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OSTEOPOROSIS: The NON DISEASE accused of causing bone fractures

As we age, our bones become less dense. This is a NORMAL part of the aging process. We have been taught to believe a reduced bone density increases our chances for FRACTURES. In reality, bone density (in and of itself) is NOT a good basis for determining the likeliness for fractures. The combination of physical […]


. IS IT TRUE THAT EXERCISE  IS UNNECESSARY TO OBTAIN GOOD HEALTH? EXERCISE: 1. Reduces blood pressure 2. Reduces cholesterol levels 3. Increases the concentration of high-density lipoprotein (HDL or “good” cholesterol in the blood) 4. Reduces chances for coronary heart disease 5. Increases efficiency of heart and lowers resting heart rate 6. Makes heart […]

MILK, Does A Body Good (Or Does It?)

When I was growing up, milk was a staple in my daily food supply. I would generally have a glass of milk at least three times a day. I was required to drink this because it was “good for me” and helped my bones and body grow and strengthen. Milk was considered an excellent source […]

Calcium Supplements For Women

This article was written by Sayer Ji from Greenmedinfo.  It is only a portion of his article I thought the readers would find interesting.  Elemental calcium vs calcium naturally found in food does not create the same increased risks this article discusses.  It is also important to realize that aging is a natural process and […]