The truth about bone disease and osteo drugs
The Truth about Bone Disease and Osteo Drugs with Dr. Kim
http://www.blogtalkradio.com/undergroundwellness/2013/04/03/the-many-faces-of-bone-health-with-dr-kim-millman

How chemical agricultural leads to mineral deficiencies in people. Mineral insufficiency 
causes poor feeling and bone disease, leaky gut, low metabolism.

Toxins and inflammatory foods cause inflammation, and bones demineralize. Inflammatory 
foods could be dairy, gluten, soy, eggs, nuts, processed food and sugar, and 
nightshades (tomato, peppers, eggplant potato). 

Sensitivity to these foods can be tested by the presence of antibodies or by an 
elimination diet. Inflammation caused by food sensitivities can result in migraines, 
weariness, tingling, joint ache, and high blood pressure. 

To lessen inflammation, eat green leafy vegetables, fruits and vegetables, low 
carbohydrate, and lean proteins.

As a means to help determine your risk of bone problems, use the questionaire at:
godaddy/www.freebonequiz.com.

The bisphosimate osteo drugs, boneva and reclasp, can have side effects of heartburn, 
nausea, diahrea, joint pain, stomach ulcers, and after 5 to 7 years atypical fractures 
and jaw deterioration.

The estrogen receptor osteo drugs are aveasta, curtail.

Most important nutrient that helps limit inflammation and bone loss is vitamin K. 
K2 includes mk7 (from colonic bacteria) and mk4. The dosage found to be effective
is (45 mg per day). K2 comesfrom green leafy vegetables (should be 2 to 4 servings per 
day), and vegetable oils. 

Tissue acidity contributes to bone density loss and is worsen by too much carboydrate
in the diet, not enough vegetable, too much coffee, too much alcohol. Ridges on
fingernails are a symptom of acidity.

Too much cortisol from stress causes bone weakening of bones.

This review by Alan Detwiler, bio at http://www.smashwords.com/profile/view/alandetwiler