Every Cup - Part 3 - The Tim Hortons Great Coffee Conversation

Part 3 - The Tim Hortons Great Coffee Conversation



We've travelled from coast to coast to hear what people love about Tim Hortons coffee.



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Roman posted 2015-12-18 4:38am

What? lol First of all, you've got it aaall messed up haha. Calories = heatUnfortunately in toyads society we eat foods high in calories, and end up storing them as fat. In the past we used to crave fatty foods, you know. And foods high in sugar. Fatty foods back then used to be nuts, and sugar used to come from fruits (fructose, a different type of sugar) Now when we crave those foods we turn to cookies, cakes, ice cream, soda etc. And when we consume too much of those. Our body stores them as fat and glucose.After 2 to 3 days of eating less then we're used to our body uses up the glucose and NOT the fat. After it has used up ALL of the glucose, it goes in to using ketosis, which is when the fat acid (basically your fat) is used up as energy when you exercise. You get red in your face (which is heat calories and those are coming from fat) if you've used up the glucose), and you get a white tongue which is called ketosis. Usually when you wake up in the morning you tend to have a white tongue, but that could be only glucose. After 3 days you're guaranteed that it is the ketosis progress acting up. That's why it's important to exercise as well to speed up the process, and sweating is not a sign of burning calories, it's a sign of your body trying to cool you down while heating up Best wishes/ Miranda http://ztvhhk.com [url=http://yvahfl.com]yvahfl[/url] [link=http://cdlprdobkqy.com]cdlprdobkqy[/link]

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Nilton posted 2015-12-17 8:19am

Yes, but don't eat before you go wknliag. That way you burn the fat stored in your body, not the fat you just ate. Wait a while (at least an hour) before eating after wknliag. Make sure you walk for at least half an hour, so you can actually feel your muscles working. If you break a sweat good! Push yourself harder with each walk and work each muscle. The weight will slip away

Lucero posted 2015-10-11 11:58am

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