Special, Osteoporosis, Strengthen Bones Naturally, 32 Page Paper-Back Book (Discontinued Item)
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Better Nutrition Magazine Presents Osteoporosis Strengthen Bones Naturally
- Magnesium—The Missing Link?
- Avoid Dangerous Drugs
Introduction: A Common Concern..........................4
Chapter One: Osteoporosis Overview....................9
Chapter Two: The Calcium Magnesium Combo......15
Chapter Three: Other Bone-Building Nutrients........23
Chapter Four: Diet and Lifestyle Dos and Don'ts.....26
Osteoporosis the Truth About Calcium
Yes, calcium is critical to bone health. But has our fervor to boost bones with calcium caused us to miss the bigger picture? Respected health writer Karolyn A. Gazella explains that calcium is just one piece of the puzzle— often a small piece. "For decades, we've been overlooking other important nutrients such as magnesium, vitamin D, and vitamin K," explains Gazella. Research shows us that key nutrients can help many women avoid dangerous drugs. Women who have been diagnosed with osteoporosis, have low bone density (osteopenia), or are at high risk of developing this condition, can strengthen bones through this comprehensive plan that includes diet, dietary supplements, and exercise.
Published By: Active Interest Media, Inc.
iHerb Customer Reviews
Basically she is trying to sell a product rather than give women guidelines on what supplements to take to build better bones. There are some good tips here, such as proper ph is critical to bones, but she forgot to mention important supplements such as strontium, or a magnesium that does not have a laxative effect - mag malate.
This booklet has some good information. It also addresses the serious dangers of drugs like Fosamax. The FDA has known about these dangers for some time but is very slow in addressing the problem.