Here is a very insightful article about the latest research in Osteoporosis, which reassures me that I have chosen the healthiest way to strengthen my bones.
In 2001, when I was 51, I broke my little toe, and was diagnosed, by Dexa tests, with Osteoporosis.
Two years later I was dumped by a huge wave in the surf and broke my collar bone.
Then in 2007, I cracked my right knee cap, at the same time that my daughter fell pregnant!
I felt deep in my bones that medical drugs were not for me, despite warnings by doctors of being a crippled old lady, and flashbacks of my mother dying at 69 after complications of a hip fracture.
Now, I am 69 myself, I am slight built and my BMD is still showing osteoporosis.
However, I am fit and healthy. I
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