The Five Biggest Contradictions in Fitness
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The Five Biggest Contradictions in Fitness

Itís no secret that when people contradict themselves, it has the effect of making the flaws in their actions or statements seem glaringly obvious. But what about when WE ourselves get caught contradicting ourselves by someone else?

By: Nick Tumminello Added: January 6th, 2014
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    You may know it but I read that spices(like mustard,pepper,paprika etc.) have a good thermogenic effect in your body.The truth is that I notice a raise in my body's temperature when I eat something spiced up.A simple way to turn your heat up!..

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    Thats right they do. Eating some hot sauce with meals or something to that affect helps to slightly increase your metabolic rate.

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    Are spices bad for you in any way? i always wondered this. Not salt, the others, like the herbs...
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    I thought garlic was a good spice for thermogenic effects..

    May be wrong..

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    Frankster, not to my knowledge.
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    Good then, cause i like spices its a good way to make the same old yuky bbuilding food taste different and sometimes even good hehe
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    Hmm.. chicken with mustard
    But,hell.. what to add to make tuna smelling better??? :P

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    Mustard
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    I heard that curry is especially good at raising your metabolism because it contains an igredient called Cardamom. this is just what i've read.
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    Cool, thanks ya big worm , oh and welcome aboard!
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    By the way,curry is the best thing you can put in your chicken!

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    I spice all my food when dieting even eggs

    I use hot chilli powder and cayenne pepper which is in some thermogenic formulas

    Spices are good for you, they help clear out toxins in your body

    garlic isnt a spice but is a powerful anti-oxidant and is good for purifying your blood

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    Which totally justifies my cayenne pepper on EVERYTHING. Steak, chicken, potatoes, all with that beautiful red dust. That and Tabasco sauce...hells yeah..

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    Ok, Im going to have an extra spicy steak... mmm steak
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    I like the way Frankster's location smells

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    Pfff, at least it doesnt smell like grease
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