October 31, 2013
When you decide to take charge of your bone health, you could feel as though you’re stepping out onto the “road less traveled.” And even with the best of intentions and dedication, it’s possible you could be making some mistakes. That’s why I am writing this today – it’s healthy to stop and assess your progress, goals, and methods. To … Click to continue →
October 28, 2013
Latest Osteoporosis News: The International Osteoporosis Foundation Agrees With Save Our Bones, Drug Companies Get Desperate, Another Jaw Lawsuit Won Against Big Pharma, And More!
This week’s news involves some interesting insights into Big Pharma. In spite of recognizing that a pH imbalance caused by the wrong dietary choices leads to bone loss, the International Osteoporosis Foundation is still pushing toxic prescription drugs as the only way to manage osteoporosis. Also, once again Big Pharma is selectively choosing data that falsely depicts their osteoporosis drugs … Click to continue →
October 24, 2013
Autumn is in full swing in the Northern Hemisphere, and as the weather gets colder, two things happen: ﬂu season arrives and itʼs tempting to become more sedentary, seeking the cozy warmth of the indoors. But I have good news for you about both of these autumn “downers.” Because today youʼll discover that all you need is 15 minutes to … Click to continue →
October 21, 2013
If you were diagnosed with osteoporosis, chances are you got a litany of reasons why you should take drugs to treat this “disease.” Most likely, your doctor also mentioned all sorts of horrible things that could happen to you if you don’t take the drugs. What’s interesting is that most doctors won’t tell you anything about their harmful side effects. … Click to continue →
October 17, 2013
You are probably aware of a group of vegetables known as “nightshades,” which continue to be the subject of controversy. So you could be asking if they are healthy or harmful to your bones. And that’s not surprising, since even the name of the plants – nightshades – sounds a bit dubious. After all, Deadly Nightshade is an often fatally … Click to continue →
October 14, 2013
One of the most amazing things about fruits and vegetables is that they perform so many tasks in the body, including building bone. That’s why the Save Our Bones Program lists so many of them as Foundation Foods. Not too long ago, you read about multitasking cruciferous vegetables. Today we’re going to look closely at a powerful bone-building member of … Click to continue →
October 10, 2013
A few days ago, on October 3rd, pharmaceutical giant Pfizer announced the FDA’s approval of its brand new osteoporosis drug Duavee. It’s designed to decrease hot flashes in menopausal women, and treat osteoporosis in post-menopausal women who have not had a hysterectomy. It will be available for prescription in the US in 2014. Is Duavee any different from the already … Click to continue →
October 7, 2013
Latest Osteoporosis News: Approval Of New GMO Soy, Israel To Stop Water Fluoridation, Milk’s Slow Death, And More!
Today we have bad news and good news for the osteoporosis community. There’s bad news about genetically-modified soy, but good news about municipal water fluoridation in Israel. And milk makes news again – this time because it appears to be slowly dying out. On to the news! Let’s start with the soy… Bayer has come out with a new type … Click to continue →
October 3, 2013
The incidence of hypothyroidism, or underactive thyroid, has reached epidemic proportions. Synthroid (levothyroxine), typically prescribed to accelerate the gland’s activity, is one of the most commonly prescribed drugs in the United States, especially for people over the age of 50. Besides the frustrating symptoms and overall effect on your health, a slow thyroid is also damaging to your bones. Let’s … Click to continue →
September 30, 2013
Latest Osteoporosis News: Breakthrough Technology A Big Boost For Bone Drugs, New Injectable Bone Cement, NASA Study On Beds And Bones, And More!
As you know by now, I always strive to keep the Save Our Bones community up to date on the latest osteoporosis news. Today I have all kinds of interesting news to share with you, including a tiny new device that’s causing the Medical Establishment to question DEXA scans as the “gold standard,” and a new futuristic method to fix … Click to continue →