Hello… Osteoporosis is reaching an epidemic status.
It leads to 1.5 million fractures per year. The
traditional way one is evaluated for osteoporosis
is the standard Bone Density Test. Although important
to have done, this is a static test and “only” provides
information on the amount of bone that has already been
lost. Unfortunately it does not provide data on the rate
of bone loss. Wouldn’t it be wise to know how fast you
are losing bone? Wouldn’t it be of great value to know
if the treatment you are doing is slowing down the rate
of bone loss?

Read the article at written by Dr. Ron Grisanti at: Functional Medicine University