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If you have not been affected by osteoporosis, you probably know someone who has been. Full Story
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Bob Colson

United States

#1 Jul 22, 2006
Our M.D. tells us that calcium alone will not replace the bone loss in osteoporosis cases.
What he didn't tell us was that Dolommite is a natural, perfect blend of calcium and magnesuim, which, when taken in daily supplements of
at least 1200 MB or more, in combination with the mineral Strontium salts,(600-700 Mg daily, on an empty stomach), may increase bone mass in the vertebrae of people with osteoporosis. There is research that Strontium has been shown to promote strong ostoporosis-resistant bones. A member of my family is taking the above daily.
Reference: Preventing & Reversing Osteoporosis-Gaby,AR-Published 1994
Franci

Canada

#2 Sep 15, 2006
Very true, I just started using another product AlgaeCal ( http://www.algaecal.com ) a while ago and had very good results on my last dexa scan!
Steve

Sydney, Australia

#3 Sep 16, 2006
The latest study in the british medical Journal has shown that calsium supplements do nothing to build stronger bones. That story was in the paper yesterday so I am sure it would be easy to find if you went to their site.
tomatojuice

New York, NY

#4 Sep 20, 2006
i have heard that the best absorbable calcium is an asporotate. Also I am taking Strontium citrate 2 times 340mg at nite.
KAY

Wichita, KS

#6 Oct 23, 2006
Franci wrote:
Very true, I just started using another product AlgaeCal ( http://www.algaecal.com ) a while ago and had very good results on my last dexa scan!
Itis Oct.06 and I need feed back from other people who take natural bone building products. How long have you been taking algaecal? what else do you take with it?
Dr Steven Zabronsky DC

San Rafael, CA

#7 Oct 24, 2006
Steve wrote:
The latest study in the british medical Journal has shown that calsium supplements do nothing to build stronger bones. That story was in the paper yesterday so I am sure it would be easy to find if you went to their site.
I've read about that. What I give my patients is a calcium blend containing other minerals that have been shown to increase bone density and quality. Results have been impressive.
http://naturalwomanshealth.com/Osteoporosis/...
Samantha

Australia

#8 Nov 19, 2006
Guys did you know that the latest research on women consuming too much cola shows that lose their bone density and are at high risk for ostepporosis!!!!! The messag ehere -- dont drink too much cola... it will eat away at your bones. I found this site which shows this:

http://www.vitalhealthzone.com/nutrition/late...
jacki

Swedesboro, NJ

#10 Feb 10, 2007
My first dexa scan in 1998 showed left hip mild osteopenia with t-score of -1.37. year 2000 showed -1.0. Now 7 years later t score is -1.2. My primary dr wants me to go on fosamax. I want to try the AlgaeCal....Does anyone have an opinion of this decision?? I feel I can do better NOT taking fosamax or any oth4er prescription bone building product... Thank you!
Franci wrote:
Very true, I just started using another product AlgaeCal ( http://www.algaecal.com ) a while ago and had very good results on my last dexa scan!
Stephanie

Wilson, NC

#12 Sep 4, 2007
jacki wrote:
My first dexa scan in 1998 showed left hip mild osteopenia with t-score of -1.37. year 2000 showed -1.0. Now 7 years later t score is -1.2. My primary dr wants me to go on fosamax. I want to try the AlgaeCal....Does anyone have an opinion of this decision?? I feel I can do better NOT taking fosamax or any oth4er prescription bone building product... Thank you!
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I have been diagnosed with osteopenia with my femurs on the verge of osteoporosis. Have tried Actonyl (several doses) and most recently Boniva (one dose). These meds did cause gastric upset (I have ulcers). I do want to try AlgaeCal and wondered if anyone else has had good results on the supplement.
Ruth

New York, NY

#13 Sep 9, 2007
The exercise video "Skeletal Fitness" by Mirabai Holland has good weight bearing routines to increase bone density. See http://www.movingfree.com/SkeletalFitness.htm...

Since: Sep 07

United States

#14 Sep 22, 2007
I recommend http://www.hyperimmuneegg.org to all my patients. This is the scientific website. My ordering website is http://www.yourimmunehealth.com

Hyperimmune egg also known as i26 has been clinically proven to balance the immune system and takes you beyond nutrition. Your joint health is related to your immune system.
For more info about how to use this all natural product contact Dr. Hellen Greenblatt, Phd. She has a dual doctorate in immunology and microbiology and is available to talk to people around the world.
800-746-0300. Tell her Dr. Nancy sent you.
Verona

United States

#15 Sep 25, 2007
True, calcium/magnesium does help with strenthening the bones, but other things factor in also. The number one thing that really can affect your bones and back pain is eating too much sugar. It depletes the body of vitamins and minerals. It also affects the absorption of calcium and magnesium.
http://www.herniated-disc-treatment.com
Bob Colson wrote:
Our M.D. tells us that calcium alone will not replace the bone loss in osteoporosis cases.
What he didn't tell us was that Dolommite is a natural, perfect blend of calcium and magnesuim, which, when taken in daily supplements of
at least 1200 MB or more, in combination with the mineral Strontium salts,(600-700 Mg daily, on an empty stomach), may increase bone mass in the vertebrae of people with osteoporosis. There is research that Strontium has been shown to promote strong ostoporosis-resistant bones. A member of my family is taking the above daily.
Reference: Preventing & Reversing Osteoporosis-Gaby,AR-Published 1994
Samantha

Australia

#16 Oct 18, 2007
By the way, in terms of osteoporosis, there is more than just calcium that is necessary for bone health. The following are just as important:

Vitamin D
Boron
Magnesium
Phosphorus

Plus, women are also recommended to keep exercising, especially weight-bearing exercise that provides any resistance-type of exercise (light weights, pilates, etc) to help the bones keep their mass and prevent osteoporosis. This is especially true for women over 50, or any women that have undergone menopause, as that is the high risk time for this condition.

To understand what conventional and alternative treatment there are for this condition, look at the link below (sorry but you cant buy anything on this site, it's only information):

http://www.vitalhealthzone.com/health/conditi...

Samantha
Sullivan

Lawrence, MA

#17 Nov 18, 2007
Bob Colson wrote:
Our M.D. tells us that calcium alone will not replace the bone loss in osteoporosis cases.
What he didn't tell us was that Dolommite is a natural, perfect blend of calcium and magnesuim, which, when taken in daily supplements of
at least 1200 MB or more, in combination with the mineral Strontium salts,(600-700 Mg daily, on an empty stomach), may increase bone mass in the vertebrae of people with osteoporosis. There is research that Strontium has been shown to promote strong ostoporosis-resistant bones. A member of my family is taking the above daily.
Reference: Preventing & Reversing Osteoporosis-Gaby,AR-Published 1994
Dolomite is an inferior form of calcium and, if you research Strontium, you'll learn that it must be taken inbetween the consumption of calcium supplements. My bottle of strontium also directs this. STrontium is used in Europe for the treatment of osteoporosis.
Good forms of calcium are citrate and hydroxapatite. Remember equal amounts of magnesium should be taken with calcium supplements.
Other nutrients that help with calcium absorption are silica, boron, D3 and Vit. K1 and 2.

Since: Nov 07

Guadalajara, Mexico

#18 Nov 22, 2007
there is more important things thatn just clacium for bone health like Vitamin D,Boron,Magnesium and
Phosphorus but the suplement i have been taking has all of these properties and more, and has been proven to improve bone health. algaecal( http://www.algaecal.com ) is where i get all my tips and supplements that help imorve my lifestyle
Anne Stoppard Australia

Australia

#19 Feb 28, 2008
I need feed back on people who are taking FosamaxPlus. My Dr wants me to go on this. Anyone taking alggaecal with comments as I am thinking of trying it. Have recently been diagnosed with Osteoporosis of the hip. My dentist tell me if I go on Foramax I will not be able to have any extractions due to Necrosis of the Jaw Thank You
Stephen

United States

#20 Feb 29, 2008
Check this site out for some useful information.
Osteoporosis, or porous bone, is a disease characterized by low bone mass and
structural deterioration of bone tissue, leading to bone fragility and an increased
susceptibility to fractures of the hip, spine and wrist. Although often characterized
as a woman's disease, men as well as women suffer from osteoporosis.

http://www.herbalwartremoval.com/osteoporosis...
Geraldine

United States

#21 Mar 1, 2008
Facts about Osteoporosis, Risk factors that cannot be changed:, Risk factors that can be changed:, Symptoms, Detection, Complications, Reducing Your Risk, Medications Used to Treat Osteoporosis, Reducing the Risk of Falling, Prevention, References,

http://www.herbalwartremoval.com/osteoporosis...
Natural Option

Opa Locka, FL

#22 Mar 8, 2008
There is a natural solution with no side effects. Natural Option corp has developed a calcium supplement to help osteporosis sufferers. Look and read for yourself. http://www.naturaloptioncorp.com
Sarah

AOL

#23 May 11, 2008
Too much vitamin A is not good either. There's a good summary of this issue at www.vitaminA.org .
Bob Colson wrote:
Our M.D. tells us that calcium alone will not replace the bone loss in osteoporosis cases.
What he didn't tell us was that Dolommite is a natural, perfect blend of calcium and magnesuim, which, when taken in daily supplements of
at least 1200 MB or more, in combination with the mineral Strontium salts,(600-700 Mg daily, on an empty stomach), may increase bone mass in the vertebrae of people with osteoporosis. There is research that Strontium has been shown to promote strong ostoporosis-resistant bones. A member of my family is taking the above daily.
Reference: Preventing & Reversing Osteoporosis-Gaby,AR-Published 1994

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