Mitochondrial damage from hiit

darrel

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And there was I thinking diabetes was a common problem, trying, in vain, to suggest a greater risk of acidosis in unqualified hands than swinging a kettlebell and getting a little bit too sweaty and avoiding those nasty bananas.
I think it takes some doing to find a good pace levels, yet given the variety in individuals' reactions, and a few people needing to be "in-your-face" or something, observing ought to be the standard. Anyway improbable, the results of missing the point.
 
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