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group to cycle from town to muizenberg. Meet at train station and cycle together

A participant at Co-creating Open Streets wrote on Jul 23, 2014 19:30:

This idea was suggested during the Co-creating Open Streets Event. What do YOU think of it?

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Rice and kimchi are staples in typical Korean diet. That may explain the higher carbohydrate levels. And these foods can also be quite filling, while giving coeairatpvmly lower calories, than say a Big Mac. But also note that their sodium intake per day is also very high (again probably due to kimchi and other salted food), while potassium intake is relatively low. And their lives are not cut short by heart disease. Interesting, or did I read the chart incorrectly?
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