Bone Health is critical to your Health and Aging!

What is the one part of our bodies that we take for granted? Our skeletal system does so much for us - enables us to move, protects our internal organs, produces red blood cells, stores minerals and generates bone marrow. However, due to our acidic diets, so-so nutrition and lack of weight bearing exercise, osteoporosis and osteopenia are on the rise. Nothing will make you look older than being hunched over. More importantly, it is painful and compresses your internal organs. Imagine taking a step and breaking a bone. The time to take your bone health seriously is now.

The current pharmaceuticals are hard on the body with numerous serious side-effects (jaw joint destruction, ulcers, pain, etc.). Now, there is a natural alternative (with multiple patents) that is not a drug or even a supplement, but a bio-replenisher. Instead of having a long list of side effects, people are reporting side benefits.

OsteoDenx and Bio-Replenishment

by John Jackson, M.D., FACP

 Wellness is more than skin deep, more than being cosmetically healthy.  What we really want is through and through wellness. At the core of our bodies, bones begin to form before we are born. They support a baby's first wobbling steps. The shin bone enables a youngster to kick the soccer ball in practice.  Healthy bones help a student attain full height when speaking before the high school debate class.  They must stand up to climbing, hiking, jogging, skiing and all the more vigorous fun pursuits in life.  Bones need to be strong when our parents and grandparents walk from bedroom to bath, should they inadvertently slip and fall.  All ages require bones that provide structural AND mineral support to all organs.


  • After age 50 more than half of us have low bone density
  • Lifetime risk of a fracture from fragile bone is 50% in women and 25% in men
  • There are 1.5 million such fractures a year, all causing debility to a degree, some requiring surgery with the risk of complications
  • Long term nursing care is the fate of 30% after hip fracture with even a 20% death rate in females by 1 year.

In view of these sobering stats, treatment options, early detection and prevention are naturally of interest.  Bone density measurements help diagnose deficiency states, full blown osteoporosis and a less severe condition, called osteopenia.

Normal treatment includes calcium supplementation in various forms, vitamin D of different types to help what otherwise is poor absorption of calcium, hormones and their synthetically modified versions, as well as bisphosphanates (Fosamax, first on the market, has been linked to abdominal pain, esophageal ulcers, jaw joint destruction and possibly cancer).

Most recently, OsteoDenx was premiered and is now available without a prescription.


  • Is not a chemical drug
  • It is not a vitamin supplement or mineral
  • It contains no calcium
  • It is the first in a completely new and unique class, Bio-Replenishment.

This naturally occurring substance is manufactured internally by the body.  With aging and the passage of time the important multifunctional molecule is depleted. With this latest breakthrough wellness product, we can turn back the clock on bone support and health.

But the story is much bigger…

Bone may be thought of as a mineral bank. OsteoDenx acts as a bank teller, assisting in deposits and withdrawals. When calcium and other minerals properly move into the bone, they form part of a solid portfolio of support. These same minerals are paid out of the balanced account of healthy bone for key transactions in the body. Close at hand, joints require supplies from the underlying bone to be well. Deformed and inflamed joints are as much manifestations of bone health being out of balance as low density and increased fragility. From brain to heart to pancreas to intestines, many distant organ systems count on a daily mineral check in the mail from the bone bank. Insufficient funds can get "power and water" turned off, a physiologic bankruptcy with the risk of precipitous eviction from one's bodily home. 

To put our house back in order, OsteoDenx facilitates mineral flow in support of a host of organ systems.  The natural product comes from Dr. Narain Naidu, a Nobel Prize nominee, and 20+ years of research.  Bone health benefit is evident in less than 2 weeks.  A study published in the February 2009 issue of Osteoporosis International showed favorable trends in bone chemistry throughout the study period.  There are ongoing investigations, using OsteoDenx in osteoarthritis, diabetes and HIV.  No side effects have been observed. There is no conflict with underlying conditions or ongoing treatments.  Of course, consulting you own physician concerning any medical question is always advised. 

Someone said that the Stone Age came to an end, but not for a shortage of stones.  Just so, the age of drugs and surgeries will come to an end, but not for a shortage of drug ads and surgery centers.  OsteoDenx is ushering in a new age for bone health, the Age of Replenishment!

OsteoDenx and Lactoferrin Gold are bio-replenishers versus supplements. If you are just taking calcium, it is likely that not much is getting absorbed. OsteoDenx acts a bone banker by letting minerals in and out of the bone.

When you are considering taking a supplement or bio-replenshment, remember quality counts. Look for pharmaceutical grade products to ensure you know what you are getting. I used to buy cheap supplements. Then I learned about all the binders, fillers, and the lack of the substance I thought was in the product. A cutting edge research and development department as well as a good 30 day money back guarantee are all important too. Nikken offers an autoship each month if desired, plus a full line of certified organic supplements. Contact me so I can show you how to get the most for your money.





 Living Healthier Now and the Heal Yourself Challenge do not claim to diagnose, treat or cure any condition or symptom. Always work with your medical team to make the best choices for your given situation.

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