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Any info on Standard Process Calcifood for Osteoporosis?

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Posted: 11/29/2014 8:55:23 AM
 
I just got another Dexascan showing continued bone loss inspite of my best efforts to over-take the onset of post menopausal osteoporosis using all the tools I have found here which I won't itemize. This week my Chiropractor recommended a standard process product called "Calcifood" which is raw bone meal and supposedly a food rather than a supplement. I stopped taking calcium years ago for my artery health. Does anyone here know of this product? Is there ever a case in which you would consider taking it? 

In in my heart of hearts I think my central bone issue is hormonally driven which I am hitting head on, but is there anything I am missing? 

Thanks so much,

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Posted: 11/30/2014 9:53:18 AM
 

CJ.

You need to look at your age and your T score in your hip and spine in order to know whether you have a problem or not.  Almost everyone's T score goes down with age. 

Those are the minimal fundamentals here.



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Posted: 11/30/2014 11:56:35 AM
 
Lconnelly: I will post my Tscores once I get the test in hand this week. Appreciate you directing me to a point of discernment.

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