Thank you for useful information.
Thank you for sharing.
Although my mother had osteoporosis, I haven't gotten it yet at age 75!! This is because I done my best to prevent it!
Raw milk is valuable to health but not necessary for calcium. Supplemental calcium is dangerous. K2 (mk4,mk7) is necessary to take calcium out of the blood (put there by your liver to alkalanize your blood) where it can cause problems like plaque and put it back in your bones. Vit D3 is necessary (take 5-10k IU's per day) along with Magnesium and K2 to build bones and prevent osteoporosis. Calcium supplementation is not necessary if you have the 3 and eat a properly balanced organic diet, low in transfats and low in processed foods. Also, multivitamins from supermarkets and drug stores (like Centrum and naturemade) are NOT good-very cheap and synthetic sources, which are/can be worse than nothing and the balance of vitamins (too high in synthetic & wrong types A &E and too low in D3 and most contain iron-contraindicated in most people) For far more complete info, try Dr. Brownstein for more info, also naturalendocrinesolutions and lef.org.
useful info, but quiet video
This was very helpful, as this is a genetic issue in our family
Good tip about Vitamin K. I always learn something here. Thank you for sharing.
No milk for me,thanks. There are better options available. Milk is bad for. Not impressed.
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This looks like a delicious way to end a meal.
Sounds like a great idea. Think I'll have to try this!
Who would have known that ! Great ideas, thanks for sharing.
Walnut is not a particularly good wood.
It burns OK, but it seems to double it's volume in ashes.
As many as the individuals can properly afford to fully take care of!
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