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Dave78 My last doctor visit.

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Dec 31 2008

Hey. Happy New Year. Things have been going pretty slow.  I guess I may need some more antidepressants. I definitelyam not a doctor and don't know too much about medical science but I just wanted to throw in the importance of eating a balance diet. I got a blood test back in Nov that said I was low on salt, my sodium and chlorides were low. I didn't even think it was a problem or that would even matter. In dec I cooked chicken and added Yoshida sauce on it. That has alot of salt and all the sudden my immune system just almost kicked on. I actually poured yoshida sauce in a cup and started to drink it.. lol.. I know it's weird, but my body was craving salt. It did help and I didn't have much salt in my diet for probably a month looking back at it. I didn't think it would be a problem. So I just wanted to throw that in there. Generally I thought just from the foods that I eat that I didn't have to worry about it. I don't know about everyone else but I eat alot more foods that I generally would eat if I was healthy. It's wierd. So now I take a little bit of salt everyday when I think I am not getting enough.  oh well.

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