The simple answer is Yes, I know it will take a while to restore the good faith of my readers but I will attempt to start blogging regularly again in the hope to help you pass the dreary work day. Hopefully my two month absence coincided with you sunning yourself in the South Island, and relearning how to swim in the North Island.
|"Yeah, just off to the Boxing day sale in Taranaki and you?"|
What have I been doing, well numerous things
|Trying to eradicate Hippies. (apparently I have put on weight and look slightly cartoony)|
|.and ended up working on a tea plantation|
|Stupid special on 2.25 litre coke, now I have to do this All women's aerobics class.|
All they did was take the calories in the drink and then calculated what sort of exercise would be required to burn them off.
|According to most Scientician's a smile burns 2 calories.|
The only relevance the 1 hour running for a can of coke, the academics has come up with, is if you are a corpse, who for some reason or another feed a can of coke, and were then re-animated and needed to burn it off.
|Must burn off Coke.|
The only other way this equation works is if they start with the assumption people are eating exactly the right amount of calories to cover basic bodily functions every day and that can of coke was on top, in which case you would have to add on the hour run. But how many people are living their lives on such precipice?
|Careful, just 3 ml of tea, otherwise I am over for the day.|
I mean why not put these labels on all foods not just unhealthy ones? There is a 105 calories in a Banana.
|Hmmm if I eat all these Bananas, I will have to run for 4 hours, better stick to the Coke.|
Upshot is if you want to lose weight remember to keep the following equation in the negatives.
Calories in - Calories out
|I think I forgot to carry the 1.|