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Chris H

HeavyHitter32 wrote:
Every medication does or can have side effects. Diet and exercise should be used as a first approach although most people are not disciplined enough with either, hence, medication becomes a bigger factor for them.

If I recall, statins are also anti-inflammatory which plays a key role in heart disease. (Side note: everyone over 40 should know their C-Reactive Protein number in addition to lipids and glucose.)


i think you hit the nail on the head there.
People wont change, which is sad and mad equally. These drugs are powerful stuff, particularly if our fighting against them with poor lifestyle choices, then your just masking the issue.
Sooner or later, they gonna pay for that, with their bodies processing crap and powerful drugs.

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hit4me wrote:
entsminger wrote:
HeavyHitter32 wrote:
Every medication does or can have side effects. Diet and exercise should be used as a first approach although most people are not disciplined enough with either, hence, medication becomes a bigger factor for them.

If I recall, statins are also anti-inflammatory which plays a key role in heart disease. (Side note: everyone over 40 should know their C-Reactive Protein number in addition to lipids and glucose.)

==Scott==
Drugs are always easier. A co worker has this acid reflux stuff and it's basically from eating poorly and he knows it. He comes in yesterday with his MacDonald's and I said hows the reflux going and he says the stuff/pills I'm taking for it seems to be working.








I agree with what you said....but when you eat healthy, exercise (weight training and cardio) and have a family history of cholesterol and heart disease, then statins may help prevention....I hope


when doing our research several years ago i did read of individuals who dispute clean living and exceptionally disciplined lifes had dangerously high cholesterol levels.
For those, one can see that medication was required or should have been considered strongly depending on the health of the person affected. However these individuals are the exception not the norm.
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Florida, USA

Chris H wrote:
hit4me wrote:
entsminger wrote:
HeavyHitter32 wrote:
Every medication does or can have side effects. Diet and exercise should be used as a first approach although most people are not disciplined enough with either, hence, medication becomes a bigger factor for them.

If I recall, statins are also anti-inflammatory which plays a key role in heart disease. (Side note: everyone over 40 should know their C-Reactive Protein number in addition to lipids and glucose.)

==Scott==
Drugs are always easier. A co worker has this acid reflux stuff and it's basically from eating poorly and he knows it. He comes in yesterday with his MacDonald's and I said hows the reflux going and he says the stuff/pills I'm taking for it seems to be working.








I agree with what you said....but when you eat healthy, exercise (weight training and cardio) and have a family history of cholesterol and heart disease, then statins may help prevention....I hope


when doing our research several years ago i did read of individuals who dispute clean living and exceptionally disciplined lifes had dangerously high cholesterol levels.
For those, one can see that medication was required or should have been considered strongly depending on the health of the person affected. However these individuals are the exception not the norm.


agreed
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epdavis7

The heat wasn?t too bad, but the humidity was like a sauna. Sprint to the finish.

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ATP 4 Vitality

Aerobic training benefits the skin

https://www.vogue.com.au/...204f45f8af81cc9

If you combine a slight negative calorie diet which has a very low protein/fat profile, the blood vessels improve, and the protein in collagen of loose skin can be recycled.
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epdavis7

Chris H wrote:
HeavyHitter32 wrote:
Every medication does or can have side effects. Diet and exercise should be used as a first approach although most people are not disciplined enough with either, hence, medication becomes a bigger factor for them.

If I recall, statins are also anti-inflammatory which plays a key role in heart disease. (Side note: everyone over 40 should know their C-Reactive Protein number in addition to lipids and glucose.)

i think you hit the nail on the head there.
People wont change, which is sad and mad equally. These drugs are powerful stuff, particularly if our fighting against them with poor lifestyle choices, then your just masking the issue.
Sooner or later, they gonna pay for that, with their bodies processing crap and powerful drugs.



I make meal prep easy by cooking all the meat for the week at once (minus hard boiled eggs and fish). This time of year I pull vegetables out of my garden.

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epdavis7

Some veggies from my raised bed garden.
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Crotalus

epdavis7 wrote:

I make meal prep easy by cooking all the meat for the week at once (minus hard boiled eggs and fish).



I eat pretty much like a dog - same thing everyday and the same time. But I cook the meat fresh each time.

Turkey burger, chicken , eggs, grits, watermelon, baked potato, cheese, nuts, salad, coffee ... some combination of those everyday.

The cashiers at Aldi's tell me they can ring me up when they see me walk in the door I'm so predictable on what I buy.

I did go off track the other day - had a couple slices of pizza for the first time in two years. I did it on my day off as I was concerned about getting the runs afterwards, but all went well, LOL.
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epdavis7

Crotalus wrote:
epdavis7 wrote:

I make meal prep easy by cooking all the meat for the week at once (minus hard boiled eggs and fish).



I eat pretty much like a dog - same thing everyday and the same time. But I cook the meat fresh each time.

Turkey burger, chicken , eggs, grits, watermelon, baked potato, cheese, nuts, salad, coffee ... some combination of those everyday.

The cashiers at Aldi's tell me they can ring me up when they see me walk in the door I'm so predictable on what I buy.

I did go off track the other day - had a couple slices of pizza for the first time in two years. I did it on my day off as I was concerned about getting the runs afterwards, but all went well, LOL.


Same here pretty much except I allow myself 2-3 cheat meals a week. Tomorrow I?ll do my bulk shopping at SAMs and and I?ll have their pizza combo and a hotdog and even a Diet Coke. That?s one of my cheat meals. My wretched excess. Living on the wild side lol.
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ATP 4 Vitality

epdavis7 wrote:
Some veggies from my raised bed garden.


Awesome
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oldbutsteady

EPd7,

What time should I come over for dinner?

OBS
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Chris H

epdavis7 wrote:
The heat wasn?t too bad, but the humidity was like a sauna. Sprint to the finish.



Man you must scare the shit out of your average runner.
That's why you never win - lol
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epdavis7

Chris H wrote:
epdavis7 wrote:
The heat wasn?t too bad, but the humidity was like a sauna. Sprint to the finish.



Man you must scare the shit out of your average runner.
That's why you never win - lol


Lol...I?m pretty friendly and easygoing. I do ok for age group especially when they have a Clydesdale division (over 200lbs).
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