Healthy Bones: What You Should Know about Osteoporosis

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Avery Publishing Group, 1991 - Osteoporosis - 139 pages
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"Healthy Bones" investigates the underlying causes, not just the symptoms, of calcium loss associated with osteoporosis. Explaining the importance of body chemistry, the author then shows how to correct potentially dangerous imbalances with sensible food planning.

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Healthy bones: what you should know about osteoporosis

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Appleton argues that body chemistries can become out of balance due to the foods we eat (sugar, dairy products, caffeine, alcohol, etc.) and mental stress. When this happens minerals are depleted from ... Read full review

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Your Body Chemistry
7
Whats Eating You?
29
Balancing Act
75
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Nancy Appleton, PhD., earned her BS in clinical nutrition from UCLA and her PhD in health services from Walden University. She lectures extensively throught the world and is the best-selling author of Stopping Inflammation, Healthy Bones, and Lick the Sugar Habit.

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