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Daemon
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Is Schwarzenegger to Blame for Your Spare Tire?

It doesn't take a scientist to figure out that being a couch potato isn't good for one's waistline, but it does take one—in fact, it took an entire team—to figure out which genre of TV or film is likely to do the most damage. The answer, as it turns out, is action. People watching an action film ate twice the amount of food by weight and 65 percent more calories than those watching an interview program. All in all, the researchers conclude, people should avoid snacking when watching TV, particularly when watching highly distracting content like action movies. More...
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Daemon wrote:
Is Schwarzenegger to Blame for Your Spare Tire?


NO!

Why only Arnie BTW? How about Jackie Chan, Bruce Lee and Chuck-Norris?!?

Here is Arnold Schwarzenegger's motivational movie




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MechPebbles
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Stop watching TV. It does bad things to your brains and your body.
NeuroticHellFem
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I second MechPebbles motion. Applause

If you're sitting on your butt reading this (like I am while I'm typing this), you'd be better off going for a walk.


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TheParser
Posted: Monday, September 8, 2014 8:05:57 AM
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No, a mediocre actor is not responsible for my spare tire.

Ice cream is.
Gary98
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The answer is no. I do not eat anything while watching a movie.
Gary98
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And I am in pretty good shape: no spare tire.
Gary98
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Cornell should have spent the money somewhere else
GreenBanana
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Yeah, it has nothing to do with school or those dreary office and dead end anaerobic sales jobs at all.

Make every post as if it was the first one in the thread.
Fredric-frank Myers
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So would it be safe to say that the, "fast-food/junk-food" producers, have conspired to put more of their money in the production of this type of TV programing? One would wonder or at least begin to speculate, right? It is never a "conspiracy" but rather a comment on the capitalist, "mind set".
Trivium_Discipulus
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Daemon wrote:
Is Schwarzenegger to Blame for Your Spare Tire?

It doesn't take a scientist to figure out that being a couch potato isn't good for one's waistline, but it does take one—in fact, it took an entire team—to figure out which genre of TV or film is likely to do the most damage. The answer, as it turns out, is action. People watching an action film ate twice the amount of food by weight and 65 percent more calories than those watching an interview program. All in all, the researchers conclude, people should avoid snacking when watching TV, particularly when watching highly distracting content like action movies. More...


The big secret is that hormonal balance plays a KEY role in hormonal imbalance (elevated insulin and other nasties) and this, in turn, drives excess weight gain, cellular inflammation, Big Agra profits, Big Pharma profits, etc...

Research and anti-inflammatory diet - it really works (almost a decade on a decent anti-inflammatory diet here).

Dr. Wahls reversed her late stage MS by implementing a nutrient dense, anti-inflammatory diet - search Minding Your Mitochondria on Youtube.

Big Pharma doesn't investigate because their JOB is to maximize profits, not empower people to minimize profits - it is so elementary but most people DON'T THINK IT THROUGH. Start thinking it through.

“We all have a tendency to think that the world must conform to our prejudices. The opposite view involves some effort of thought, and most people would die sooner than think – in fact they do so.”
~Bertrand Russell, The ABC of Relativity (1925), p. 166.


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