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Discussion in 'Band of Glockers' started by Allegra, Aug 1, 2010.

  1. Allegra


    Mar 16, 2003
    Mga fafa,
    Dami kong kakilala may komplikasyon sa puso, kakatakot panaginip ko pa naman maging DOM

    Normal naman dugo ko , utak lang hindi

    Time to start eating more gulay mga BOGs, tanggal kanin , and start walking more
    Last edited: Aug 1, 2010
  2. Chie


    Jul 1, 2005

    Will try the organic rice instead. Hirap matulog pag hindi nakapag rice. And hopefully plenty of sexercise :supergrin:

  3. sandman_sy


    Nov 15, 2006
    Hunger and cravings is all in our minds... heheheh

    from 210 down to 193... my target is 180.. ang HHHHIIIIRRRAAAAAAAAPPP :p
  4. 9MX

    9MX Rei!

    Sep 29, 2003
    yup..two of my officemates suffered from strokes recently,one was in mid-40s, he is now a vegan. the other one is 40 yo, i wonder if he'd turn vegan
  5. horge

    horge -=-=-=-=- Lifetime Member

    Jan 22, 2004
    almost home
    I'd rather the risk of stroke.
  6. JuDGe


    Dec 2, 2002
    Mega-City One
    a younger cousin of mine died of heart attack yesterday, he was just 39yrs old
  7. ans3288


    Nov 29, 2004
    hwag sir! mahirap yun, its very life changing!
    a friend of my wife, a doctor, didnt know she was already experiencing a heart attack sa US! kala nya lang stomach acids nya, noong hindi gumaling ang sakit dahil sa morphine, checked at ECG normal, pero noong tinignan ang puro thru angiogram, one ventricle (tama ba) already was 100% blocked! emerygency angioplasty, altho her heart went into heart failure, and up til now, i think naka pahinga.

    she is only 35-36ish, lives a healthy lifestyle, picky kumain, could genes play a part also?
  8. Eye Cutter

    Eye Cutter Moderator

    Nov 21, 2002
    Dr. B. Eye
    bad genes ans!

    almost everyday nag te-tennis ako, 1-2 singles game. my weight has plateaued... need to cross train...
  9. ppts799

    ppts799 Daisho

    Oct 12, 2002
    BIKE!!! i lost another 9lbs due to MTB
  10. darwin25

    darwin25 Make your move


    I'm now taking a balanced diet everyday. But there is this saying that cholesterol is always the secret ingredient to good food.:supergrin:
    Last edited: Aug 1, 2010
  11. kristiansen

    kristiansen Birdwatcher

    Dec 7, 2002
    on the road again
    and stress i out what you eat people,we're not getting any younger.......:cool:
  12. Wp.22


    Jan 17, 2005
    An officematw of mind suffered a mild storke two weeks ago this after he underwent a bypass operation a year ago sobra sa bad foods
  13. im a hobby farmer and all i can say is..... veggies are not as "good" as they used to be. delikado ang mga veggies and fruits ngayon. in exchange for better profit / secured harvests, farmers are irresponsibly spraying veggies. delikado at nakakalason ang mga ito. some chemicals used are even the same chemicals used in cleaning our toilets! yes, it's that bad.....

    if given a choice, buy fruits / veggies that arent as nice to look. these are "safer" to eat. try to cook your veggies well. ofcourse, washing is a must. as for salads, good luck nalang sa atin :)

    some farmers also claim na organic sila..... here in bukidnon, almost all are BS. that's the reason why i grow our own veggies for our consumption. mas sigurado pa ito.

    fyi lang and hope this helps.....
  14. Putok-Glock


    Feb 2, 2005
    stress stress stress stress...

    and to relieve that, you need to...

    shoot shoot shoot shoot...simple
  15. productionguy

    productionguy what a move!!!!

    Dec 11, 2006
    in the province
    ung iba siguro lahi na,may common friend kami ni edtf,halos lahat sila sa family may heasrt proble,pero kung titingnan mo naman fit sila and mahilig sa mga outdoor activities.pero ingat na din sa mga pagkain...wagyu na lang lagi,di ba bisoy?:)
  16. Allegra


    Mar 16, 2003
    Yung nga nakaka gulat 30s to 40s din mga kakilala ko may sakit sa puso

    Sakin , what seems to work for me
    Di ko pinagsasabay ang carbo at fat
    Just protein plus carbs o protein at fat

    carbs vs fat , mas masarap sakin ang fat e
    Kaya todo kain lechon cebu , crispy pata pero WALANG rice at desert

    Isipin nyo pinoy diet , adobo/lewchon kawali at kanin binalot

    Fat + easily digestible carbs = angioplasty

    Lahat naman ng test ko mormal , blood pressure mababa
    I actually feel better ngayon kesa nung edad bente

    Kung tamad kayo mag exercise bumili nalang kayo ng ipod at running shoes at maglakad kayo isang oras gabi gabi
    Sama nyo na mga asawa nyo
    Pilitin nyo lang maka 3 weeks
    after 3 weeks, hahanapin nyo na ang exercise , no need pilitin sarili
  17. horge

    horge -=-=-=-=- Lifetime Member

    Jan 22, 2004
    almost home
    Balance is everything.
    If I can rationalize lead dust exposure at the firing range, well,
    you can take it from there, lol...

    My doc put me on Lipitor a few months ago.
    Told me to lay off the cholesterol because of too many blocked
    vessels in my brain (one vertebral artery was totally occluded).
    I'm on the Lipitor all right... but I gave up on strict dieting --the
    stress just wasn't worth it.

    I just cooked myself a big-ass paella of well, paella an hour ago:
    a pound of bacon substituted for rabbit, a ridiculously fat chicken
    cut into pieces. On the side some tender higado de bacalao, some
    ribeye steak, and stuffed eggplant.

    I do miss my alcohol, but it would mess with my SGPT monitoring.
    (I have to cave in to what my doc says, every now and then, lol.)

    I'm turning 50 soon, and while I enjoy life, I've been comfortable
    with the thought of dying since I was in grade school. I'm doing
    what I was put on earth to do, and if it's my time to go, I'm all
    set. I really doubt I'd live longer if I went vegan, but I do have
    every confidence that I'd live miserably.

    I'm on a reasonably healthy diet a fair share of the time, sure.
    But I'm all set for my crispy pata + sukang pinakurat this weekend.
    Probably 3 cups of rice to go with it, lol...


    EDIT: It should go without saying ---we're all adults, and have
    different genetic predispositions to influence our life choices
    (which involve risks either way we choose). Cooper's Four Rules
    apply to more than just shooting.

    Last edited: Aug 2, 2010
  18. ans3288


    Nov 29, 2004
    i second the motion!!!

    before going into ipsc, my BP was 160/90
    now its around 125/80

  19. Putok-Glock


    Feb 2, 2005
    Im 50 and glad I dont suffer yet those ailments mentioned above. Just lucky I guess. But I suffer from tendinitis in my right elbow and scoliosis for years now. But as long as I can shoot straight, I am ok. Its the stress of life that could do us in guys so lighten up w/ a lot of ammo downrange! Its very effective, really...I do regular exercises but not as strenous as you guys. My age wont allow it anymore. I prefer workouts I can maintain regularly say 3-5x a week, than the strenous ones that I can do only 1x a week or less. and I dont forget to shoot...
  20. 9MX

    9MX Rei!

    Sep 29, 2003
    +1 if it lets me go quickly...