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You are what you eat i guess

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  Reply # 1885702 18-Oct-2017 13:37
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Batman: You are what you eat i guess

 

Oh. When Mrs KJ called me a pig I didn't realise she was being literal.

 

I'm still not giving up bacon.

 

 


 
 
 
 


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Batman: You are what you eat i guess

 

I'm yam what I yam ...

 

 





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elpenguino:

The problem is where the stuff goes when you flush it out.


My mam had low blood pressure for years. That was fixed with a new heart valve. The subsequent increase in blood pressure broke many pieces of plaque off the walls of her blood vessels - some of them ended up in her brain causing mini-strokes :-(


Seems like a case for inline filtering on the way to the brain after one of those ops. Ops aside I wonder how many strokes are due to similar causes.

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