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The Myth of the Fat-Burning Zone

I rarely use cardio machines at a gym but, when I do, I find it half-amusing and half-irritating when I see a “fat-burning” program listed.  I wonder how many people select those programs assuming that, when they’ve finished their workout, they’ve burned off more body fat than if they had spent the same amount of time on the machine using a different program.  721 more words


Michelle Collins reblogged this on Fit & Happier and commented:

This was one of my most popular posts and also happened to be among my first few. I thought my new readers would appreciate the low-down on this myth debunked and my faithful readers wouldn't mind the refresher.

Glyphosate and cancer: What does the data say?

Dr. Andrew Kniss, University of Wyoming Assistant Professor, recently discussed Glyphosate and cancer: What does the data say? I encourage you to check it out and to follow up on some of the links he provides for further information. 47 more words


Growing up American. Myth busting 101.

Setting the record straight requires a bit of gumption, determination and gusto. Would you agree? As the current social & political correctness of a particular ill fabricates myths that I for one am not going to tolerate, I’m about to get down on it and when you open your mouth to protest the current trend of myth fabrication, the cry babies will start to holla. 632 more words

Who Ya Gonna Call?


Traditional educationalists and politicians are currently obsessed with ‘de-bunking’ so-called educational myths which oddly enough seem to be primarily about so-called progressive teaching methods.  Always the one to keep up with current trends, … 553 more words

General Rants And Raves

Myth Busting: Indian food is unhealthy!

“The power of food is really spiritual. It not only brings the whole family together on the same table, but also brings together the whole family.” (Vikas Khanna)

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Recently I came across some advertising that stated the original Hollywood Beach Hotel was on the beach in Fort Lauderdale. 3,503 more words

Florida History

Are Sorbet products natural?

Are Sorbet Products Natural?

I get this question at least once a week; from customers, suppliers, stockists and other interested parties. It’s a hard question to answer as there is some very pervasive marketing rhetoric out there and a lot of greenwashing (spending more time talking about being green than doing it). 726 more words