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And I needed some new sandals my 5+ year old birkenstocks are a bit worn. So I figured I might try some huaraches out. I got them today and been wearing them at my standing desk and I must say, my feet feel, "free". There isn't another way to put it, kinda weird and I'm used to working in flipflops or sandals all day.
We'll see how they do when I go for a stroll tonight.
this diet is the dumbest out there, lol! what primal people ate like that???
try the starch solution if you want to eat what the past warriors of the world ate. and all healthy nations have diets based on starch, wake up idiots!
But I dont think it was the preferred food vehicle.
Im sure there is no problem eating natural starches but personally I have found that If I do without starches that the fat pounds come off of me effortlessly.. Anybody else who has had stubborn fat areas that theyve never been able to get rid of, i would venture to say the problem lies with insulin and their ingestion of sugars and starches.
Most of our starches today seem to be of little nutritional value like white bread, white rice, white pasta, etc.
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We are a nation of people who sit at desks, behind computors, ride in cars, planes, trains, buses, up and down elevators, use tractors and other heavy equipment to farm our fields, etc., etc., etc. Most people do not get enough activity in their daily routines to burn off all the carbohydrates that we consume in the standard American diet. The excess carbohydrates are then stored as fat. And unless you are an athelete who trains hours and hours a day or a person who has the time to go excercise daily to burn off all the excess carbs....you are going to get fat. Personally, I would rather eat less carbs than spend my precious few daily hours and weekends with family and friends, than walking on a treadmill to nowhere.
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