Anham Mahna

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    Anham Mahna reacted to LetsEatGrandpa in Communion   
    Thank you for this post -- I was wondering what to do at church on Sunday! Now I'm going to participate without guilt on either side.
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    Anham Mahna reacted to LindaLee in Communion   
    As far as I'm concerned, it's not bread or wine once it's's the Sacred Body and Blood of our Savior.
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    Anham Mahna reacted to Derval in The crazy things people say   
    "Oh , I couldn't give up x, y, z"
    Well, d'uh you could, you just don't want to.
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    Anham Mahna reacted to Jessica in The crazy things people say   
    I thought it might be fun to start a thread with the crazy sh*t people say. I'm sure we've all had experiences where we go WTF? Did they really just say that? Sometimes it's funny, sometimes it's just sad.
    I'll start.
    "It's OK to eat [white] potatoes if you boil them. It removes all the starch!" -My Dear Grandmother
    "Here, I made fresh homemade lemonade and there's no sugar in it... only corn syrup!" -BF's Mom
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    Anham Mahna reacted to Robin Strathdee in pre-workout foods?   
    Hi lauriemc!
    Pre and post workout nutrition is highly individual. If you feel good during your workout and after, and you're not dragging through the rest of your day, you don't necessarily need to add in those meals. However, if you're hoping to build muscle or find yourself really tired after a workout, you might consider playing with pre and post workout food to help you along.
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    Anham Mahna reacted to jhmomi in pre-workout foods?   
    I always have one hard-boiled egg before I go to the gym. I eat about 6:30 and work out with my trainer at 7am. Always have plenty of energy, even on conditioning days.
    Not sure when you began your Whole30, but my energy level and stamina increased significantly after 4-6 weeks of Whole30 eating. If you don't have it now, just keep on going. It's worth it.