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So if you drink stereotypically masculine drinks and eat like a beast all your problems are solved? Almost. Red wine, whiskey, scotch, tequila, vodka, rum and gin pretty much only have calories from alcohol in them, meaning they’re pretty solid choices. I got lucky here, because my three favourites are on the golden list: red wine, whiskey and tequila. This presents a problem for most guys though, since beer has carbohydrates in it. You could order light beer, which has fewer carbs, but who wants to be drinking light beer? Not me.
Myeloproliferative neoplasms, or MPNs — also called myeloproliferative disorders, or MPDs — are a collection of blood disorders that are believed to be caused by mutations in bone marrow stem cells. These stem cells normally give rise to mature cells found in the blood, such as red blood cells, which carry oxygen, white blood cells, which fight infection, and platelets, which facilitate blood clotting. In MPN, mutations cause the affected stem cells to produce an abnormal number of these cells. More than 200,000 people in the . are estimated to be living with an MPN.