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What is Fosamax
Fosamax is a metabolic poison that prevents the breaking down of old, weak bone, therefore leaving no room for new and stronger bone. It does make the bones look denser on an Xray, but this dense bone is actually weaker. Generally, after taking Fosamax for years, the patient suffers a very severe fracture.

So, Foxamax is NOT a help for osteoporosis. It may induce some increase in bone density but it also leaves the bone more brittle because it inhibits new bone cell growth - something you don't want!

Another reason why you don't want to use Fosamax is because it's very hard on your stomach and intestines..

Read here what's the real cause of osteoporosis and how a natural diet can heal and prevent osteoporosis: NewTreatments for Osteoporosis

Revision: 12 November 2002, Ed

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