Tag Archives: osteoporosis

  • Sugar is Bad For The Bones

    I am beginning to realise the real poison that sugar is. It has become a daily consumer product because it is in every processed food that we eat and we also add it to make things taste ‘nice’. No wonder we are getting fatter and fatter as a nation! Did you know that in the […]

  • How diet can affect bone health

    The main stream definition of osteoporosis portrays bones as static structures, indicating that when bone deteriorates there is nothing that you can do to reverse or stop it except take medicines to correct the problem. However, there is no miracle drug without side effects and infact bone loss or osteoporosis, can be prevented or even […]

  • Another flawed analysis misleads the public

    Another flawed analysis misleads the public, according to Francois Lubbe, UK editor of the Health Sciences Institute. For more than twenty years, combinations of a range of nutrients such as calcium, zinc, magnesium, manganese, boron, vitamin D, vitamin C, vitamin K2, folates and Vitamin B6, have been essential for maintaining bone health. Why suddenly does […]

  • Supplements During Adolescence Can Help Curb Osteoporosis

    Results of a recent study in the United States suggest that the first signs of osteoporosis begin during adolescence, and that teenage girls should consider taking vitamin D and calcium supplements in an effort to avoid suffering from the condition later in life. For the research, investigators from the School of Exercise Science at Australian […]

  • Vitamin D

    Have you often wondered why you feel better in the summer when the sun is out? Well the simple answer is Vitamin D.  Virtually every organ system in your body is dependent on sunshine for optimal performance because it triggers Vitamin D production in your cells.  Vitamin D is an ‘essential’ vitamin which means that […]