Was watching Dr. Oz on TV. I would never let that guy operate on me. If I followed his advice: It would cost me $800 a day in supplements, I would eat my biggest meal at lunch (and subsequently fall asleep at work - or at the wheel on the way home), I would play with my poop, and most of my meals would taste like poop. Gimme a break. There are no miracle cures. Too much marketing and not enough reality.That's why you need to be involved in your own health care. Talk to your doctor and don't be shy, your doctor isn't shy (think about it - they unflinchingly handle the most private and disgusting things we have to offer). After all, you know more about what's going on than your doctor. Be involved, ask questions, and make sure you don't let them walk out of the room until YOU understand what they said and that YOU have the answers you need.
If you want to watch a show about health care watch 'The Doctors' thedoctorstv.com/
- you'll get more realistic advice.
Your health is your responsibility - not your doctor's!
Take an active role.
As a person suffering from chronic illness,
I know the reality of this information.
Don't take it lightly!
Here's a tip for losing weight:
Exercise and get smaller plates.
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I encourage it!
Why do some of the things in my journal entry turn into links to advertising.
I didn't do that - and I gave no one permission to do that.
My premium membership should block that.
WTF DA - are you learning from Facebook and Yahoo now?