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ELEVEN YEARS
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josvin84 posted:
Hi,
Tomorrow it will be eleven years since I had my first heart attack..
I have had no heart surgery and stopped taking all drugs about six years ago. I am doing really fine on green smoothies and daily walks.

Josvin

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max9821 responded:
Yes to the greens, no to the smoothies. I might try them if I wanted to invest in an expensive blender but it is not worth it for the occasional smoothie.

dolores
 
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josvin84 replied to max9821's response:
Dolores,
I bought a blender for 90 dollars here in Euorpe. It is reasonable price. I have now used it at least once everyday for the past three years.
Just look for a blender with a motor of 750 watts or more.

Josvin
 
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ufatbasted responded:
I drink a green drink 5 days a week and eat tons of greens.

No dairy no meat just fish once a week. No oil or fried foods

I purchased a viatmix 3 years ago and love it. It's expensive but comes with a 8 year waranty.

Off all meds and feeling fantastic!
 
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july31 responded:
I'd rather eat the greens. (More fiber also.)
 
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deadmanwalking57 replied to july31's response:
About five days a week. Eat veggies, not green smoothies.


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