Are your Cocktail Calories cause Weight Gain in New Orleans?

September 23, 2009

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Are Cocktails Calories causing Weight Gain in New Orleans?

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Let’s be temperate about temperance. Alcohol as a moral problem. But alcohol as a food, or at least as an article of dieting, is a big subject to New Orleans reducing weight.

It must be conceded that a great many alcoholics are spindling and cadaverous in New Orleans. They get that way because they use alcohol instead of food.
For a so called “Normal people” , who drinks only as an occasional accessory to food, must look upon alcohol as a potential builder of corpulence.

Alcohol is funny stuff, as the night-clubber said when he found two wives waiting up for him. It provides plenty of calories and burns with a lovely light, especially on plum pudding.

It burns within you with the same intensity-at the rate of 7 calories per gram, nearly twice the output of protein or carbohydrate and within a couple of calories of the high-heat level of fats.

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Why New Orleans Water Makes You Weighty in Weight Loss

September 16, 2009

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Why New Orleans Water Makes You Weighty in Weight Loss

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If you could find a pleasant way of drying yourself up, you could immediately reduce your weight about 70% by removing the water from your person.

This “drying out” process is well known to prize fighters who are forced to trim down to a specified weight. By restricting liquid intake and at the same time increasing perspiration outgo through vigorous pummeling of sparring partners, they are able to lose several pounds of water in a brief time. An hour’s boxing match can take off as much as seven or eight pounds of pugilistic weight.

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