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... Do not want to take Fosomax! I have read on the old board that there are Ipriflavones that are "soy free"...has anyone had any positive results with this? ... (0 replies)
... I'm totally confused. Some studies show Ipriflavones helpful in preventing bone loss while other studies show it doesn't. One study even said Ipriflavones decrease one's white blood cells and is harmful. What are we to believe? ... (15 replies)
... The website "naturalproductinsider.com" refers to a study of ipriflavones with calcium. ... (15 replies)

... In Japan, I think they take Ipriflavones ...instead of meds, I think, not sure, it's sold on prescription there. Maybe also in Germany and Italy. ... (15 replies)
... Excellent article from the Osteoporosis Education Project that i just found answered all my questions and cleared the air on Ipriflavones: www.betterbones.com/research/articles/ipriflavone.pdf Especially read pg. 5 "The Bottom Line for Ipriflavone Unsers" (15 replies)
... t suggested getting your white blood cell count done periodically. But how long is long term and how often is periodically, who knows. All the other studies say Ipriflavones are very beneficial. I will most likely still take them at the recommended therapeutic dose of 200 mg. a day, 3 times a day. ... (15 replies)
... Opp, Welcome back! So you are taking extra ipriflavones? Did you know there is 100 mg. in the liquid cal we take? Do you feel taking extra is helpful and if so, where did you see that stated? btw: my rheumie also suggested steroids but I refuse to touch the stuff. Personally, I think it deadly stuff to put in MY system! P (15 replies)
... Where did you read that Ipriflavones are harmful and can do harm to white blood cells? ... (15 replies)
... I completely agree with taking one day off a week from all vitamins. I have been doing this for years. My calcium contains Ipriflavones. Probably most do. P. (15 replies)




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