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Osteoporosis is a preventable condition.

Vitamin D and Osteoporosis Prevention

Vitamin D and Osteoporosis Prevention

Vitamin D is back in the news again. You may have seen recent news claiming vitamin D supplementation fails to prevent osteoporosis, fractures or falls.  Published in the Lancet — a Systematic Review and Meta Analysis paper dated October 04, 2018 from the Department of Medicine, University of Auckland, New Zealand and the Health Services Research Unit, University of Aberdeen, Scotland, UK.  They conclude and state at the end of a complex meta-analysis “we believe there is no justification for…

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Vitamin K, Calcification and GLA Proteins

Vitamin K, Calcification and GLA Proteins

Vitamin K2 is a potent anti-calcification nutrient via GLA protein carboxylation.  Let’s look at this process of calcification and the potency of these various forms of vitamin K2.   Then talk about the MK-4 vs Mk-7.    Which is best for you?   And why? Vitamin K2 forms There are currently three forms of vitamin K available. Vitamin K1 (phylloquinone) has been extensively studied. It is not the most potent form. Vitamin K2 is currently available in two forms. MK-4…

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Osteoporosis detection and prevention

Osteoporosis detection and prevention

Osteoporosis — the preventable epidemic California Age Management Institute Osteoporosis.  Now you thought this was a problem of 70 and 80 year olds. What was once heard described by a patient quoting her physician, “well, Mabel it seems you have moldy bones.” But some of the largest and well known HMOs won’t even begin testing for this until after 60 — until it may be quite late in the game.  So why be concerned? Osteoporosis by definition is a lack…

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