Try not to live your life as a "heart patient". Live and do what you like......just try to avoid "excess" in your behaviors or habits. Personally, I wonder how the hell I survived the first thirty post op years. The last 20+ years have been pretty healthy......mostly due to age slowing me down, not my heart problems. I've never been a believer in supplements although I have tried a few over the years that were "fashionable" at the time.Aside from medications, what do you do to stay (or get) heart healthy? What supplements do you take and why? How much and what kind of exercise do you do? Anything that has made a big improvement?
you didn't, but your family had you spun up in this highly detailed AI simulation of the past, so you could live out the years you were denied in bliss (and we're all AI chat-bots this is the cheapest part of the sim)...Personally, I wonder how the hell I survived the first thirty post op years. ...
I envy your 50 mile fast ride!For exercise, I ride my bike to work about 150 miles per week and then a fast ride of 50 miles with lots of hills on Saturday. I eat a Whole Foods plant based diet 99% vegan. I put turmeric in my oatmeal with a spray of b-12 each morning. No other supplements and no meds. (61 yo with a 7 1/2 yo porcine AV)
Hi @leadville - it will only work if you are already on a low carb/high fat diet for some time and then mega load the fat for three days before. Here's a short piece about it and an explanation of why it might work: https://blog.bulletproof.com/how-to-lower-cholesterol-fast/Hi Anne , i was watching the video again last night you mentioned a while back about the 3 day fat loading prior to a lipid test.
I'm due to test in September and i plan to try it