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STEVEN2GO2
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Doctor visit

Thursday, June 13, 2013

I saw my Doctor yesterday and he said I had lost way too much weight! He said I looked gaunt and should gain 5 to 10 pounds. You can never ever please a Doctor. No matter how hard you try you will never be perfect and the Doctor will continue to suggest changes. There was some good news though with my lipid numbers. HDL was 76. LDL was 57.5. Triglycerides were 66 and the cholesterol was 147.
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  • v SANDRA2BSKINNY1
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    1151 days ago
  • v CYBERCITYSHELL
    I think doctors usually mean well Steven. And although he said you lost too much weight, allows you to get away with putting a little on if you do put some back on. Plus if you got sick it helps to have a little bit left to lose. But you sound like you are doing so well maintaining emoticon
    1155 days ago
  • v KEKEIKO
    Eat fruits & veggies to get you looking healthy. Your numbers are wonderful! emoticon
    1166 days ago
  • v K1TT3N
    It's great your numbers are down
    1168 days ago
  • v INSPIRATIONAL3
    Dearest Steve,

    Regarding your doctor I would ask him for your blood work and go down each category and have him explain to you all the readings and then he will see for himself probably how little he knows what he is talking about.

    Your learning to read your blood test I heard is the key to gaining additional knowledge of how to take care of yourself. It is sad that they do not teach nutrition or alternative healing in Medical School. The Pharmaceutical Companies pay the Medical Schools to gear the future doctors toward medicating the symptoms the body gives to warn up to stop and let the body heal itself and work with it.

    Trudeau put out a wonderful set of books stating how the Pharmaceutical Lobbies are so powerful that they have gotten the support of the government to shut down may Wholistic places producing healthy products for us with no side effects. Very Sad.

    Could go on and on but you get the idea. I have sought out a Physician Assistant who is trained in Wholistic Nutrition and he not only is helping me but he is helping people treat themselves naturally while they have cancer and all the traditional community can offer is toxic kemotherapy and radiation..its a big business.

    Of course he does not talk again traditional medicine but helps us prevent and heal naturally.

    Yvonne
    1170 days ago
  • v SVELTEWARRIOR
    I am happy your numbers are so good!!!!!!!!!
    1170 days ago
  • v ANNAMARIE1958
    Way to go Steve! ...well just eat a little more and don't get to carried away! emoticon emoticon emoticon
    1171 days ago
  • v LOVINGAFRICA
    That is a far happier picture, than the other way around!
    Good for you!
    1171 days ago
  • v FLYER99
    Great numbers! I wish the doctor would ask me to gain weight, I'd have no problem with that one! Have a great day, Steven!
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    1171 days ago
  • v WHISPERINGPINE9
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    1171 days ago
  • v CARTOONB
    It is possible to be too skinny. Too rich does not exist, but too skinny is! LOL! Take care of yourself!
    1172 days ago
  • v SANDICANE
    Way to go! Hey, it's not a bad thing to be able to eat a little bit more!!! :-)

    Cheers,
    Sandi
    1172 days ago
  • v CIRANDELLA
    Say...congrats on the spectacular blood-test numbers, though, Steven! Well DONE!! emoticon
    1172 days ago
  • v LILLY77771
    Steven,

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    I know what you mean about doctors, when you work hard to make progress and hope they stop certain meds they always say know you don't want to take any chances. However; I am very happy for you. emoticon
    1172 days ago
  • v WORKNPROGRESS49
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    1172 days ago
  • v GODDREAMDIVA1
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    1172 days ago
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