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Osteoporosis is a serious disease that affects millions of women and even men, and all ethnicities. According to the National Osteoporosis Foundation (NOF) and the National Institute for Arthritis, Musculoskeletal and Skin Diseases (NIAMS), more than 10 million women have been diagnosed with osteoporosis, and another 34 million are at risk of developing the disease. Approximately 2 million men have also been diagnosed with the disease.

While nutrition is a huge factor in the development of osteoporosis, this is not a disease that limits itself to the poor or the hungry. In fact, actresses Sally Fields and Shirley MacLaine, talk show host Meredith Viera, and even the original James Bond 007 girl Ursula Andress have all been diagnosed with osteoporosis.

While this is a serious health problem, potentially harmful drugs are not the only solution. One study reports that one in ten women who take one of the most prescribed drugs will develop serious jaw problems. Proven side effects include dental problems, bone pain, joint or muscle soreness, nausea, heartburn and more.

The point of this information is to show the dangers of succumbing to the temptation of an “easy fix” through pharmaceuticals. Preventing and treating osteoporosis naturally is safer and more effective, and seldom with negative side effects.

Led by our veteran Ph.D. researcher, we've uncovered natural alternatives that have already been proven in the treatment of osteoporosis. You can start working on your "osteoporosis-free" life today!

*** Includes a special government-sponsored report about a simple and easy, ancient Eastern exercise that may increase bone health while it also attacks cardiovascular disease, hypertension, and osteoarthritis. ***

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