Advertisement -- Learn more about ads on this site.

 
Message Boards
FORUM:   SparkPeople Cafe
TOPIC:  

Is it true......



 
 
Search the
Message Boards:
Search
      Share
Advertisement -- Learn more about ads on this site.

Author: Message: Sort First Post on Top


ZENANDNOW
SparkPoints: (28,371)
Fitness Minutes: (2,138)
Posts: 2,078
2/5/13 7:41 P

Is it true....that supplements such as FIVE ALIVE (which has 26 veggie vitamins in each tablet) will help make up for the lack of veggies in a diet? This wouldn't include fiber, which can be had from other sources.



SWEETSUGAR7
Posts: 2,428
2/5/13 7:21 P

Protein bars are good in the morning



KNUCKLES145
Posts: 12,993
2/5/13 6:38 P

lets see.....if I put a bowl of M&M at each end zone......



CHRISTINA791
SparkPoints: (38,442)
Fitness Minutes: (40,138)
Posts: 789
2/5/13 6:28 P

Let's see...

A single M&M is about 3.4 calories (34 calories for a 10 candy serving).

To take my running average, I'll burn about 500 calories on a one hour 10k run. So, that's about 50 calories per kilometer, or 5 calories per 100 meters. I'm going to be stubborn and use a Canadian football field, because I don't want to have to travel all the way to Montana to burn off my M&M. That's about 100 meters long (110 yards - we're funny that way). So, as I run across the field at full running speed, I'm going to burn off a little less than 1.5 plain M&M's. If I walk across it, I'll probably come in closer to half an M&M, so I'd really have to start doing laps.

And this is why you can't out exercise a bad diet emoticon

Edited by: CHRISTINA791 at: 2/5/2013 (18:38)


GLITTERFAIRY77
Posts: 8,023
2/5/13 12:14 P

Bahahaha @ Marty. You ain't lyin!!!





MKMMARTY
Posts: 1,199
2/5/13 12:06 P

I will need a lot of football fields if that is true



KNUCKLES145
Posts: 12,993
2/5/13 11:43 A

is it true......that you have to walk a football field to burn off one M&M



FIRECOM
SparkPoints: (103,632)
Fitness Minutes: (11,146)
Posts: 5,703
2/5/13 11:19 A

It make sense to me that this applies to probably all fruits. Bananas are a great food but some diabetics cannot tolerate them.



I_HEART_MY_FAM
Posts: 1,809
2/5/13 11:07 A

Is it true that bananas that are barely ripe have less calories then one that is really ripe, if so does that apply to all fruits as well?



MAUREL80
SparkPoints: (11,062)
Fitness Minutes: (8,441)
Posts: 586
2/4/13 10:20 P

Good to know. Someone at work had told me that the other day about the 30 minutes. So, it got me to thinking and I just thought this would make a good topic. Maybe some people will be able to get some answers to some of their weight loss/exercise/energy questions. :)



ETHELMERZ
SparkPoints: (66,593)
Fitness Minutes: (45,120)
Posts: 2,812
2/4/13 10:13 P

It's only 12 minutes....................



MAUREL80
SparkPoints: (11,062)
Fitness Minutes: (8,441)
Posts: 586
2/4/13 10:08 P

Ask a question about exercise or food that you've heard something about and see if we can get accurate answers. I'll start with one I heard....

Is it true that eating one (1) banana will you give you the energy to be able to walk for 30 minutes?



 
Page: 1 of (1)  
Search  



Share


 
Diet Resources: increase metabolism rate | boosting metabolism | basal metabolism