Popular Bike Shops
The information / discussion in the Cycling Health Forum is not qualified medical advice. Please consult your doctor.
- Posts: 724
- Joined: Sun Feb 07, 2010 2:16 pm
- Location: The Ice rink, bring skates
But thats only my opinion, and i did just tell you to NOT listen to everyone elses
- Posts: 5598
- Joined: Thu Jul 10, 2008 9:08 pm
- Location: Yagoona, AU
KonaCommuter wrote:Just saw the company doctor.
He said that he was happy with that. I'm at work so I'll marry that up with a little research. But yeah, better than 161/85
Company doctor is not quite an independent opinion. Remember, he who pays the piper, calls the tune. In this case,
the tune might be to gather evidence that your employment is not a factor in causing high blood pressure or any of the ailments
it could be associated with.
FWIW, a normal blood pressure is less than 120 over less than 80. While your company doctor is happy you should
not be so reassured. Go pay a GP to make a full and independent assessment of your health. It really isn't that scary
and it's a whole lot cheaper than a premature funeral.
Somebody has to do something, and it's just incredibly pathetic that it has to be us -Jerry Garcia
- Posts: 174
- Joined: Mon Jan 02, 2012 2:09 pm
- Location: Noosa Heads, QLD
nayfen wrote:Good work on the weight loss. Keep it up!
To lose weight faster, reduce your intake of caffeine(that dosen't say stop drinking coffee). Caffeine leads to an increase of insulin in your body which retards the burning of your stored fat. This is a simple chemical reaction in your body that you can change. Reduce your caffeine intake by 50% to 2 x single shot coffees a day and see what happens.
Since you posted this (thanks) I've Googled around a bit and looked for a definitive answer to the caffeine and weight loss issue. There are so many contrary views on the issue it's confusing.
I did find though a clinical study by the American Journal Of Clinical Nutrition where quite a number of participants were observed over a number of years.
The study concluded that, by and large, caffeine consumption helped weight loss, albeit marginally, but didn't inhibit weight loss.
See the study here http://www.ajcn.org/content/83/3/674.full
Those that have crashed and those that are about to.
- Posts: 8130
- Joined: Tue Feb 20, 2007 9:29 am
- Location: Adelaide, South Australia
38 years old
Uncle died from a heart attack but he was a heavy drinker & smoker.
I am taking this very seriously.
The above sums it up for me (as Wombat also points out above).
Can't see for the life of me why people drink that energy drink CRAP. And it is just that.
It does you NO good whatsoever !!
- General Australian Cycling Topics
- Info / announcements
- Buying a bike / parts
- General Cycling Discussion
- The Bike Shed
- Cycling Health
- Cycling Safety and Advocacy
- Women's Cycling
- Bike & Gear Reviews
- Cycling Trade
- Stolen Bikes
- Bicycle FAQs
- Serious Biking
- Audax / Randonneuring
- Retro biking
- Fixed Gear/ Single Speed
- Electric Bicycles
- Dragsters / Lowriders / Cruisers
- Children's Bikes
- Road Racing
- Road Biking
- Time Trial
- International and National Tours and Events
- Cycle Touring
- Touring Australia
- Touring Overseas
- Touring Bikes and Equipment
- Western Australia
- New South Wales
- South Australia
- Northern Territory
- Country & Regional
- The Market Place
- Member to Member Bike and Gear Sales
- Want to Buy, Group Buy, Swap
- My Bikes or Gear Elsewhere
- Cycling Brands
- Cell Bikes
- Malvern Star
- Santa Cruz
- Custom Builders
- Generic Carbon
Who is online
Users browsing this forum: No registered users