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Michelle Obama, Hypnatremia, Adult Diapers,
and Other Hydration-Related Issues

American Thinker, by Jeannie DeAngelis

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Posted By:magnante, 9/15/2013 9:24:56 AM

For America´s aging population, even the mention of water makes a large number of Baby Boomers sprint toward the nearest restroom. Now to compound the problem, we have first lady Michelle Obama hawking increased water consumption.(snip) It used to be when a person felt hungry, they ate, and when their God-given internal water gauge indicated they were running low, they drank. That´s the old way. Now we have Michelle Obama spending her time "nudging" us away from the soda aisle toward the water fountain.


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Reply 1 - Posted by: mitzi, 9/15/2013 9:36:49 AM     (No. 9521540)

Perhaps her next "Let´s Move" campaign will be for Depends - launched from Cockysville, MD.

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Reply 2 - Posted by: Avogadra, 9/15/2013 9:39:37 AM     (No. 9521544)

It´s "hyponatremia" with an O. The authr gets it wrng in the headline and in the bdy f the article. Which makes it hard t pay attentin t what she is saying.

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Reply 3 - Posted by: Not your typical New Yorker, 9/15/2013 9:58:34 AM     (No. 9521572)

Moochelle wears adult diapers?

That explains a lot....

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Reply 4 - Posted by: Holeymoses, 9/15/2013 10:32:45 AM     (No. 9521654)

If one drnks a great deal of water, one can suffer from hyponatremia- low sodium in the blood stream. If one drinks very little water, one suffers from hypernatremia.

I´ll give Moochelle a pass on this because drinking more water is important, especially in the elderly. It prevents clots,strokes and bladder infections. They need to be reminded. The younger generation still have built in reminders that they better drink up.

The problem with Moochelle is that no one thinks she really gives a darn one way or the other. These food and drnk issues are just manufactured to keep her out there.

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Reply 5 - Posted by: Aunt Agnes, 9/15/2013 10:36:26 AM     (No. 9521660)

She comes across as someone who is profoundly, mentally "challenged" - her circus handlers are just trying to give her something to do & make her feel important. I know someone just like this who is a busybody & who desperately wants to seem wise. She also dispenses such nonsensical advice about the patently obvious.

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Reply 6 - Posted by: WAN2, 9/15/2013 10:41:50 AM     (No. 9521666)

The AIM is to have us all running wild in the streets with all of life being unsettled.

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Reply 7 - Posted by: cheese, 9/15/2013 10:49:37 AM     (No. 9521680)

And who´s going to make all the money? Yep, you guessed it.....Big Water.


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Reply 8 - Posted by: ginadee, 9/15/2013 12:56:36 PM     (No. 9521847)

Me thinks ol´ mitch is all wet.

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Reply 9 - Posted by: Cedar, 9/15/2013 12:59:01 PM     (No. 9521851)

The only campaign by Mooch that I will ever support is a "SHUT UP AND MIND YOUR OWN BUSINESS" campaign.

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Reply 10 - Posted by: sherlock, 9/15/2013 1:28:35 PM     (No. 9521885)

Water is very important to seniors health, most of us tend not to drink it and get dehydrated. I drink a 8oz glass upon arising, and several during the day, at night before laying down I drink another 6-8 oz`s. I read an article a few years back (sorry I forget the name of the article)that it keeps you from having a heart attack or stroke, also, I boil water from the tap because I do not trust bottled water.
I would rather get up a couple of times a night than risk having a heart attack or stroke.

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Reply 11 - Posted by: jalo1951, 9/15/2013 1:49:18 PM     (No. 9521904)

Now that Ann Landers and Dear Abby are dead maybe the moose could just have her own advice column. We could all send her very serious but bogus letters asking for her expert advice. Maybe it would keep her busy and out of our real lives. What a stupid busybody she is. Does she really think we listen to her? She has noting to fear. With the way her husband is ruining the economy we will only be able to afford to eat kibble and drink water by the time he is done destroying us. Isn´t that what they want?

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Reply 12 - Posted by: jimK1, 9/15/2013 1:56:57 PM     (No. 9521912)

To listen to the Wookie one would need a lot of Scotch (or whatever is you booze of choice) to go with that water, to listen to her husband (or whatever he is to her) one needs more Scotch.

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Reply 13 - Posted by: Rafter, 9/15/2013 6:56:42 PM     (No. 9522173)

Proper hydration is important... and this does seem like busywork for a FLOTUS to seize on as her next "issue" or "platform" (as if she were competing to be Miss USA... or in this case, Mrs. America).

I had to show my dad how to "pre-hydrate" before going to his "Bounce Back" treadmill
session (unfortunately they tried to make him drink water while walking on a treadmill and then would tell him "tell us if you feel anything in your chest area" which was not a
good plan).

I got that straightened out, based on years of my hydrating after realizing I was often
dehydrated. Plus I worked for years for a nutrition M.D. and was up on these issues.

"Bounce Back" also had a dumb nutritionist who gave a guest lecture and
announced that "seafood isn´t good for you" and then "I have to go now."

What a moron that guy was... and just got a Ph.D. allegedly at U. Florida, Gainesville.
His complaint was that "seafood contains cholesterol" ... the seniors were all left
in confusion, saying, "But wait, we´ve been told to eat more seafood..."

This numbskull trainer turned to my dad and said, "Isn´t he good?" And I said, "No, he´s
wrong, and he´s a moron who confused all these seniors with his nutty advice."
She was dumbfounded, but I straightened my dad out on that one.

My dad also had a stupid doctor who told him that "HDL is the bad cholesterol" and I had
to straighten that one out ("Get a new doctor") and he had a doctor who botched
a treadmill stress test, too.
("Get a new doctor.")

I eventually had to fire a cardiology group, too, in the hospital.
We got someone much better.

Many physicians are negligent, incompetent, dishonest, and dangerous.
Moochelle the Cookie Wookiee...
"Don´t Let Them Eat Cake!!"...
should fit right in with that crowd... s/o

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Reply 14 - Posted by: ColonialAmerican1623, 9/15/2013 10:54:18 PM     (No. 9522419)

I would guess she is as good a nutritionist as she was an attorney.

We got the message. Now go away.

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