- Aug 5, 2009
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- Duke City
Where the hell did I say they would??!!Keep telling yourself that your supplements will reverse you coronary artery diseaseYup, conspiracy nutjob........Yeah I'm sure 90 days on a whole food vegan diet will ruin my health.Yeah, right. Well Mr know it all amateur, it's your life, have at it.Personally I don't buy the solely genetic theoryUummmm, now you're beginning to sound like a conspiracy theorist. BTW, if your high blood pressure and cholesterol are genetic a vegan diet will help moderate it a bit but won't cure you. I know, my dad did all of that, didn't save him.
Instead of paying for cholesterol medications buy all natural Red Yeast Rice and Co Q 10, I get mine from Wally World (Walmart) take each once a day. My cholesterol is in normal range and has been since I started doing that. Matter of fact all my labs are normal, amazing for a 65 year old who eats anything he wants. My blood pressure would benefit from losing a few more pounds but I would always be on PB medication, it's genetic.
So someone says my grandpa, father, uncles, cousins all have very high blood pressure so it must be genetic in the meantime they are eating chili fries and pastrami sandwiches.
Diet can affect your genome.
Why should I take any supplements if I don't have to?
I'm willing to try going whole food vegan for 90 days because it's really close to what I eat now and I won't have any trouble giving up meat. Obese people run in families too so you could say that's genetic
If you're right and my high blood pressure is solely genetic then there will be no change. We'll see.
Oh and the supplements are all natural, I take them instead of pharmaceutical statins.
Supplements for the most part are a scam
Dietary supplements: a $37 billion-a-year scam?
I'm remembering something Redd Foxx once said about all these health nuts one day lying in hospital beds dying from nothing....... [emoji38]
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