Bone Health


Illustration of health bone and bone with osteoporosis

Bone Structure and Osteoporosis, Copyright 2011 / Los Alamos National Security, LLC

Osteopenia is a condition where bone mineral density is lower than normal. It can be treated with diet and exercise. It may or may not be a precursor to osteoporosis which causes bones to become weak and brittle. Learn what you can do to protect your bones.

Regenerative Medicine: Lasting Pain Relief With Stem Cells, PRP, and Prolotherapy

Stem cell therapy is the most promising and versatile treatment in medicine today. These unique cells have the ability to differentiate, or change into several cell types and help regenerate and repair diseased or damaged areas of the body. New technologies, which make it possible to use patients’ own stem cells, eliminate all ethical and safety concerns and have opened the door to widespread use.

The Forbidden Fat You Should Be Eating

Dietary fats are greatly misunderstood. Most people don’t know which are healthful and which are harmful. Of all the fats, saturated fats may be among the most misunderstood of all. They’re found in red and processed meats, dairy, and eggs. Find out why they are essential and actually good for you.

Magnesium: Important in so Many Ways

Magnesium is almost as basic as air and water for healthy living. For those who are ill and magnesium deficient taking magnesium is almost like taking a breath, when one is out of air. When one combines transdermal magnesium therapy with magnesium bicarbonate water one can expect dramatic results as one would expect in an emergency room or intensive care unit when taking these medicines intravenously.

Colostrum: Nature's Perfect Food for Infants and Adults

Colostrum, the pre-milk substance that emerges from the mother's breast following the birth of a newborn, is nature's perfect first food. It is a mixture of immune and growth factors as well as important nutrients, all designed to activate newborn's immune system. Numerous studies show that colostrum and its components continue to exert important biological activities also when given to adults.

Why Osteopenia Isn't a Disease and You Don't Need Drugs to Treat It!

Has your doctor given you the grim news: "You have osteopenia and you're heading toward full-blown osteoporosis"? In this article, Dr. Nan Kathryn Fuchs describes osteopenia as "the normal slight thinning of bones that comes with aging" and suggests ways to improve your bone health without prescription drugs.