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Posted: 9/20/2017 8:02:48 AM
 
I’m in the "Number One Hospital in NYC for 17 Years Running" and here’s what I got for breakfast on my Cardiac Diet:  French toast, home fries, "gluten free" Rice Chex, Smucker’s Breakfast Syrup, orange juice, 1% milk, coffee, Smart Balance spread, ketchup, "gluten free sodium free seasoning" (first ingredient: corn meal), pepper,  2 sugar packets, and a hard boiled egg.  Egg, pepper and coffee it is!

Sigh.

I’ll be more insistent if I’m in here long enough to order another meal - this one came with no input on my part - but it still shocks me that in a state of the art facility this is the nutritional state of the art! 

In the CA hospital I used before I moved, the food improved radically in my 7 years of experience there - the first time, I had to flush the food down the toilet to ’prove’ I’d eaten (they were counting my calories from the empty tray and wouldn’t let me go home otherwise! - I was eating real food snuck in by family).

The last time, I could order excellent fresh salmon, salad, veggies - never overcooked! off a menu like room service in a posh hotel. 

So it’s possible.

(The ER here was far worse - no water or food for 13 hours - so an unintentional intermittent fast - then was served grey veggies and a chicken breast in sauce with 2 spoons for utensils and no napkins - I couldn’t figure out how to eat the goopy chicken without a knife and fork - don’t know if they were out of utensils or a plastic knife and fork are considered potential weapons?)

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Posted: 9/20/2017 8:17:30 AM
 
Hi Dale - this is all very interesting (and scary) info, but what about you??? What’s going on? Did I miss somewhere that you went in the hospital recently?

Concerned,
Pete





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Posted: 9/20/2017 9:28:07 AM
 
Haha.  That was not supposed to be a double question mark after ’I love my life’ - it was supposed to be a heart. 

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Posted: 9/21/2017 3:18:20 PM
 
I’ve seen them serve sugared soda-pop to diabetics with out of control BG...





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