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Discussion: Acai Juice results

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March 1, 2009
jim16
Men's 65
173 posts
Acai Juice results
I posted over a month ago and am interested to hear what ocurred to those of you who have been taking our Acai Juice. I went to the doctor monday to test my blood and it came back with NO problems. My blood pressure was 120 over 80 and my good cholesterol was up and my bad cholosterol was down farther. My PSA ws down to negligible at .004. I was a little woried about the results because this time last year I was borderline diabetic and I had eaten a whole pint of Blue Bell icecream at about midnight the night before my blood was drawn at 7:30 AM . I had only a small weight loss but Im not worried about that, it helps me hit the ball little farther.
If you've been taking "The Juice" come forward and tell everyone what has happened. No exaggerating and tell if it was good results or nothing happened.
Its been a miracle for me. Anyone who has seen a change in me, please post a reply to what has changed about me or about anyone you know who is taking it.
Take the time to go Mike Macenko's website and see what he has to say about Acai Juice and be sure to look at his before and after picture.

If you have any questions, you can call me Jim Cary 903 236 3459 or email me at jimcary16@hotmail.com
Life is terrific and softball is cranking up.
March 2, 2009
ShirlJo
Men's 60
19 posts
jim16,
I have not been taking the juice but have been taking two capsules a day for two months and have noticed a difference in my stamina. After my workouts, I am not as tired and also after playing Wally-ball once a week I am not as exhausted and recovery time is better,RE: muscles sore for only the next day, not a couple of days. Also helps with digestion as I have become more regular, has to help doesn'
t it??
I go to my doctor in a couple of weeks for blood work, will see how that has improved & report back. Oh, my blood pressure was borderline and has been staying in a more comfortable range.
Acai is not a cure all but it does seem to help different things. Is it a placebo?? Maybe in some ways, but "mind over matter" does not hurt either...
March 2, 2009
EASY
11 posts
My wife and I have been taking Mona Vie (Acai Juice) for about 2 years. We are trying to stay proactive with our health. We like it because it has dramatically reduced the amount of colds my wife has had over the last 2 years (1). She use to get 4 real bad colds every year. We believe in the antioxidant theory. Hope this helps. Easy '65AAA'.
March 2, 2009
armiho211
Men's 70
410 posts
jim16- i am ready to try some of this miracle stuff . i watched you jack 3 out in houston couple of weeks ago, line drive shots. you did have an extra spring in your step heading to first base. email me the particulars, price,brand ,etc. thanks ! email: flarmijo@sbcglobal.net.
March 2, 2009
#6
Men's 60
1183 posts
jim16, good to see you this past weekend and better to have beaten you in the s.a. tournament.as you know i have been taking acai for almost 3 months. some of my friends wanted me to get them some, i told them to wait and let me see if it worked.i was going to have carpal tunnel surgey on my right hand, it hurt all the time.after i was on this amazing juice i told my wife one day that the carpal tunnel had gone, i couldn't believe it !!since then i have signed up 3 friends, and more are on the way.softball players, if your looking for a life changing product, this is it.Anyone in the Austin area that wants to get their health and their life jump started,this stuff works, it worked for me.
jim, are you going to play in georgetown march 13-15 ?
March 2, 2009
DoubleL10
Men's 65
836 posts
Jim, I hear you are getting ready for a footrace now against Joe Flores...any truth to that rumor?? LOL!
March 2, 2009
jim16
Men's 65
173 posts
Monavie is a great product and has had a lot of exposure. They claim that their ORAC value is 1,300 per ounce but has never had it certified. The product I am taking is certified at over 3,000 per ounce. A foot race with anyone is not on the horizon. If I've gained a step or two, Joe Flores would still be running faster backward than I could forward, I may be the slowest senior player on the planet.
If there is a senior tournament anywhere in the Texas area I want to be there. I feel so good I want to play every weekend so I'll probably show up. Life is good and I'm truly blessed at the age of 66 to be on the field and feeling good. I've had 3 roomies that have passed so every weekend could be the last one, make them count.
March 3, 2009
ShirlJo
Men's 60
19 posts
jim16,
Could you send info on your product to my e-mail----shirljohnson@sbcglobal.net???

Thanks!!
March 3, 2009
Ken
Men's 55
462 posts
Jim16

Please send me the info too. klange11@verizon.net

Thanks.
March 3, 2009
armiho211
Men's 70
410 posts
jim16- keep jacking HRS, being slow will be a non factor ! see ya ! frank a
March 4, 2009
the wood
1087 posts
Jim Cary, you looked like Jim Thorpe when racing to the chow line... :-)
BW
March 4, 2009
softball4b
Men's 60
765 posts
I am not a Doctor nor did I stay at a Holiday Inn Express. I have been taking this since just before Christmas. Could be a placebo, but I can tell you this much; I am running for myself more often.......hip replacement surgery 14 months ago....my recovery time from a tourney is next day....not losing any weight, but the pants fit better..I am playing 50 and 55 tourneys and league 2 nights a week. It seems to be working for me...I have not drawn a single penny in commission from the program so this is not a commercial endorsement, but a personal one.
March 4, 2009
4x4
Men's 65
597 posts
Wood - was that the slow-mo replay or the actual speed you were watching - or - could you tell?

Or - were you alluding to Jim Thorpe's current condition?

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March 4, 2009
jim16
Men's 65
173 posts
I've been to every buffet within 150 miles and I'm very nimble with a tray in hand. As soon as I put softball pants on I slow down. Speaking of buffet's, let me tell you, I've been with the two bulls and no one could eat with them. One being John (Bully) Kramer and the other Greg (The bull) Fuhrman. I swear, one time when Bully was a youngster, we went to a Denny's and I was paying. Bully ordered three complete meals when the waittress came to the table and finished it off with dessert. It was hiarious and this was just a between game snack.
March 5, 2009
southpaw
Men's 60
734 posts
Hey Jim16, I would also greatly appreciate the info you have available, at your earliest convenience. Thanks
March 5, 2009
southpaw
Men's 60
734 posts
My e-mail is in player info, again, Thanks
March 5, 2009
jim16
Men's 65
173 posts
Southpaw Steve, I can't find your email address. jimcary16@hotmail.com
March 5, 2009
softball4b
Men's 60
765 posts
Again, I am only relating personal experience and do not profess to know anything other than that. My wife has a history of high cholesteral, genetic, our base line 2007 after 6 months of low sodium lot fat diet. She went off the diet 14 months ago and proceeded to eat like we all like to eat. She was just tested and her numbers were raised slightly over the 2007 numbers. She is going back on the low fat/low sodium diet in conjuction with the Acai Juice. Her doctor was surprised that her number were not at the pre-2007 levels.

I told her just because she had to go on that diet did not mean I had to....she asked me where I was going to start eating because I was going to eat whatever she does.
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