New Year New Beginning
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by Cecilia Shoults
1y ago
Well Happy New Year! It has been a hot minute since I wrote a blog, my apologies for that. I think I was going through a time where I was loosing interest. Due to some personal things going on, I know that should not be an excuse. I promise I won’t let it happen again. I hope you all had a wonderful holiday season! Now that we are in a New Year and let’s keep our Bone Health Journey going. I myself have decided to take better charge of my bone health, even though I have been. I feel there is so much more I can be doing. I know how important excersise is for all of us ladies with Osteoporosis ..read more
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Introducing my NEW merch line!
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by Cecilia Shoults
1y ago
For a little over 2 years now, I have been putting some thought into how I could get something introduced to you which would help connect us all with telling Osteoporosis and Osteopenia that WE WILL take charge of OUR BONES!! Since this concept came about, I’ve worked on putting together a merch line to announce to the world, that you are NOT alone to face this! My hope is that we can all come together and challenge this bone density classification and perhaps in the future help women and men TAKE CHARGE OF YOUR BONES™ !!! Merch line website: https://www.bhjmerch.com ..read more
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Proteins For Your Bones
Bone Health Journey Blog
by Cecilia Shoults
1y ago
Proteins are your body’s “building block.” Protein and calcium are two majors components of bone tissue. These two components complement one another. So how can we consume more proteins? We need to try and implement them in our diet, eggs, chicken, turkey are just a few things. I eat a boiled egg everyday for breakfast, and I do eat chicken and turkey. Salmon also is also a god food to eat. I had read a few years ago that a high protein diets wasn’t good for your bones, that is so far from the truth! Did you know that protein makes up one-third of your bone mass and half of your bone volume, t ..read more
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October Is Here!
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by Cecilia Shoults
1y ago
Oh my October is already here and it’s been a month since I published a blog. Sorry about that, I have been busy and not feeling well a lot of days. I feel like my mind is very tired work has been a big stress factor. One thing I have learned over the years of researching Osteoporosis it, stress is not good for your bones. I keep reminding myself of that, so will Fall finally here and the trees are changing color I’m going to focus more on nature. I know that if I don’t change something to help me feel better in the coming days, it is not good for me or my bone health. Sometimes it isn’t alway ..read more
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Minerals We Need
Bone Health Journey Blog
by Cecilia Shoults
1y ago
Hello everyone, hope you are all doing well. Today I want to let you know that your bones are composed of 13 minerals. Calcium is just one of the minerals your bones needs. You also need zinc, magnesium, vanadium, strontium, silica, boron and more. Each mineral plays a unique role in your bone’s health. I know in my previous blogs I have mention how important certain vitamins are for you bones. Well today I’m going to let you know of something that you can take that will help your bones, and eliminate all those separate vitamins. It is called AlgaeCal Plus, I discovered this after my last Dexa ..read more
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Life Can Be Quiet The Journey
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by Cecilia Shoults
2y ago
Life can be quiet the journey, I turned 60 the other day and let me just say it still hasn’t sunk in. I sat back and thought to myself where did the time go? I started remembering so many good memories and all the blessings I have had in my life. The most treasured blessings are my 2 children they have helped me so much during my life. When I was having a bad day they would bring me so much joy, I would forget why I was having a bad day. I was also blessed to have a awesome Mom, who always told me to if I fall to get back up and just keep going, things will get better. My Mom was a very strong ..read more
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Having a Bad Day? It Happens.
Bone Health Journey Blog
by Cecilia Shoults
2y ago
Ever have one of those days where you just don’t want to get out of bed and face the world? I have many times, especially when my back hurts from the fractures I have, and when it’s raining outside it makes it worse. I just drag myself out of bed anyway and try to go about my day. It’s not always easy living with osteoporosis, but we all need to learn how to. We can’t let it bring us down. We need to keep moving and work hard at getting our bones healthier. There are days I feel like I can’t find anything to wear that will somewhat hide my curved spine, even though it isn’t as bad as I think i ..read more
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Having a Bad Day? It Happens.
Bone Health Journey Blog
by Cecilia Shoults
2y ago
Ever have one of those days where you just don’t want to get out of bed and face the world? I have many times, especially when my back hurts from the fractures I have, and when it’s raining outside it makes it worse. I just drag myself out of bed anyway and try to go about my day. It’s not always easy living with osteoporosis, but we all need to learn how to. We can’t let it bring us down. We need to keep moving and work hard at getting our bones healthier. There are days I feel like I can’t find anything to wear that will somewhat hide my curved spine, even though it isn’t as bad as I think i ..read more
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Learn What Osteoporosis Is
Bone Health Journey Blog
by Cecilia Shoults
2y ago
What is Osteoporosis and What Causes It? Bone is living, growing tissue that changes throughout the lifespan. Osteoporosis is a bone disease that occurs when the body loses too much bone, makes too little bone, or both. As a result, bones become weak and may break from a fall or, in serious cases, from sneezing or minor bumps. Osteoporosis means “porous bone.” Viewed under a microscope, healthy bone looks like a honeycomb. When osteoporosis occurs, the holes and spaces in the honeycomb are much larger than in healthy bone. Osteoporotic bones have lost density or mass and contain abnormal tiss ..read more
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Take Charge of Your Diagnosis
Bone Health Journey Blog
by Cecilia Shoults
2y ago
When you have been told that you have osteoporosis you probably ask yourself, what do I do now? Once you have determined that your bone loss is likely to be excessive, or if you have experienced a low-trauma osteoporotic fracture, then the next step is to seek the causes of this unusual bone weakening. I have discussed the many lifestyles and nutritional factors that contribute to the development of osteoporosis. You likely know about many of these—poor nutrition, physical inactivity, excessive alcohol, smoking, low-grade chronic metabolic acidosis, and the use of certain medications. Make it ..read more
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