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... Thank you for the advice/responses! I have 3 books from the library to read, including the osteoporosis myth one. I had not heard about strontium or K2 until coming to this board, or EZORB, so not familiar with any of that. I was diagnosed with osteopenia 3 years ago, but was told that if I have periods I have estrogen, take calcium and don't worry about it. I wanted to be... (8 replies)
Actonel
Oct 16, 2006
... I walk 4 miles every day, I take Osteo Protect made my Vita Logic. It has 12 ingredients that support good bone health. ... (13 replies)
... I take Osteo Protect by Vita Logic. It has 12 ingredents that suport the bones for better health. ... (5 replies)

... I take Osteo Protect by Vita Logic. ... (18 replies)
... back etc exercises there since that's what they go to school for. They will also set you up with a home routine based on osteo and and injuries you have that you can use for years. ... (10 replies)
... So because of my situation instead of focusing on the osteo and treatment I was sent to specialists for the other side of things trying to find the cause, which they still cant. ... (3 replies)
Strontium
Apr 9, 2009
... find exercises that are geared to those with osteo. You'll also want to do abdominal exercises to strenghten your core. strong abdominal muscles support and protect the lower back. And no...you don't need to carry weights while walking or jogging unless you want to. ... (15 replies)
... Hi Pika: Thanks for that... I read the same one, but couldn't they be a little more specific about how the pool was statistically significant? Maybe I'm missing something, but I would like an explanation on how the mechanism of protection works; and I love the words "slightly less likely":D:D I geuss I want someone to say "This is how oral BP's protect bone in osteo... (15 replies)
... suggest checking the library first for this or even netflix. I really like both tai chi and qigong alot , they have been my lifeline when feeling submerged by osteo and thyroid stuff. ... (1 replies)
... the Internet taught me oodles of things, like appropriate exercises. If you're just 20, you can easily get into the weight lifting and walking mode, which helps protect your bones. ... (4 replies)
... ion besides your arms is again bending from the waist which is really dangerous for your spine. As far as the recumbent bike goes I see PT's use these a lot for osteo patients because your spine is in a reclined position, which tremendously takes the stress off your spine while you get a good work out. ... (32 replies)
... teoporosis. We have a very strong family history of it. I had a hysterectomy 5 years ago but I have chosen to continue taking the hormone replacement in order to protect my bones in any way I can. I do take 1500 mg of calcium daily, generally at around the time of each meal. ... (6 replies)
... Remember that there was little or nothing for Osteo 10 years ago to help patients....the just got short, stooped, and had hip fx and lived out their life in nursing homes. ... (4 replies)
... though I have osteopenia in the hips my osteo is only in the spine. The Reclast whether you like it or not does protect spine and hips plus some other areas. ... (7 replies)
... her poster put something about a book by Dr. E. Vliet that I am getting from the library in the next day, apparently she has opinions about the level required to protect bones. Also I am getting Dr. Love's book on hrt. ... (22 replies)
... My big question now is really about estradiol level. What level do we post meno women need to maintain to protect our bones? ... (22 replies)
... hem my sole trust. I do like the mineral metabolism Dr I'm seeing now, but like any human she has her limitations as well. I try to stay on top of all this, to protect myself and to aid them, when no one can come up with an answer. ... (13 replies)
... Hi Deanana, It sounds like you've been doing all the right things to help and protect your bones. ... (8 replies)
... No, but we need to protect it, so we can continue to sit, stand and walk. ... (19 replies)




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