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    Eating and Drinking

    Hi all

    My speech therapist has just visited, she gave me useful advice, that thicker drinks are easier to get down. I suggested Guiness, she replied give it a try.
    When I get help I am off to the pub.

    Clive

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    Go for it Clive, sounds like a great ideas. enjoy. Love Diane

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    to be truthful, Clive. I have just gone back on cans of John Smith bitter and I feel really well these days. Good on you!

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    Hi Clive,
    Just like the fellow members, if you can ,why not, I tend to use straws but to be honest it don't taste any different, and she is right, what always puzzles me is I can't drink water, but have no problems with any fizzy drink ??, real ale no issues and brandy hits the spot, what I miss is on a hot day not being able to down a pint quickly, but whatever makes you happy is fine enjoy your drinks as long as you can.

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    My speech therapist and dietition said it's ok to drink Guiness which really stuck the knife in. I used to be an alcoholic and haven't had a drink in 16 years.

    David

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    Clive go for it if i could get down there id tke you myself take care and enjoy

    Gerald

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    Possibly milkshakes and/or smoothies are for you then David?

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    Hi David;

    I do sometimes have an odd Guinness. You can use some thickeners in most things. I find tomato juice a nice consistency and I think that things could be added to make a cocktail.

    Terry

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    Terry you are an inspiration. Bloody Mary for me tonight after I get back from the Nottingham MNDA group meeting. Make the best of your day all and best wishes from me.

    Barry

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    I think that that will be the drink of choice for you Barry, as it is so easy to drink and has vitamins Too!

    Enjoy

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    Last edited by Terry; 10th July 2014 at 11:53.

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