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Re: Susan Lucci

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@RainyDayGirl wrote:

I don't know of any cardiologist who would advise staying home, being inactive, and changing your whole life. The idea after heart surgery is to become active and keep that heart rate going. Lethargy can cause heart problems.

 

I have to say that Susan looks fabulous at her age. The dress was gorgeous, but far too much for a tiny woman like Lucci. The dress wore her, and no wonder she fell in those shoes. Look how high they are. I would fall off them the minute I tried to take a step. Good lord.


@RainyDayGirl There’s something I heard or read somewhere that I remind myself sometimes...”The heart is a muscle; exercise it.”

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Re: Susan Lucci

Susan is a sweet lady.

I sure hope she realizes the way she’s living her life is not good.

You can’t out-exercise a bad diet...which clearly she had since

she almost died because of it.  

To make big changes you have to have big changes.

Having Death stare you in the eyes is no place for ‘moderation.’

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Re: Susan Lucci


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@sidsmom wrote:

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@sidsmom wrote:

Stunned a cardiologist would say ‘live your life as you usually did’.

Guaranteed repeat business.


He meant activities @sidsmom. Exercising..

 

Thought you might be interested in his son ...another cardiologist. He is a plant based diet advocate. He seems to have a lot of info on his Insta-gram account. So it just proves even in the same family, doctors have different approaches.


@Trinity11

I saw the YouTube video of his son’s girlfriend while they were cooking.

It would be in the Dr’s best interest to adhere to that Plant Based Diet

before he has heart issues.  He’s clearly overweight.

And cooking bacon & hamburgers...stunned...a cardiologist be

eating this way.  Oof. My doctors are slim & trim.

Most doctors don’t care to make their patients well. Clearly this is one. 


Preacher in da house. 🙄

 

It gets old. 


@esme...it never ends. 

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Re: Susan Lucci

Well, over 70% of post menopausal women have hypertension.  Even those who eat right and exercise.  She probably eats little other than healthy foods, in tiny quantities, she is very thin.  But her lifestyle is demanding, social engagements often involve social drinking.  A sip here or there, and party foodstuffs.  That’s a lot, even with good habits.  But going out, and continuing her life is good.  Just skip the junk, and ask for a lime or lemon water.  I’m sure she will.  She obviously cares about herself.  And for herself.   

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@sharke, all I can say is she was sure cute and gracious about the whole incident.  Reminded me of the fashion show episode on Sex and the City when Carrie fell on the runway.  It’s all about getting back up and moving on!

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@MJDinVegas wrote:

@sharke, all I can say is she was sure cute and gracious about the whole incident.  Reminded me of the fashion show episode on Sex and the City when Carrie fell on the runway.  It’s all about getting back up and moving on!


@MJDinVegas

I like that episode!

Didn’t Stanny call her Fashion Roadkill?

You’re Fabulous!

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@sidsmom, he did call her Fashion Roadkill!  Thanks for reminding me.  You definitely made me smile!

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@sidsmom, the writing on that show was so smart.

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@MJDinVegas wrote:

@sidsmom, the writing on that show was so smart.


@MJDinVegas

I totally agree.

To this day, I’ll stop down & watch every ‘marathon’

whenever it’s on. And the fashion is classic AND crazy enough

to be timeless. 20~ yrs & it’s still fresh. 

 

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Re: Susan Lucci


@sidsmom wrote:

@MJDinVegas wrote:

@sharke, all I can say is she was sure cute and gracious about the whole incident.  Reminded me of the fashion show episode on Sex and the City when Carrie fell on the runway.  It’s all about getting back up and moving on!


@MJDinVegas

I like that episode!

Didn’t Stanny call her Fashion Roadkill?

You’re Fabulous!


She had to save face and made the best of it is what I thought. Not to much you can do to save yourself from the embarrasment from falling on your rump in front of an audience.

She's not gonna give up that limelight till she just can't go any more.