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Topic   Will be leaving rehab next tuesday -update again new

jdwooley14
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* 12-Jan(#1)
A lot of Medical problems caught up and some got worse so I'm gonna be in the ER for 3 days Then rehab for another few weeks, thought I'd let yall know, I'll list my problems below for those are curious



Right foot has 2 opened exposed skin that burns
Both legs swollen, right being the worst
Cellulitis
Feet and hands now numb gaming is over for me for now
Open wounds on thighs and my butt
Newly opened wound on right leg

It was hard to type this with numb fingers



update: sores are healing up, foot is almost healed, bedsores are almost healed, but now i got some on my back, 2 of them

update 2: foot has healed up, but still hurts a bit, new sore opened on my backside, finally got my weight, the bed has a built in scale, i was around 720lbs when i came in, now im down in the 610s, last weighing was 618, but that was 2 days ago and im losing a average of 2lbs a day


ninesalone
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12-Jan(#2)
Damn man, that sounds terrible. Hopefully the medical professionals there can take care of it quickly and you can get back to life without that pain and discomfort.
Octopussy
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12-Jan(#3)
Feel better an come back soon.
Giantjuice
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12-Jan(#4)
Dang man. We go all the way back to TGN. mind if I ask how this all happened? Best of luck to you man.
jdwooley14
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12-Jan(#5)
Not taking proper care of my diabetes and not eating right most of the time

theJaw
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12-Jan(#6)
Damn I had no idea diabetes could cause open gashes and stuff. gosh darn. Feel better bud.
MikeyWhoa
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12-Jan(#7)
Unchecked and non-maintained diabetes can cost you limbs brother. I was diagnosed 2 years ago. It's a struggle, but it's important. Keep skin wounds very clean, and most of of all, maintain those glucose levels.

It's hard I know. If you're like me, The you actually feel a little better with higher levels (120+). When my levels are in the normal range, I actually feel really weak, and if they get sub-80's, then I start shaking really terribly.

Learn what works and doesn't work for you, and maintain it. It's no joke brother. Take care of yourself. Get better soon. If you ever need to talk about it or want some advice, feel free to PM me anytime.
Ranchan
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12-Jan(#8)
Sorry to hear about your condition. I agree that it's no joke. Hope you get well soon.
sinnie
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13-Jan(#9)
Sorry to hear about the diabetes issues. I hope they are able to reverse the damage and get you on track to be healthier.

tonymack21
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13-Jan(#10)
Hope you feel better soon. I've had a couple hospital stays over the years :/. Not fun

Rune_Walsh
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13-Jan(#11)

Sorry to hear about that. Hopefully you'll get through it sooner rather than later and be back to your old self. We are all here if you need anything.
jdwooley14
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13-Jan(#12)
Every time they clean the wounds, feels like they are using a wire brush

Tad
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13-Jan(#13)
Damn man, hope you get better.

Feeb
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* 13-Jan(#14)
Do you guys use constant monitoring devices or old school pokes? Glargine insulin? Just curious- mostly because my diabetic clients do monitoring and use their glargine for their diabetic kitties.

Get better. Take care of yourself!
Dasgessabel
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13-Jan(#15)
Damn man, hate to hear about this. Get better asap bud, and hopefully they (and you in the future) can stay ahead of this. Got you in my thoughts and prayers, and if you need an ear to bend, I'm a PM away. yes
Admiral
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13-Jan(#16)
Best wishes for you.
Noid
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13-Jan(#17)
Get well soon, jdwooley14; we're all pullin' for ya! wink
Gutterpuppy
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13-Jan(#18)
Get well and hang in there
jdwooley14
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13-Jan(#19)
Thanks all

SirConnery
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14-Jan(#20)
Come back to us soon all healed!
darkslime
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* 15-Jan(#21)
You got this brother. You know what you gotta do and you can do it, you can reverse all of this in a year or so of discipline, one day at a time, and be gaming again soon
Tony
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15-Jan(#22)
Wow. I have some diabetic friends and it seems like their lives are just one medical complication after another. Take care of yourself and get back soon.
dustin11
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15-Jan(#23)
Unchecked diabetes is no joke. My Dad's half sister (my.....half aunt?), let hers go and ended up in the hospital in diabetic coma a few times before finally dying from it back in 97 or 98. Really serious stuff but it can also be controlled by diet. Couple simple changes and you'll back to normal in no time.
razeak
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15-Jan(#24)
Pulling for you bro. Keep us in the loop if possible.

jdwooley14
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15-Jan(#25)
So far they said the bedsores just need to heal up, but the my heel is still in bad shape

HybridCRoW
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16-Jan(#26)
Feeb wrote:
> Do you guys use constant monitoring devices or old school pokes? Glargine insulin?
> Just curious- mostly because my diabetic clients do monitoring and use their glargine
> for their diabetic kitties.
>
> Get better. Take care of yourself!

There are monitoring devices with testing strips and lancets for "old school pokes."

Medication depends on which Type Diabetic someone is. Sounds like wooley is type 2 diabetic with his current situation. He may have to get insulin shots (Lantus (Glargine), Humalog, Novolog, whichever). He may also get oral medications like Metformin, Glyburide, etc.

I'm Type 1 diabetic. I take oral medications, Metformin and Glyburide.

There are other medications, but it really depends on how someone responds to which medications.
Felty
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17-Jan(#27)
Sounds terrible, I hope everything works out and you get better.
secret_defender
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20-Jan(#28)
Not to be the bad guy, but i would recommend taking care of diabetes and take it seriously. At any moment you don't, you can die. Seen it and seening it again with my neighbor.

Get well at any case.
theJaw
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20-Jan(#29)
secret_defender wrote:
> Not to be the bad guy, but i would recommend taking care of diabetes and take it
> seriously. At any moment you don't, you can die. Seen it and seening it again
> with my neighbor.
>
> Get well at any case.

Don't think that makes you the bad guy considering everyone has shared the sentiment haha
jdwooley14
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15-Feb(#30)
updated op

Jeffro
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15-Feb(#31)
Wish I could say some stuff. But I drink so much my kidneys hurt and my liver barely functions (I crap out fats instead of processing them).

I've lost 40 pounds in the last 5 months, but I doubt I'm long for this world. My whole mother's side of my family has type-2 diabetes, if I get it I'm done for. So I can understand how you can ignore it.


You're not even 27 though, you got this. You can control your health and live as long as you like. Hope you get better man, seriously.
Feeb
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15-Feb(#32)
Jeffro wrote:
> Wish I could say some stuff. But I drink so much my kidneys hurt and my liver barely
> functions (I crap out fats instead of processing them).
>
> I've lost 40 pounds in the last 5 months, but I doubt I'm long for this world. My
> whole mother's side of my family has type-2 diabetes, if I get it I'm done for. So
> I can understand how you can ignore it.
>
>
> You're not even 27 though, you got this. You can control your health and live as
> long as you like. Hope you get better man, seriously.

Fudge bro. Do you have EPI? Get that checked. Drinking in excess is bad for your liver but not for your kidneys. Go see a specialist if they are telling you this.
tonymack21
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15-Feb(#33)
That sounds like EPI ? Between IBS and not having a gallbladder fats cause havoc on me as well, but if you're having liver and kidney issues with that sounds like an epi test could at least rule that out. You guys take care of yourselves and hope you both start feeling better real soon

DiamondDave
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16-Feb(#34)
This makes me want to get to a doctor.
jdwooley14
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1-Mar(#35)
updated again

Jeffro
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1-Mar(#36)
Nice weight loss! Keep that crap up man, sounds like you're headed in the right direction!
Feeb
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1-Mar(#37)
That is impressive.
theJaw
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1-Mar(#38)
How does that happen just sitting up in the hospital? Surgeries?

Regardless, props brothaa. On that fast track to healthiness. yes
Noid
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* 1-Mar(#39)
Congratulations! I know how difficult it can be to lose that kinda weight, which is why I'm so darn proud of what you've done. Let this topic be your accomplishment journal of sorts. Post here everytime you've made progress so we can cheer you on to better and better results. It'll be a positive self-fulfilling prophecy. grin
dustin11
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2-Mar(#40)
Just out of curiosity, how did you get to 700lbs? Did you have a bad injury or accident?
jdwooley14
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2-Mar(#41)
dustin11 wrote:
> Just out of curiosity, how did you get to 700lbs? Did you have a bad injury or accident?

never dieting, eating whatever i want and not exercising

DiamondDave
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2-Mar(#42)
Diets are for sissies, lifestyle changes are real crap
Dasgessabel
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2-Mar(#43)
Glad to hear some things are getting better. It's gonna be a process and it surely isn't going to be easy, but I see you know what you need to do and you know how to do it. Just tackle the problems one at a time and focus on getting better, don't let it overwhelm you. We got your back here on GTZ!
theJaw
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2-Mar(#44)
DiamondDave wrote:
> Diets are for sissies, lifestyle changes are real crap

This is mega expensive and super unpromofed here in the ol' US but 100% true.
dustin11
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2-Mar(#45)
theJaw wrote:
> DiamondDave wrote:
>> Diets are for sissies, lifestyle changes are real crap
>
> This is mega expensive and super unpromofed here in the ol' US but 100% true.

Not if you know what you're doing and know your way around the kitchen. Our grocery bill is about $400/month for my Wife and I but I also cook virtually everything we both eat which keeps the costs down significantly.
theJaw
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* 2-Mar(#46)
dustin11 wrote:
> theJaw wrote:
>> DiamondDave wrote:
> |>> Diets are for sissies, lifestyle changes are real crap
>>
>> This is mega expensive and super unpromofed here in the ol' US but 100% true.
>
> Not if you know what you're doing and know your way around the kitchen. Our grocery
> bill is about $400/month for my Wife and I but I also cook virtually everything we
> both eat which keeps the costs down significantly.

I mean if you're already weighty to a certain point, it's extremely costly to get back in shape. I've been there, and trust me, I know what I'm doing.

As far as staying consistent, not nearly as rough on the wallet. Some people just have bigger hurdles to work against. You don't look like a dude who's got innate meatiness in their genetics haha

darkslime
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2-Mar(#47)
how is it costly to get back in shape? eat less, less food costs less, eating at home costs less
Feeb
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2-Mar(#48)
Bad food is cheaper.
darkslime
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* 2-Mar(#49)
no it isn't. not if you cook it yourself

also dustin what do you cook for meal plans? i've thought about doing that, i could lose around 50 lbs put on in the last couple years, and spend a crapload of money on processed food and eating out.

i eventually want to get to the point of doing vegan meal plans where I am actually get nutrients. I was 90% vegan for a few months last year but ultimately ate too much processed vegan frozen foods and felt nutrient deficient. but other than that eating vegan felt pretty great. i only had to take 1 crap a day and felt clearheaded, and lost 30 lbs.
Feeb
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2-Mar(#50)
A bag of chips and soda is definitely cheaper than cooking healthy. Eating out is a different thing. Just because you eat at home does not mean it's cheap for every budget.
darkslime
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2-Mar(#51)
Nah cooking beans and rice is cheaper than a bag of chips and a soda
Feeb
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2-Mar(#52)
Yep. If you have an oven, electricity and time it definitely is.
ninesalone
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* 2-Mar(#53)
Hard boiled egg and toast > cereal, poptarts, etc

Not expensive to eat healthy.
theJaw
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* 2-Mar(#54)
darkslime wrote:
> how is it costly to get back in shape? eat less, less food costs less, eating at
> home costs less

If you're a certain size, you need to reach a certain amount of proteins, carbs, calories, etc., to still remain healthy regardless. That's a lot harder to do for innately bigger people. And yah, sometimes that crap is genetically passed to someone. If your dad is a lazy fatty, there's a chance you will be too. I certainly was. It takes both hard work and a diet that can be costly for a bigger individual who wants to eat healthy. Healthy food, and any extra-curricular health activities, can certainly add up for the average dude.
theJaw
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* 2-Mar(#55)
ninesalone wrote:
> Hard boiled egg and toast > cereal, poptarts, etc
>
> Not expensive to eat healthy.

That's absolutely not healthy for everybody's morning intake. Maybe it works for you, but not everyone. Sorry pal.

Lol POPTARTS?
ninesalone
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* 2-Mar(#56)
theJaw wrote:

> Lol POPTARTS?

Nasty. People feed that crap to their kids for breakfast.
Feeb
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2-Mar(#57)
He's diabetic.
theJaw
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* 2-Mar(#58)
ninesalone wrote:
> theJaw wrote:
>
>> Lol POPTARTS?
>
> Nasty.

What's nasty is you trying to suggest eating poptarts would help a diabetic get healthy hahaa
theJaw
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* 2-Mar(#59)
Lol sorry, I misread.I agree, poptarts are the fudging bane of my existence.
ninesalone
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2-Mar(#60)
theJaw wrote:
> ninesalone wrote:
>> theJaw wrote:
>>
> |>> Lol POPTARTS?
>>
>> Nasty.
>
> What's nasty is you trying to suggest eating poptarts would help a diabetic get healthy
> hha

Just an example. Healthy food tends to be cheaper.
theJaw
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* 2-Mar(#61)
ninesalone wrote:
> theJaw wrote:
>> ninesalone wrote:
> |>> theJaw wrote:
> |>>
>> |>> Lol POPTARTS?
> |>>
> |>> Nasty.
>>
>> What's nasty is you trying to suggest eating poptarts would help a diabetic get
> healthy
>> hha
>
> Just an example. Healthy food tends to be cheaper.

No it doesn't. Keeping up a consistent healthy diet with a strict regiment that would aid in weight loss of this sort would absolutely not be cheap. Point blank.
Feeb
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2-Mar(#62)
Roughly 550$ year more to eat "healthy." $1.50 / day. Not too bad for most of us. But not cheaper.

Loading up on cholesterol and carbs is not healthy btw.
Finn
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2-Mar(#63)
ninesalone wrote:
> Hard boiled egg and toast > cereal, poptarts, etc
>
> Not expensive to eat healthy.


I agree, it's not expensive to eat healthy.





theJaw
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2-Mar(#64)
Again, it's easy for you smaller dudes who just biologically aren't big. But that's not everyone, unfortunately. Toast and an egg won't help somebody 300+ pounds when they're trying to reach a healthy point. That'd be starving them. A consistent and realistic calorie count is a must, and innately bigger dudes call for more to remain healthy. Can't get that from toast and an egg lol
ninesalone
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2-Mar(#65)
theJaw wrote:
> Again, it's easy for you smaller dudes who just biologically aren't big. But that's
> not everyone, unfortunately. Toast and an egg won't help somebody 300+ pounds when
> they're trying to reach a healthy point. That'd be starving them. A consistent and
> realistic calorie count is a must, and innately bigger dudes call for more to remain
> healthy. Can't get that from toast and an egg lol

2 eggs, 2 slices of toast then.
theJaw
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2-Mar(#66)
ninesalone wrote:
> theJaw wrote:
>> Again, it's easy for you smaller dudes who just biologically aren't big. But that's
>> not everyone, unfortunately. Toast and an egg won't help somebody 300+ pounds
> when
>> they're trying to reach a healthy point. That'd be starving them. A consistent
> and
>> realistic calorie count is a must, and innately bigger dudes call for more to
> remain
>> healthy. Can't get that from toast and an egg lol
>
> 2 eggs, 2 slices of toast then.

Yeah, you still don't know what you're talking about but keep at it bud!
Feeb
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2-Mar(#67)
Cholesterol (whole egg) and carbs are contraindicated with diabetes. They cause blood sugar fluctuations and also promote heart disease.


On that note, so are all the easy unhealthy foods. Discipline is a virtue. Not a universal trait.
Finn
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* 2-Mar(#68)
My fiance and I go grocery shopping on Sunday's for the up coming week and awhile back we decided to go meatless for one month to try, over the course of the month we saved $180. We felt awesome. Now I will never stop eating meat, but we did decided to cut back. It is indeed cheaper to eat healthy, meat tastes great but you don't need it.



Feeb
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2-Mar(#69)
Meat is not unhealthy.
theJaw
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2-Mar(#70)
It is legitimately not cheaper to eat healthy if it's a health requirement. You choose to eat meat only once a month. Not everybody is in the same position as you. Especially with fish and poultry, meat is a necessity for big dudes like me. It isn't a question of just meat or no meat.
Feeb
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2-Mar(#71)
High quality fruits, vegetables and whole grains with lean low cholesterol proteins. Properly cooked. That's what we all need. Most of us probably don't.
Finn
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2-Mar(#72)
Feeb wrote:
> Meat is not unhealthy.



Never said it was.



Feeb
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2-Mar(#73)
My bad. Comprehending your story was difficult. I understood you equated saving almost $200 from not eating meat with eating healthy. Sorry.
theJaw
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2-Mar(#74)
Finn wrote:
> Feeb wrote:
>> Meat is not unhealthy.
>
>
>
> Never said it was.
>

Just acted like not eating meat was the route to unanimously healthy and financial benefit. wink
Finn
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2-Mar(#75)
theJaw wrote:
> It is legitimately not cheaper to eat healthy if it's a health requirement. You choose
> to eat meat only once a month. Not everybody is in the same position as you. Especially
> with fish and poultry, meat is a necessity for big dudes like me. It isn't a question
> of just meat or no meat.


I know a few guys at our gym that are vegan and are pretty big guys, ripped as fudge.

It's a misconception that it's more expensive to eat healthy, it just shows some people don't know how to shop. We eat meat once or twice a week depending on what we decided to make. We get our protein from a bunch of different non meat sources. i love the money we save and we eat pretty damn healthy.

Getting tired of zucchini though lol we just started cooking more with eggplant.



Finn
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3-Mar(#76)
theJaw wrote:
> Finn wrote:
>> Feeb wrote:
> |>> Meat is not unhealthy.
>>
>>
>>
>> Never said it was.
>>
>
> Just acted like not eating meat was the route to unanimously healthy and financial
> benefit. wink


Don't really see how I did that, I never stated we stopped eating meat. We stopped for a month to try and found we saved money, we still ate well and tried many new things. We still eat meat, we just don't need to eat it every day. More then one way to get protien and iron that meat gives. When we do it's usually a chicken dish or steak salad.


I do hate fish though... Unless it's a big Tuna steak. In all honesty it's easier to cut meat out in the winter, come summer I can't say no to hot dogs/smokies/hambergers....


darkslime
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3-Mar(#77)
meat isn't a necessity if you eat nuts and legumes
Finn
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3-Mar(#78)
darkslime wrote:
> meat isn't a necessity if you eat nuts and legumes

And damn filling.


JD
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3-Mar(#79)
Keep it up wooley stay positive you can do it and get better i believe in you after all We're both JD practically brothers

Finn
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3-Mar(#80)
Feeb wrote:
> My bad. Comprehending your story was difficult. I understood you equated saving almost
> $200 from not eating meat with eating healthy. Sorry.

No biggie, typing on my phone sucks lol I seen a few mistakes that i corrected.


Topic   Will be leaving rehab next tuesday -update again new