Smith Intake Eyewear

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Smith Optics Intake Black: All the stand out features of the Intake with a clear, anti-fog lens installed...

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Potassium intake

Anyone have recommendations for properly increasing potassium intake? How do you get your potassium intake up to the recommended daily levels? I decided to drop some weight and have been using the my fitness pal app to track my food and cardio. One of the features is to to scan all the items and ... Read More »

mapmyride app food intake for android

Been using this app. It has a nice food tracker as well. Not as good as others, but hey, it does cycling tracking as well. Gps route, calories burned, avg speed, avg miles per minute, distance etc. just need a phone mount for my bike.Read More »

Water intake and caffein.

I read often that coffee or caffein is a duretic. Basicly makes you go to the toilette more often. Now I have found this to be true, but will this not also increase the speed of my water intake. What I am saying is say start with a caffein based drink then change to a hydrated base drink. Would this ... Read More »

Altered heart rate with change in salt intake?

Was having a good winter ramping up my training for the upcoming season. Had to take 2 weeks off the bike (most time off ever) and in that time evaluated our diet and realized we were probably eating far too much salt. Cut back considerably to less than 1000 mg/day (from 3000-3500) and lost 3-4 po ... Read More »

expanded hours for your pizza calorie intake

LuLus is open at noon now on the weekends. try out their zesty thai one onRead More »

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