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Alleluia, the question is peculiar.

Thursday, October 14, 2010


So the solution is to be moderate.
I got the result of my bone scan that my woman's health provider requested I have.
I have a " normal" reading with no deterioration. So I am feeling better about eating my calcium in the form of milk and other sources like sardines. Maybe all the walking is paying off in healthy bones as well as less fat. Alleluia .

Does any one else remember Does your chewing gum loose it's flavor on the bedpost over night?
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  • v GETDONE
    WOW!!! YOU LOOK emoticon PRETTY,HEALTHY---ALL THOSE WORDS !!!! emoticon
    2082 days ago
  • v MISS_VIV
    I REMEMBER -
    here's where you find it.
    http://www.youtube.com/watch
    ?v=5Waw9s44A04&feature=related<
    BR>
    I am so glad to hear about your bones. I am sure the weight loss and walking is really making a difference. Congratulations.

    See you soon.
    emoticon
    2083 days ago
  • v REEDSKI
    I usually forget to take calcium and vitamin D supplements. I am thinking of putting it as a personal goal on SP to help me remember.

    I exercise and try to get dairy through yogurt, cottage cheese, and sometimes milk. I used to drink a lot more milk that is why I figured I better take supplements. I eat broccoli and other vegetables with calcium. I don't like sardines.

    Are there other foods rich in calcium?

    I'm glad your bone scan came out well. That is not always the case. I bet exercise helps a lot.
    2083 days ago
  • v JULIEFRANCES112
    Glad your bone scan was good. emoticon
    2083 days ago
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