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Where the calories go

After a meal, your body begins to apportion what it has just eaten to nutrient-hungry organs. Here's where the calories go, according to Dr.

After a meal, your body begins to apportion what it has just eaten to nutrient-hungry organs.

Here's where the calories go, according to Dr. Michael Jenson, a professor of medicine at the Mayo Clinic.

- Muscles, 25 percent

- Liver, pancreas, spleen and adrenal glands, 23 percent

- Kidneys, 10 percent

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- Thermogenesis (the act of breaking down the food you just ate), 10 percent

- Brain, 10 percent

- Heart, 5 to 10 percent

- Fat cells, 2 to 3 percent

And if you do the math, that means there is 10 percent left that no one knows where it goes.

Perhaps the part that gets stuck between your teeth?

Source: Men's Health

Pride in lust

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According to 3,254 visitors to menshealth.com, lust is the most popular of the traditional seven deadly sins.

The results are:

1) Lust, 52 percent

2) Pride, 14 percent

3) Envy, 11 percent

4) Gluttony, 7 percent

5) Sloth, 7 percent

6) Greed, 6 percent

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7) Wrath, 3 percent

Adult numbers

Average age at which the average male sees his first adult magazine

11½

How it happened

Saw a friend's copy

Number of adult magazines sold monthly in the United States

3.8 million

Movie actress average guy would most like to see in Playboy?

Catherine Zeta-Jones

Chances a centerfold's photos have been "enhanced"

100 percent

What the average guy would say if his daughter told him she was going to appear in an adult magazine:

"Over my dead body."

Amount collectors have paid for the December 1953 Playboy (with Marilyn Monroe)

$6,200

Two fastest-selling collectible Playboys

January 1995 (Drew Barrymore pictorial) and May 2001 (Brooke Burke)

Pop group that sang "Centerfold"

J. Geils Band

Sources: Amazon.com, Men's Health and Collector's Bookcase in Fullerton, Calif.

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Today's best bet

"Lillies of the Field," 8 p.m.

Fargo-Moorhead Community Theatre, Fargo

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