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Fish oil for sore fingers and joints

arniearms
1/03/2012
2:15:13 PM


McDougall Muesli, best eaten on high gravity days.

davidn
1/03/2012
2:47:36 PM
The Complementary Healthcare Council just commissioned a Deloitte Access Economics study that apparently shows Australian patients suffering a recent heart attack gain a great cost-benefit (in terms of Disability Adjusted Life Years gained) by taking fish oil.

This could help some trad climbers?

arniearms
16/03/2012
12:25:49 AM
Ok so I started using this,

and just thought I'd comment that it tastes awful!!

I have been taking 3 times the dosage for initial loading, and so far only tried mixing it in water (700ml), and adding cordial when the foul taste assulted me. It's just drinkable, I will try it with chocolate protein powder tomorrow and just the normal dose. Anyway, seeing as I recommended it, I now recommend the capsules instead...

http://www.bulknutrients.com.au/joint-and-skeletal-support/joint-complex - 480 CAPSULES for $79, 1 or 2 a day.





On 22/02/2012 arniearms wrote:
>I bought 1kg of this,
>
>MSM, glucosamine & chondroitin.
>
>Price seem good to me,
>I can't vouch for results as I haven't started taking it yet, but have
>had decent results with similar products in the past.
>
>http://www.bulknutrients.com.au/joint-and-skeletal-support/joint-complex-2
>
>

Doug
16/03/2012
6:54:42 AM
On 1/03/2012 Useful wrote:
>The Complementary Healthcare Council just commissioned a Deloitte Access
>Economics study that apparently shows Australian patients suffering a recent
>heart attack gain a great cost-benefit (in terms of Disability Adjusted
>Life Years gained) by taking fish oil.
>
>This could help some trad climbers?

Fascinating connection between Trad Climbers and heart attacks ... do tell! :-)

davidn
16/03/2012
8:22:20 AM
On 16/03/2012 Doug wrote:
>On 1/03/2012 Useful wrote:
>>The Complementary Healthcare Council just commissioned a Deloitte Access
>>Economics study that apparently shows Australian patients suffering a
>recent
>>heart attack gain a great cost-benefit (in terms of Disability Adjusted
>>Life Years gained) by taking fish oil.
>>
>>This could help some trad climbers?
>
>Fascinating connection between Trad Climbers and heart attacks ... do
>tell! :-)

We all know sport climbing isn't scary and bouldering is for weirdos. The real hard men play the trad game, but even they get scared and have a few heart flutters on occasion. I'm sure I've heard a story of some well 'ard guy sketching 73 metres above his last piece of gear; suffers a heart attack, but just keeps thumping his chest against the cliff face while ascending the rest of the route, and then gives himself CPR at the top. Walks home afterwards, 17 km uphill. With a ruptured duodenum and smashed phalanges. Downs a case of beer and eats a ham sandwich for dinner.

Matter of fact, it could have been M9...

Doug
16/03/2012
8:49:16 AM
On 16/03/2012 useful wrote:
>On 16/03/2012 Doug wrote:
>>On 1/03/2012 Useful wrote:
>>>The Complementary Healthcare Council just commissioned a Deloitte Access
>>>Economics study that apparently shows Australian patients suffering
>a
>>recent
>>>heart attack gain a great cost-benefit (in terms of Disability Adjusted
>>>Life Years gained) by taking fish oil.
>>>
>>>This could help some trad climbers?
>>
>>Fascinating connection between Trad Climbers and heart attacks ... do
>>tell! :-)
>
>We all know sport climbing isn't scary and bouldering is for weirdos.
> The real hard men play the trad game, but even they get scared and have
>a few heart flutters on occasion. I'm sure I've heard a story of some
>well 'ard guy sketching 73 metres above his last piece of gear; suffers
>a heart attack, but just keeps thumping his chest against the cliff face
>while ascending the rest of the route, and then gives himself CPR at the
>top. Walks home afterwards, 17 km uphill. With a ruptured duodenum and
>smashed phalanges. Downs a case of beer and eats a ham sandwich for dinner.
>
>Matter of fact, it could have been M9...

Yes. I can see what you mean. Perfectly clear now.
:-)

IdratherbeclimbingM9
16/03/2012
12:27:40 PM
On 16/03/2012 useful wrote:
>On 16/03/2012 Doug wrote:
>>On 1/03/2012 Useful wrote:
>>>The Complementary Healthcare Council just commissioned a Deloitte Access
>>>Economics study that apparently shows Australian patients suffering
>a
>>recent
>>>heart attack gain a great cost-benefit (in terms of Disability Adjusted
>>>Life Years gained) by taking fish oil.
>>>
>>>This could help some trad climbers?
>>
>>Fascinating connection between Trad Climbers and heart attacks ... do
>>tell! :-)
>
>We all know sport climbing isn't scary and bouldering is for weirdos.
> The real hard men play the trad game, but even they get scared and have
>a few heart flutters on occasion. I'm sure I've heard a story of some
>well 'ard guy sketching 73 metres above his last piece of gear; suffers
>a heart attack, but just keeps thumping his chest against the cliff face
>while ascending the rest of the route, and then gives himself CPR at the
>top. Walks home afterwards, 17 km uphill. With a ruptured duodenum and
>smashed phalanges. Downs a case of beer and eats a ham sandwich for dinner.
>
>Matter of fact, it could have been M9...

Nah, it was kuu.
Did I ever telll you about the time he went beyond his own modestly extreme limit and I needed to rescue him?*
;-)
Looxury. Useful, ye shouda seen 'ow 'ard 'e was when 'e was a young'n...
Heh, heh, heh.







(*Typed in 'round the campfire' general discussion jest mode!)

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