If your bones are strong you are strong Many of you who come to this site are understandably frustrated. Your doctors are prescribing drugs that they say you might need to be on for the rest of your life, yet they don’t have time to talk to you about side effects. Or you’ve been diagnosed with osteopenia, but no one can tell you what that truly means. The media is filled with conflicting information about the best way to support bone health — leaving unanswered some of your basic questions, such as, “Does drinking milk improve my bone health or not?” Your bones were meant to last a lifetime. If you’re like many women, you may fear that your bones will not, particularly if you’ve experienced bone loss in menopause. The unprecedented stresses, strains, nutrient imbalances, and environmental toxins that are part of our modern life often deplete our bone reserves, which may manifest in fractures or the diagnosis of osteopenia or osteoporosis. I welcome you all to Better Bones. I hope you will find real answers to your bone health concerns here. We offer the sum total of our research and clinical practice over the last 25 years, showing that lifestyle and nutritional changes can regenerate and maintain bone health, naturally — and in most cases, without drugs. Today, through our website, programs, clinical practice, and publications, we help hundreds of thousands of individuals each year. So, let’s get to work. It is never too late (nor too early) to begin building and rebuilding bone strength.
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