January 16, 2017
The Save Institute has always been a natural health advocate, questioning Big Pharma, the Medical Establishment and dubious medical technology. One of the many tools used to convince doctors to prescribe dangerous and ineffective osteoporosis drugs has recently come under scrutiny for lying to its users and promoters about its relationship with the World Health Organization (WHO). Amazingly, the disavowal … Click to continue →
December 28, 2016
The year is coming to a close. And while it’s another year of our lives behind us, it’s also another year of our lives that we get to take with us moving forward. It’s easy to forget that every version of us all the way back to our infancy lives on inside of us. Even though we change, even though … Click to continue →
November 27, 2016
Save Our Bones Bulletin: Salt Causes Premature Death, Harvard Nutritionists’ Shocking Malfeasance, More Of The Usual From Big Pharma, And Much More!
The holiday season is full of temptations: to eat poorly, to grow lethargic, to accept what is offered without questioning, so I’m glad I can offer this month’s Save Our Bones Bulletin to bolster your resolve. It’s stuffed tighter than a Thanksgiving turkey with nutritional news that is sure to surprise Savers and rattle those who haven’t yet started doubting … Click to continue →
November 6, 2016
There is a battle raging in the fields of medicine and biology. It’s been going on for more than a hundred years, and probably even longer. It’s not a disagreement over how things work or why, but over the best way to make physical changes to the biological systems that keep us healthy and happy. Today I’m going to strap … Click to continue →
October 30, 2016
Save Our Bones Bulletin: CDC Pushes Flu Shot Amid Declining Participation, FDA Bans Triclosan Soap, Merck Ditches Odanacatib, And More!
Today we’re celebrating Halloween, and in the spirit of the season, health officials at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) are trying to frighten us into getting the flu shot. This is happening as a reaction to their report that shows a marked decrease in compliance. Now for the good news: even the FDA can’t continue to ignore … Click to continue →
October 2, 2016
Did you know there’s an equation for human behavior? What’s more, you can apply this equation to your everyday life to instill bone-smart habits. Good habits help you achieve optimal bone health as you implement changes to your diet and lifestyle. I know it sounds simple… but that does not necessarily mean it’s easy for everyone. As you’ll learn in … Click to continue →
September 22, 2016
When a celebrity dares to speak out against the Establishment, more often than not, the Establishment strikes back. This is exactly what happened to famous Australian chef Pete Evans, who has ruffled the feathers of doctors and scientists for daring to suggest a drug-free, nutritional approach for osteoporosis. Chef Pete also endorses fluoride-free water and a Paleo-style diet, further inciting … Click to continue →
September 14, 2016
Are you firm in your belief that healthy lifestyle changes, particularly nutrition and exercise, form the basis for reversing bone loss? If so, you’re in good company. Not only is this the “backbone” of the Save Our Bones philosophy and therefore the viewpoint of hundreds of thousands of Savers, but quite surprisingly, it’s also the clear and unwavering recommendation of … Click to continue →
July 27, 2016
Save Our Bones Bulletin: Artificial Light And Bone Health, Majority Of Patients Refuse Osteoporosis Drugs, Merck’s Astonishing Legal Maneuver, And More!
Welcome to this month’s Save Our Bones Bulletin, where you’ll find fascinating new research on how artificial indoor lighting affects your bones, why more people than ever are refusing osteoporosis drugs, and Merck’s latest legal move regarding thousands of Fosamax-induced femoral fractures and the resulting lawsuits. Let’s get started with the latest osteoporosis news! The vast majority of human history … Click to continue →
May 27, 2016
You’re surely well aware of a common postural condition known as kyphosis, or Dowager’s Hump, typically associated with aging and osteoporosis. The good news is that kyphosis is not an inevitable part of aging. In fact, this weekend’s challenge directly counteracts the curvature and compression associated with kyphosis by decompressing the vertebrae of the upper back and expanding the rib … Click to continue →