• Strontium NOT Approved by FDA for Osteoporosis

    Although most minerals that are essential for bone health can be obtained through a diverse diet, some are added in excess to supplements.  The most common are calcium, zinc, manganese, copper, and one you may be less familiar with – strontium.
    Strontium should be questioned for bone health and osteoporosis. It is not considered an “essential” nutrient for bone health and it has unique properties that differentiate it from the others mentioned above.

    The body absorbs strontium as if it were calcium, when in fact strontium is a much heavier element.  It is so heavy, in fact, that it actually displaces calcium in bone.


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