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CORYSGIRL30 posted:
I read your reply today about my Q to Dr. P. The auto whatever I can't spell that! You know what I mean.

Question. Does that mean I can go on a chip diet!?!? LOL :)
pnaturegirl responded:

Salt is your friend when your b.p runs low or dips upon standing up.

I eat baked chips now, Since gall bladder came out but eat pretzels and almonds during the day to snack on.

Also, Add salt to my food etc..

You naughty girl!!! :wink:
fibroinsd responded:
Ohhhhhh Chips and dips...doesn't that sound good...


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