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First let me say I haven't used a standing desk, however I'm in the software development field and know where you're coming from with sitting long hours. I'm also a personal trainer and see a lot of clients with bad backs due to poor posture from sitting long hours. A standing desk will help you lose a few calories, however I cant vouch for how many and if ...


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If you do, stop drinking all sugar-containing beverages (soda, fruit juices, energy drinks) and reduce sweet foods (examples with amount of sugar), including some fruits, and also reduce plain starchy foods, like wheat bread, pasta and potatoes. Eat vegetables (salads) instead of fruits. Try to find some delicious whole-grain bread or other whole-grain ...


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Also, if you eat every 3/4 hours, you won't feel so much hunger. The question here is, you need to have a diet, not a diet where you eat less, but a diet where you eat the right foods, at the right times of day, and in the right quantity. Let's say you make a first breakfast at 7 am, then another at 10 am, then lunch at 1 pm, then snack at 4 pm, then dinner ...


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When calories are not available from a label, you have to do the next best thing. Break down what's in the food and consult a nutrition guide. For example, for soup, if you knew the amount of chicken, veggies, etc. you can come up with a rough estimate of the caloric count. In order to estimate, you'll need to become proficient on serving sizes. Most ...


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Your body composition as it pertains to fat is largely influenced by how much you eat and the contents of the food. Some foods, like fats and proteins, generally leave you feeling sated. Additionally, and this is speaking very broadly: Protein can be converted into glucose (very inefficiently), and it can be stored as fat. Fat can be turned into glucose, ...


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So that's: ~50 miles. 3.8 mph (50/3.8 = 13.2) or 16 minutes/mile 792 minutes (13.2 * 60) = 4,391 calories (for a 170lb average person) Honey generally has 21 calories per 5ml, so that's 3 calories per ml. 4,391 (total calories) / 3 (calories per ml) = 1,463 ml. Feel free to double check my math on all of that, and it's based entirely on the average of a ...



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