As I briskly walked into the sparsely decorated room to wait for the scan results, I remember feeling a bit apprehensive. Even though my mother was diagnosed with osteoporosis, I’ve always been an optimist by nature and kept reassuring myself that everything would be okay.
After what seemed like an eternity, I was escorted by a somber-looking nurse into the doctor’s office. He walked in the room, holding a paper in his hands. With a thunderous voice, he told me that I had osteoporosis, a serious disease.
He then ceremoniously handed me my DXA scan results, and while my gaze froze on the numbers and letters I could not decipher, he also gave me a prescription for Fosamax. “Start taking this right away; it’s the only way you can manage your osteoporosis”, he said. And as I walked out of his office, he added: “Don’t forget to drink lots of milk!”.
At this point, I was holding back tears.
I suddenly felt fragile and worried. All the years of good health I had enjoyed until that moment seemed to abruptly end, to be replaced by a grim future. And the awful burden of having to take an osteoporosis drug for years made matters even worse.
I dashed out of the medical building and sat in my car in complete disbelief of what the doctor had just told me. Tears started to roll down my cheeks. As the hot Florida sun shone brightly outside, the dark shadow of osteoporosis was turning my life upside down. I kept thinking about my three young sons, who still needed me so badly, and whom I loved so much. Could I be there for them with this debilitating disease?
The headache that changed everything.
My head was pounding… and suddenly, an epiphany changed everything. From all the stress, I had a terrible headache and my mouth was dry like a desert. I wished I could drink a little cold water, not to take a pain drug, but to freshen up a bit. On the rare occasions that I’ve developed a headache, I’ve NEVER taken pain pills, because I knew that they only cover up the cause of the headache, without addressing the real root of the problem.
As these thoughts entered my mind, I had an epiphany. What if with my science background I were to search for the real cause of osteoporosis? I already knew that, like headache pills, osteoporosis drugs don’t tackle the root cause of my newly-found disease. So why would I EVER take them?
I sat up straight, tore up the small prescription paper, and drove out of the parking lot with a clear and strong resolution…
“I will solve the osteoporosis puzzle,” I kept repeating to myself.
You see, this diagnosis turned out to be a blessing in disguise. It led me to embark on what would be a long and fascinating journey – to learn the truth about our bone health.
So without ever looking back, I started researching osteoporosis and osteopenia, in search of their true cause and a natural solution. I soon realized that the way Mainstream Medicine looks at these conditions is all wrong.
And my search bore fruit. I discovered many scientific studies that prove bone loss is not inevitable and that it can easily be reversed with the right nutrition, lifestyle, and exercises.
But here’s the most important thing I learned from all my research: bone loss doesn’t just happen, and no miracle drug will stop it without harmful side-effects. Armed with this new knowledge, I followed through with my plan, becoming my own guinea pig. I was thrilled when I got back my second DXA scan results.
My bone density improved by 20% without ever taking ANY drugs!
It felt so good to know that I took control of my bone health. Not only did I feel better than ever, I was able to completely reverse osteoporosis. With my success, I was able to confirm that we can take control of our bone health and that by following an easy yet scientifically-backed plan anyone, regardless of age or duration of previous osteoporosis drug therapy, can successfully reverse bone loss.
And now I’m not alone. Hundreds of thousands of people, just like you, have already started the Save Our Bones Program and are experiencing amazing results. So if you’re currently struggling with osteoporosis, taking drugs with no end in sight – or worse – if you’re suffering from their nasty side-effects, try the Save Our Bones Program. And like I did, don’t look back. Because as the saying goes,
“We cannot change our memories, but we can change their meaning and the power they have over us.”
To your natural bone health!