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Yeah man you have nice legs no reason to lose weight...
Mar 12, 2013
J Hazard wrote:
Yeah man you have nice legs no reason to lose weight...


I might have a giant ass
nicelegs
From Denver
Joined Oct 29, 2012
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Mar 12, 2013
Flaming Pumpkin
J Hazard wrote:
I agree that gluten is not a big deal for most people. But if you go off of it for awhile you realize that you don't need to have bread with every single meal. To me most things with high gluten content are also filler content for when I am hungry and to lazy to make food. Going off of gluten made me have to look else where for filler foods. I went with avocados and bananas and nuts. Anyways, most every diet is a fad. We just pick something that works for each of us and so we survive. Anything is better than doing a run by Jack in box after work.


I'll leave you with a quote by Dr. Julie Jones of St. Catherine University:

"Itís mandatory in the US to fortify grains like wheat with folic acid. Since thatís been done, the incidences of neural tube defects have decreased dramatically, as have severe birth defects. A risk for cutting out grains is really reducing your intake of certain B vitamins that are in whole grains that are related to a lowered risk of chronic disease."
Evan Sanders
From Westminster, CO
Joined Dec 10, 2010
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Mar 12, 2013
Turd Ferguson! wrote:
For love love of God, dumbass. If you are going to call someone a moron, you should at least spell it correctly.


If you're going to make fun of somebody on the internet for spelling, you should at least be net-savvy enough to know if their error is in jest.

Brian Scoggins
From Boise, ID
Joined Mar 12, 2002
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Mar 12, 2013
Alyssa and I at Table Rock in Linville Gorge
So to answer the original question. Just shoot for low alcohol beers. Malts used for brewing contain gluten. Sugar from the malts is eaten by the yeast and gives beer it's alcohol. A low alcohol content would mean a lower concentration of malts during the brewing processes. Ethan L
From Santa Barbara, CA
Joined Feb 6, 2012
66 points
Mar 12, 2013
PBR is a 5.7 slab climb at JTree. if you can stomach it and your having fun run it. Kick your beers up a notch and perhaps your climbs will follow. jellybean
Joined Feb 3, 2013
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Mar 12, 2013
Turd Ferguson! wrote:
Bit of a stretch on that one, Brian. Nice try though.


I was going to post that picture for ya turd but Brian beat me to it... Looks like youre the moran now.
EricSchmidt
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Mar 12, 2013
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Back to ya, it was Harvester Fresh Hop IPA. It has a tractor on it, not a water wheel(my bad), but I was right about it having sorghum in it. And didn't mean to sound like I was putting down your idea in my first post, just commenting on the fact that a lot of gluten free products are pretty pricey. Cheers. Jeff Thilking
From Lynchburg, VA
Joined Jun 11, 2012
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Mar 12, 2013
Turd Ferguson! wrote:
But don't get me wrong, Eric Schmidt, I do appreciate you at least trying to continue to post. In all the other threads where I have started making fun of you, you got all butt hurt and quit posting.


No, I probably just got busy with life and moved on to other stuff.... Meanwhile you obviously have no life since you were able to post 4 minutes after me this morning.... AFTER the thread had be dead for 8 or 9 hours.

Excellent point, you have no life.
EricSchmidt
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Mar 12, 2013
Turd Ferguson! wrote:
I'm sure you were, Eric Schmidt, you seem like a very intelligent guy who is also very witty...


And obviously I was... that picture is a running joke on here. Not to mention moron doesnt even sound close to morAn. There is no hard A sound so even if you were spelling it phonetically you would not come up with that, not sure where the guy got that from but its funny!

You're striking out today Turd! Its been four minutes and no reply.... I think Turds butt is hurting!!
EricSchmidt
Joined Feb 3, 2013
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Mar 12, 2013
Turd Ferguson! wrote:
Which is it Eric Schmidt?


EricSchmidt wrote:
There is no hard A sound so even if you were spelling it phonetically you would not come up with that, not sure where the guy got that from but its funny!


Where the guy on the sign got the spelling from.... Jesus try to follow along. How did you manage to graduate highschool or pass the reading comprehension section of the SAT?

Oh gosh, ya almost got me! You're striking out BAD today...
EricSchmidt
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Mar 12, 2013
Turd Ferguson! wrote:
Oh how we have all missed you Eleanor


Keep digging.... Elanor posts are so obvious from the horrible spelling and lack of punctuation. Haha wrong AGAIN! You are having a bad morning man, you just can't get anything right.

Awwww Turd got butthurt about being wrong all morning and ran away!
EricSchmidt
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Mar 12, 2013
Indy pass
Evan Sanders wrote:
I'll leave you with a quote by Dr. Julie Jones of St. Catherine University: "Itís mandatory in the US to fortify grains like wheat with folic acid. Since thatís been done, the incidences of neural tube defects have decreased dramatically, as have severe birth defects. A risk for cutting out grains is really reducing your intake of certain B vitamins that are in whole grains that are related to a lowered risk of chronic disease."


THREAD DRIFT: Doesn't the fact that it has to be fortified with those minerals show that perhaps it isn't the best source to begin with? It seems like they would fortify it as a reactionary measure, ie. people aren't eating enough B vitamins from other sources (dark leafy vegetables - webmd.com/food-recipes/guide/v..., but they are eating lots of grains so let's fortify the grains with these good vitamins to increase public health.
Jason N.
From Grand Junction
Joined Mar 18, 2011
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Mar 12, 2013
Flakes of Wrath
Jason N. wrote:
THREAD DRIFT: Doesn't the fact that it has to be fortified with those minerals show that perhaps it isn't the best source to begin with? It seems like they would fortify it as a reactionary measure, ie. people aren't eating enough B vitamins from other sources (dark leafy vegetables - webmd.com/food-recipes/guide/v..., but they are eating lots of grains so let's fortify the grains with these good vitamins to increase public health.



This is accurate. You can get plenty of folate (and other vitamins) in your diet with out grains. Grains were chosen to fortify because of their ubiquitous consumption at the time. Neurological tube defect used to be much more common, women would often not find out they were pregnant until after folate deficiency had affected the baby. Fortifying grains was an effective way to preempt that problem. As long as you are aware of it, you can easily attain your folate needs through diet or fortification elsewhere. If you are choosing to go grain free, this would be a prudent thing to do (especially if you are also trying to get pregnant).
Paul-B
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Mar 12, 2013
Me and the offspring walking back to the car after...
Milan, Italy comes to mind regarding the A sound. Sorry for pendantics. Please continue flamefest. Jake Jones
From Richmond, VA
Joined Jul 30, 2011
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Mar 12, 2013
Jake Jones wrote:
Milan, Italy comes to mind regarding the A sound. Sorry for pendantics. Please continue flamefest.


yeah we are talking english here though.... not italian, so completely different.
EricSchmidt
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Mar 12, 2013
Gear
I have a friend who had a beer belly.....but he doesnt drink beer. Since going gluten free his beer belly is gone. I dont know too much about the diets, fads, the science behind it but I`ve seen it first hand. Obviously it wasnt an overnight process but its definitely a night and day difference in his fitness and the way he looks. He tried explaining it all to me but the jist is its the gluten in the beer that causes the beer belly and if you have a high gluten diet, as he had, you can also develop the beer belly without actually having the beer. RockinOut
From NY, NY
Joined May 8, 2010
101 points
Mar 12, 2013
I would recommend anyone even mildly curious about this subject to read the book Wheat Belly. It's not about being gluten free, it has some great information though. Jeff Kent
From Sedona, Az
Joined Oct 10, 2012
5 points
Mar 12, 2013
nicelegs wrote:
Evan, I'm not trying to lose weight. Feeling better is a vague term. I know what I'm looking for.

I don't think going gluten free will help erectile dysfunction, or hair loss :|
reboot
From Westminster, CO
Joined Jul 17, 2006
143 points
Mar 12, 2013
fat cow wrote:
Gluten free beers are just to cater to the 'fad' as people are calling it...


Correct, it is a fad. I LOVE how dumb girls are and how they will buy into anything that is supposed to make them "feel better" just because some celebrity is endorsing it.
EricSchmidt
Joined Feb 3, 2013
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Mar 12, 2013
Me and the offspring walking back to the car after...
It's not just girls that buy into weight loss fads and gimmicks. Jake Jones
From Richmond, VA
Joined Jul 30, 2011
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Mar 12, 2013
Jake Jones wrote:
It's not just girls that buy into weight loss fads and gimmicks.


True, but I find most often it is. A girl did start this thread after all.
EricSchmidt
Joined Feb 3, 2013
5 points
Mar 12, 2013
OTL
I currently partake in all of the fad diets, including the fastfood one. Its called eating what I like.

I will one day publish my one sentence, guaranteed to work, diet book:

Burn more calories than you consume.


Just published it, I guess. Can tick that off my bucket list.
Matt N
From Santa Barbara, CA
Joined Oct 20, 2010
368 points
Mar 12, 2013
Tour Ronde North Face
EricSchmidt wrote:
Whats your wifes "severe neurological reaction"? Obviously it wasnt too severe if she was able to keep eating gluten for 18 months....


Dizziness, headaches, loss of vision, shakes, loss of muscle control, inability to drive at night.

She saw numerous neurological and endocrine specialists, was on various medications.

But I suppose the fact that she survived for 18 months means that it wasn't that severe.
Kai Larson
From Sandy, Utah
Joined Jan 6, 2006
260 points
Matt N wrote:
I currently partake in all of the fad diets, including the fastfood one. Its called eating what I like. I will one day publish my one sentence, guaranteed to work, diet book: Burn more calories than you consume. Just published it, I guess. Can tick that off my bucket list.



I tried that one Matt, I got fat. Now I have to be careful what I eat. Plus I like shoving it in ppls face how healthy I am when I reality I just want a cheezeburger...


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