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Osteoporosis -3.0? What Your T-Score Means for Your Bone Health

Osteoporosis -3.0? What Your T-Score Means for Your Bone Health

What is osteoporosis? Think of it this way: Healthy bones are in a state of continuous breakdown and rebuilding. This process, called remodeling, is performed by specialized cells called osteoclasts, which resorb (break down) old bone, and osteoblasts, which form new bone.
In young adults, remodeling happens in a balanced fashion

Finding New Health Benefits for Vitamin K

Vitamin K, once thought important primarily for blood clotting, may have a much wider array of health benefits. One recent Spanish study reported that people with the highest dietary intake of vitamin K were at significantly lower risk of mortality from cardiovascular disease, cancer and all causes. And if you’re

10 Tips to Fight Osteoporosis

Because 70 percent of our bone destiny is due to heredity, you’re at greater risk for osteoporosis if you have a family history of the disease—but that doesn’t mean you can’t help shape the health of your bones.

We actively build bone until our mid-20s, then we start to slowly lose

Can Osteoporosis Be Reversed Without Drugs?

Can osteoporosis be reversed without drugs? The answer is “yes!” But only if you use a comprehensive treatment plan that addresses the underlying root causes of osteoporosis. The sooner you start treatment, the better your chances of reversing bone loss – so don’t put it off any longer!

Hormonal Imbalance in Women: A Simple DIY Test

Menopause or perimenopause can be a rough time in a woman’s life as estrogen levels decline often causing a host of symptoms. Weight gain, dry skin, food cravings, and irritability – these can all be clues that your hormones…

Newsbriefs: Breast Cancer Risk; Supplements; Heart Disease Risk

Energy Density of Diet Linked With Breast Cancer Risk
A low-energy density diet may reduce your risk of breast cancer after menopause, according to a study published in the October 2016 issue of the Journal of Nutrition. For the study, researchers analyzed dietary data on almost 57,000 postmenopausal women with no

Newsbriefs: Long-Lived Parents; Cardiovascular Risk; COPD

Long-Lived Parents Mean Longer Life for You.
If your mother and father lived past 70 your risk of all-cause mortality declines to 16 and 17 percent per decade, respectively, while mortality risk from coronary heart disease declines 20 and 21 percent per decade, respectively. The increased parental longevity was associated with

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