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    Articles

 B A C K G R O U N D

Osteoporosis Overview
[Dr. Christiane Northrup]

Complete Video Guide to Osteoporosis and Bone Health
[KwikMed]

Boning up on Bone Health

Bone Health Center
[Prevention Magazine]

Maintaining Bone Health

Bone, A Masterpiece of Elastic Strength

Bone Remodelling . . .
directly correlated with load

Remember your Bones

Healthy Bones for Life

Save our Bones
[website / articles]

Brain Controls Formation of Bone

Who’s at Risk for Fracture?

Osteoporosis and Bone Physiology

Secondary Osteoporosis

How a Bone Disease Grew to
Fit the Prescription

Bone Density Testing

5 Things You (Probably) Didn’t Know About Osteoporosis

13 Key Medical Tests for Factors that can Contribute to Bone Loss

    D R U G S

Birth Control Pills May Reduce Bone Density

Dangers of Fosamax

Osteoporosis Drugs, Like Fosamax, May Increase Risk of Broken Bones in Some Women

Osteoporosis, a Disease
with Few Treatment Options,
May Soon Have One More

Bisphosphonate compliance linked to increase in femoral fractures

Antidepressants (SSRIs) may cause bone fractures in women

Here’s What Marijuana Does to Broken Bones

    N U T R I T I O N

High Protein Diets May Trigger Bone Density Loss

Low BMD Related to Low Calcium Intake vs. High Calcium Turnover

Calcium for Strong Teeth
and Bones

Strontium, not Calcium,
Builds Strong Bones

Prevent Bones Loss: Calcium Ineffective without Balanced pH

How well does calcium intake really protect your bones?

Vitamin K2 in bone metabolism and osteoporosis

High-Dose Vitamin D Prevents Fractures

The Delicate Dance between Vitamins D & K

Long and Short of Calcium and Vitamin D

More Calcium Articles

DHEA and IGF-1 Improves Bone Density in Anorexics and Women with low BMI

Bone Health and Celiac Disease

Dried Plums [Prunes] and Osteoporosis

Effects of a curcumin . . .
on low bone density






    Bone Health Organization News

National Osteoporosis Foundation

Surgeon General Reports

Osteoporsis Guide

Center for Better Bones

FRAX® — WHO Fracture Risk
Assessment Tool

Prevelance of Osteoporosis

Risk of Breaking Bones After 50
Higher than Thought

Recommendations for Preventing Fracture in Long-Term Care

 

    Bones for Life®
    Online Resources

YouTube Videos

No Pill for Posture

Bones for Life®

Bones Forever

Strong Bones for Life

Bones for Life® Seattle

Integrative Learning Center

Artes Internas [Spanish]

Bones for Life® — Chile [Spanish]

Bones for Life® — Japan

Bones for Life® — Korea

Bones for Life® — Nederland

Bones for Life® Rehab [Blog]

Bones for Life® — Switzerland

Claudia Bejar — Uruguay
[Spanish Blog]

Intelligence du Mouvement [France]

Live Vibrantly [New Zealand]

Movement Intelligence [Australia]

Movement Intelligence [UK]

Movimiento Inteligente
[Colombia]

Movement Intelligence — Liikeäly
[Finland]

Mouvement Intelligence Suisse
[Swizerland]

Mouvement Intelligence Romandie
[Swizerland]

Os pour La Vie [French]

Vitality Cincinnati

Was ist Bones for Life® [German]


    From Creative Ideas that Inspire
    by Joy Keller in Fitness Journal,
    October 2012, p. 74


    Bones for Life: The Importance of
    Intelligent Movement
by Candida
    Baker, Verandah Magazine, Feb 2016






    Books & Other Allied Resources


 

Sitting Kills, Moving Heals: How Everyday Movement Will Prevent Pain, Illness, and Early Death — and Exercise Alone Won’t

Osteoporosi e bones for life. Il perché di un’alternativa [Italian]

Aging Bones

Making Connections

Mindful Spontaneity

Making Connections
Bartenieff Fundametals

Ideokinesis

Whole-Food Guide to Strong Bones

Yoga for Osteoporosis

Osteogenic Loading

Dem Bones [PDF download]

Your Bones — How you can prevent Osteoporosis & Have
Strong Bones for Life, Naturally

 

Bones for Life® Demo wih June LaPointe

 
    Articles     (continued)

    E X E R C I S E

Non-Drug Protocol for Building Bone Density

Exercise Is Not the Path to Strong Bones

Fragile Bones Result from Inactivity

Sitting Less is Longevity Key

Exercises to Strengthen Bones

Best Exercise for Healthy Bones

Why High-Impact Exercise Is Good for Your Bones

Walk Like an Upside-Down Pendulum

The 60-Second Bone Builder

Reversing Hyper-Kyphosis

Daily vibration may help aging bones stay healthy

Alternatively, You Can Try Vibrating Yourself

Bones for Life 101: Nurturing dem bones that align the spine

Building Better Bones

10 Ways to Improve Bone Health

Bone density sharply enhanced by weight training, even in elderly

Building up Bones, with a little Bashing

Extra Load on Your Back to Help Build Bones

To Ensure Bone Health, Start Early

Low load, high repetition resistance training increases bone mineral density
in untrained adults

Benefits of Yoga may go Bone-Deep

Do our Bones Influence our Minds?






“After twenty years of treating osteoporosis, I believe that it is a
completely preventable lifestyle disease.

— Mark Hyman, MD

Author of UltraMetabolism and medical director of the UltraWellness Center
(Lenox, Massachusetts) in his foreward to The Whole-Food Guide to Strong Bones

“The FDA approved the drugs . . . based on studies
showing that they increased bone mineral density.
However, no studies have definitely shown that
higher density actually reduces bone fractures.”

Matthew Perone, AP Health Writer

“Keeping bones strong involves eating a clean, whole foods diet,
promoting an alkaline body environment, supporting digestion,
taking supplements as necessary, staying active, and decreasing stress.”

— Kathleen Bundy, MS RD CLT

“Weight-bearing exercise does not mean using weights or resistance training,
but carrying your body weight in a weight-bearing fashion. You want to build bone density?
Get your hips over your ankles and your torso over your hips. And then walk around a lot.
Walking in alignment is the most natural osteogenic (bone-building) thing you can do!

— Katy Bowman, MS

“Activities that involve impacts with the earth, such as running and jumping,
are the most effective way to improve bone health.”

— Dr. John Tobias

Professor of Rheumatology at the University of Bristol

 

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