Senior Men and Women Over 50 are More Prone to Osteoporosis By Jerry Hickey, R.Ph. Follow on Google+ Bone density, the strength and thickness of bone, tends to depreciate with age, especially in those over 50. The International OsteoporosisMore info...
Bone Health By: Lisa Flax, Nutritionist Osteoporosis, a progressive loss of bone, has been recognized as a threat to the health and quality of life in mature adults - especially women. This condition increases their risk of wrist, hip, or spMore info...
The European Food Safety Authority accepts a health claim for the mineral Calcium along with Vitamin D for supporting bone health and the reduction in the risk of bone fractures The following is an approved health claim in European Union member cMore info...
Compensate Nutrient Depletion Whether you occasionally take a pharmaceutical like an antibiotic, or count on a drug long term such as a cholesterol lowering statin, your need for specific nutrients increases. You must be aware that many prescriptionsMore info...
Bone Healthby Jerry Hickey, R.Ph.Aggressive screening and treatment for osteoporosis could prevent hip fractures.About 325,000 Americans over the age of 65 will break their hip this year. A minimum of 25% of those with hip fractures will need assistaMore info...
The following are approved health claims in European Union member countries for the mineral Magnesium. Magnesium is required for hundreds of metabolic activities in the human body. The European Food Safety Authority has been busily reviewing submMore info...
The following are approved health claims in European Union member countries for the mineral zinc. Zinc is required for hundreds of metabolic activities in the human body. The European Food Safety Authority has been busily reviewing submitted dataMore info...
Simple Solutions for Cardiovascular Healthby: Jerry Hickey, R.Ph. Follow on Google+Why is my doctor concerned about my cholesterol?Elevated blood cholesterol is a major risk factor for developing heart disease, and heart disease is the leading causeMore info...
Vitamin K2 improves bone health in older women The vitamin supplement MK-7 also known as reduces bone loss and improves bone impact strength in postmenopausal women. 244 postmenopausal women were enrolled in the study. They were randomly giMore info...