January 29, 2014
There’s an amazing and scientifically proven cycle that you can easily kick-start to build your bones and to noticeably improve your mood. I call this cycle the 'Good Bones, Good Mood Loop'. Today we’ll take an in-depth look at how this cycle works, and how you can use it to build your bones, feel happier and look better. You’re certainly … Click to continue →
January 27, 2014
Regardless of your bone density, your number one bone health goal should be to avoid fractures. This applies not only to large bones, but also to the dreaded and painful compression fractures of the spine. The vast majority of vertebral compression fractures occur in the middle and lower back. In some cases, they can occur when doing menial tasks, such … Click to continue →
January 23, 2014
Latest Osteoporosis News: Big Pharma Admits Failure, Shocking New Osteoporosis Drug Conflict Of Interest, Osteoporosis Drug To Be Pulled From Market, And More!
The race for new osteoporosis treatments is on, as Big Pharma is desperately trying to find new patentable drugs. And, as further confirmation of the disastrous failure of current treatments, a popular osteoporosis drug touted as the “safest” of all is on its way out, as I predicted from the get-go. So let’s get started! The Foundation for the National … Click to continue →
January 19, 2014
What: Walk indoors for at least 15 minutes. Why: It’s wintertime in the Northern Hemisphere, and that makes it difficult to practice outdoor weight-bearing exercises like walking and jogging. Cold weather, rain, and snow can keep you indoors during the winter months. But your bones need weight-bearing exercise all year round, and walking is one of the best forms of … Click to continue →
January 16, 2014
Wintertime can be very hard on your skin and hair. When indoor heating systems warm the dry winter air, you’re surrounded by “thirsty” air that draws moisture out of your skin, hair, and nails. That kind of environment can dehydrate and shrivel your skin like a prune, exaggerating the effects of aging and making life pretty uncomfortable. Lotions and creams … Click to continue →
January 5, 2014
In some areas of the world, it’s traditional to eat cabbage on New Year’s Eve, often accompanied by ham and beans. Perhaps the tradition started because cabbage is in season in the winter, and its green color is supposed to represent money and prosperity for the upcoming year. Regardless of how it started, I recommend you eat this alkalizing vegetable … Click to continue →
January 1, 2014
Latest Osteoporosis News: A Completely Different Kind Of Osteoporosis Drug In The Works, Researcher Confirms That Milk Does Not Prevent Fractures, Ridiculous Study Blames Patients For Atypical Femur Fractures Caused By Bisphosphonates, And More!
As clear proof that the current osteoporosis drugs are failing miserably, researchers are trying to develop a completely different type of osteoporosis drug. In other news, a prestigious researcher from Harvard Medical School continues to debunk the milk myth. And in an amazingly ridiculous study, scientists from Texas Biomedical Research Institute conclude that osteoporosis “patients”, not osteoporosis drugs, are to … Click to continue →
December 29, 2013
The New Year brings us the opportunity to look forward to the future and to celebrate the past. So when I look back at 2013, I know that everything we've accomplished so far is thanks to you, a member of the Save Our Bones community. For that, I thank you from the bottom of my heart. And as we look … Click to continue →
December 22, 2013
I’ve written many posts about scientific studies, supplements, and other information relating to bone health, but relatively few posts deal with the psychological aspects of building bone. This doesn’t mean that “bone psychology” is invalid or irrelevant; it’s just that there have been few studies actually conducted on this topic. But today I have breakthrough information on this that is … Click to continue →
December 21, 2013
Latest Osteoporosis News: Flawed Study On Vitamin D, Hip Fracture Risk Increases With This, Osteopenia ‘Patients’ Used As Guinea Pigs In Needless Fluoride Supplement Study, And More!
There have been some interesting developments regarding osteoporosis and osteopenia recently. From scientists once again trying to discredit the value of Vitamin D as it pertains to bone health (what a surprise!) to an unconscionable osteopenia study involving fluoride ‘supplements’ , there’s no shortage of news this time. So let’s get started... In New Zealand, a group of researchers assessed … Click to continue →