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2/27/10 4:53 P

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You are welcome!

"To insure good health: Eat lightly, breathe deeply, live moderately, cultivate cheerfulness, and maintain an interest in life" - William Londen

"There are only two or three human stories, and they go on repeating themselves as fiercely as if they have never happened before." - Willa Cather


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2/27/10 12:15 P

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Thanks for the great link to the article. It was full of some uselful information. I know I exercise in the morning when I first get up so I do not eat until after I shower. I no longer have to feel guilty for my morning routine. emoticon emoticon

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2/26/10 9:31 A

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Thank you so much for the link to the article, that was really helpful! I think I will adjust what I eat a little bit on the days I am doing the program, and the rest of the week stick to my current schedule! Thanks again.

I will be embracing my inner Weeble and will not fall down, but just roll back up and keep on going!!



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2/26/10 8:37 A

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Ooh. That is not good. I feel ok if I eat 2 hours before I go, but that is a good sized (400 cal) meal. If I had to eat just before I would probably stick with a plain piece of toast or toast with a tad of nut butter.

I read an article the other day that said if you are doing over an hour of cardio then you need to eat before.
But if doing less than an hour your body has enough reserves to exercise without eating.
The article also said that it is good to eat 20 - 60 minutes after working out (unless it is a lighter workout--then within 2 hours).

I just found an article in Spark regarding the same topic (not sure if it is the same that I read):
www.sparkpeople.com/resource/nutriti
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"To insure good health: Eat lightly, breathe deeply, live moderately, cultivate cheerfulness, and maintain an interest in life" - William Londen

"There are only two or three human stories, and they go on repeating themselves as fiercely as if they have never happened before." - Willa Cather


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2/26/10 8:18 A

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maybe have something small granola bar then eat when you get back

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Hi,

I am only on Week 1 Day 2, just finished, anyway I ate breakfast before I went, I am thinking this was not such a good idea as I now want to puke, should I eat after I am done? Any suggestions? I seem to have trained my body that when I get up it's time to have breakfast, LOL.... any ideas would be appreciated!

I will be embracing my inner Weeble and will not fall down, but just roll back up and keep on going!!



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