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@Catherine2 Hi Catherine, glad you're enjoying them! One full Russian Twist means hitting both sides :)
9 months, 1 week ago on Greatist Workout of the Day: Monday February 25th
@CarlaGolden Hi Carla, thanks for the spot, it looks like the "9" was accidentally left out. It's been updated!
9 months, 1 week ago on Calorie Counts On Food Are Wrong More Than You Think
@GeorgiaIvsin Hi Georgia, you're right! The wording we used in that instance was more for dramatic effect, but it's been tweaked to be more accurate. Thanks for the catch!
10 months ago on Your Steak Is Getting More Antibiotics Than You Are
@mfickler Preferably a mixture of both in your training!
10 months ago on Know Before You Go: Skiing
Rob, I really enjoyed this article, but I'm having trouble relating it to a hectic Werewolf Ninja lifestyle. Any pointers?
10 months, 1 week ago on 6 Convincing Reasons to Start Working Out Immediately
@anonuser @ZullaT Hi Anonymous, see above comment. While there was useful information in your previous comment, any and all postings with offensive language will be removed as per our commenting policy. We appreciate you reposting in a manner more appropriate for informed, polite discussion.
10 months, 1 week ago on Fasting, Vaccines, and Controversy: Q&A with Dr. Joseph Mercola
@anonuser Hi Anonymous User. We appreciate your comment and thoughts on the piece, but unfortunately your earlier comment was removed because it violated our commenting policy. We welcome polite discussion — and, of course, criticism — on the site, but even useful comments will be removed if they contain offensive language or are addressed to users in an offensive manner.
So we appreciate you reposting in a manner that is more in line with our commenting policy.
@littleone737 The recipes are linked in the paragraphs!
10 months, 1 week ago on 31 Guilt-Free Super Bowl Snacks
@DeannaMaidwell Hi Deanna, we wouldn't recommend using soaked bread as a general hand softener, as the effect will only be very temporary (which is what's needed when removing splinters).
10 months, 1 week ago on 15 Unexpected Bread Hacks (From Chicken Soup to Broken Glass)
@DevanMPC Of course, we just want to get the most accurate info out there. And the excellent part of our community is that readers are willing to let us know when they think we can present things more clearly. So your careful reading is much, much appreciated!
10 months, 1 week ago on What Are the Ethical and Environmental Costs of Healthy Food?
Hi Devan, thanks for your comments. You're definitely right that in some instances, locally grown doesn't actually produce fewer emissions than larger scale productions; the wording in the article has been tweaked to better reflect that.
Re: meats, there is significant debate on this issue, but unfortunately it's tough to say all meat is raised in a very eco-conscious way. Runoff from farms is still just one of many potential issues communities face across the country and globe, and while we applaud farmers working to reduce waste, there's still much work to be done in order to make meat and dairy production more efficient and environmentally friendly. UC Davis work you cited is compelling, so we went ahead and included it as a reference in the article. The questionable reference you cited has also been replaced in order to avoid any potential misinterpretations.
Thanks so much for reading!
@anonuser You'll see from our disclaimer at the top of the article that we're in no way pushing or promoting what Dr. Mercola recommends — in fact, you'll find Greatist has taken a very pro-vaccine stance in our content, and we do in fact disagree with a lot of what he has to say. This is simply a Q&A. We were curious about Dr. Mercola's response to his critics, and what we're doing here is presenting those responses to encourage discussion about his theories and opinions (many of which are in the realm of the unproven). So not pushing or promoting, just presenting for your takes! @ZullaT
10 months, 2 weeks ago on Fasting, Vaccines, and Controversy: Q&A with Dr. Joseph Mercola
@ZullaT Hi Zulla, we're not necessarily condoning anything in this article — we're just presenting Dr. Mercola's answers to our questions here, some of which are indeed controversial. Thanks for reading!
@JimMoreland Hi Jim! If you don't have access to cable machines, we recommend using resistance bands looped over a pull-up bar to gradually work up to an unassisted pull-up. Just make sure it's secured and step into the band, which will provide resistance against your bodyweight to make for an assisted pull. Thanks for reading!
10 months, 2 weeks ago on I Want to… Do a Pull-Up!
@idlacasi since GWODs are a service Greatist provides on top of our normal content (you'll notice there are no adds on here :)) we do the best we can with limited resources. tomorrow's is going up at midnight tonight!
10 months, 4 weeks ago on Greatist Workout of the Day: Friday January 11th
@idlacasi Glad you like them! Today's GWOD as been posted!
@Peter-Holt-Hoffman Hi Peter, thanks for your reply. The "debunking" in this case means shedding some light on the diets in question and dispelling some common myths about them. Everyone's nutritional requirements and lifestyles will vary, but what this article is basically saying is that paleo can be a great option as long as you take into account that it might be difficult to maintain the same level of carb intake (which could be a good thing for those hoping to drop some pounds!). Hope that helps clarify!
11 months, 1 week ago on Debunking Diets: Paleo Pros and Cons
@fitandlovinit15 glad you like them! any topics you'd like to see in the near future?
11 months, 1 week ago on Greatist Podcast: The New Science of Fitness
@RonNasty64 I feel you on that — I think they're a little like umbrellas in that regard. I definitely recommend pedometers with secure belt clips.
11 months, 1 week ago on The New Key to Office Productivity? Walking
@KevinBayAndersen Thanks, we love that this list can spark healthy discussion about the space! Not sure about your initial comment, we appreciate and welcome any constructive comments that add something to the discussion; anything spammy or rude will often be removed.
11 months, 3 weeks ago on The 100 Most Influential People in Health and Fitness 2012