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wtf? are they serious?[/quote]Yes. Although obviously you look like an idiot, so this isn`t an everyday sort of thing. It`s more for if you`re stranded in a snowy environment, where snow-blindness is a real risk if you don`t protect your eyes.
[quote]On 6/8/2006 5:03:34 AM Jake-BackMT wrote: what the hell is witch hazel? i`m all about loosing the morning after eyes, but it sounds like voodoo.[/quote]It`s a fairly common type of cream. [url=http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Witch_hazel_%28astringent%29]witch hazel[/url]
I`d suggest diet and excercise.
Diet coke before exercise is also a bad idea. though allowing you to work for longer, and harder. it also encourages dehydration. This can cause one to pass out.
Some facts are useful; but a lot are merely speculation, and not at all fact. Kind of like reading a script from Horizon.
Oh and the Sex section is HALIOUS.
but yeh, some are good, some... i already knew. like the garlic one!
Drinking more than that will result in it being ejected from the body, but you will still need to burn calories to bring it up to 37C.
Note to self: Join a yoga class!
And witch hazel is quite handy as it brings out the bruising and stuff... its good stuff.. nothing to do with voodoo.
Hehe... System of a Down to relax... I get pumped when I hear them!
wtf? are they serious?
To simulate outdoor running, set the treadmill incline to at least 1 percent. Running on a cardio machine set to a zero-percent grade is actually easier than running outdoors on flat ground -- because there`s no wind resistance and less friction.
So that`s why we like sushi. By simultaneously eating "bad" high-glycemic foods (pasta, rice, etc.) and protein (fish, meat, etc.), you greatly lower the former`s absorption rate -- and reduce their tendency to be stored in the body as fat.
The cold water fact is interesting.. I don`t know if I believe it though... :-P