osteoporosis

Christiane Northrup

These ‘Safe’ Drugs Are Not Safe

by Leisa on May 18, 2016

I just read a great article by acclaimed Women’s Health Expert, Christiane Northrup entitled “Why I Won’t Take These ‘Safe’ Drugs.” The four drugs she mentions in the article are four that I am also very against, and it was excellent to read her simple, but thorough explanations of why they are so dangerous. She
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Calcium: Doubles Heart Disease Risk

by Leisa on February 14, 2013

Yesterday, on a mainstream news website, came this story “Women with high levels of calcium are at twice the risk of dying from heart disease“, a fact that naturopath’s have known for quite some time, but has been soundly ignored by medical professionals and the media. How often do we hear of a woman being
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The Truth About Calcium & Osteoporosis

by Leisa on November 18, 2009

By John Robbins, author of ‘Diet for a New America’ “25% of sixty-five year old women in the United States are diagnosed with osteoporosis. For a person technically to qualify for this label, it means she has lost 50- 75% of the original bone material from her skeleton. That is 1 out of every 4
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Want Strong Bones? Eat More Greens!

by Leisa on February 4, 2009

This news piece was featured in the Food Matters Newsletter: A new study funded in part by the Agricultural Research Service (ARS) suggests that an alkalising diet may be an important key to reducing bone breakdown, or “turnover,” while aging. The study comes on the heels of several ARS-reported studies suggesting that consuming more-than-recommended amounts
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