1. kind2creatures

    Calcium Supplements Wrong Approach to Age-Related Bone Loss

    Happy I already suspected this years ago when a bone scan showed Osteopenia. The doctor immediately told me to take high doses daily of calcium. I knew already that excess calcium can be displaced and end up in the arteries, causing blockages which may result in strokes, etc. I never did...
  2. kind2creatures

    Osteoporosis Myth to Create Disease to Sell Pharmaceutical Drugs

    I agreed, by a doctors urging years ago, to undergo a bone scan for Osteoporosis. They told me that I had pre-Osteoporosis or Osteopenia, and insisted that I start taking high dose calcium supplements and return for another scan a few years later. Well, I never went back for another scan, or...
  3. Ted_Hutchinson

    New study finds high prevalence of osteopenia in infants

    New study finds high prevalence of osteopenia in infants The link at top goes to an article from The Vitamin D Council
  4. kind2creatures

    Osteopenia and Osteoporosis Alternative

    For entire article with images: http://www.healthyfellow.com/537/osteopenia-and-osteoporosis-alternative/
  5. kind2creatures


    I'm menopausal, and was diagnosed with Osteopenia a couple of years ago, and told to increase my daily calcium intake, at least 1500 mg per day. I already was taking approximately 500-750 mgs. of calcium citrate per day. Instead of increasing my calcium, I started taking Magnesium Malate and...