Yesterday, i had 7 sliders (white castle) but its nothing compare with my co-worker ... show some pics later.

source: Exercise.lifetips.com

It is difficult to calculate how much activity it takes to burn off calories from a certain food, for example, how far you would have to walk to burn off a Big Mac. Although you see such calculations frequently, they are approximations. Calories burned in activity depend on the size of the individual as well as the intensity of the activity, and the calories in food depend on how much of it you eat, and sometimes even the preparation. It's better to consider overall calorie consumption and activity level plus exercise. Still, it can be fun to try to figure out the food and exercise caloric relationship. The U.S. government has a huge database of nutrients in foods, including calories. See it at www.nal.usda.gov/fnic/foodcomp. Georgia State University has posted a list of calories expended in certain activities: www2.gsu/edu/~wwwfit/physicalactivity.htmlcalories.


lhadymitch said... @ October 13, 2007 at 9:27 AM

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Cornucopia Chronicles said... @ October 14, 2007 at 6:30 PM

hehehehehehe ambot lang musaka paka ug pila ka bungtod cguro Lots usa ma burn ang calorie sa big Mac lol.

Great shares....

Happy Sunday!

Poster Maniac said... @ October 16, 2007 at 11:43 AM

i saw some people bring a calculator when having their meal..u know what is the calculator for? they are calculating the calories they have taken..terrible man...for my advise is, eat and exercise equally.

Grace said... @ October 17, 2007 at 1:35 AM

naks kapoi ana te oi. Ako murag wa na pagasa ma burn ang fats.. nyahahah..

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