Can any gameshare 2k14 on ps3 name is kidcudi-13?

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Answer #1 | 23/07 2014 16:15
Your heart rate is good even the one in the 80s. Many peoples heart rates increase after eating. I would stick with the oatmeal etc. for the lower heart rate or add some of that fruit to the oatmeal. Generally, adding a bit of mashed banana to oatmeal will make it sweet enough so you can skip adding any sugar etc. and blue berries are quite healthy.
Answer #2 | 23/07 2014 16:10
See your physician. I don't think it's anything serious, but it wouldn't hurt to get it checked out.
Answer #3 | 23/07 2014 18:33
I don't think so that heart rate goes up after having a fruit breakfast.As science said that breakfast should be light. Fruits are light and are suppose to be eaten in the morning hours.
Answer #4 | 23/07 2014 18:30
I eat 3-4 types of sliced, fresh fruit every morning for breakfast—but I NEVER drink fruit juice. My heart-rate remains pretty steady. I wouldn't drink a 'smoothie' for the same reason that I wouldn't drink fruit're probably peeling and throwing away a lot of the goodness, both fiber and enzymes on the skins that help in the controlled digestion of the fruit and then you are mechanically and thermally destroying a lot of the fiber and other goodness, such as vitamins. The fiber in fruit 'encapsulates' a lot of the 'fructose' and makes its absorption a much slower process, so you *could* be getting "insulin spikes" from your 'smoothies'. These spikes are known (or believed?) to be related to heart disease. One fruit I *rarely* eat for breakfast is the banana. I eat all stone-fruits (such as cherries, peaches, plums, apricots, etc), 'pome' fruits such as apples, quinces & pears (all with the skin on), oranges, pineapple, several types of melon and berries/grapes and whatever else is available or 'in season' at a decent price. No problems at all (touch wood!) I agree with Zach that you should check with your physician, and take whatever tests it needs to see if you have a problem. I'm thinking (and hoping) that you'll be fine. Cheers!

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