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Old 10-07-2010, 11:21 AM
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Default "Whole foods".

I have read this book ultramatabolism and it is awesome!
Lot's of suplement suggestions and receipes.
All "whole foods" no processed crap.
Keep your metabolism burning off calories.
It's a definite read!

http://www.ultrametabolism.com/
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thanks for this link, you're right this is a good read
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I'll try to check it out some time. The problem is there are limited choices where I live as far as organic foods go. I just have to do my best to eat "clean" and not worry too much about it.
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Thanks Hercules for the excellent information and it is a good link and also very informative for me. Good work buddy...
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Hey Hercules your post is awesome dear. You have discussed well about whole food. Thanks for sharing this information. Keep posting.
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