There would be mass confusion.
How is it that the sphere doesn't become 'contaminated' with extra atoms from skin, clothes or even breath? Or is it just that these contaminants are very easy to clean off afterwards?
What am I missing?
I kept it healthy while losing weight and regained the weight when I got sick, I was sick for a week but somehow I couldn't get right back into losing weight.
I did keto diet in the start along with exercise, although I found exercising with keto harder, I lost weight. The thing is I didn't want to eat oily food at all towards the end of keto diet.
I had hard time eating what I cooked.
So. I lost weight in 2 months and started gaining it back, and am now up back to where I started.
I regained the weight in around 3 months maybe, and I knew that I was gaining weight but I just couldn't start the journey again.
I need tips from people who have lost the weight and are managing to sustain what they lost.
Thank you for giving me time.
I needed some 5 spices powder (and was lazy to make it myself) for a char siu pork. However my loval asian supplies store only had a 500g package haha. It was pretty cheap, so I was like what the hell.
I do have some ideas where to use it but as Chinese cuisine isn't really something I would have a deep knowledge about (I usually cook Indian or Thai stuff), here I am asking for some advice! I'm looking especially for some interesting, perhaps unusual recipes.
I have lost a lot of weight recently but I have to lose 13 kilos more to get into decent shape which I can't seem to get over.
M18, 5' 8", 78 kg. I regularly do exercises and I'm open to all suggestions. But I have to lose the extra fat within two months. Please help. TIA.
Hey guys, started with 5kg of these. It's now become a burden.
Now have about 1.5kg and after eating too much (& given a bunch away..) I'm wondering if there are any other ways of eating these other than plain.
I took a bag of clothes and they wanted to charged R$280! That’s like 3x too much. They said it’s because they are charging per item and I have a lot of socks and underwear. So woth just the shirts it’s R$105. Am I crazy? Where I’m they charge by weight, not per item.
I am asking this here instead of /r/loseit because the protein recommendations I saw there for weight loss seemed quite high to me and conflict with information I have read on some vegan sites.
I've seen people claim that you should be eating 2g per kilogram of bodyweight while losing weight in order to prevent muscle loss.
I'm male, 5'10 and weigh 66kg. Looking to lose 4kg. Can I eat 66g of protein per day while losing that weight, or should I be aiming for more?
When I look at the modern definitions of the basic SI units it seems natural to choose joule and coulomb as basic units instead of kilogram and ampere. Why isn't this the case?