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November 17, 2009 in Uncategorized
Registered: Sep 8, 2009
Nicole said on November 17, 2009
Thats sounds good, i was thinking about something like that, every time am on here no-one ever seems to be on lol got to sort out reasonable time for me as am like 5 hours infront i think or is it back lol
Anyways….Let me know am up for it
Registered: Nov 3, 2009
Chris said on November 17, 2009
Your so far ahead of us.. hahahah ok sound sgood we can work on details.. just need to see who else wants to do this..
Registered: Nov 5, 2009
CHRiSTiNA said on November 17, 2009
sounds fun to me! =)
Registered: Nov 1, 2008
Dana said on November 23, 2009
I would love to. We can learn a lot from each other!!!! Just let me know when.
Registered: Dec 30, 2010
James said on November 7, 2012
I My so is 19 almost 20. Classic PKU. He drinks Phenex 2, takes Phlexy tabs and tries to manage his diet with regular food. He does well on his diet but his levels are still 19 -20. The Dr’s are befuddled. He is an athlete, he has 7.5% body fat. and he works out with weights like a beast. He is very slender and cut. not mush muscle mass. Does anyone know if lifting weights can cause a breakdown of muscle that would raise protein levels?
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