Hi Mike, today is the first time I came across you website. I’m in love. Lol. For the past 3 years I haven’t eaten bread, pasta, potatoes or rice. I don’t drink juice just green tea and water. Do you think it would be hard for .myself to start taking creatine if I don’t eat certain things? Also I’m not a big meat eater. Do you think that would affect my training process if I wanted to gain note muscle? I train with my partner 2/3 times a week. I’m taking raspberry ketone and green tea extract at the moment too. Thank you
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My wife had cataract surgery 3 years and 7 months ago. She had RK surgery in the early 80 s and lasik 10 years later. She enjoyed grat eyesight until the dr recommended early removal of cataracts. She has been miserable ever since. She has undergone yag procedures, a vitrectomy in the worst eye along with collagen cross linking on the same eye. She experiences the dark edge or shadow on the bottom outside edge of her eye. She describes it like a tear or blur that you can't wipe away. It results in twinkles, shadows,bluriness and other distractions that have totally deteriorated her quality of life. Thousands of dollars and thousands of travel miles later we just received word yesterday from Emory Eye Clinic in Atlanta that the really don't understand what is causing the incident and dismissed her to go home and learn to live with it. The Dr did say that her case had given him the passion to try and invent something to bring relief. She has 20/20 vision but the issue makes life almost unbearable some days. Her faith in Jesus Christ is the only thing that helps her cope but some days her coping skills give way to distress over living like this the rest of her life. Drs should approach cataract surgery with more caution following RK and consider learning to live with the cataracts. If we could go back we would welcome having cataracts instead of this. People should be warned that their lasik surgery can cause great complications when you enter the stage of life where cataracts begin to develop. I've also learned that cataracts begin to form earlier in lasik patents. God bless all of you who are finding out about this after it is too late to go back. We pray that the Dr at Emory keeps his passion to find a remedy.