Hi,the best diet for you to be on is NOT one with Pasta or any heavy carbs,I found even the so called "good carbs" were making me fat.(dont eat them) Here is what I found.Eat lots of veggies and fruit.drink almond milk and eat lots of fish.(yes I know they say no meat)but that's bull crap.the vogel "bart"test revealed that salmon had very little effect on the arteries.so do a low carb sensible diet like what I'm doing,lots of fish,salad,veggies,fruit.DRINK LOTS OF WATER,I found that water was the key and actually helps lower your resting heart rate,drink two 16 flu oz water upon waking and constant drink water through the day.walk at least 2 miles a day and you don't need weights!.I only eat salmon or fish,no other meats.the calcium score may never drop or may take years to resolve but as long as your not adding to it you should be fine.dont think that losing weight will clear the calcium,it wont.View Thread
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