Are Osteoporosis Drugs Safe?

The multiple answers of a complicated question: "are osteoporosis drugs safe?" David Brownstein, MD, an advocate of dietary, supplements, and exercise solutions to many disease states. He has now weighed in on osteoporosis drugs. Dr. Brownstein states that these drugs are widely used to stimulate bone mass growth, and accomplish their objective. At least seemingly so … [Read more...]

Static Contraction Training

Tony Robbins has a new, safer way to perform Static Contraction Training, which can provide incredible health benefits, including increasing bone density.   Last year the osteoporosis institute produced an info-graphic listing all options for bone health. Pharmaceutical, dietary, exercise, and exercise like interventions were all listed and described in … [Read more...]

Women and Exercise for Bone Density Generation

Exercise can often be the best way to treat many adverse physical conditions, however for bone health, finding the right exercise may be difficult   Often, women engage in resistance training to improve their health, but almost as often are limited by the safety and non-practicality of conventional resistance training. Conventional resistance training is effective … [Read more...]

Activity and Health vs. Risk of Injury: Cause for Osteoporosis

How risk aversion and lifestyle-change contributes greatly to osteoporosis, and osteopenia development As individuals age, activities that involve loading the body (e.g. lifting heavy objects, running, jumping, etc.) become, in the minds of almost every individual, increasingly associated with the risk of injury. When a child or young adult is injured, he or she can … [Read more...]

Calcium Chocolate

It will be harder to forget to take your calcium now  Adherence to treatment protocol is often a contributing factor in disease prevention and wellness programs. Many articles are written about, not just what is best for individuals to do to avoid health complications, but what is convenient enough for individuals to adhere to. Almost all types of cardio respiratory … [Read more...]

Exercise and Bone Health

"I exercise, so I don't have to worry about osteoporosis." The mechanics of running include a heel strike impact resulting in 3 to 4 times as much force as the body weight of the individual depending on speed (Heinonen, et al., 1996). For this reason, more injuries result from running or impact type fitness activity than non-weight bearing exercise. This has forced … [Read more...]