Kathy on July 12th, 2021

It’s been 5 years since I last posted on this website and 15 years since my initial diagnosis… and I’m here to tell you that an osteoporosis diagnosis is NOT a death sentence! Do I Still Have Light Bones? Do I still have light bones? Yup. But do my light bones affect my lifestyle? Only […]

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Kathy on February 1st, 2016

Over the past few months, my husband and I been using a new app on our Android phones:  MyNetDiary.  This app keeps track of calories, yes, but it does so much more!  Important to me is the fact that MyNetDiary keeps track of my daily calcium intake, as well as my intake of carbohydrates, protein, and […]

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This excerpt is taken from my journal.  Could it be an entry in yours? “I’m getting over a cold. I slept probably about 10 hours last night. Now I am drinking green tea with key lime juice and a greens shake, trying to boost my pH and my body’s ability to function correctly. “I must […]

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I’m inching closer to starting Dr. Hyman’s 10-Day Detox Diet.  I’m trying out more of the recipes to see what will work for me.  Still haven’t set a start date, though.  Once I start, I really want to give it my all!  

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I highly respect the work of Dr. Mark Hyman!  His newest book, The Blood Sugar Solution: 10-Day Detox Diet, outlines the ways in which sugar highjacks our body’s survival chemistry, causing spikes in insulin that in turn causing addictive food cravings, as well as all sorts of system-wide damage to the body.  (Remember, too, that […]

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Kathy on November 8th, 2012

Recently, a doctor in California challenged me to have another Dexascan.  I had pretty much sworn off Dexascan technology after learning about the questionable reliability of DXA readings and after learning that small-boned women of Irish ancestry often read as “low density” on these scans simply because of our genetic makeup. (My last Dexascan was […]

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Kathy on February 21st, 2012

Lent starts tomorrow!  In the Catholic Church, Lent is a time of penance and preparation for the celebration of the resurrection of Jesus Christ from the dead.  Most Catholic Christians “give up” something during Lent, such as desserts or TV or even Facebook, as a means of self-discipline and penance for sin, offering the sacrifice […]

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