‘Vivian Answers Day’ #6

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What are the natural sources like vegetables, etc. from which one can get calcium and vitamin D? Does yogurt and buttermilk have calcium besides milk?

Thank you for your help ...

Cook With This Delicious Bone Building Spice

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With the holidays around the corner, we all start thinking about the wonderful flavors and scents that accompany the season. One of my favorites is hot mulled cider, which fills … Continue Reading →

‘Vivian Answers Day’ #5

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My back feels as though I have muscle strain upper, middle and lower. Is this typical of osteoperosis or is it possible I am over working my back muscles with exercise, painting rooms in the house, lifting grand children, etc?

Drink This, Not That For Better Bone Health

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Does your family know better than to try talking to you before you've had your first cup of coffee? If that’s the case, you are not alone. Millions of coffee … Continue Reading →

‘Vivian Answers Day’ #4

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What is the best calcium to take and amount for a person 5′ tall and weighs 108 pounds?

-Susan

Dear Susan,

Calcium is required by volume and weight more than any other mineral in the body. As I write in the Osteoporosis Reversal Program, 800 to 1200 mg a day can meet the requirements of an adult person.

Onions: Are They Good For Your Bones?

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They say light colored eyes are very sensitive and mine are no exception. Every time I peel an onion, I shed tears to no end. But they may as well … Continue Reading →

‘Vivian Answers Day’ #3

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I am a 77 year old female. Have been on Fosamax for 5+ years and have shown no improvement in bone density (I’m now at -3.5).

Doctor has recommended Reclast but I’m reluctant to substitute one drug for another.

Saw your Osteoporosis Reversal Program and am interested in starting it. Are there cases in which even that won’t work?

Eat This Nut, Build Your Bones

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If you have the Osteoporosis Reversal Program, you may have noticed that I list walnuts (along with most other nuts) as an acidifying food. So why am I recommending walnuts? … Continue Reading →

‘Vivian Answers Day’ #2

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Do fractured bones heal slower due to osteoporosis? and is age a factor – 81 years old?

Dear Lorraine,

Excellent question! As I write in the Osteoporosis Reversal Program, bones are living tissue that can regenerate and rebuild itself. Here's an interesting paradox

The Fox and Cat Principle: Follow It For Better Bones

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For my 10th birthday, my parents gave me a hardcover edition of Aesop's Fables, and I fell in love with the entertaining tales. All the while my young, impressionable mind … Continue Reading →

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