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Bisposphonates being examined by FDA

September 22, 2011

Good Morning readers! Thank you for your patience as I took a much needed vacation with my wonderful husband- In Maui.

In case you missed this in the Wall Street Journal today. The FDA is meeting to discuss the use of Bisphosphonates for Osteoporosis. Their particular interest is in deciding how long a person should take these drugs as side (BAD) effects can be brittle bones, particularly fractures of he thigh bone, and necrosis of the jaw bone. It had been “assumed” that the drug could be taken indefinitely.
Sales and Prescriptions have fallen for the past three years. Of the estimated 10 million people in the U.S. with osteoporosis, at least five million are on bisphosphonate therapy.

The medical community still insists that both of the above effects are “RARE”–I believe that it is under-diagnosed.
The process of Fosomax and other Bisphosphonates is to partially stop the bone from releasing calcium and other nnutrients from the bone. The body relies on those nutrients for other functions in the body. The bone is a BANK for those nutirents until the body asks for them. Does it make logical sense to rob the rest of the body- the heart, the nerves, the joints, the brain-and cause the bones to do something that is totally unnatural?

There are ways to boost the absorption of nutrients into the bones so that the bones are able to perform their natural function. No side effects, no brittle bones, -only Mother Nature’s help to overcome the nutritional deficiencies brought on by our SAD (Standart American Diet) lifestyle.

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One Comment leave one →
  1. September 23, 2011 10:24 am

    Thank you- it is information that most people have not heard.
    Dr Narain Naidu (Nobel nominee-CalPoly Pomona, CA) has formulated a carrier that enhances the absorption of nutrients to the bone- Now being sold by Nikken, Inc under the label “Osteodenx”

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