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Discussion in 'Cardiff City Forum' started by Boo, 9 Feb 2019.
You can call me a snowflake, but given I’m old enough to be their father, and in a couple of cases, their grandfather, I’ll pass.
All women have had a dabble, or want to have a dabble
Grass on the wicket, let's play cricket
the lady doth protest too much, methinks
So you would have a go on a man then I'm guessing?
keep your sick fantasies to yourself. There are children and impressionable young adults on this forum
I just had another prick down the doctors so I'm sorted for the day
Do pasty makers need vaccinations
If they did I wouldn't be having them, I've had a course of B12 injections as I'm not absorbing it properly, got to have one every 3 months for life now
Coconut oil to blame maybe? or vegetarianism?
Nooo my Dad has them too, it's nothing I've done
filth, utter filth
B12 deficiency and pernicious anaemia, I've had 4 jabs already in the last week or so and another two this week, starting to feel a bit more like myself again..
Has your doctor told you to up your protein intake? people over 50 are more prone to this and I believe taking extra protein helps, a decent whey supplement is good.
Like a VAT return.
No they didn't say anything, maybe because I'm not over 50
Try some Whey protein isolate, a purified form of whey protein, it contains a significant amount of vitamin B-12 -- 1 microgram per serving, which is 42 percent of your daily needs. A protein shake made from a serving of whey protein isolate and a cup of low-fat milk provides 2.2 micrograms of vitamin B-12. Blending 1/2 cup of yogurt into your drink increases the B-12 content to 2.4 micrograms, or your entire daily requirement.