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About Pamela’s 16.4% Bone Density Increase


Spreading a message that runs contrary to the mainstream medical world is not the easiest thing in the world to do.

But all of the criticism is 100% worth it when you receive a letter like the one I received from Pamela Ward.

Her letter was so moving, that I reached out to her by phone.

Here’s what she sent me:

“Last week I was given the good news that my bone density has increased by 16.4% and I’m absolutely thrilled with that. In August 2008 I was diagnosed with osteoporosis and was put on Fosamax which I took for 6 weeks. I felt so ill and uncomfortable taking it that I went back to my GP and she then prescribed Strontium for me. That didn’t make me feel any better or agree with me. And one afternoon I was searching the internet looking to see if I could find anything that would tell me what would happen if I gave up the medication in regard to my bones and came across your website. I decided to buy the program, found it very easy. If anybody’s out there wondering whether they should ditch their medication or wondering whether they should start on this program, all I want to say is go for it, because it really works! I’m absolutely delighted and I’m so grateful to Vivian for all her research and for making this available.”

Pamela Ward, United Kingdom

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Information can change your life.

Information can give you hope.

Information can help you understand that you are not helpless. You actually have a lot of power. If everyone in this world realized that, our society would change in a blink.

Pamela avoided a long experience with dangerous drugs simply because she found a better and safer path to her goal.

She found the information that showed her how much power she has to become healthy.

If I have one goal, it is that each of you will discover your own power to heal as well.

That’s the reason I created the Save Our Bones Program.

It changed my life and I look forward to the day it changes millions more.

If you want to discover the power you have over your own health, then order the program today.

All I ask is that, like Pamela, you keep me updated on your progress to healthy bones.


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  1. karin cocker January 14, 2014, 10:44 am

    Im declared by WHO to have bad osteoporosis. Doc said take aledronic acid ! My whole mid section was on fire. Now she says take Protos nightly. But I have just found this site !!! Much prefer to try buy the book somehow. Karin in zambia africa

    • Vivian Goldschmidt, MA January 14, 2014, 5:09 pm

      Karin, I am glad to hear you’ve found some of the answers and alternatives you’re looking for here…glad you’re part of the Save Our Bones community!

  2. em September 14, 2013, 5:06 pm

    What I have read on UK nutrition sites recommends around 800 mgs of elemental calcium per day for older women, whereas the amount recommended in the US is 1200 mgs.

    If anyone is familiar with this difference and the reason for it, I would love to hear the answer.

    I’ve asked my doctor and she has no answer.

    Thank you.

  3. Dora June 10, 2013, 12:14 pm

    Hi, Vivian,

    Thanks for all your information in Save Our Bones. I think some of my friends are going to get your program as well.
    Unfortunately, I cannot eat yogurt, buttermilk or sour cream (any of those dairy products are too sour or smelly for me). I drink almond milk, but is that enough?



    • Vivian Goldschmidt, MA September 30, 2013, 7:13 pm

      Don’t be concerned, Dora – you don’t have to eat dairy products to obtain lots of calcium from your diet! Vegetables like broccoli and kale are rich in calcium, and a good, plant-based calcium supplement can make up for any deficiencies. :)

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  5. j. smith May 23, 2013, 9:00 am

    I take a yoga class 2x a week & walk 2 miles 4 days a week.
    I take the algae calcium with other bone healthy vit. included but seem to have a hard time eating correctly.
    Is the excercise program I am following enough? Please advise. Was wondering if I should carry small weights when walking?
    Joyce Smith

    • Vivian Goldschmidt, MA May 23, 2013, 2:40 pm

      Joyce, exercise is a very important component of bone health! But so is nutrition. :) I hope you’ll discover some of the really yummy, bone-healthy foods that are part of the Save Our Bones Program!

      I do not recommend ankle weights while walking; they can actually cause too much stress on the joints. However, wearing wrist or ankle weights while moving around the house can be beneficial. :)

  6. Deepika April 27, 2013, 5:04 am

    thanks for your information.

    Mam can you please please tell me the diff. of Ostogenesis Imperfecta and Oseoporosis.

    my 4 years old baby girl has fragile bones and has been fractoured 13 times till now.
    She has been diagnosed as oi type 1. she is given Osteofos 10 mg 1 1/2 tablet daily…..
    pl tell me what way i should continue…..i don’t know..i am in worry….


  7. Anna April 3, 2013, 4:36 pm

    Hi my name is Anna.
    I’m currently taking Fosamax. I’ve read how bad it is for your body. I’ve talked to my doctor about it but he replied, well if you don’t take it you will become cripple.
    I would like to stop taking it, but I’m afraid, I don’t want to become cripple.
    Please advise.
    Thank you.

    • Jose September 28, 2013, 4:25 am

      I have not tried Vivian’s program.

      I am not a doctor.

      I don’t know what alternative to Fosamax to recommend.

      I can say that I don’t personally trust high tech pills too much and would surrender to them only after I have exhausted nutrition and exercise (rest, walking, yoga, whatever) and some of the safer alternatives. I place the onus on me to study my body attentively, change my behavior as I think is necessary, and research on the wonderful world of the Internet, first. It’s a judgement call, and it depends how much you prefer to trust someone else who really has very little to lose if you get worse slowly.

      Consider giving alternatives a try, then return to Fosamax if necessary, then try something else, etc.

      At a minimum, research what you can on Fosamax and on any alternatives to it. Then apply that information to your situation.

      Talk to your doctor about your alternative game plan if you feel more comfortable that way, but if the doctor doesn’t agree, challenge the doctor — for the sake of your life and very troubled mind — to give you the resources/papers s/he is using to make the Fosamax recommendation. If you doctor won’t give you anything useful or convincing to you personally, s/he loses some credibility to judge your alternative plan. [And you can always return to Fosamax later.]

      BTW, I came across Dr. Fuhrman recently (g-bombs), and really find his message convincing. You can google for youtube videos or other material. Basically, he has seen in his patients a world of difference between those who follow the traditional approach to medicine and those who resolve to get good proven nutrition. High tech food processing has apparently cheated us on most of the important nutrients found in nature. HInt, it’s a lot more than the 50 or so essential vitamins and minerals. The proof of the failure of the American diet is in hundreds of studies, in impressive testimonials, and in numbers that make the industry look bad (eg, such as the horrendous rates of worsening cancer, and horrible diabetes, high blood pressure, etc, in the western world, especially in comparison to many more primitive societies and societies that have not yet adopted the American diet, many of which are almost immune to some of these diseases).

      You also may already know from this website or others that many groups of people have stronger bones by relying on seeds, nuts, and other natural foods instead of dairy and supplements. [Also, I would not recommend taking too much calcium. I personally have reacted badly to calcium supplements since I already get plenty from food. My bones would hurt and be sensitive to pressure only when I take the supplements (which I have on very few occasions).]

      Diet aside, may I strongly recommend you consider taking 5000 IU of vitamin d3 supplement. [The alternative is to get UVB in proper doses, something difficult to do for most people.] Google for this 5000 number if you fear it is too large. And you may want to look as well at the researchers interviewed in many short videos by grassrootshealth.

      I have had lots of success with vitamin d3 in relieving body discomfort and pain (including chest pressure and skipped heartbeats) and in speeding up a heel injury I have been nursing for many months before recently starting up on supplements . [I have to walk a lot every day and haven't been able to afford taking a long vacation to allow the heel (probably partially fractured) to heal. Just as almost predicted, my injury occurred in March.. the time when vitamin d is lowest in our bodies.]

      Good luck.

  8. Sarah February 20, 2013, 11:04 am

    I have recently been prescribed Boniva for osteopenia. My numbers are not bad, but the doctor wanted me to take this medication because of the pattern she has seen over the past six years on my bone density scans. The Boniva made me very sick and I told her I was not willing to take it. She then prescribed IV Boniva (injection once every three months)which I have not started yet. My accupuncturist has advised me not to take it, my pharmacist said she would think it through before starting this, but my gynecologist insists that this would be in my best interest.
    I don’t know what to do or who to believe.

  9. Evelyn Redding February 17, 2013, 5:14 am

    I, too, have been diagnosed with osteoporosis and have felt frightened. I bought the Saveourbones Programme last year and have yet to have another test. I am not finding it easy but am doing it to the best of my ability. Living in the UK has proved a little challenging finding the right supplements. I wonder how other Brits have managed. It would be nice to talk to others in the SOB community but I guess this is the next best thing.

  10. p February 16, 2013, 9:57 pm

    Hi I too took medication for weeks only to find it made me ill in ways unemaginable, breathing became a strugal,climing stairs made me think twice about climing them in my home. Id become an old lady over night. Yes i stopped taking

  11. charles white February 16, 2013, 8:09 pm

    I enjored your news letters I realy apreciate it I have learnt alot

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