dbphd writes,I think any nutritionist will tell you reducing caloric intake is more effective than burning calories. It takes a lot of exercise to burn off calories.I agreed with that statement until I read this about Olympic hurdler Edwin Moses.http://online.wsj.com/article/SB1000142405270230486800457737...After his retirement, Mr. Moses obtained a master's in business while also "detraining" himself, slowly moving from eating 5,000 calories and running hours each day to a more normal pace.</snip>Isn't 5,000 calories 2 or 3 times what the average adult is supposed to eat?intercst
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