Mike, got it. I was up until 5:30AM packing so I haven't had a chance to reply yet. No time like the present though...
As for when to take the multi vitamin, I remember TC writing something about oatmeal binding nutrients (as you mentioned). I cut/bite my tabs in half, take the first dose in the AM or 2-3 hours after my oatmeal, then the second half 12 hours later.
MikeTheBear, I just zoomed in to the Johnson Space Center and you can still see the Saturn V rocket outside (it is now enclosed).
Random JSC Note: Even though I went through months of security checks, as a "foreigner" I couldn't be on base without escort (ironically a Greek fellow was my escort). I'd have to wait at security for up to an hour each day, where I got to watch the deconstruction and cleaning of the Saturn V.
Yes, you can see the Great Wall from the moon (or space) Freakin' geeky huh? That's what happen when your parents give you books every birthdays. And you come around to reading them
Hey Dave, I just asked Dr Lowery about this, but I'll throw it your way too: I'm currently buying this bread which's got 13 gr of carbs per slice. But the label says "made with sprouted wheat" What the hell is that, and what does it do?
Dave, I've been lifting for around 2 years and would like to begin using creatine effectively and responsibly. Right now I'm 5'9 and 165 lbs. Would taking 2.5 grams of creatine during my workout days only without a loading phase be efficacious? I've done a lot of reseach and am a little confused being that I'd like to use as small a quantity as possible to get the job done.
I'd hate to break it to you, but no you cannot see the great wall from space (with the naked eye). That is a long standing myth. It is smaller then freeways, which you cannot see either, hell, some huge rivers are tough to see.
Zen, before I debate you about seeing the great wall (along with every 2 lane road on the planet), I've found some cool info on the bread.
It seems that people like sprouted bread because it's crunchy yet light. Other than that, it's magical properties are limited.
I was really curious about this bread, so here's what I found: 3 days prior to baking, put 1/4 cup whole wheat seeds or berries in a 1-quart jar. Cover the mouth of the jar with cheesecloth, fastened with a rubber band. Soak seeds in warm water. Pour off the water (save), and place jar on its side, in a dark place. Twice a day, rinse the berries in tepid water (80?-85? )poured through the cheesecloth.
When the sprouts are as long as the seed, bake the bread.