Osteopenia Success Stories

Osteopenia Success Stories may encourage you. So many people using this web site reverse their bone loss. They build stronger bones and their success shows up in their dexa scans.

How do I know? Well, many tell me so. They write and say, 'thanks for the web site' or "I am unsubscribing from the newsletter because I really do not need it anymore. My last dexa scan showed NORMAL bone density".

So it can happen. It does happen. I thank those who have shared their stories.

Osteopenia success - dexa scan results

Here are some success stories about reversing bone loss:

  • Osteopenia Improvement by Kathy Bell, USA. Thank you for your website. I found it about a year ago when I found out my osteopenia was progressing. Yesterday I got good news. My bone scan showed an improvement after a year of hard work, prayer, and good supplements. Thanks for giving people hope for improvement without prescription drugs. Denise
  •   Another story: Hi Kate Just wanted to send along my outstanding news about natural strontium. I've been taking strontium citrate for 2 years and here's the results: Hip increases for 2007 and 2008 - 4.6% increase and 4.5 % increase respectively. Spine increases - 2007- 3.2% increase with 2008 -12.4% increase. Yes I said 12.4% increase in my spine this year - amazing as it sounds. I have the BMD scans from OHSU to support this.
  • Another Osteopenia Success story: I just got back the DEXA report for my bone density scan done and am very happy with the results. I am a 72 year old white male, first diagnosed with osteopenia in late 2004. I have the typical build for an osteopenia candidate, at 6' 2" in height and 155 pounds. Here are the test results: a) Lumbar spine T-score of -0.4 (versus a reading of -1.1 in May 2005). BMD level of 1.043 g/cm2 (versus 0.971 two years ago). b) Left hip (total) T-score of -1.0 (versus a reading of -1.3 in May 2005). BMD level of 0.876 g/cm2 (versus 0.837 two years ago). c) Left forearm T-score of -1.2 (versus a reading of -1.7 in May 2005). BMD level of 0.612 g/cm2 (versus 0.590 two years ago). Based on the WHO classification, my condition is now rated as 'normal' for both the lumbar spine and hip. The forearm results are still in the osteopenia range, but have shown modest improvement in the last two years.
  • Near reversal without enormous effort
  • Improvement in hip and spine
  • Significant improvement in 2 years
  • Improvement after 3 years

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