reversing osteoporosis

Why Is Sugar Bad for You?

Osteoporosis poses a disease threat that is greater than that of both hypertension (high blood pressure) and breast cancer, according to the World Health Organization. Yet this insidious and debilitating bone disease rarely gets the attention it deserves. Nonetheless, deterioration of the bones and increased risk of fractures is a … Read More

Flaxseed Benefits and Risks

For many people, flaxseed is a powerful "superfood." But some experts have suggested that certain people, particularly women who have a history of certain cancers or are considered high risk for developing hormone-related tumors, should avoid them. Phytoestrogens in Flaxseeds Flaxseeds contain phytoestrogens, plant chemicals that actually mimic estrogen in … Read More

Can Osteoporosis Be Reversed Without Drugs?

Many women and men diagnosed with osteoporosis are immediately prescribed prescription drugs which, they discover sooner or later, can have difficult-to-tolerate side effects as well as frightening long-term risks. Can osteoporosis be reversed? This realization leads many individuals with osteoporosis to ask, "Can osteoporosis be reversed without drugs?" Unfortunately, there … Read More

Should You Be Concerned About Flax Seed Dangers?

For many people, flax seed is a powerful superfood. But some experts suggest that certain people, particularly women who have a history of certain cancers or are considered high risk for developing hormone-related tumors, should avoid them. Phytoestrogens Flax seeds contain phytoestrogens, plant chemicals that actually mimic estrogen in the … Read More

Bisphosphonates Side Effects Prompt the Need for a “Drug Holiday”

When the drug companies themselves start recommending “drug holidays” for certain osteoporosis patients to reduce the risk of serious bisphosphonates side effects, it’s time to take notice. That’s essentially what’s happening as problems with long-term use of these drugs continue to get reported. Bisphosphonates are the main class of drugs … Read More

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