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The Save Our Bones Daily Double Challenge: Day #5

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What: Avoid all foods that contain added sugar for one full day. Why: It is no secret that sugar causes a myriad of health problems, including weight gain and tooth decay - to name the most commonly known. But few are aware of sugar’s deleterious effect on cartilage. Caused by the Maillard reaction, this process takes place when simple sugars … Click to continue →

Study: This Works Better Than Osteoporosis Drugs

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More often than not, valuable discoveries are simply used to create new patentable drugs. Meanwhile, natural products that can solve the problem without any side effects are blatantly ignored. Here’s a perfect example. Scientists have confirmed that a group of immune system proteins, known as RANK L, activate immune cells and convert them into osteoclasts - cells that remove bone. … Click to continue →

ALERT: New Study Confirms Dairy Harms Bones

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Few Save Our Bones articles have caused more controversy. Not to mention over one thousand comments full of rich debate. So which article am I speaking of? It’s 'Debunking the Milk Myth: Why Milk is Bad for Your and Your Bones'. Much of the debate in the comments section of the article centers around those who agree with me and … Click to continue →

Meet Binosto: Fosamax’s Bubbly Twin

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The new osteoporosis drug Binosto: It’s bubbly, strawberry flavored, and quickly dissolves in a half a glass of water. Drink it once a week, and you’ll get the same exact formula as good ole’ Fosamax - the best-selling osteoporosis drug - except that it’s more “delicious”. Binosto has just been approved in the U.S. and Canada to treat osteoporosis in … Click to continue →

Vivian Answers Day #20: Gluten Free And Bones, Alkalizing Soup Broth Recipe, Vitamin D, Lemon And Calcium, Forteo, And More!

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I love all the information you send me on your website, and now I really want to get the Save Our Bones Program. I have one concern, though. My eyesight is very bad, and I have a lot of trouble reading. And it keeps getting worse every year. What do you suggest? ... Click to continue →

Yoga For A Pain Free Life?

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It has reached epidemic proportions. More than 1.5 billion people worldwide live with chronic pain, and with few exceptions, Mainstream Medicine offers no solutions other than dangerous and often addictive prescription drugs.1 In the United States alone, around 116 million people suffer from chronic pain.2 That’s one third of the … Click to continue →

Reclast Infusion: New Treatment, Old Story

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As so often happens with new osteoporosis drugs – and Reclast infusion is a fairly new treatment – the truth becomes shrouded as pharmaceutical companies make grabs for money, power, recognition, and more money. The humble osteoporosis patient gets lost in the proverbial shuffle. She hears the doctor’s diagnosis of osteoporosis as if it were a deadly disease, and she … Click to continue →

ALERT: Bisphosphonates Almost Double The Risk Of Vision Loss

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Pick up any container of laundry detergent, and you're likely to find this warning printed on it: “If swallowed, rinse mouth, drink a large glassful of water or milk, and contact a physician.” Yet millions of unsuspecting osteoporosis patients are prescribed bisphosphonates by their physicians - drugs that contain the same ingredients as laundry products. Does that make any sense? … Click to continue →

Prolia Pros And Cons

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At only 2 years out from FDA approval, Prolia (generic name, denosumab) is still considered a new treatment – so the pros and cons are still being weighed and considered by patients, doctors, and researchers. It’s only fair to point out some of the attributes of Prolia; in this way, you can be prepared for the glowing reports about Prolia … Click to continue →

Negative Side Effects Of Reclast

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In some ways, it seems a bit redundant to talk about the “negative side effects” of Reclast – after all, even the short-term, positive side effects (such as high scores on bone density tests) are ultimately negative. By forcing density, all osteoporosis drugs eventually cause bone to become too hard and prone to breakage; by preventing the normal wearing down … Click to continue →

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