Building Bone Vitality. (eBook, 2009) []
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Building Bone Vitality.

Building Bone Vitality.

Author: Amy Joy Lanou; Michael Castleman; Amy Lanou; Amy J Lanou
Publisher: New York, USA : McGraw-Hill Professional Publishing, 2009.
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
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Lanou, Amy Joy.
Building Bone Vitality.
New York, USA : McGraw-Hill Professional Publishing, ©2009
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Amy Joy Lanou; Michael Castleman; Amy Lanou; Amy J Lanou
ISBN: 9780071600200 0071600205
OCLC Number: 958571071
Description: 1 online resource (257 pages)
Contents: Foreword; Acknowledgments; Introduction: An Evidence-Based Approach to Bone Health and Osteoporosis Prevention; Part 1 Why the Calcium Theory Is Wrong; 1 Countries That Consume the Most Milk, Dairy Foods, and Calcium Supplements Suffer the Most Fractures; 2 Why Some Osteoporosis Studies Should Be Taken More Seriously than Others; 3 Milk, Dairy Foods, and Calcium Supplements by Themselves or in Any Combination Do Not Prevent Fractures; 4 Calcium Intake During Childhood Does Not Prevent Fractures at Any Stage of Life; 5 Vitamin D with or Without Calcium Prevents Few if Any Fractures. 6 The Final Score: We Need a Theory That WorksPart 2 The Bone Vitality Prescription: Low-Acid Eating and Daily Walking; 7 The Key to Strong Bones and Fracture Prevention: The Bloodstream's Acid/Alkaline Balance; 8 Why a Forty-Year-Old Explanation Is "New"; 9 Bricks and Mortar: For Strong Bones, the Body Needs More than Calcium; 10 The Case Against Low-Acid Eating; 11 Evolving Toward Low-Acid Eating-Painlessly; 12 Recipes for Low-Acid Eating; 13 As Important as Low-Acid Eating: Walk Your Way to Stronger Bones; Part 3 Other Risk Factors for Osteoporosis and What You Can Do About Them. 14 Diabetes, Frailty, and Fractures15 Risk Factors for Fractures? Salt, Caffeine, Alcohol, Smoking, Depression, and Several Prescription Drugs; 16 Should You Take Osteoporosis Drugs?; 17 Save Your Bones and Save the Planet; 18 Conclusion: We Need an Evidence-Based Approach to Bone Vitality; Appendix A: Scorecard: Do Milk, Dairy Foods, and Calcium Supplements, by Themselves or Combined, Reduce the Risk of Fractures?; Appendix B: Scorecard: Do Milk, Dairy, and Calcium Intake During Childhood Prevent Fractures? Appendix C: Scorecard: Does Vitamin D, with or Without Calcium, Reduce Fracture Risk?References; Index; A; B; C; D; E; F; G; H; I; J; K; L; M; N; O; P; R; S; T; U; V; W; Y; Z.


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