Town judge — and ‘spiritual’ weight loss consultant — elected to New York Regents
“People think coffee doesn’t count, but actually it does,” Kitchin said. “When you drink coffee, your body is retaining much of that fluid, especially for people who are habituated to drinking caffeine, as the body adapts, resulting http://www.reuters.com/article/2014/01/13/idUSnHUGdsQR+73+ONE20140113 in a reduced loss of fluids.” The idea that cold water burns more calories, as the body has to work to raise the temperature, is also a myth, according to Kitchin. “You will hear that ice-cold water helps burn extra calories,” Kitchin said. “While there may be a few extra calories lost, it won’t be nearly enough to make a dent in your weight-loss endeavors.” The professor recommends following a long-running, research-based weight management program such garcinia cambogia side effects as EatRight by UAB or Volumetrics.
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On anything. New York legislators elected and last week the entire body confirmed four new members of the state Board of Regents, which makes and oversees education policy and has been under attack for the botched rollout of the Common Core State Standards. Three current Regents were reelected. A newcomer, who won more votes than the others, is Josephine Finn, a lawyer, town judge and former community college professor.
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