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Lies My Doctor Told Me: Osteoporosis: How the Latest Medical Research on Bone Drugs and Calcium Could Save Your Bones, Your Heart, and Your Life: Volume 1 by Harmony Clearwater Grace (2015-01-28)

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  • By Sally Fisher on April 16, 2017

    I do a lot of my own research when doctor's recommend courses of action to me. Having read numerous books and published studies on osteoporosis/osteopenia I find this little book to actually be the best book of all. Easily read in one sitting, it simply lays forth a safe course of action. I appreciated that every assertion the author made was accompanied by web addresses to studies that back the information. If your doctor is recommending pharmaceuticals, you really owe it to yourself to read this first and make informed decisions.

  • By L. Arden on March 14, 2017

    When my doctor started insisting I use Fosimax, I declined and started researching alternative (aka natural) treatments. This book is exactly what I was looking for. It is well organized with links to the most reliable medical sources to back up every claim. For those who don't want to get into the technical stuff or check the source materials, there are simple conclusions and guidelines for the layperson to follow. Highly recommend.

  • By Jesse on January 31, 2015

    I pride myself in doing research on natural supplements that can help me with different ailments, instead of taking prescription drugs. I have, however, never seen a body of research as complete as this, as it relates to osteoporosis. It has opened my eyes and expanded my mind. Definitely a MUST read, whether you favor traditional or alternative medicine! Don't miss it! It will change your life, or at least the way you look at treatment/prevention alternatives!

  • By Dale A. Jarvis on September 10, 2017

    Filled with references to importance research, translated into something I could turn into a personal prescription. What could be better! I have a more accurate name for the book: "Things my endocrinologist should have but didn't know".

  • By Guy Francis, D.O. on January 19, 2018

    I am a functional medicine physician, "specialty" adult health. That is getting adults to optimal health and keeping them there. This. book is an excellent review of this subject and expanded my knowledge in many areas. It will be in my office library and I will recommend it to my patients. Guy Francis, D.O.

  • By Adriana on September 6, 2017

    Nothing more than a list of research studies which I could have got from Google. No interpretation, no evaluation, and no evidence of any expertise to be able to do that.

  • By Kirk Gremillion on December 26, 2017

    Well supported data, data we badly need! Thank you Harmony! Mid way through the book is a chart of what supplements are necessary and in what quantity. But don't miss the rest of the book! A quick read, read it in one morning, well written by a competent writer. Contains what you need to know concisely. So glad to have this reference!

  • By Rachel on July 1, 2016

    Too technical and with absolutely no substance for the lay person. The title and biosketch of the book are misleading!


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