀👍 [Congratulations Jeff! :-) --Mike]
Hey Mike, it's still always calories in versus calories burned, but I'm talking about body composition. If you're spiking insulin with a diet rich in carbs you will carry more fat versus lean muscle than if you kept insulin flatlined. Insulin prevents fat burning enzymes from working plus you lose out on your body producing growth hormone which has fat burning and anti-aging properties. Regards!
Hey Mike, both statements are true. You only need carbohydrates in the form of say leafy green vegetables for their vitamins and minerals which you could supplement instead. Carbs ARE unessential. The body without carbs will switch to burning fat and converting the fat into ketones. Carbs are converted to sugar in which some are used for energy and the rest are stored as body fat. If you're consuming a good amount of carbs just look in the mirror: are you lean with lean muscle or flabby. Eliminating carbs and using fat and some protein for energy will transform your body into a lean, ripped machine. [Hi Jeff, you've fallen for some unfortunately common misinformation. You can't gain weight eating more rice. If you yourself are overweight at all, try this experiment (because I don't want to advocate eating rice): without changing anything about your current diet--that is, without compensating by eating additional rich foods, but without attempting to curtail your normal eating either--add 14 slices of whole-grain bread to your diet each day for six weeks. Make sure it's real whole grain bread and has low sugar. Eaten plain. You will lose weight. Try it for yourself. --Mike]
Hey Mike, rice is a carbohydrate that spikes insulin causing the body to store carbohydrates as fat while simultaneously shutting down growth hormone and fat burning enzymes--plus carbohydrates are unessential. [Neither of these statements is true at all! You can't survive without carbohydrates. --Mike]
Nice creative writing in paragraph three.
Toggle Commented Nov 11, 2018 on And So It Begins at The Online Photographer
Just send your money to your government and they’ll control the sun.
It’s easy to get hung up on tools, especially guitars and cameras, but really they are more or less typewriters for inputting what’s in the artist’s heart, mind, and soul. Different flavors and colors can be added with different tools, like your wonderful old Martin, or even Mike’s Exacta 66, but essentially, and the symbiosis between artistic tools, is that they are used to express the person using them.
The Pentax SF1n, and its stripped down sister, the SF1, were pretty nice off-the-radar cameras. You could back up either one with a K1000 and you were all set.
Looks like the red chair is under the weather. [ :-) --Mike]
Che? Really? Mr.Turnley is a naive propagandist.
I don't deny that climate changes (has been since climate existed), but for politicians/ globalists to confiscate and redistribute wealth, using scare tactics and phony promises, is insidious evil.
Nikon D200 with CCD sensor.
Toggle Commented Jul 21, 2016 on The Prettiest Image Files at The Online Photographer
"The right of the people to keep and bear arms shall not be infringed." It's as clear as the nose on your face Mike. You can ride a stationary bike and get a workout, comparable to running, without overly stressing the joints and dealing with adverse weather. A treadmill works too. [Except that's not what it says, as you well know. It says, "A well regulated Militia, being necessary to the security of a free State, the right of the people to keep and bear Arms, shall not be infringed." In other words, the people may keep and bear arms in order to constitute a well-regulated militia. And what "militia" meant then—rather than now, when it has come to mean a radical militant splinter group—is, in its modern manifestation, the National Guard. And that's as clear as the nose on YOUR face. And we can get no closer together than that, because, QED, the sentence is exceptionally poorly worded and doesn't make clear what it means. --Mike]
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