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The Definitive Health Thread

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First @Bio thank you I still haven't read it all doing research as I go along with your post, we are all getting older here together this information is very important at our age. Thank you


Did some research on calcium ct score

Seems like California not that easy to find out of pocket but other states easy as hell

While researching it I found two sources of info , I found extremely useful


 

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First @Bio thank you I still haven't read it all doing research as I go along with your post, we are all getting older here together this information is very important at our age. Thank you


Did some research on calcium ct score

Seems like California not that easy to find out of pocket but other states easy as hell

While researching it I found two sources of info , I found extremely useful


Easy af to do one in cali, 150.tops.out.of.pocket....depends on where u live, most imaging places have it...
 

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First @Bio thank you I still haven't read it all doing research as I go along with your post, we are all getting older here together this information is very important at our age. Thank you


Did some research on calcium ct score

Seems like California not that easy to find out of pocket but other states easy as hell

While researching it I found two sources of info , I found extremely useful



Without a physician's referral I don't know how easy it is. I had a physician's referral and I paid out of pocket no problem. Insurance won't cover it unless it's medically necessary.
 

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What is your dosage on the cordyceps?

Good thread! How about some supplement ideas to address some of the risks? Ill list some below but would love some more options.

Personally, my supplements are separated in the cabinet by organ system :ROFLMAO: Heart, Liver, Kidneys, then Electrolytic. And yes, some supplements like Curcumin and a BP med overlap more than one organ.

Heart (mostly LVH prevention / reduction) and plaque : (yeah I know, it's a lipid/calcium thing,,,I just class it as heart)
Ubiquinol
Pycnogenol
K2/MK7
Curcumin
Cialis
Apigenin
Lisinopril

Liver:
Synthergine
NAC
Injectable Glutathione
Choline/Inositol
Methionine
Niacin
Fish oil
Bergamot
Berberine

Kidneys:
Cordyceps
Astragalus
Cialis
 

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I agree. My grandfather died last year during covid(not from it but we couldn’t bury him because of it) He lived to be 93 years old and up until his last year he was still capable and had his faculties. Then Alzheimer’s and dementia set in and he went downhill fast. For the last two weeks of his life he refused to eat anything, he would take smalls sips of water, and would refuse any kind of medication. He lived a long life and he was done with it. The last time I went to visit with him the first thing he asked was if I was a doctor and if so he didn’t want anything. It was really tough to see this mountain of a man so frail in a bed and not recognize me. He went out on his own terms and I think given the same circumstances I would feel exactly the same way. I’ve already spoken to my wife about it. I would like extraordinary measures to be used to save my life in a catastrophic event. But if there’s no chance that I can recover to lead a normal happy life, then I’d like to be done at that point. My grandma is 89 years old and stood by him ever my step of the way. This was 3 weeks before his death. She’s push him around outside every few hours so he could get some fresh air. They were married for 62 years
Yea my dad lived till 87 and died of cancer.2 days ago made it 5 years he passed on September 2. If it wasn't for the cancer I'm sure he still be alive
He was never on a wheel chair. He walked perfectly and drove as well
 

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Magnesium, zinc, copper, fish oil, NAC, quercetin, pregnenolone, dessicated beef organs, d3 w/ K2, l carnitine, vit c, rotate some other stuff in and out as I feel like it. Trying to keep the immune system strong and do things to decrease systemic inflammation as Alzheimer’s runs in my family. Live as long and athletic as possible. Not looking to be huge just around 185ish @ 10%. Sauna 4-5x per week and zone 2 cardio as well.
You take all of these as a pill each day? How is you diet, I feel like a balanced diet should provide vitamins in sufficient amounts. Maybe a multi (a. quality one) in addition to a diet, but I think taking so many pills per day is missing the big picture of health. When I first started lifting I would carry a baggie around all day with about 20 pills, vitamins, everything in the vitamin shoppe. Then one day I said this is ridiculous and just made. sure I ate good food. I hardly got sick back then and I get sick even less now, leading. me to believe it didn't really do anything to make my immune system stronger. Good diet, sleep, limit stress are the keys IMO.
 

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Yea my dad lived till 87 and died of cancer.2 days ago made it 5 years he passed on September 2. If it wasn't for the cancer I'm sure he still be alive
He was never on a wheel chair. He walked perfectly and drove as well
Sorry for your loss, Brother:(
 

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Yea my dad lived till 87 and died of cancer.2 days ago made it 5 years he passed on September 2. If it wasn't for the cancer I'm sure he still be alive
He was never on a wheel chair. He walked perfectly and drove as well
Life can be great well into the 90s if you're healthy. Both of my grandmothers were like that, dying in their 90s happy and able to do most things with a sharp mind and body.
 

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Life can be great well into the 90s if you're healthy. Both of my grandmothers were like that, dying in their 90s happy and able to do most things with a sharp mind and body.
Yea man that fking cancer sucks robbing people of their lifes
 

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Yea man that fking cancer sucks robbing people of their lifes
Sure is. Our neighbors lost their little girl when she was only about 5 years old. Brain cancer. I hope they can figure out more treatments for it.
 

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Sure is. Our neighbors lost their little girl when she was only about 5 years old. Brain cancer. I hope they can figure out more treatments for it.
Oh God that has to be so damn hard and sad.I honestly think I would loose it and go crazy like really crazy hospital kind

I won't get into politics because we can't talk about that here.but we know if they want a cure they would have one already and they probably do but we never see it
 

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Life can be great well into the 90s if you're healthy. Both of my grandmothers were like that, dying in their 90s happy and able to do most things with a sharp mind and body.
My grandmother passed away last year at 93. She died of pulmonary fibrosis which killed my grandfather 30 years ago, and also killed my aunt 2 years ago. I can’t imagine living to be old enough that you outlived your 71 year old daughter
 

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My grandmother passed away last year at 93. She died of pulmonary fibrosis which killed my grandfather 30 years ago, and also killed my aunt 2 years ago. I can’t imagine living to be old enough that you outlived your 71 year old daughter
Im thinking my mom might outlive me. She is 81 now and i am 51. With my heart attack, ive come closer to dying than she. Women in our family live into their 90s.
 

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Oh God that has to be so damn hard and sad.I honestly think I would loose it and go crazy like really crazy hospital kind

I won't get into politics because we can't talk about that here.but we know if they want a cure they would have one already and they probably do but we never see it
It was real hard on them. They had a boy and girl already and so the little girl was the youngest at the time. They had enough courage to have two more children after that and they thankfully were both healthy.
 

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It was real hard on them. They had a boy and girl already and so the little girl was the youngest at the time. They had enough courage to have two more children after that and they thankfully were both healthy.
Thank god I'm sure it's still hard on them till this day
 

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Life can be great well into the 90s if you're healthy. Both of my grandmothers were like that, dying in their 90s happy and able to do most things with a sharp mind and body.
thats true, but seems like often you either keep your mind and lose your body, or keep body and lose your mind, my mom is 85 and physically does very good but her mind is going, its been a very slow progression for about 4-5 years, hell she is not on any meds outside her Alzheimer's meds, her husband is 1 year younger and his body is going but mind is good, i have seen many like this, in my case it will be the body, lol.
 

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Im thinking my mom might outlive me. She is 81 now and i am 51. With my heart attack, ive come closer to dying than she. Women in our family live into their 90s.
come on brother please dont think like that.dont call death it listens.we care for you and dont want to hear you say that. at least I care .and I look foward to talk to you for more years than that
 

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thats true, but seems like often you either keep your mind and lose your body, or keep body and lose your mind, my mom is 85 and physically does very good but her mind is going, its been a very slow progression for about 4-5 years, hell she is not on any meds outside her Alzheimer's meds, her husband is 1 year younger and his body is going but mind is good, i have seen many like this, in my case it will be the body, lol.
I lost my mom a year ago to alzheimers and dementia. I tell you nothing worse than talking to your mother and she has no clue who you are. That has been the hardest thing Ive delt with in life. and ive delt with a lot.if I tell you ....you wouldnt believe how I havent taken my life
 

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I lost my mom a year ago to alzheimers and dementia. I tell you nothing worse than talking to your mother and she has no clue who you are. That has been the hardest thing Ive delt with in life. and ive delt with a lot.if I tell you ....you wouldnt believe how I havent taken my life
yeah i hear ya brotha, she is not to that point yet, but her memory is shit, things like when we visit we will wake up eat breakfast, about an hour after she will ask you not going to eat breakfast, it has been a really slow progression much slower than i thought it would be, but what you mentioned about your mom not knowing who you are yes that will hurt.
 

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