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Vitamin D and osteoporosis: How this 'miracle' vitamin can restore optimum bone health in men and women

6/4/2014 - More than 50 million Americans suffer from osteoporosis, literally "porous bones," a condition that occurs when your body doesn't replace bone cells that are lost naturally over time. (1) Lose too much bone, and your bone density drops, making you much more prone to fractures, especially as you age....

Science proves that low vitamin D leads to bone fractures

4/17/2014 - A new study out of Scandinavia has affirmed the importance of maintaining high vitamin D levels for healthy bones. Researchers from Sweden, after observing more than 1,000 elderly women over a 10-year evaluation period, learned that those who maintained consistent blood levels of serum 25-hydroxyvitamin...

Banish osteoporosis and tooth loss with these superstar teas

7/24/2013 - If you have weak teeth and bones, or simply would like to fortify yourself against future problems, select herbal teas are a great daily choice. Packed with bone enhancing compounds, these age-old elixirs are a tasty way to strengthen skeletal structure and shore up the teeth. An Ayurvedic herb has...

Improve osteoporosis, arthritis, and other orthopedic disorders with exercise

5/21/2013 - Older people and those with conditions affecting their bones often believe that exercise is unsafe. However, exercise is known to reduce symptoms and even reverse some musculoskeletal issues. Older adults and people with frail bones caused by osteoporosis or aging-related loss of bone density can follow...

Not just obesity: Junk food causes osteoporosis

1/22/2013 - Everyone knows that foods high in fat or sugar are unhealthy in large quantities. Especially given the high rates of obesity in America, we are hearing more and more about the importance of healthy eating habits. It's time to factor in another reason, however: a poor diet can lead to osteoporosis. Ron...

Vitamin K may be the key to osteoporosis prevention

12/17/2012 - Vitamin K - a nutrient associated with green, leafy vegetables - may play a critical role in bone health and the prevention of osteoporosis, according to a study conducted by researchers from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, the Hospital for Special Surgery in New York, Yale University, Villanova University,...

Smart ways to prevent and reverse osteoporosis and tooth decay

8/23/2012 - Two of the best methods to help prevent and reverse osteoporosis and tooth decay are sea salt swishing and oil pulling along with taking an herb called Horsetail (Equisetum arvense). Horsetail contains seven percent silica per 35 mg of herb. The swishing and oil pulling helps to remove germs and bacteria...

How to prevent osteoporosis - naturally

6/7/2012 - The numbers are staggering! Globally, osteoporosis causes more than 8.9 million fractures per year - resulting in a fracture every 3 seconds. Approximately 75 million people in Europe, USA and Japan are diagnosed with this preventable health crisis. The truth is osteoporosis is avoidable without drugs...

Bisphosphonate drug treatment for osteoporosis causes MORE bone fractures, not less

6/1/2012 - Natural medicine is, of course, much better for your overall health, but when you have to take something Big Pharma manufactures, you should at least be able to expect that it will do what it's supposed to do. Not so with bisphosphonates, drugs that are supposed to improve bone strength in patients...

Not all calcium supplements are equal - Prevent osteoporosis with calcium hydroxyapatite

3/2/2012 - At least half of Americans over the age of 50 are at risk of developing osteoporosis, according to the Surgeon General of the United States. Ten million people already have the disease, and another 34 million are at risk, notes the same report. Calcium and other minerals and vitamins are important to...

Walnuts help protect against prostate cancer, osteoporosis, and CHD, but the FDA does not want you to know

2/13/2012 - Unlike pharmaceutical drugs, natural, whole foods are packed with synergistic nutrients that work together in unity to provide a plethora of health benefits without causing negative side effects -- and walnuts are no exception! A new study published in the British Journal of Nutrition has found that...

Frequent bone scans for osteoporosis revealed as yet another medical scam

2/3/2012 - There seems to be a scan for almost every medical condition these days. But not all of these scans have been proven safe or effective, or even necessary for that matter. A new study published in the New England Journal of Medicine (NEJM) has revealed that bone mineral density scans, which check for...

Reverse osteoporosis - one of seven reasons why you should learn about lactoferrin

9/14/2011 - (Natural New) An old Ayurvedic (ancient Indian medicine) proverb says: "When diet is wrong, medicine is of no use; when diet is correct, medicine is of no need." It's tragically ironic that one of nature's most medicinal foods is under attack - pure raw milk. But one of its most magical ingredients,...

Dried plums shown to be effective against fractures and osteoporosis

9/2/2011 - A study recently conducted by a team of researchers at Florida State and Oklahoma University, and featured in the esteemed British Journal of Nutrition, reveals that consuming a handful of natural, dried plums every day will help prevent fractures and osteoporosis in the elderly. This is great news...

Scientists say forget osteoporosis drugs - Natural approach builds strong bones safely

5/5/2011 - For countless years, natural health advocates, who suggested caution at the near hysterical and highly advertised push to put women on anti-osteoporosis prescription drugs, were looked at as unscientific health "nuts". But now some mainstream scientists are in total agreement and are even sounding the...

FDA issues new warning: Osteoporosis drugs cause thigh bone fractures

1/11/2011 - A class of widely prescribed osteoporosis drugs may significantly increase the risk of a rare type of thigh fracture, the FDA has warned. The FDA ordered a new warning label for all drugs in the bisphosphonate family, including Merck's Fosamax (marketed generically as alendronate), Roche's Boniva,...

Osteoporosis - How to get your bones back (Opinion)

12/13/2010 - Osteoporosis, which means porous bones, is the result of bone loss below normal levels. This loss can lead to weak, fragile bones that fracture easily. Typical treatment by conventional methods is to prescribe Actonel, Fosamax or other pharmaceutical drugs which can have serious side effects. Just a...

Warning: Bisphosphonate drugs to prevent osteoporosis double the risk of esophageal cancer

9/22/2010 - In a series of television commercials, actress Sally Fields has long promoted the drug Boniva as a wonderful and super easy way to treat and prevent the bone robbing disease known as osteoporosis. Just pop a pill once a month and stay strong, youthful and energetic like Sally, the ads imply. The trouble...

Stronger Bones - Without Drugs

9/14/2010 - After making a splash in Gidget and The Flying Nun, Sally Field went on to a distinguished film career. Now the two-time Oscar winner has taken on another role: Sally is the public face of osteoporosis. She's appeared on countless magazine covers, schmoozed with talk show hosts, and addressed members...

Osteoporosis drug patients report bone fractures caused by drugs

9/3/2010 - Reports of bone fractures are widespread among patients taking osteoporosis drugs, a New York Times analysis of askapateint.com concludes. "My mother was taking Fosamax from 1995 until 2005 for osteoporosis," one woman wrote in 2006. "She had severe esophageal ulcerations, nausea, jaw bone loss and...

Fosamax osteoporosis drug linked to sudden hip fractures

8/6/2010 - A growing body of evidence suggests that a popular family of osteoporosis drugs may actually lead the weakening of bones, increasing the risk of fractures. Use of bisphosphonates such as Merck's Fosamax for more than five years may predispose women to break their femurs (thigh bones), yet neither...

Poor Health Makes Osteoporosis Common in the U.S.

5/20/2010 - In the U.S. 10 million have been diagnosed with osteoporosis and nearly 50 percent of all women between the ages of 45-70 suffer from it to some degree. Osteoporosis is a weakening of the bones whereby they become brittle and can easily fracture. (Osteo means porous bones). Thirty-four million have...

Bone Density Tests and Calcium Supplements Prevent Osteoporosis

3/25/2010 - Osteoporosis is a condition marked by weak or porous bones. The condition is diagnosed by bone scans and urine tests that check for bone density. Bone density can be increased and osteoporosis avoided, with proper diet and exercise. Calcium and vitamin D have been shown to increase bone density, as...

Flaxseed oil could reduce the risk of osteoporosis

12/1/2009 - After menopause, women are at increased risk for the bone-weakening condition known as osteoporosis. And women who are diabetic have an even greater chance of developing the disorder. But now comes research from Egyptian scientists that suggests flaxseed oil could be a natural way to protect bone health. The...

Diet is a Key to Preventing and Treating Osteoporosis

11/11/2009 - Osteoporosis is a condition in which bones become weak and thin, and prone to fracture, particularly in the hips and spine. There can be few symptoms of osteoporosis until a fracture occurs, so it can only be diagnosed by a bone scan. Approximately one in four post-menopausal women develops osteoporosis....

Wooly fern plant could treat osteoporosis, new research finds

10/30/2009 - An illustration from an 1887 book depicts the fabled "Vegetable Lamb of Tartary" as a plant with a tiny furry animal coming out of a long stalk. The reason? This wooly tree fern was once believed to literally produce sheep. That legend no doubt came about because the plant has masses of wool-like fibers...

Green Tea could Naturally Prevent and Treat Osteoporosis, Scientists Say

10/8/2009 - According to the National Institute of Arthritis, Musculoskeletal and Skin Diseases (NIAMS), the bone thinning condition known as osteoporosis is a major public health threat for 44 million Americans, 68 percent of whom are women. Approximately 10 million Americans already have osteoporosis and another...

How to Beat and Prevent Osteoporosis Naturally

8/14/2009 - As we age, our bones begin to erode, which to some extent is normal and a natural result of aging. However, some of us lose so much bone that our skeletons become weakened and deformed and in severe cases we incur loss of bone density in multiple places. That is osteoporosis, and it frequently causes...

Osteoporosis Drugs Linked to Rotting Jaw Disease

3/4/2009 - Widely used osteoporosis drugs can significantly increase the risk of bone death in the jaw, according to a study conducted by researchers from the University of Southern California (USC) School of Dentistry and published in the Journal of the American Dental Association. Researchers found an increased...

Fight and Prevent Osteoporosis Naturally

2/6/2009 - Women have a higher risk of dying from Osteoporosis than from breast cancer. As our population ages, we will see the prevalence of osteoporosis going up also. Currently, one in four women and one in eight men suffer from this condition. There is good news, though. The best way to prevent Osteoporosis...

Osteoporosis Drugs May Suppress Bones' Ability to Heal

12/10/2008 - The long-term use of osteoporosis drugs known as bisphosphonates can actually weaken bones by impairing their ability to heal, leading to fractures, according to a study conducted by researchers from New York-Presbyterian Hospital/Weill Cornell Medical Center. Researchers reviewed the files of all...

Study Shows Better Osteoporosis Management can Reduce Hip Fractures

11/30/2008 - According to Richard M. Dell, an orthopedic surgeon at the Kaiser Permanente Bellflower Medical Center, the mortality rate arising from fractures related to osteoporosis is higher than the mortality rates for breast and cervical cancers put together. That is perhaps somewhat surprising, given how much...

Osteoporosis Drug Fosamax Doubles Risk of Life-Threatening Heart Condition

10/16/2008 - The widely prescribed osteoporosis drug Fosamax (generic name alendronate) appears to double women's risk of developing a chronic irregular heartbeat known as atrial fibrillation, according to a study conducted by researchers from the University of Washington and published in the Archives of Internal...

Drug Companies Exaggerate Benefits of Osteoporosis Drugs to Women

8/4/2008 - Studies published by drug companies exaggerate the benefit of osteoporosis drugs to women who do not have the disease, according to a report published in the journal BMJ. Drug companies attempt to erase the distinction between osteoporosis and pre-osteoporosis, also known as osteopenia, the report...

Strong Body, Strong Bones - Six Steps to Prevent Osteoporosis

7/1/2008 - Did you know that osteoporosis affects men as well as women? While nearly 8 million women in the United States are currently diagnosed with osteoporosis, an additional 2 million men suffer from the disease as well. The good news is that there are many things that you can do to both lower your risk for...

Osteoporosis Drugs Found to Cause Severe Pain in Muscles, Joints and Bones

6/17/2008 - The FDA has issued a new warning that a popular class of osteoporosis drugs may lead to severe, chronic and even permanent pain in muscles, joints and bones. The agency has known of this risk from the drug class known as bisphosphonates since their approval, and prescribing instructions for doctors...

Broken Bones Blamed on Osteoporosis When Vitamin D Deficiency Is the Culprit

4/25/2008 - You are female, over 50, post-menopausal and you keep breaking bones. In fact, you need a hip or knee replacement. The diagnosis? Most likely, your problem will be blamed on osteoporosis. But the real reason you have brittle bones could be a vitamin D deficiency. In a recent review of women with...

FDA Posts MedWatch Side Effect Alert for Osteoporosis Drugs

2/20/2008 - The FDA recently issued a statement that bisphosphonate drugs used to treat osteoporosis may cause "severe and sometimes incapacitating bone, joint, and/or muscle pain". The information was posted on the FDA MedWatch website, the agency's online adverse event reporting site, on January 7, 2008. According...

Depression, Osteoporosis Correlation Misreported by Junk Science Media, Ill-Informed Health Researchers

12/11/2007 - Conventional medical researchers around the world are scratching their heads over new research published in the Archives of Internal Medicine that shows a strong correlation between depression and osteoporosis. Amazingly, none of them apparently have the presence of mind to consider the simple, common...

Strontium Reduces Risk of Vertebral Fractures

11/28/2007 - Research spanning a century has shown that strontium, a naturally occurring trace mineral, is an important component of healthy bone tissue. Researchers from around the world have found that, in pharmaceutical doses, it dramatically increases bone density and reduces risk for fractures in women with...

Strontium: An Alternative Treatment For Osteoporosis

11/14/2007 - Research spanning a century has shown that strontium, a naturally occurring trace mineral, is an important component of healthy bone tissue. Researchers from around the world have found that, in pharmaceutical doses, it dramatically increases bone density and reduces risk for fractures in women with...

Vitamin D halts development of osteoporosis in people taking antiseizure medications

10/9/2007 - Supplementing with high levels of vitamin D can help stem the bone loss caused by the long-term use of antiseizure medication, according to a study published in the journal Neurology. It has long been known that the antiseizure medications used to control epilepsy speed up bone breakdown, often leading...

Most Americans Unaware of Dietary Links to Bone Health, Survey Reveals

8/20/2007 - The majority of people in the United States are poorly informed about the prevalence of osteoporosis, according to a study conducted by Opinion Research Corporation for nutritional supplement manufacturer GTC Nutrition. Opinion Research Corporation questioned 1,031 people by telephone. Eighty-six...

FDA to allow osteoporosis prevention claims for calcium, vitamin D

1/10/2007 - A recent proposal from the Food and Drug Administration will allow certain foods and dietary supplements containing calcium and vitamin D to make positive health claims, but one health author says the agency should not be able to censor supplement health claims in the first place. The FDA has authorized...

Consuming cola may up osteoporosis risk for older women (press release)

11/22/2006 - According to the National Osteoporosis Foundation, approximately 55 percent of Americans, mostly women, are at risk of developing osteoporosis, a disease of porous and brittle bones that causes higher susceptibility to bone fractures. Now, Katherine Tucker, PhD, director of the Epidemiology and Dietary...

Study Suggests Vitamin K Deficiency as an Osteoporosis Risk Factor (press release)

11/7/2006 - A new study by Jane Lukacs of the University of Michigan School of Nursing suggests that the impairment of vitamin K function could compromise bone health and contribute to the development of osteoporosis. The study found that one of the early effects of declining estrogen is the impairment of vitamin...

Ancient Eastern Exercise Cures Osteoporosis (press release)

10/19/2006 - If you know anything about the debilitating bone disease called osteoporosis will also know that it is incurable. You would know that this disease extracts calcium from the bones making them brittle over time. No matter how much calcium you try to supplement your diet with your body cannot absorb it. Up...

Researchers reveal how long-term use of anti-inflammatory medication can cause osteoporosis (press release)

9/28/2006 - The steroid hormones glucocorticoids (GCs) are used at high doses to treat inflammatory and immune disorders, however they prompt bone loss and can cause osteoporosis, particularly when administered for prolonged periods. In a study appearing online on July 27 in advance of print publication in the...

Vitamin K deficiency found to promote osteoporosis in women

9/25/2006 - While a deficiency of vitamin K -- a vitamin essential for bone health -- is considered rare by conventional medicine, a recent study by University of Michigan School of Nursing researchers has found that many women in early post-menopause may not have enough of the vitamin in their bodies. While...

The four steps to getting more vitamin D to prevent cancer, osteoporosis, depression and more

9/25/2006 - After years of denying the health benefits of sunlight, conventional researchers are finally starting to recognize the important role that ultraviolet light plays in human health. Getting sunlight on your skin, research now shows, is extremely important for preventing and even reversing chronic diseases....

Vitamin D signals to prevent bone loss during osteoporosis (press release)

8/31/2006 - The risk of bone fracture resulting from falls increases as we age due to bone loss and osteoporosis. Physicians have routinely prescribed vitamin D and vitamin D–related drugs to retard bone loss, but until now, little was known about the specific targets of vitamin D in bone. In a study appearing...

Vitamin D supplementation during pregnancy could reduce osteoporosis in children (press release)

8/24/2006 - Vitamin D supplementation of pregnant women could lead to longlasting reduction in osteoporotic fractures in their children, according to a study published in this week's issue of The Lancet. The study shows that children whose mothers were lacking in vitamin D during pregnancy grow up to have weaker...

Big Pharma / FDA revving up male osteoporosis drug push

8/24/2006 - The U.S. Food and Drug Administration recently approved a new drug manufactured by Proctor & Gamble Pharmaceuticals and Sanofi-Aventis to treat male osteoporosis. The drug -- Actonel (risedronate sodium) -- is already widely prescribed to treat post-menopausal osteoporosis in women, and recently...

Heart Attack, Osteoporosis Linked in Men Over 50 (press release)

8/22/2006 - Men who have survived a heart attack are at increased risk of bone loss and osteoporosis in later life, says Tulane University researcher Jeanette H. Magnus. “We have long known that heart disease and osteoporosis have similar risk factors, but this is the first study to examine the relationship...

Exercise in childhood and adolescence may stave off osteoporosis (press release)

7/20/2006 - Recent studies indicate that exercise can help build and maintain healthy bones. But just how early should one start? At the IOF World Congress on Osteoporosis in Toronto, Canada this week, several studies highlighted the importance of exercise in children and adolescents for building peak bone mass...

Clearing the air – links between smoking and osteoporosis strengthened (press release)

7/19/2006 - Young or old, man or woman, smoker or non-smoker – no matter what category you fit into, cigarette smoke can weaken your bones and increase your risk for fractures, according to new research presented this week at the IOF World Congress on Osteoporosis in Toronto. Smoking has long...

Bone density sharply enhanced by weight training, even in the elderly

8/6/2005 - As people reach old age, osteoporosis is a major determining factor in quality of life. In Healing Moves, Dr. Mitchell and Carol Krucoff write, "Age-related declines in muscle and bone mass … can lead to frailty and fracture -- the primary reason older adults wind up in nursing homes." If you don't...

Organized medicine remains ignorant of causes, treatments for prostate cancer

4/23/2005 - A new study published in the journal Cancer reveals that men who are undergoing treatment for prostate cancer are often underdiagnosed for their risk of osteoporosis. What's most amazing about this study, however, is how researchers have missed the big picture that both prostate cancer and osteoporosis...

Everyday groceries contain ingredients that cause heart disease, diabetes, cancer, osteoporosis and other chronic diseases

2/20/2005 - If you go to your favorite corner drugstore, you'll find two types of things for sale: 1) processed foods and beverages that cause disease, and 2) prescription drugs that treat the symptoms of those diseases. It's a brilliant racket: buy the stuff at the front of the store and get diseased, then you...

The unauthorized history of Coca-Cola (satire)

1/14/2005 - Coca-cola was originally promoted as a drink "offering the virtues of coca without the vices of alcohol." Until 1903, a typical serving contained 60mg of cocaine. Today, it still contains an extract of coca leaves. The Coca-Cola Company imports eight tons of coca leaf from South America each year --...

The health effects of drinking soda - quotes from the experts

1/8/2005 - This is a compilation of quotes about the destructive health effects of soft drinks from some of the leading authors on health, nutrition and junk food. This full list, and much more information, is included in The Five Soft Drink Monsters downloadable ebook. Michael Murray ND and Joseph Pizzorno...

Mental health, Seasonal Affective Disorder, osteoporosis greatly improved by exposure to natural sunlight, vitamin D supplements

1/1/2005 - The following is part five of an eight-part interview with Dr. Michael Holick, author of "The UV advantage" and one of the world's most respected authorities on vitamin D and the health benefits of natural sunlight. His work can be found at www.UVadvantage.com. Be sure to print out the vitamin D myths,...

Vitamin D boosts calcium absorption, treats psoriasis, prevents osteoporosis and breast cancer: interview with Dr. Michael Holick

1/1/2005 - The following is part one of an eight-part interview with Dr. Michael Holick, author of "The UV advantage" and one of the world's most respected authorities on vitamin D and the health benefits of natural sunlight. His work can be found at www.UVadvantage.com. Be sure to print out the vitamin D myths,...

Disease names like diabetes and osteoporosis are misleading and misinform patients about disease prevention

12/10/2004 - There is a curious tendency in conventional medicine to name a set of symptoms a disease. I was recently at a compounding pharmacy having my bone mineral density measured to update my health stats. I spotted a poster touting a new drug for osteoporosis. It was written by a drug company and it said exactly...

Milk and dairy products cause heart disease, diabetes and osteoporosis -- interview with Robert Cohen

12/5/2004 - The following is part three of an interview with Robert Cohen, author of "Milk, the Deadly Poison," and www.Notmilk.com Mike Adams: What is it that drove you to have this kind of interest and energy to pursue the truth about milk and dairy products? Robert Cohen: Three little girls named Jennifer,...

Osteoporosis remains undiagnosed in millions of Americans; here's how to beat the disease with nutrition, exercise and sunlight

7/31/2004 - Millions of Americans have osteoporosis but don't know it, according to a new study authored by Stanford University School of Medicine. It says that 10 million Americans have osteoporosis right now, and 4 million more are at risk, but many people don't notice that they have the condition until they...

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