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Happy Channukah!

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Happy Channukah to everybody in the Save Our Bones Community who's celebrating the "Festival of Lights" this week. May your lives be lit with joy, health and happiness always, Click to continue →

Fosamax: When Good Things Happen To Bad Osteoporosis Drugs

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In the Save Our Bones Program I dedicate an entire chapter to the discussion of all the osteoporosis drugs, including Fosamax and its generic formula alendronate sodium. This is a popular bisphosphonate drug widely prescribed by doctors and advertised on TV and other media outlets. Marketing ads for this drug offers no information whatsoever on what bisphosphonates are really made … Click to continue →

What The Oceans Can Teach You About Your Bones

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My path to discover the truth about osteoporosis has been fascinating and arduous at the same time. As you probably know by now, the hundreds of hours I have dedicated to research osteoporosis culminated with the Save Our Bones Program. But I’m not resting on my laurels; indeed, my research never stops… I am always looking for new knowledge and … Click to continue →

Thanksgiving Event Feeds More Than 310

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I am thrilled to let you know that thanks to your participation in our Save Our Bones Thanksgiving event, our donation to the Broward Outreach Center fed more than 310 holiday meals to the homeless! I visited the facility on Thanksgiving day to hand out the donation check and met with Francine, the center's upbeat and energetic Director and with … Click to continue →

Choosing A Natural Osteoporosis Therapy? You Are Not Alone

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If you feel alienated and ‘on your own’ because you are considering or are already following an alternative treatment for osteoporosis or osteopenia, I have great news for you: you are definitely not alone. You see, I know firsthand that it’s not easy to turn away from your doctor’s mainstream treatment recommendations. And sometimes, it can feel as though you … Click to continue →

How To Get Even More Bone-Building Benefits from Tomatoes

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Did you ever stop to think what makes tomatoes turn red? It’s the powerful bone-building antioxidant lycopene, also present in watermelons, pink grapefruits, apricots, papayas, and other fruits. What makes tomatoes even more special is that they’re in season year-round so it’s an easy and delicious way to benefit from lycopene’s powerful antioxidant properties. Antioxidants protect cells from the damaging … Click to continue →

Do You Have A Hard Time Making Decisions About Your Bone Health?

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Decisions, decisions, decisions! Wouldn’t it be wonderful if you didn’t have to make them? The answer is no. You should welcome being in control of your decisions because nobody is more qualified to make bone health decisions for yourself than you. But because you may not be sure of yourself, you might become stressed and anxious. So today, I want … Click to continue →

Prevent Fractures With Simple Balance Exercises

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Mike Ross, an exercise physiologist, recently contacted me and sent me a copy of his book on balance exercises, "The Balance Manual." His book reveals how to train your balance and prevent fractures with simple exercises that you can do at home with no equipment in just ten minutes a day. No matter what condition your bones are in, it's … Click to continue →

Exposed: The Osteoporosis Trick AND Treat

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It can be great fun to get spooked. A few years ago, my sons and I set up a makeshift haunted house in our backyard complete with strobe lights, fake fog, and Halloween background music. My middle son acted as the tour guide, and would walk groups of visitors through the backyard. Little did they know that my other sons … Click to continue →

Osteoporosis Exercise: The Heel Lift And Jump

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In this video I show you a little-known osteoporosis exercise for the hip that I unearthed during my research and that I do often to keep my bones strong. The "Heel Lift and Jump", as I call it, has been studied by Dr. Bassey and published in the Journal of Bone and Mineral Research to increase bone density of the hipbone and has great overall bone building benefits. Click to continue →

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