The market is flooded with drugs which make clams to increase bone density but with each and everyone one of these drugs there are side effects. Many times the side effects end up being worse that having poor bone density. Women ask frequently – What can I do to increase my bone density without having to worry about the negative side effects that come from taking drugs? There has to be natural elements that will benefit me.
The research and development company that supplies our nutraceuticals have been doing extensive 3rd party research into this issue. They chose theHealth and Medical Research Center in San Antonio Texas, an independent research entity that conducts clinical trials on health-enhancing product and technologies. Gil Kaats, PhD is the executive director of the center. Their web site is http://www.ihtglobal.com/
They have conducted over 40,000 body composition and bone density test using the most accurate technologies. Their database now has over 19,000 study participants of all ages from nearly every state in the US plus 5 Canadian provinces.
The results of all that study have now been published.
Gil Kaats, PhD has now published a book on his findings which you can order from the Health and Medical Research center in San Antonio Texas.
Results to bone mineral density (BMD) from taking the wellness program from our research company were impressive. Here is quick summary of the study.
We have now completing our 14th year of the trials and have accumulated over 8,000 DEXA and blood tests from people taking our wellness program. I’m often asked for a “bottom line” describing our findings of our 14 years of research. In responding, I typically limit my remarks to the published findings and state that our studies suggest that taking these glyconutritional plant polysaccharide supplements can:
1. Improve bone strength by increasing bone mineral density
2. Aid in the reduction of excess body fat
3. Help maintain or increase lean (muscle) mass
4. Facilitate or maintain healthy cholesterol and blood lipid levels
5. Increase self-reported quality of life
Improve immune health as measured by C-reactive Protein (CRP) levels.
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