While Statins are impressive for some, they have really devastated my body. I have peripherial Neuropathy, and the statins have so disintegrated my muscles that I could hardly walk. My choice was in 2010 to listen to the Cardiologist. WRONG!! I have been taken off statins and trying to find out what will work for my High Bad Cholesterol - part of it is genetic. So, if I am to have a shot at reducing my weight by at least 30 lbs., I have to be able to move. And the constant pain makes it difficult. But I am going for it - would rather have a "life" than be in a chair!!
I am trying to figure out what it is that I can eat that is simple to make and digest. Any suggestions are appreciated - I believe you should be aware, I am not interested in any large amount of cooking. ThanksView Thread
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