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... Yes the ST ranelate is from Europe. I still think watching your intake of ST is a good idea and not overdoing it in light of the results from the European studies which show potential thrombosis. yikes! ... (11 replies)
... I've FINALLY found Strontium Citrate in a health food store near me. ... (11 replies)
... My Mom can't swallow pills. I am wondering which food or drink I can mix the strontium in that isn't juice. ... (4 replies)

Strontium and Food
Jun 13, 2008
... is encouraging to know that the medical profession are agreeing with Strontium. I went to Osteop specialist the other day and he said the same.... continue with strontium tho there are no proven studies on citrate only ranalate which is not available to us.... I have been taking mine away from food. ... (4 replies)
... I agree best to take calcium in divide does and don't over do it as it can create calcifications in your blood which can stick to the blood vessel walls! ... (11 replies)
Strontium and Food
Jun 14, 2008
... Wow, Todd and Canna.....you actually found doctors who are supportive on your taking strontium? Guess neither of you live in Waterloo:D! That's interesting that strontium can be taken with food; one reason I've stopped it is because I eat a bedtime snack, which means I couldn't take it before retiring, which means every time I got up around 1AM to go to the bathroom I'd take... (4 replies)
Strontium users
Jan 29, 2010
... in the lumbar spine. In 2008 I had breast cancer. ... (24 replies)
Strontium
Apr 11, 2009
... The kind of calcium in Ezorb is not problematic in terms of taking too much, as with many other types of calcium. ... (15 replies)
Strontium, anyone?
Dec 10, 2006
... In particular, I have been reading some favorable research on strontium, a naturally ocurring mineral in food and water that seems to promote increase in bone density. Any thoughts or experience with this sort of treatment? ... (1 replies)
Strontium users
Jan 19, 2010
... Do you take supplements regardless of the calcium content you get in food? ... (24 replies)
... Hi Ktnap...there is no rule that says you have to take it at bedtime or with or without food. If taking it at bedtime is causing you stomach distress then take it when you get up to exercise and go light on the milk products when you have breakfast. I think the main thing is to avoid large amounts of calcium like you'd get if taking a supplement. Maybe you could try eating... (1 replies)
Strontium users
Jan 29, 2010
... Hi Phyllis..Thanks for the input. I'm curious how you determined to take your strontium at bed time. My bottle says to take it first thing in the morning. ... (24 replies)
Strontium
May 25, 2012
... I know there has been a lot of interest in Strontium on this board, and I thought I would share some information I found this morning published on the National Institutes of Health website. ... (13 replies)
Strontium users
Jan 29, 2010
... t i'm getting what i need to support the strontium. I've read it is best to get it from food, but then again I just heard that the labels aren't always accurate in listing the how much you're really getting. ... (24 replies)
... with stable strontium. High doses of radioactive strontium indeed can cause leukemia and cancer. Radioactive strontium will probably never be available to the general public. However, some doctors do use radioactive strontium to more effectively treat bone cancer. ... (17 replies)
... indications or medical evidence that strontium is essential to human health. ... (18 replies)
Strontium users
Jan 30, 2010
... but........... Anyway my scores are not improving so decided to do away with the eZorb and turn to the strontium plus a complex calcium recommended by a lady pharmacist, who wrote a book, along with the strontium. ... (24 replies)
... Hi. You mention that a friend of yours can bring you Strontium Renelate from the UK. As far as I'm aware, you will need a prescription to take this med. ... (14 replies)
... Honestly, where in the doctor's conclusion is this simple fact being stated? ... (17 replies)
Strontium
Apr 9, 2009
... Hi mashaf...i wrote a quick note on the other thread before seeing this post, so if i repeat myself , bear with me...hahaha. You're right, strontium is not FDA approved, but they are studying it for possible approval in the future, in the form of strontium malonate. ... (15 replies)




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