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The Herbal Solution for Stronger Bones

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Big Pharma has known for many years that blocking an enzyme called Cathepsin K (CatK) stops bone loss and prevents osteoporosis.

That’s why the holy grail of pharmaceutical research to improve bone health is a medication that inhibits CatK. Drug companies know that the potential market for such a product is massive. Osteoporosis affects one in three women and one in five men.… Read More

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The Disease of Aging Your Doctor Won’t Talk About

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You see warnings about osteoporosis everywhere. There are ads on TV and in magazines for bone medications.

If you’re a middle-aged or senior woman, your doctor has probably talked to you about osteoporosis prevention.

But there’s another disease of aging that is just as debilitating and even more common. And it’s as prevalent in men as it is in women.

The reason you don’t hear about it is because drug companies don’t have any products to treat it.… Read More

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Top 5 Exercises for Stronger Bones

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Swimming and bicycling are great exercises. But if you’re at risk for osteoporosis or you want stronger bones, you need something else.

Researchers have found that jumping and resistance activities—not cardio or endurance workouts—promote stronger bones.

Dr. Pamela Hinton is an associate professor of nutrition and exercise physiology at the University of Missouri. She led a study that examined which workouts were best for bone health.… Read More

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One Mineral Strengthens Bones (It’s Not Calcium)

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Each year more than 300,000 seniors are hospitalized with hip fractures. For many of them, it is the start of a downward health spiral that ends in death.

One in five hip fracture patients will die within a year of their injury.[1]

A surprising number of people are at high risk for broken bones. About 40% of Americans over 50 have osteoporosis or low bone mass.… Read More