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My special area of expertise is Osteoporosis and Osteopenia. I was diagnosed with it myself many years ago and set out to find some natural solutions. Now, many of the solutions I found or designed are hitting the mainstream so I'm very happy about that. Like everything else to do with health, our... Full Bio
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Resolutions for 2011

Well, I’ve been incredibly busy having a great time, which is part of my New Year’s Resolutions. I’m dancing NIA five days a week with an...

Resolutions for 2011

Well, I’ve been incredibly busy having a great time, which is part of my New Year’s Resolutions. I’m dancing NIA five days a week with an...

NPR Blows the Whistle on the Invention of Osteopenia

As I have been saying for years, osteopenia is a disease invented by drug companies to sell their drugs and NPR now has a very interesting...

Stay In Your Body

I went through a seven day process to train as a White Belt in NIA dance a couple of weeks ago. It was intense! We were moving for a large...

Bone Drugs Linked to Broken Femur

The New York Times had an article on March 24 about bisphosphonate drugs being linked to the snapping of the femur bone in relatively...

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Feb 15 2010 by Jot
Potassioum citrate has been found to stop blood cells clumping together because it increases their surface charge.  Work by Riddick showed it has a similar result to using Heparin.  Has anyone used this to replace Warfarin.  The only disadvantage is that you need to drink 1 to 1.5 litres of water with the citrate a day, but there does not seem to be any other side effects as with Warfarin.  Geoff
 

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