Hopefully OT for most


A heavy duty review that sort of answers a couple of my questions. That is, how come I’m symptom free with pretty advanced CAD…and how to capitalize on what I might’ve inherited along with my FH.

I have my (now) 6 monthly follow up bloodwork scheduled in a couple of week’s time. My strong advice for anyone with the merest whiff of elevated risk of metabolic syndrome (genetic gift or lifestyle choice) contemplate something similar if “it’s been a while”.

Wondering about investment potential here too :thinking:

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What is/are CAD and FH?


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Coronary Artery Disease and Familial Hypercholesterolemia. Surely not my first mention🤣

What is Computer-Aided Design (CAD)? | Goodwin University.

The Captain


Actually, Denny…a very helpful explanation for folk who haven’t invested sufficient effort in avoiding dental caries and find themselves needing crowns and other dental devices.

Makes a big difference to quality of manufacture.

Thankfully, something I’ve only really experienced from the income generating potential and not the income drain. Something I can look back on and know what I did right…the better to keep the income draining potential really low moving forward.

Stop eating sweets. Lose weight and save teeth.

The Captain


Ideally, before the damage has begun…but certainly before it becomes irreversible.

A strategy that’s been recognised for decades (more likely centuries)

**…trying to put myself out of business since 1973, me