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Grill Out…Steak On

  • by Matt Jennings
  • February 23, 2017
BUTTER STEAK ON THE GRILL Heat the grill high for about 10 minutes 16oz. Butter Steak cut into four 4oz. pieces. (Butter Steak available at COLONIAL MARKET, Bridge Ave. Point Pleasant) Rare is always best, but grill pieces to everyone’s specs. Just do not do well done…                 […]Read More >>
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Choose Your Battles

  • by Matt Jennings
  • February 13, 2017
“In this corner, standing at 5’6” and weighing in (again) at a voluptuous 186#, with a record of (we have no idea) this mother of two, wife, nurse, do anything for anybody…hails from Spokane Washington, and is still ranked #1 by her family and friends. Please give it up for Mrs. Kim ‘Kimmy’ Jones!!!! (sudden […]Read More >>
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Protein Before Bed Time For A Shapely Body

  • by Matt Jennings
  • February 5, 2017
We know that post strength training is one of the most optimal times to take in adequate amounts of protein to help repair and build muscle tissue. There have also been many recent studies linking protein ingestion right before bed time to increased muscle protein synthesis, hypertrophy as well as increases in strength as compared to […]Read More >>
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How Sugar Makes Us Fat

  • by Matt Jennings
  • October 2, 2016
  This post is from my blog on a former site SHIFTXTR.COM May 27th, 2009 Fat plays by some pretty specific rules. Let’s go over some of the important roles both sugar and insulin play in getting us fat . 1. In humans, insulin is the most potent hormone inhibiting lipolysis (breakdown of fat for use […]Read More >>
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Does Your Belly ‘Hurt’ Every Time You Eat A Sweet Potato?

  • by Matt Jennings
  • May 19, 2016
Here’s Why… Sweet Potatoes Contain Mannitol… Mannitol belongs to the polyol, or sugar alcohol family. Sugar alcohols, such as sorbitol, xylitol, maltitol and mannitol, are often added to sugar-free ice cream, sugar-free candy and other sugar-free foods because they contain fewer calories and sugar compared with regular table sugar. Some foods also naturally contain small […]Read More >>