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Former abbreviation for tryptophan.
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Q. has anyone here tried crossfit? its a way of cross training that is supposed to work your wholebody. I am interested in trying it but want some feedback from my friends here first.

A. cool, I am planning on a class this Friday.

Q. Please give any idea to try? I always tend to eat a lot, I am food lover & my mom cooks very good and I can’t stop overeating….I am obese yet I cannot…….I have tried thrice on a good diet plan and fitness program, which I failed to carry on……………please give any idea to try?

A. My dear …the problem is that you don’t eat to live but you live to eat. There must be a strategy that you first eat when you are hungry and this needs mental exercise not a physical and no diet plan even. This craving must be reduced. You can leave your house for some time and join some yoga village and have the diet they give and exercise under the trainer. You don’t need any diet plan you need diet management with physical training and to start on that you need mental motivation.

Q. Has anyone tried the cabbage diet? I'm interested in knowing if this is a good diet.

A. Personally I have tried it and first of all- 1. You cannot eat cabbage longer than a week, it's impossible 2. It is a very bad diet because it does not contain all the major food products one should eat every day, and allows fast yet dangerous weight loss 3. You end up putting back all the weight you lost once you stop, because you start eating like you used to, and you did not use lifestyle changes that will stick with you for the long term.

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Cardiff ran home four tries as they edged English National League One outfit Coventry 30-25 at Cardiff Arms Park yesterday.
A 11,142 24-28 Tries: Cudjoe, Faiumu, Murphy, Crabtree.
The Six Nations still rely on the old methods of winning and losing, which statistics show suit Wales given the fact they haven't been free-flowing scorers of tries.
Ospreys: Tries - K Phillips (2), M Morgan, R Fussell, A Beck, R Webb, S Parker, penalty try; cons - M Morgan, T Prydie, G Owen Tigers: Try - B Pienaar; con - G Ford; pens - G Ford (2).
Durham easily won their game with Sheffield 29-7, taking the lead early on courtesy of a Walker penalty followed by Thompson and Johnson tries.
At Four Seasons, Eric learned Andrechts on the extension in about four tries before prepping for one of the gnarlier 50-pointers: the backside blunt revert.
Tournament specials - Sportingodds: 10-11 over/under 75.5 tries, 10-11 over under 70.5 missed kicks at goal, 10-11 over/under 9.5 yellow cards.
The Ravens were by no means outclassed and managed six tries and a bonus point in a free flowing contest of 13 tries.
Nathan Burchell scored three tries for the home side with Ian Miller adding two more.
N 28-18 30,891 Tries: Brough 2, Carlile, Griffin, Lunt.
Rovers led 10-0 at the break thanks to tries from Matty Dale and Zak Hardaker and further tries from Liam Finn, John Grayshon and Kyle Briggs secured the win.
Rhymney hauled themselves off the floor to put in a great display as they ran in six tries in a 41-16 beating of Senghenydd.