Wheels Of Grace Magazine

Volume 9, Issue 1

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Wheels Of Grace MaGazine PUBLISHER: Grace Rider Magazine Inc. CONTRIBUTING EDITOR: Peter Kaye CONTRIBUTING ASSISTANT EDITOR: Stacy Kaye ASSOCIATE DIGITAL EDITORS: Rob Thompson / Lauren Hopkins GRAPHIC DESIGN: Angela Russo ADMINISTRATION: Luis DeJesus, Deirdre Rowan PRISON MINISTRY: Fred Landry WRITERS: Peter "Spartan" Kaye, Jackie Eldridge, Rev. Al Paquette, Dave "Road Sage" Dildine, Zig Zag, Susan Handel, Motorcycle Profiling Project, Charles Fleming, Mike Mohn PHOTOGRAPHY & ILLUSTRATION: Anya Berkut, Tenzin, Tim Roberts Aerial, Patrick Allen, 141crew, Aziz Rimi, Karl Daniels, Anna Om, American Spirit, Diana Rich, Simone Matteo, Modfos,Giuseppe Manzoni, Oleksandr Kalinichenko, Typhoonski, Steirus, Life On The Side, Photographer London, Antonella865, Tim The Photoguy, Corepics Vof, Aaron Kohr, Pierre Landry, Photochick814 ADVERTISING SALES: (951) 777-0503 / info@WheelsOfGrace.com ON THE COVER EAST COAST: PO Box 270239 Tampa FL 33688 WEST COAST : PO Box 892408 Temecula CA 92589 Tel: 951.777.0503 Email: info@WheelsOfGrace.com For more information log on to: www.WheelsOfGrace.com Copyright 2002 – 2017 © | All Rights Reserved Designed and Printed in the USA We do not make our mailing list available to other companies. The content in Wheels Of Grace magazine is intended to inform and entertain today's motorcycle enthusiast. Wheels Of Grace magazine welcomes your letters, comments, photos and articles and we handle them fairly. We cannot be responsible for unsolicited material. We reserve the right to refuse readership, advertising and distribution to anyone under our liberty of conscience protected by the First Amendment. The views expressed in this publication do not necessarily reflect the views of Wheels Of Grace, it's Board of Directors, Grace Rider Magazine Inc. it's staff, volunteers and affiliates. We do not accept anti-Patriotic and any anti-Biblical material. Please make sure to include your name and address with all submissions and if you would like material returned: please include a SASE and send to Wheels Of Grace. EAST COAST: PO Box 270239 Tampa FL 33688 WEST COAST: PO Box 892408, Temecula CA 92589 or send email to: info@WheelsOfGrace.com. 4 WheelsOfGrace.com Issue 35 Whether, then, you eat or drink or whatever you do, do all to the glory of God. 1 Corinthians 10:31 e d i t o r ' s S A D D L E EDITOR'S SADDLE Riding & Ea ng On-The-Go With the Holiday season behind us and the riding season around the corner, we feel it is important to eat as well as possible when we ride. The "riding" lifestyle and poor ea ng already takes a toll on our body and regardless that some may say "they will never ride a trike" I think it will be part of my life, God-willing. However, staying healthy is important and will help us to ride a two-wheel scoot longer to proclaim the Good News. We are all busy. We o en go a whole day without a meal and when we get home at night we mow down any food in sight. A trigger food for me is chocolate. Any chocolate. Chocolate covered raisins, almonds, or any other chocolate. Same thing with nuts. I would usually grab the container and eat them by the handful, too fast to even really taste them. I remember one me my wife and I were at a burger joint and she looked at me in surprise when she realized that my burger was gone, my hot-dog was half eaten (or devoured) and she was s ll half way through her small burger. But when you're trying to lose weight or maintain your weight, ea ng fast is counterproduc ve. A 2010 study published in the Journal of Clinical Endocrinology & Metabolism showed that when you eat quickly, your body doesn't have the chance to produce the necessary hormones to make you feel full. The researchers discovered that when the men in the study ate more slowly, two key hormones were released by the diges ve tract. Why are these hormones so important? Because they send a message to you to stop ea ng! These two hormones also send a signal that will help to curb your appe te for about three hours. When you gulp down or rush through your meal, the hormones do not get produced at the same level. So it appears that slowing down and enjoying your meal could result in you staying fuller, longer. I personally started coun ng 15-20 chews per bite I take before swallowing. But at mes I forget to count all together. Here are some simple ps to slow down the hunger train: • Smell your food before your first bite. Involve your other senses while ea ng; it can help to increase your food sa sfac on. Sounds crazy but it works. • Put your fork down between bites and count your bites to 15 or more; always a tough one for me, but it works. • Try not to skip a meal. When you skip a meal you are more likely to overeat at the next one. Ride safe, eat well, we want you around as long as possible to fight the good fight. Peter & Stacy K. BIKE: DOIN' TIME OWNER: REV. AL PAQUETTE

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