Eye surgery went well on Thursday. Some observations:
1. All the nurses were fat. There were about 7 or 8 of them, some of them male.
2. The diabetics went into surgery first as they were fasting for a while. Upon their return, they were given fruit juice and cookies to break their fast.
3. Once my surgery was done, they were giving me the same snack. I asked for water instead. Nurse asks, "Are you diabetic?" I say "no, but I don't want to be."
That was it. No pain or complications here. Eye needs to stabilize and both eyes are not working together. Left eye to be done on May 1st. Maybe then they will be coordinated.
Off topic, did our primitive ancestors have access to and seek out resistant starch? Is resistant starch tasty? Besides helping the gut supposedly, what other benefits does it have if you are eating a low-carb, ketogenic type diet? What if your gut is already really healthy?