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Old 02-03-2010, 07:09 AM   #11
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I believe in the saying.."everything in moderation". Capt Phil said he was drinking 12 red bulls and smoking 2 packs a day. That is definitely not in moderation. If you read on the entire article and all the comments, you will see that several people said the guy that posted that article has been writing a bunch of off the wall stuff as of late. To say that your playing with death by drinking one red bull sounds a little extreme to me.... I could be wrong though...
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The cigs would play a part, not so sure about the Red Bull. BP, cholesterol, wrong food......trust me, I know.......Read up on strokes. More complicated than "Red Bull and Cigs".
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Old 02-03-2010, 09:02 AM   #13
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Downtime2 (2/3/2010)The cigs would play a part, not so sure about the Red Bull. BP, cholesterol, wrong food......trust me, I know.......Read up on strokes. More complicated than "Red Bull and Cigs".


Of course it's more complicated than Red bull and cigs. Not sure who said it wasnt, but it wasnt me.



The guy obviously doesn't take care of his health. Red bull is just one factor, but it definitely isn't something you should be pounding 10 cans a day of , especially if you also, smoke, drink, pound coffee, don't eat, don't sleep, don't exercise, and god knows what else he does or doesn't do. Did you even since what I posted?



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Red Bull increases a healthy person?s risk of stroke after just one can. This disappointing conclusion has arrived from a recent Australian study, as reported on Reuters. The blood becomes ?sticky,? after imbibing just one can of the sugar-free energy drink. This blood characteristic is common in a person prior to a stroke or other cardiovascular problem. The combination of a Red Bull type drink and stress could be deadly. Researcher Scott Willoughby, remarks about the healthy study participants:



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Old 02-03-2010, 09:09 AM   #14
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Coffee, smokes, no sleep, no exercise. That's a shocker. Can't believe he's lived as long as he has. Pretty sure he had 3 cigarettes burning at one time in one episode.
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