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Eat This Uniquely Bone-Healthy Green Food

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The Mediterranean region is known for its beautiful beaches and colorful healthy foods that so many of us love. The alkalizing cruciferous vegetable you’ll read about today is native of that region and packs many bone healthy nutrients plus lots of flavor. So what is it? The often forgotten yet healthful and tasty addition to salads, sandwiches, and other dishes … Click to continue →

ALERT: Strontium Blood Clot Risk Confirmed By New Study

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It made big news abroad, especially in Europe. But chances are that if you live in the United States, you didn’t hear about this at all. And it might make you wonder about the well-known saying, that “bad news travels fast”. The latest osteoporosis drug fiasco is about the drug Protelos, the trademarked name for strontium ranelate, which is not … Click to continue →

The Save Our Bones Daily Double Challenge: Day #4

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What: Celebrate spring with a glass of your favorite red wine. Why: Even though all alcoholic drinks are acidifying, red wine contains the bone healthy polyphenol resveratrol, a potent water-soluble antioxidant. Besides the health benefits of resveratrol - including the much talked about “French Paradox” theory - studies on laboratory rats have found that this potent antioxidant also inhibits bone … Click to continue →

Vivian Answers Day #19: Protein, Agave, Strontium, Density Exercises, Hashimoto’s Thyroiditis, Barley Grass, Anti-Depressants, Weight Loss, And More!

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What do you think of the Ensure products for added protein? There are the high protein shakes with only 5 grams of sugar. Are these acceptable or are they too acidic? Click to continue →

New Study: Is Vitamin E Linked To Osteoporosis?

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There are two sides to every coin, the saying goes. Surprisingly, this also rings true when it comes to scientific studies. I’ll explain. More often than not, when a study about a natural supplement with an unexpected outcome is published, there's a frenzy of news articles and broadcast media touting the dangers of the product in question. But here’s the … Click to continue →

A Real Eye Opener: 270,000 Falls Were Caused By This

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It improves from birth until we reach our 20’s. After that, our vision stays fairly stable, typically up to the age of 45, when in most cases it begins to steadily decline. Besides the well-known inconvenience of wearing glasses for reading, driving, watching TV, and other daily activities, a large number of studies show that impaired vision is a major … Click to continue →

Osteoporosis News: Microchips, New Drug Warnings, And Thank You

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A study published this month in the Science and Translational Medicine journal titled “First-in-Human Testing of a Wirelessly Controlled Drug Delivery Microchip” proudly announces success at delivering the osteoporosis drug Forteo (teriparatide) to post-menopausal women.1 The drug delivery can be either pre-programmed or triggered by remote control using a dedicated radio frequency. By replacing injectable drugs, this is viewed as … Click to continue →

The 15 Minute Secret To Preventing Fractures

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I’ve written quite a few times about mainstream medicine not seeing the forest for the trees. As it relates to osteoporosis, there might be a little light at the end of the tunnel, thanks to a study published in the British Medical Journal. Lead Finnish researcher Dr. Jarvinen and team point to the reality that as it relates to fracture … Click to continue →

The Tiny Food With Big Bone-Building Benefits

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Here in the U.S., “eat your peas” is an expression that’s often used by politicians or educators when they want us to do some unappetizing but necessary task. And every time I hear “eat your peas” used in this manner, I’m astonished that such a delicious legume is used to symbolize everything unpleasant but “good for you.” With their clean … Click to continue →

Shock Study: Link Between Deer Antlers And Osteoporosis Discovered

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Today, I will let you in on an unusual chain of events that led researchers to discover that after all, there is another mineral besides calcium that plays a crucial role in osteoporosis. And that nutrition matters. I call it an out-of-laboratory experience... Here’s what happened. The winter of 2005 turned out to be unusually cold in Spain. And on … Click to continue →

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