Osteoporosis

More than 300,000 people in the UK receive hospital treatment for fragility fractures (fractures that occur from standing height or less) every year as a result of osteoporosis. The mainstream’s approach to treating the condition is to use medication to strengthen bones. This approach is not always effective because some osteoporosis drugs actually cause weakening of the bones… talk about a double-whammy!

Fortunately, there are other ways to strengthen your bones, like the antioxidant lycopene – which is found in tomatoes – that has been shown to be effective in helping to prevent the weakening of bones as well as bone fractures. The researchers of this groundbreaking study concluded: “Our findings are the first to show that lycopene intervention, given in capsule or juice form, supplying at least 30 mg/day, may decrease the risk of osteoporosis by decreasing oxidative stress and bone resorption.” To read about more alternative health breakthroughs that can help protect your bones, search through or archive here at the Daily Health.

Latest Articles in Osteoporosis

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Osteoporosis Prevention: Do You Really Need A Bone Scan?

With news headlines warning women that they are facing an epidemic of brittle-bone diseases like osteoporosis and the mainstream's recommendation that healthy post-menopausal women...

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Protect Your Bones With Calcium And Vitamin D

It's beyond ridiculous. In fact, it's absurd: a drug that increases the risk of the condition it's supposed to prevent... and the mainstream pushes its use relentlessly, while on t...

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New Warnings About Osteoporosis Drugs

As far as osteoporosis drugs go, it doesn't get much lower than this. You take a drug for prevention. Your doctor assures you it's necessary. But later, you learn that the drug ac...

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Flawed Calcium Review Leaves Osteoporosis Sufferers Worried and Confused

Potty! That's the word that came to mind when I read a meta- analysis published in the July issue of the British Journal of Medicine (BMJ), which reported that calcium supplementa...

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Right Supplements Can Help Fight Osteoporosis

Previously, I told you about Fosamax - the drug that belongs to a group of medications called bisphosphonates, which is most commonly prescribed for the prevention and treatment of...

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Vitamin B-12 could be the key to bone health

Many women are aware that a high intake of calcium may help prevent osteoporosis. But I bet most don't know that adding a magnesium supplement may improve the body's ability to ab...

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