Yes, safe and effective long-term bone support is important. To that end, I would suggest that calcium and vit. D supplementation is insufficient. The body needs more than that to build bone and the underlying issue of why it is not re-building as fast as it is re-moving needs to be addressed. Most supplements provide only a few of the critical constituents necessary to build bone and this is like trying to build a house with LOTS of lumber but no windows, nails or bolts. In fact, if we leave the hormonal system imbalanced, it's like trying to build a new house with a team that is taking it a part every evening when the work-men go home. This is no way to build a house and no way to build bone.
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