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Foods that are easily digested #5345348 02/09/20 01:49 PM
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Good Sunday Afternoon folks smile

I notice that my cholesterol is at a very low 119 and was thinking of healthy and easily digestible foods. I dont eat a lot of meat, bacon I do enjoy occasionally. I usually take half avocado, oatmeal and a smoothie of whatever I think is "different" and always drink water. Should say, I am off the cholesterol med I was on and have never been on a blood psi med. What are healthy and easy to digest foods you folks like?

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Fish and spinach!!!


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Re: Foods that are easily digested [Re: 53' Stude] #5345403 02/09/20 03:24 PM
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Oatmeal. I do prefer quaker oats to store brand. I cut up some fruit, mix it in, and it makes a very tasty and filling breakfast.

EDIT sorry I see you already mentioned that you eat it.

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Re: Foods that are easily digested [Re: paulri] #5345417 02/09/20 03:38 PM
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Originally Posted by paulri
Oatmeal. I do prefer quaker oats to store brand. I cut up some fruit, mix it in, and it makes a very tasty and filling breakfast.

EDIT sorry I see you already mentioned that you eat it.



Yeah, I eat the oatmeal daily for lunch with applesauce.


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Re: Foods that are easily digested [Re: 53' Stude] #5345442 02/09/20 04:16 PM
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Sweet Potatoes and rice I prefer brown

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