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 →
September 26, 2013
These Multitasking Foods Build Your Bones, Cleanse Your Body, And Give You More Energy. Are You Eating Them?
In today’s world, we’re all multitasking. It seems like the only way to get anything done, and it’s become an integral part of society. Nonetheless, it can get aggravating and leave you feeling frazzled. Besides, multitasking is not always the most productive approach. Foods, however, are natural multitaskers that get things done without any stress or aggravation on your part. … Click to continue →
September 23, 2013
I am thrilled to unveil to you today the newly redesigned Save Our Bones website. We've incorporated a lot of the feedback we received from our community into the new site. Rest assured that behind this new exterior, our core values remain the same. Save Our Bones is all about sharing easy and scientifically proven ways to achieve optimal bone … Click to continue →
September 19, 2013
As summer draws to a close, it’s a great time to engage in bone-healthy activities that fit the season such as taking walks to enjoy the colorful foliage. But shorter days and less sunlight can sometimes make us feel sad and generally “down.” Thankfully, these feelings are transient and don’t typically progress into depression. As new research sheds light on … Click to continue →
September 17, 2013
Autumn is just around the corner in the Northern Hemisphere. Evening comes a bit earlier each day, the air is beginning to cool, and there’s the barest hint of color on the leaves. In contrast to the seasonal change, one thing has definitely stayed the same: the scare tactics used by the Medical Establishment around this time every year. Because … Click to continue →
September 12, 2013
As busy adults, it’s only too easy to skimp on our quantity and quality of sleep, just so we can get everything done. But when we do, our bones, our bodies, and even our looks pay a high price. You see, just sleeping enough hours is... well... not enough. Because the way we sleep can have a rejuvenating effect or … Click to continue →
September 8, 2013
We get a lot of e-mails from the Save Our Bones community asking if there are any particular doctors we recommend. Many of you are searching for a doctor who will listen to your concerns, won’t push osteoporosis drugs, and who will be supportive of a nutritional, drug-free approach to managing osteoporosis. Unfortunately, such doctors are hard to find. One … Click to continue →
September 4, 2013
Latest Osteoporosis News: Setback For Merck And Fosamax, Dr. Oz Questions Milk, Brand New Technology To Deliver Osteoporosis Drugs, And More!
Reading up on the latest osteoporosis news last week, I found some fascinating information that I’m really happy to share with you today. Merck, the pharmaceutical company that makes Fosamax, is facing some challenging legal developments. The number of lawsuits involving Fosamax is snowballing, requiring a judge’s intervention. Once again, well-known mainstream doctors are openly questioning milk’s reputation as a … Click to continue →
September 3, 2013
The mainstream medical approach to osteoporosis is flawed. It focuses only on improving bone density numbers while turning a blind eye to other crucial bone health components. As long as a bone scan shows even slightly better numbers after a course of osteoporosis drugs, the treatment is said to be “successful.” Fortunately, “Savers” already know that bone health is about … Click to continue →