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Old 09-01-2011, 02:35 PM   #11
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none my business, but how did you break your jaw?....Think I might hit the local restaurants I like that have good gumbo and have them fix me up with some juice/rue or whatever ya call it.....smash up crackers in it and go for it. Has to suck for sure.
Me and a buddy were attacked the other night. I ended up with my jaw broken in two places, concussion, 2 interior stitches closed with 8 staples. My friend had to get 10 stitches in his mouth and on his lip. We were both knocked unconscious and I woke up on a stretcher being put in an ambulance.
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Old 09-01-2011, 02:47 PM   #12
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Dayum! That's more like getting the slop beat out of you. Where did this happen? My buddy ate a lot of apple sauce when his jaw was wired up.
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Me and a buddy were attacked the other night. I ended up with my jaw broken in two places, concussion, 2 interior stitches closed with 8 staples. My friend had to get 10 stitches in his mouth and on his lip. We were both knocked unconscious and I woke up on a stretcher being put in an ambulance.
dang man, sorry to hear that. Are you a student in Tallahassee? Sounds like your lucky they didn't out right kill ya.
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Old 09-01-2011, 02:59 PM   #14
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Fat Sick & Nearly Dead Documentary awesome documentary and will give you a lot of insight of liquid diets. It's also extremely healthy
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Good grief man, that's rough. You know the people who did it? I got mine broken on a dirtbike getting t-boned by a ford explorer going 55 and I didn't get it as bad as you!!
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Being 6'5'' and 170lbs I cant afford to lose any weight.
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Well I'd do slim fasts on top of regular meals. Slim Fast is a meal supplement so if you take that and then drink a meal you'll be able to maintain weight. Also buy some protein from the store and put a scoop or two in every other meal.
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Try MET-Rx, 38 grams of protien, chocolate is good- use a blender and throw a bannana in.
I hope you have a speedy recovery.
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Sounds like you're going to be low in calories and protein. Go to any supermarket and check out the nutritional supplements in the pharmacy section. Whole range of them to include high-protein. Also crush up a multivitamin and add. I was a dietitian in a previous life and it's hard even in a hospital to get enough nutrion in a liqued diet.
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I was also going to suggest some protein powder. I do two scoops with some banana and blueberries in a glass of milk then blend. It's pretty filling for a shake, at least to me. I use EAS protein powder and tastes the best from what I've tried.
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