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Offline farmfromkansas

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Re: Breakfast for Supper
« Reply #20 on: September 17, 2021, 07:49:22 AM »
My doc says I have to lose  20 pounds or go on cholesterol meds.  I am going for the 20 pounds.  Oatmeal for breakfast for me, and if I can, forget supper. A plate full of sliced tomatoes if not.
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Re: Breakfast for Supper
« Reply #21 on: September 17, 2021, 08:44:39 AM »
Losing 20# is much easier than lowering a bad cholesterol, LDL number!
 I have always had low LDL cholesterol but my cardiologist tried for years to raise my good number/HDL which is very hard to do from 38 where it likes to stay.
 Eat right and live a long time-good luck.  ;D

I found out the hard way I was allergic to Niacin, now only take a generic statin pill.
 
FWIW, I fired my old heart doc recently- like they say, people "vote with their feet" and look forward to the new one who might just take interest in his patients? Most docs do IMO.  I easily self-referred myself to the new guy I'll meet next month->try that in some other medical fields like dentistry specialties where I ran myself ragged to get an extraction during covid shutdowns. 
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Re: Breakfast for Supper
« Reply #22 on: September 17, 2021, 11:36:15 AM »
You won't do yourself any favours by starving, the body will try to conserve the fat reserves. I lost 40# with regular exercise (which shouldn't be a problem for a farmer) and leaving the table after one serving which was an issue with my wife's cooking. ;D Eat regular meals in moderation to maintain your energy levels, just go easy on the desserts.
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Re: Breakfast for Supper
« Reply #23 on: September 17, 2021, 12:23:08 PM »
I've already done away with sweets and pop.  Just hard to not eat a big supper.  Have a neighbor family who are all thin and healthy.  They do not eat supper.  Have all the breakfast and lunch they want, and a beer about 5 pm. They work hard.  I work as hard as I can, just getting weaker as I get older.
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« Reply #24 on: September 17, 2021, 03:12:51 PM »
most of my ancestors died of COPD and lung cancer from smoking.  no dementia.  my HDL is about mid thirties and my internist said, "I really do not know what to do with it".  my total cholesterol is not high, but my good to bad ratio is low.  so no meds for now, try to eat right.  if i developed diabetes and high blood pressure, i might do meds to try to prevent heart attack and stroke from every direction.  my grandmother had a stroke but was overweight, DM, HTN and in those days, getting a blood sugar under 300 was good.  she continued to eat what she wanted.  she loved food and said she would rather be dead.  eat well, work hard, sleep good.  try to enjoy life (harder these days with covid and politics).  At least if you are doing the things you want to do, if you go early, you can have few regrets.  god bless all.  
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Re: Breakfast for Supper
« Reply #25 on: October 06, 2021, 06:58:45 AM »
had breakfast for breakfast the other morning.  this is sawdust Jimmy and his wife Kathy.  he lives across the street, and when I am not working, we help each other with projects daily.
this diner is called skates.  the part we are in used to be a covered outdoor area, but they kept adding on.  the motto is "Moon it" and I do not remember the story behind it, but it is not what you might think.  


 
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