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The Key Vitamin to Use with Vitamin D to Help Reduce Osteoporosis by 25 Percent


You may be aware that vitamin D and calcium are a powerful duo for bone health, including the prevention of osteoporosis. One of the undisputed benefits of vitamin D is that it helps you ABSORB calcium – this link has been known for many decades.

New Study Finds that Multivitamins and Calcium Slash Breast Cancer Risk

A new study presented at the American Association for Cancer Research's annual meeting has found that women who take multivitamins and calcium drastically reduce their odds of getting breast cancer.

Calcium and vitamin supplements reduce breast cancer risk

aking vitamin and calcium supplements may reduce women's risk of breast cancer by as much as 40 percent, according to a study conducted by researchers from the Ponce School of Medicine in Puerto Rico, and presented at the annual meeting of the American Association for Cancer Research.

Calcium and vitamin D supplements reduce the risk of bone fractures in everyone, young and old

In recent years, Big Pharma has produced a variety of widely hyped bisphosphonate drugs including alendronate (Fosamax), ibandronate (Boniva), risedronate (Actonel) and zoledronic acid (Reclast) that are aimed at preserving bone mass and reducing the risk of fractures.

What’s in Your Multiple Vitamin? Detecting Real Quality. Part 1 – Minerals

Junky vitamins are often passed off as quality, and many times are endorsed by a physician or celebrity. There are many tricks that low quality supplement companies use to hide their poor quality, spending more money on marketing than on what is under the hood.

As a leading nutritional expert and owner of a dietary supplement company (Wellness Resources) I am often asked to explain the subject of quality.

CALCIUM Needed By Every Body

Most of us are becoming increasingly aware of the need for calcium in our diets as a necessary factor for our health and longevity. But are we aware that not all forms of calcium are the same? When our health practitioners recommend that we go to the store and get some over the counter calcium tablets and take two daily, are they really aware of how very little of the calcium is bioavailable to the cells of our bodies?