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    Pardon me, but BULLCRAP. I was raised as one...

    Pardon me, but BULLCRAP.

    I was raised as one of those "victim of society" kids... broken home... alcoholic, abusive parent, mom never home, etc. I suffered all kinds of abuse (which I wont...
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    I don't think the trek 950 was made in 2000's......

    I don't think the trek 950 was made in 2000's... I think they stopped about 1997 or 98... Check Bikepedia to be sure. And yeah, that's WAY to much. If it's in excellent shape all-around it would...
  3. Going with a smaller tire usually results in...

    Going with a smaller tire usually results in needing a higher pressure, so ride-quality can be compromised if that's important to you.

    I was over 300lbs riding on 140psi 700x23c at one point ......
  4. Cross-Training ... not in the shape I thought I was, LOL...

    So, because our season for cycling is rather short where I live (about 5 months in a really good year, unless you really like riding in the snow and cold... which I don't...) I bought a gym...
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    I was DX'd with an A1c of 12.1% and fasting of...

    I was DX'd with an A1c of 12.1% and fasting of 267. Fastings are now regularly under 105 and A1c is 5.5%. I have completely NORMAL readings, even though I'm diabetic.

    And no, I'm not cured -...
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    I'm about to totally overstep - a registered...

    I'm about to totally overstep - a registered dietician will NOT help with meal planning for a diabetic. They will recommend FAR too many carbs to be healthy for a diabetic. They will NOT stray from...
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    Just ride it... It's the BEST thing for you -...

    Just ride it... It's the BEST thing for you - that and eating right, of course... BTW please do NOT fall for the "low-fat" diet mantra pushed by the ADA... you need low-carb, NOT low-fat... The...
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    My left leg weighs 140. OK, not really... but...

    My left leg weighs 140.

    OK, not really... but it feels like it when climbing, LOL. I'm sitting about 235 but would ultimately like to get to 215.
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    That meal, yes - mostly because of the OJ, banana...

    That meal, yes - mostly because of the OJ, banana and jelly... The toast and cheerios will take longer to digest and get the insulin actually doing anything.

    With most meals, however, people find...
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    The reason is your riding... nearly 7,000 miles...

    The reason is your riding... nearly 7,000 miles is a bit of exercise in only a few months. If you stopped riding, like the majority of Fort Wayne, I'm sure, you'd be overweight and unhealthy...
    ...
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    Some people can eat this every day and never...

    Some people can eat this every day and never develop diabetes... Especially athletes. Research is showing that an hour of intense exercise a day can prevent diabetes more than almost anything else...
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    It can be extremely expensive in Canada ... We...

    It can be extremely expensive in Canada ... We don't have that much of a season... unless you consider winter a season. Near the mountains where I live there's generally only TWO snow-free months,...
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    Well, let's be honest - the ADA is NOT giving...

    Well, let's be honest - the ADA is NOT giving good advice to diabetics... Anyone that can research knows this. Where does the ADA's budget come from? The pharmaceutical industry...

    Who makes up...
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    Here's the things we DO know: 1. Sugar...

    Here's the things we DO know:

    1. Sugar consumption, especially HFCS, has increased dramatically.
    2. Intake of unnatural refined oils has increased dramatically. (Especially Corn and Soybean...
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    +1 I normally get around 65-75% of my caloric...

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    I normally get around 65-75% of my caloric intake from natural fats/oils. I'm never hungry and without my alarm telling me to eat every 3.5hrs I'd easily go for twice that without realizing I...
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    Getting INTO ketosis for some people requires...

    Getting INTO ketosis for some people requires less intake of carb than 100g, yes. Most use the atkins method to enter ketosis of 20g/day of carbohydrate...

    However, once IN ketosis, it's easy to...
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    Actually I believe they're playing xbox 8hrs a...

    Actually I believe they're playing xbox 8hrs a day AND eating too much sugar. They're playing it because their parents let them... same goes for eating sugar...


    There's lots of studies...
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    Sprouted-Grain breads are probably best

    ... back on topic now, about bread itself...

    From a nutritional standpoint your best bet if you want to eat bread is a good sprouted-grain bread. These are made without flour, and often are...
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    There are certainly overweight people who fit...

    There are certainly overweight people who fit that profile, yes. But not all of them.

    As for eating too much and not exercising enough... what is it they're eating too much of? They've reduced...
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    The other issue with research is most research on...

    The other issue with research is most research on "low-carb" isn't actually low-carb. If you look, the vast-majority (over 90%) of trials testing 'low-carb' are still 45% or more calories from...
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    This kind of ignorance in today's age of...

    This kind of ignorance in today's age of widely-available FACTUAL information is stunning.

    Being overweight is often a SYMPTOM of metabolic syndrome or diabetes, not a CAUSE of it.

    Personally I...
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    The more I read her story the more things don't...

    The more I read her story the more things don't make sense...
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    Well, it may be what you learned, but - again, no...

    Well, it may be what you learned, but - again, no offense - it's not what washington state nor AZ teaches.

    They both teach that at a 4-way stop you:

    1) go in order of arrival, unless;
    2)...
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    The confusion stems from when you said "It...

    The confusion stems from when you said "It doesn't go in order of who arrived, the person to your right has right of way." ... which would never work, logistically-speaking, and simply isn't...
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    Lester, no offense but that's not the way...

    Lester, no offense but that's not the way four-way stops work anywhere in the world, including Washington State.

    Maybe it's time to re-read your Washington State driver's guide: ...
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