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Super Human Radio Show - # 330 - Exercise After Mini-Fast Burns Fat And Builds Muscle

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7/8/2009 | Download File (27.27 MB)

:: Exercise After Mini-Fast Burns Fat And Builds Muscle :: Guest: Dr. Mark McCarty :: McCarty's group looked at individuals who exercised after a 10 to 14 hour fast and found greater fat loss while continuing to build muscle. ::

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