Nutritional Approaches for Beating Os...

Nutritional Approaches for Beating Osteoporosis

There are 9 comments on the Psychology Today story from Feb 16, 2012, titled Nutritional Approaches for Beating Osteoporosis. In it, Psychology Today reports that:

With new studies showing that long-term use of osteoporosis medications like Fosamax offer no continuing benefit after five years[1], people are wondering what to do to improve their bone density.

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Carlos Romano

New York, NY

#1 Feb 29, 2012
While prevention is always better than treatment, it's always good to see that there are new ways of treatment for osteoporosis all the time. I'm glad that those who suffer from the illness have options. And those who have to file Fosamax lawsuits because of their osteoporosis have more ways to get better.

Torrance, CA

#3 Mar 15, 2012
Very informative and indeed. As the saying goes, too much of something is bad enough. It is best that we stick on the appropriate dosage of medication to avoid any kind of side effects and complication such as damaging our bones instead of strengthening it.

Los Angeles, CA

#4 Apr 20, 2012
This is a good take on how one can prevent osteoporosis. However, for safety concerns, you may want to consult your doctor first.
Michelle G

Lodz, Poland

#5 Jul 27, 2012
Diet is definitely one of the most effective means and most affordable ways of avoiding or treating osteoporosis.

West Chicago, IL

#6 Aug 3, 2012
Nothing beats natural therapy. Many people may prefer the natural approach to prevent side effects from medications. Although its always best to consult a doctor to fully know where you stand against the disease you are bearing. Reports of patients suffering from osteoporosis drugs' side effects have started to surface, may have further helpful information.
Eleon N

Brooklyn, NY

#7 Sep 14, 2012
Considering how wide-spread and serious osteoporosis is, having options for treatment is great for those who suffer from it.

Lodz, Poland

#8 Sep 21, 2012
While the effects of osteoarthritis cannot be reversed, early treatment may help avoid pain, disability and slow progression of the disease. For most patients who have only mild arthritis, the pain may be managed with simple things such as ice, rest, activity modifications, pills, or joint injections. According to medical references, hip replacement surgery may help if the condition is already severe. For related information, refer to

Burbank, CA

#9 Nov 23, 2012
Thank you for this very helpful information. I agree that natural treatment is the best way for treating and preventing osteoporosis. Natural treatments are known to be safe and effective compared to osteoporosis drugs, such as Fosamax, which are reported to be associated with adverse effects. The manufacturer of Fosamax, Merck & Co, is faced with numerous lawsuits filed by injured patients. For more information, you may refer at .
#11 Sep 24, 2013
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