Monday, October 20, 2008

Burn Baby Burn (Calories)

Date: Monday, October 20
The Delivery: Books, books, and more books!
Staff Pick: The macho-man in your life who enjoys that deep-fried double-cheeseburger with a fried egg and side of lard (gross!) could really take a lesson from The Engine 2 Diet

The DL: Manly-man Rip (even his name is manly) Esselstyn shows that even Texas firefighters can get ripped on a healthy vegan diet. Rip busts such myths "as real men don't eat plants." Here at the VNHQ, we really hope that this trend—sexy vegan fireman, that is—really takes off!

3 comments:

Lisa Mick said...

I think Elizabeth should review "Empowering your Indigo Child."

Anonymous said...

Looking forward for an informative Book. A calorie is a unit of energy that is associated with food and drink and is a measure of the energy, or heat, that food produces as your body uses it as fuel.

Calories to human beings are like gasoline to cars. Your car will not run without gas and you will not function without calories. Life would be a lot simpler if we, like cars, had a fuel gauge; unfortunately, we do not. We also, unlike cars, can fill ourselves up with more calories than we can use in a day. Those extra calories we do not need we store on our bodies as fat.

Our bodies burn the calories through metabolic processes, by which enzymes break the carbohydrates into glucose and other sugars, the fats into glycerol and fatty acids and the proteins into amino acids.

Burn Calories for Losing Weight

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