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After a year of following the Save Our Bones Program, I increased my bone density and now have a normal reading!”*

Melanie Haas, Buffalo, New York

Today my bone scan says in big bold writing 'NORMAL' I cannot begin to thank you for all the help and advice that you have given me over the last few years!”*

Lorraine Lockert

My bone density has increased by 16.4% and I’m absolutely thrilled”*

Pamela Ward, UK

*Individual results may vary

Having read the excellent program entitled the Save Our Bones Program, by Vivian Goldschmidt MA, I am pleased to recommend it as essential reading for all persons involved with preventing and treating osteoporosis.”

Dr. Robert B. Salter, MD, World renowned Orthopedic Surgeon, professor, author, scientist.
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Introducing The Bone-Healthy Hot Dog

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July is National Hot Dog Month in the U.S., and, not surprisingly, Americans consume huge amounts of this backyard grill favorite. Believe it or not, Americans eat around 818 hot dogs per second between Memorial Day (May) and Labor Day (September). That totals around 7 billion (this is not a typo)! Unfortunately, commercially sold hot dogs contain a number of … Click to continue →

Weekend Challenge: Compression Fracture Preventer

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Compression fractures of the spine are extremely painful and can happen without warning. They can also dramatically worsen your posture and even cause a Dowager's Hump. While eating a pH-balanced diet with plenty of bone-building nutrients is crucial for preventing these painful fractures, keeping your vertebrae stretched and aligned is also very important. This week’s challenge shows you how to … Click to continue →

The Top 4 Most Common Bone Calcium Killers (#1 Is In Water Pipes But It’s Not Fluoride)

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Getting plenty of bioavailable calcium is crucial for reversing and preventing osteoporosis and osteopenia. But even if you’re taking supplements and eating calcium-rich foods, there are certain substances that can deplete your bones of calcium. Today we’re going to look at these four common calcium antagonists and how to avoid them. Cadmium is a naturally-occurring metal that is molecularly similar … Click to continue →

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