Alcohol and Osteoporosis, Positive Changes

Are beer, wine and spirits good for your bone health? A new report has been published on alcohol and osteoporosis indicating that moderate alcohol consumption may improve bone health in older women, decreasing chance of osteoporosis and loss of bone mass. This is in contrast to many earlier studies showing the opposite. The premise of this new study shows the slowing of … [Read more...]

Is Osteoporosis a Disease?

Recent observations in functional medicine indicate many disease classifications have lifestyle causes, as opposed to viral or bacterial causes. So is osteoporosis a disease? One of the most common research mistakes is confusing correlation with causation. A researcher will look at two events that occur together and draw the conclusion that one causes the other, when … [Read more...]

Bone: Battery of the Body

Calcium Storage and the Impact of Maximizing Calcium in the Body Calcium is required for the proper functioning all of the central nervous system, muscular tissue, kidneys, and the heart. As all systems of the body are controlled by the central nervous system, both conscious and subconscious, calcium is one of the most important minerals in the body. Approximately 99% … [Read more...]

Osteoporosis

Determining Factors of Bone Density Sentence#2 The skeletal framework of the body bears mechanical loading of movement, moves the body via muscular attachment, and supports the organs of the body.  (This should be the opening sentence)#1 Bone (our skeletal framework) is an amazing tissue. Sent.#3 It can be as strong as metal structure while as light as wood.  Sent.#6 When … [Read more...]