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Losing Weight: What it took

I have done many things to lose weight. I did the LCHF, keto and paleo diets. I even tried to pick up running and I hate running. Nothing worked for me. Now that I’ve moved, things have changed. The scale moved. I was like “WHAT IS THIS?” After a weight plateau that lasted what seems…

American Healthcare is Stupid.

I am angry. I am angry that I was tossed aside in America to have contrainindications. Loosing limbs, kidney failure, blood transfusions. . . . all were to be my future. The more I learn from the Norwegian healthcare system the more upset I feel. I believe healthcare is a right. Why should the rich…

Eating is a Pain

In case you guys are wondering how eating for gastroparesis with also being type 1 diabetic is going. . . it’s like this:   (. . . . in other words WHAT THE HELL AM I DOING? ) carbohydratesfunnygastroparesismetalmetalocalypsetype 1type 1 diabetes

I Eat All The Time

Diabetes Type 1 has friends that often come along for the ride. One of the for me is my recent diagnosis of diabetic gastroparesis. This means my stomach is paralyzed. My vagus nerve has been damaged, causing my stomach to empty too slowly.  Once again, my eating habits have to change. The following is a…

Oh found it!

I have had tummy problems since my teens. I would eat steak or sausage. Later that night, I’d lay on the bathroom floor in pain until I would finally throw up. I went non-red meat vegetarian, and had as many no meat meals as possible to make the pain stop. It worked for awhile until…

28th Birthday Post

For my birthday, I want to write down a bit of what I have learned in my 28 years of life- especially because moving to Norway is another chapter starting and another chapter ending. I feel I have quite a bit of wisdom especially revolving around death and pain. Here are my top 15: Be…