Articles for topic: Osteoporosis

 

Osteoporosis Affects 22 Million Women Aged Over 50 In Europe

Medical options are limited but there is a simple natural treatment that your doctor may not know about it, and that is bioidentical natural progesterone.

 

Do Calcium And Vitamin D Help Bones AFter Menopause?

Recommendations conflict, and opinions are strong on whether calcium and vitamin D supplements after menopause do help bone health. Progesterone certainly does, but what else works?

 

Foods That Weaken Your Bones

Osteoporosis can be helped with supplemental progesterone, exercise and diet. However everyday items that you eat could be vitally important in reducing your bone health.

 

Reduce Your Osteoporosis Risk Naturally

New research shows alkaline foods and supplements such as bioidentical natural progesterone can build strong bones and help with osteoporosis.

 

Want To Avoid Osteoporosis? Eat Up Your Greens!

This brittle bone disease needs good levels of progesterone to help avoid it, and to treat it, and there is another simple way to be proactive by adding two vegetables to your diet.

 

Want To Avoid Osteoporosis? Eat Up Your Greens!

This brittle bone disease needs good levels of progesterone to help avoid it, and to treat it, and there is another simple way to be proactive by adding two vegetables to your diet.

 

How Much Progesterone Do I Need For Osteoporosis?

There are recommended dosages for osteoporosis outlined here. However, women do vary in their individual needs and the late John Lee, MD always advocated that women were the best judges of what they needed.

 

Dental Problems Linked to Osteoporosis – Nothing To Smile About

The ‘Silent Killer’ may not show you any symptoms, but your dentist might be aware of it before you are. If you have osteoporosis then you are more at risk from tooth loss.

 

Why Smokers Suffer More From Osteoporosis

Building strong healthy bones is down to good nutrition, good progesterone levels and lifestyle factors. Women may do fine on the first two, but smoking increases their risk.
It was nearly 20 years ago that the risk factor between cigarettes, osteoporosis and bone fractures was first identified. What was not known until now is how this [...]

 

Bone Density At Risk With Some Birth Control Pills

Teenagers starting to use oral contraception may be putting their long-term bone health at risk.

 
 
 
 
 
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