April 26th, 2005

Interesting Article about Smelly Sweat

So I just poking around some articles are read this...

"...the woman has lost so much body fat that her workouts are burning muscle, which gives off a distinct, foul odor."

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Moral of the story: If you smell like ammonia when you work out, it's more or less normal. It's not a sign that you're exercising too much. If you're smelly after you work out, take a shower. It's a sign that you're deodorant isn't working.

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Hey everyone,
I'm sorry if this is a really stupid question, but do any of you change and adapt your calorie intakes to the nutritional information? What I mean is, all nutrition tables are given based on a 2000 calorie diet, which I doubt most of us here live on. So, would the calorie intakes be more or less? And what about exercise? Information is given based on a 70kg person, however, I'm not sure how many calories I Do burn when I exercise because of that. So if anyone knows how to adapt your weight and calorie intake to the information given, I'd really want to know.

Thank you :)
and take care!

love lots,