How To Amaze Your Doctor - Save Our Bones

Ahhhh poor doctors…

It must be frustrating to look at every health issue and only be able to match it with a pill in a bottle.

Doctors train for a very long time, I’ll give them that. The problem is that they aren’t qualified for dealing with health. They are qualified for dealing with disease.

And yet, after ten years of training, they’re set loose on the world to make people healthy. But all they know about is the opposite of health. And that’s how they approach everything.

So imagine their amazement with Save Our Bones community member Sue W.

Here’s What Happened

“After being diagnosed with osteoporosis, being on Fosamax for 2 years, and suffering side effects such as heart palpitations, pain in my joints and muscles, I decided to cease the Fosamax. My doctor was not happy with me and used the scare tactic of saying I could have a broken hip. I followed your program and guess what? I went from osteoporosis to osteopenia in less than a year! Both doctors, endocrinologist and gynecologist were amazed. Thank you, Vivian, for your helpful information and research that you provide your readers. I only hope I will continue to improve in my bone health.”

Sue W., Tobyhanna, Pennsylvania

The problem with listening to a doctor’s recommendation regarding bone health isn’t that they don’t have the answer (they don’t by the way), the problem is that they’ve stopped looking for the answer in favor of handing out dangerous pills.

The answer is to…

Let Your Body Heal Itself Like It Was Designed to Do

It’s really not that complicated.

It’s also not that profitable.

The investment for the most popular version of the Osteoporosis Reversal Program is less than ONE pack of Fosamax.

But unlike Fosamax, it won’t make your bones worse.

Get on the road to healthy bones the safe way, get your copy of the Save Our Bones program today.

Sincerely,

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  1. Joyce

    Do you support taking strontium ?
    Also is it better to take MK7 versus K2?
    I have been doing a lot of research after seeing the effects Fosamax had on my mother!
    I have had two doctors tell me not to bother coming back – one insisted I take Fosamax the other Reclast. I am now going to a doctor who has no clue there is anything wrong with Fosamax!

  2. Robert D.

    In May 2017, I learned that I have osteoporosis. I had a hemorrhagic stroke 10 years ago. I was prescribed the generic for Keppra for 9 years, to prevent seizures. Though not in the warnings of Keppra, my research shows that anti seizure drugs (including Keppra) causes osteoporosis!

    Before finding Vivian’s site, I saw an article on Dr. Mercola’s site which told about increased cancer risk, & other problems with osteoporosis drugs. I therefore refused the drug that was offered.

    I came across Vivian’s site, and enrolled in the Save Our Bones program. I’m looking forward to having a story like Sue’s!

  3. Leila

    I agree doctors are trained to deal with disease, but I think the reason they are amazed isn’t so much because they thought such an outcome wasn’t possible as because they don’t think people will/would follow a program such as yours. They seem to have the attitude that people in general are too lazy or disinterested to stick to a health plan.

    I wish people like doctors, dentists, opticians etc. – people who deal with people’s health en masse, would be educated in how to educate – just as a teacher learns how to educate a child (well, the ideal teacher that is 🙂

    • Vivian Goldschmidt, MA

      I agree, Leila. It would be nice if patient education was part of every doctor’s protocol!

  4. Beth Sommer

    I was first diagnosed with Osteo 16 years ago after I was thrown off my new Arabian. I refused fosomax after buying it and reading its side affects. I lost weight (over 50 lbs), started yoga and walking. 16 years later another bone test, and new dr. Prescribed Prolia, refused to take it. I feel good, do yoga 3x per wk, walk 20+ miles a wk, and worked with 18-20yr. Old kids at the state park, and kept up with them!! I cant believe that looking at only density dooms you to horrid drugs. I refused to be a test rat for the drug companies, and hold Doctors responsible for dealing and pushing unsafe drugs on our citizens…worse than the street pushers. Thanks for providing what every REAL physician should do; a healthy alternative to invasive and unsafe medical protocols.

  5. Lois

    Can I get these resources in Canada?

  6. Stephanie

    If this is such a life-changing program, why aren’t more holistic practitioners aware of it?

  7. gwyneth rushton

    Just wanted to say thankyou for all your research Vivian and for being there for people! Best wishes.

  8. Sheila

    I am 80 yrs old. Have Osteoporosis and have taken Fosamax for a short period of time, and cannot remember what else I have taken.I do take 2 cherry pills daily. I have the osteoarthritis in my back,neck, hands and feet . I just stopped taking Calcium 1200 Mg. 2 per day for a very long time . I cannot afford to get into your program as I LI’ve on low income, but would like to hear what your charge is. Thank you.

    PS: I do take 3 extra strength Tylenol per day. But have been prescribed Tylenol 3 w/codene to take at bedtime . I do not take the Tylenol 3 unless I have only taken 1 Tylenol that day.

  9. Babs

    After being on anticonvulsant medication for 40 years my GP only just said they can cause bone damage, after had 5 fractures on leg and wrist.

    • Chris

      I have also been on anticonvulsants for 40 years and just recently fractured my spine. I am now looking for ways to reverse the damage and minimize the negative effects the anticonvulsant has on my bones.

  10. Melanie

    Vivian, my daughter was diagnosed with osteopenia in July 2013 at the age of 19 and was diagnosed in December 2014 at the age of 20 with osteoporosis of the spine, which everyone says is rare for someone her age. She’s already had a hip fracture and had to have 3 stainless steel screws put in. She sees an integrative doctor who says she’s already taking everything she should be, as far as supplements are concerned. She’s currently in college out-of-state. Would this program help someone her age who is pretty much limited to on-campus food? The doc told her she could have a collapsed vertebra by the time she’s 30 if she’s not careful, and she’s always had a great desire to have lots of children, at least 6, so I’m really, really searching for answers. Can you please help or tell me of someone who can?

    Many thanks,
    Melanie

    • Pat

      Has she had her parathyroid hormone levels checked? High levels can cause osteoporosis.

  11. Kim Bregman

    After being on the Save Our Bones program, how will I know if it is helping along the way? Is there any way of testing after three months or so?
    Thanks, Kim

  12. Jeanette

    I cannot walk any distance, much as I would like to, so must so other things. Yoga for the Aging Body helps, as does a program on KSPS called ‘Sit and be Fit.’ And to think that my dog and I walked about 5 miles a day, just because we both enjoyed it. I’m a polio survivor with scoleosis and degenerative disk disease. My bones have hurt a lot less since I threw away (disposed at the pharmacy) the Fosomax.
    Keep up the good work.

    • louanne

      I too am a polio survivor with scoliosis, severe osteoporosis,slipped discs,spinal stenosis, and severe arthritis.Yet I was always active, and enjoyed sports and yoga until a few years ago when the back, hip, and eventually knee pain became too intense to allow me to walk more than 400 feet at a time. Spinal steroid injections have given me temporary relief, however for a few nights after the injections I have severe ankle cramps. My doctor says she has never heard of that before, and it couldn’t be related. Have any of you experienced the same reaction??? I am currently on a drug holiday, but my physician wants me to go on one of the two newer drugs because my T-scores have gone down considerably since I stopped taking Boniva. Any comments out there?

  13. Elise

    If I ordered the down loadable version can I reload it to my phone and buy the additional items

  14. Marge Petitmermet

    I read a statement that no matter what the age of the patient, the bone density tests are rated against a person in their early twenties. No wonder my bone density is so high/low? st the age of 97. I am still walking without a cane or bent over. I think that is due to all the walking I have done in my life and now the exercises along with it.
    We live at The Peaks at Santa Rita 661 W. Calle Torres Blancas #6208, Green Valleyl, Az/ 85614. Mrs. Ernest Petitmermet (Marge)

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