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Learning More About Osteoporosis Is The First Step In Taking Control Of Your Health!

Knowledge is Power

In this video series you will learn invaluable information about Osteoporosis and how you can reverse this condition naturally without the harsh side effects of pharamaceutical drugs.

Learning More About Osteoporosis Is The First Step In Taking Control Of Your Health!

Learn what Osteoporosis is, the symptoms, how to interpret your test results, the importance of Osteoclast and Osteoblast cells, the problem(s) with pharmaceuticals, movements to modify in order to prevent injury and common myths about the condition.

By knowing this information you are better equipped to make decisions that affect your life, your lively-hood and your overall well-being.

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  1. Mel says:

    Thank you so much for the first video, Cindy. The video and your website are extremely helpful. I could not be more grateful to know that it is possible to avoid allopathic drugs and reverse osteoporosis.

    1. Cindy Bartz says:

      You are so welcome, I am looking forward to talking to you later this week.

  2. Karla says:

    Thank you for doing all this leg work.
    I’m 59, and just diagnosed with Osteoporosis. This was my first bone density test.
    I’m healthy, active and am shocked at my diagnosis.
    I’m not going to take the prescribed pharmaceutical medication. So I’m looking forward to learning more on natural reversal.
    Thanks again for this encouraging information.

  3. Ana says:

    Hello and thank you for the information, I was diagnosed with osteoporosis last year and was prescribed Prolia I didn’t want to take the shot to many ugly side effects, I started exercising and really changed my eating habits but my joints hurt a lot my Dr said it’s also because of the full hysterectomy I had and I have no hormones I really don’t know he doesn’t explain much to me I’m very frustrated and scared I’m scheduled to have another test this October but I feel it’s not going to be good again please help. Thank you Ana

    1. Cindy Bartz says:

      Hi Ana – I’d love to talk to you on the phone, you can make an online appointment at: https://app.acuityscheduling.com/schedule.php?owner=12971046

  4. Barb Burke says:

    Thank you for this video. I’ve been doing tons of research since being diagnosed with osteoporosis, so I pretty much knew about most of the info you were kind enough to share. Looking forward to the next video.

  5. Jamey says:

    I have been dealing with osteopenia since 2016. I have all the risks and need to get serious about strengthening my bones! My last DEXA scan was in 2019 and I go for my next one in December. All my doctor has ever told me is to take 1200 mg of calcium per day and eat a balanced diet. She gave me info on Fosteum Plus at my last visit and said she would prescribe this to me after my next DEXA scan if no improvement. The price for this drug is ridiculous and I’m not liking what I read about the side effects. I’ve been looking at natural supplements (but not sure what to purchase) foods to eat and exercises that build bone. Great info in this first video and looking forward to the next one!

  6. Lee says:

    Thank you for this. I just did a bone infusion Tuesday. Hurts sooo bad. My T scores were -3.9 in hips and spine. I was on ForTeo for 2 yrs. didn’t work at all and the bone infusion was my last hope. Atleast that is wat my doctor told me. I’m to do these infusions once a yr. I’m 51 now. 48 is when I was diagnosed. Thank you for doing these videos. Can’t wait until the other ones. I really need to know wat i should eat. In 2015 I had weight loss surgery and have had a lot of steroids shots. Malabsorption and the steroids and I had a hysterectomy in 2011 and that set it off too. Thanks for any help u can give me. I’m so lost right now and scared.

    1. Cindy Bartz says:

      Hi Lee… first off, please don’t be scared, being worried and stressed out happens when we think we are not in control. You ARE in control, first take a few deep breaths in and out, you can control your breath and you can control your health.

      You will learn there are 4 primary aspects to reversing the condition naturally, they include: Bone Friendly Foods, Supplements that support new bone growth, Weight Bearing Exercises and Managing Your Stress.

      I would love to talk to you in person and do offer a free 45 minute consultation. Let’s talk 🙂

  7. Janet Brittain says:

    I was told I had to take medicine because femur was -2.9. I don’t want to take them because of side effects. I really need some tips. Thank you.

    1. Cindy Bartz says:

      Hi Janet — I’d love to talk to you in person and see how I can help you. Please set up a free 45 minute discovery call with me — let’s talk 🙂

  8. Josefina Mendez says:

    Thanks I am sad, but now you’re giving me HOPE!

    1. Cindy Bartz says:

      You can always improve — healthy bone friendly diet, the correct supplements, manage your stress and weight bearing exercises. I’d love to talk to you.

  9. Suzanne Collier says:

    You have given me hope! Thank you Cindy. I don’t know my scores but I was told I had osteopenia when I was 50 and now at 63, I have been diagnosed with osteoporosis. I went for the last Dexa scan because my dentist noticed I had bone loss in my jaw and will probably have to have 3 teeth removed! My doctor has prescribed medication but I am too scared to take it! I have just received my second month of it. ? Can’t wait for the other 2 videos! Thanks for such a good first video. ?

  10. Debra says:

    I am very interested in finding out more information. I had to beg for a bone density test at 60 and found that I am teetering on the verge of osteoporosis. I was experiencing other issues and was on medication that depleted minerals from my bone. My second bone density test was worse. I really thought I’d made progress. I am frustrated and scared that if I can’t strengthen my bones I will not be able to continue my active lifestyle. Hoping you can bring me knowledge.

    1. Cindy Bartz says:

      Debra — I’d love the opportunity to talk to you one on one and see if my program would be a good fit for you. You can go to my home page (www.cindybartz.com) and sign up for a free consultation.

  11. Pam says:

    Very informative. Can’t wait to hear more about the natural way to reverse it

  12. Kimberly Rush says:

    I thought I was doing all of the right things all of my life. Very active, weight bearing work, yoga, diet-but yet, as happened to you, I have osteoporosis and am ready to learn more and will work with you on this.
    This video was very valuable information.
    Thank you!

  13. Linda C. says:

    Fortunately, a nurse friend and my dental hygienist filled me in on the dangers of pharmaceuticals for osteoporosis. I’m excited to see natural remedies for this. Seeking a second opinion on my diagnosis of osteoporosis, the doctor said, “You’re doing everything right, so your only hope is medication.” Grr

    1. Cindy Bartz says:

      Hi Linda
      Eating “bone friendly” foods, taking the exact supplements in the exact amount, including weight bearing exercises daily and managing your stress levels is doing “everything right”. Are you doing all of this? Sign up for a free consultation with me and let’s find out what you can do to build healthy strong bones naturally.

  14. PL says:

    Thank you Cindy. I have been working on my bone density without meds using information from Osteoporosis Natural Remedies which is a Facebook group. Someone in the group gave out your information which is how I got to your videos. I hope to learn more because I’ve found that nothing is cut and dry where this diagnosis is concerned. ?

    1. Cindy Bartz says:

      You are welcome Penny. Enjoy the videos you are correct in that there’s a lot of information out there. It can be overwhelming. I have a comprehensive program that includes weight bearing exercises, stress management techniques, nutrition and a specific supplement protocol that has been medically proven to build strong, healthy bones.

  15. Pam says:

    Thank you for this great info! I am looking forward to the next video!
    I too have been working out all my life and eat very well and was so surprised when I was told I had osteopenia. My doctor had prescribed a medication which I refused and am taking calcium and am trying to eat foods that are calcium enriched. I am curious as to what you did. Thank you

  16. Valeska Cedeno says:

    Very interesting!! Thank you!!
    I can’t wait to watch the second video.

    1. Cindy Bartz says:

      You are in great place Sandra to reverse this before it gets worse. Diet, weight bearing exercise, managing stress, the correct supplements are the components that will make a huge difference. I talk about these components in the next 2 videos 🙂

  17. Sandra says:

    Thank you Cindy! Very clear explaination in video 1. Exactly as you say, Doctors do not talk much about root cause or healthier habits, my Doctor also prescribed Calcium with Vitamin D for life, end of the conversation…
    By the way, I am 51 and as you did, got my first Scan in January with osteopenia.
    Looking forward for video de 2.

    1. Joni says:

      I am interested in hearing more. I just received my test results and have not been to my doctor yet. My 3 T scores were -2.5, -2.9 and -3.4.

      1. Cindy Bartz says:

        Hi there — I do free consultations — sign up on my home page — https://www.cindybartz.com

  18. Miriam Turner says:

    I am 66yrs old & diagnosed with Osteopenia I’m my lower back, although I found your video informative I would like to know more on how I can relieve my pain & ifs it is possible to overcome this without pain medications

    1. Cindy Bartz says:

      Hi Miriam, Usually Osteopenia does not cause pain, there may be something else going on. I would recommend seeing a healthcare professional such as a chiropractor as the pain may be something unrelated to your Osteopenia.

  19. Laurie Luzod says:

    I was recently diagnosed with osteoporosis. My score was -2.5 on the lumbar spine. The way you explain it it sounds like that is still osteopenia. I ‘m confused!!!?! I look forward to your video and advice. I am trying to come out of this depression- ugh, what a devastating diagnosis this is. ?

    1. Cindy Bartz says:

      Hi Laurie — a score of -2.5 is right at the borderline of Osteopenia and Osteoporosis, -2.5 is the “cutoff” point, -2.4 is Osteopenia, -2.5 is diagnosed as Osteoporosis… so again you are on the border. I hope you are enjoying and learning valuable information from the videos. I know I was disappointed when I was first diagnosed as well, but know that you can take control of this and can reverse it!

  20. Margaret says:

    Thank you Cindy, I’m so excited to learn more, I had my DEXA SCAN at age at 62, just last summer (8/2019) after breaking an ankle, and a pinky toe just a few months apart. I was diagnosed with Osteoporosis. After listening to your speech, I’m going to request my results, now that I understand how to read the results. I was told to take this pharmaceutical medication along with vitamins. I turned it all down, because I was to scared too. Especially after reading the side effects of the medication. I have taken 1 free session with an instructor of these very expensive machines that only takes a total of 15 minutes a week, that is suppose to reverse Osteoporosis at a $199.00 price tag for 6-8 weeks or longer. Not covered by medical. I don’t know if it truly will work. I SOOO want a natural cure to reverse Osteoporosis. On top of it all, my doctor check my cholesterol and it Is slightly high. 6% of having a heart attack. I thought the KETO diet would help me get stronger bones and muscles, My weight dropped from 187-171 pounds. Being that I never in my life had any elevated high blood pressure, I Panic . Than I went on a RAW diet to lose more weight 171 to 163 today.. 1/26/2020 still in the back of my mind.. I’m so confused.. about what diet will work. I eat Organic Raw Presently. I don’t think it’s helping my bones get stronger, but I want to keep my cholesterol in check.
    I’ve always been 5’4, but I’m 5’3
    something. ( small frame) Everything that you talked about on your video I totally could relate. I just seem to hurt so bad after the workout when I try to do weights. I’m do open to some ideas that would help me reverse Osteoporosis. I would sure like to hop on my unicycle again without worry about breaking a bone if I did fall. Look forward to the next video. Thank you again for the informative information.
    Sincerely, Margaret

  21. Karen Baum says:

    Hi Cindy. I loved the first video. I would love to see how to reverse osteoporosis. I am exercising and eating whole food plant base. You mentioned a coffee substitute you drink that you love and tastes like hazelnut. I would love to know what it is. Thank you so much. Looking forward to my next email. Karen Baum.

    1. Cindy Bartz says:

      I’d love to help you Karen — the coffee substitute I use is Teeccino 🙂

      1. Linda Jansen says:

        Where can we get the Teeccino? I am very interested as well. Thanks Cindy!

        1. Cindy Bartz says:

          Some health food stores carry it — you can also find it online 🙂

  22. Maria E. Pulido says:

    Thank you for the information on this video. I very interesting in learning about the exercises and nutrition.

    1. Cindy Bartz says:

      Maria, video #2 has information on the exercises and nutrition as well as supplements — ENJOY!

  23. Debbie Britton says:

    Thank you for the information and great review. I’m interested in the exercises you recommend.

  24. Judy says:

    Thank you ! Great video and I look forward to hearing and learning more. I was diagnosed with osteoporosis much like you at age 50 but refused to take the drugs prescribed. Looking to improve my scores and turn this around.

    1. Helen Pertesis says:

      Thank you so much for this great video .It was extremely informative and looking forward for the next one..

  25. Sarah Phillips says:

    Thanks so much for sharing. I did not realize all the implications of osteoporosis. I am 60 years old and thought I was doing the right things, but my T-scores are -3.4. I am hopeful that I can reverse this condition. Blessings . . .

  26. JEANNE COUCHEY says:

    Thank you for sharing, through your knowledge I hope others may benefit. I now feel that there is hope for me.

  27. Cindy Johnson says:

    Cindy J.
    Thanks so much for this video series you offer. I was diagnosed a few years ago with borderline osteoporosis. I have continued to decline prescription meds and treat by exercise, walking daily, and eating plant based mostly as well as supplementing with silica and sometimes other natural supplements. My last DEXA was better so I will continue doing what I am doing. For exercise I mainly have been doing the BARRE method and find it works very well combining with some low weight lifting. I feel stronger and have noticed it helps my posture. Thanks again Cindy. Can’t wait for the info on your exercises and diet/supplement recommendations.

  28. Terri Mossi says:

    Thank you Cindy! This video provided so much more information than my doctor did. I have osteopenia and western medicine just does not provide preventative simple solutions to building back healthy bone. We are left fishing around the Internet for solutions and not knowing what is accurate information. Thank you for providing this. I look forward to video 2.

  29. Suzanne S says:

    My DEXA scans give three measurements: the two you mention plus forearm. I am curious why you do not include it?

    1. Cindy Bartz says:

      Each doctor may prescribe different locations, the overall measurement, the lumber spine and femural neck are the most common. The T-Scores are read the same no matter the area of the body scanned.

  30. Brenda Anguiano says:

    Thank you for this information looking forward to hearing more

  31. Shelley says:

    Great information! Very easy to understand. Looking forward to the next one.

  32. Suzanne says:

    Cindy, I found this very informative. Learned more from you then my own doctor. Thank you sooo much for these videos, can’t wait till I get the next one. Actually feel like there is hope. I have osteoporosis, I already have a fracture in my back. I eat very healthy, I walk alot, I take a calcium, magnesium, vitamin d and k2 supplement. Don’t know what more I can do. I refuse to take prescription drugs. Thank you for your videos.

    1. Cindy Bartz says:

      Suzanne — so glad you found the videos helpful. Most doctors unfortunately don’t have the time to talk about all the details of this condition. I’d love to talk to you personally and see how I can help you.

  33. Traci Long says:

    Great information and explained so nicely. Looking forward to the next video.

  34. Martha says:

    Thank you ! Very informative!

    1. Cindy Bartz says:

      My pleasure Martha!

    2. Wanda says:

      I know about the things I just read but very interesting on how to reverse and make it better. I have osteopenia and I workout take medicine but nothing has gotten better.

      1. Cindy Bartz says:

        Hey there Wanda — I would love to talk to you in more detail about what you are currently doing. There’s probably some “tweeks” here and there that can be introduced that will make all the difference in the world.

  35. Patricia says:

    My story is your story. I was diagnosed w/osteopenia at age 50. I’ve been been very active in the gym and a long distance runner. I refuse to take medications. Thank you you for this info. Can’t wait for the next video. Hopefully, I’m already on my way to improvement.

    1. Cindy Bartz says:

      Hey Patricia, thank you for sharing, yes this is the story of many! Let me know how I can help. Take care!

  36. Cindy says:

    Very informative ; thank you. I will be diving in to my records for understanding. The video also is encouraging!!

  37. Marilyn says:

    Hi Cindy,

    I live in Canada so our testis called a bone density. I am 70 and have not been told I have either osteoporosis or osteopenia. My mother did and was put on Fosamax. A patient at physio told me she has had her femur operated on 3 times! There is a fracture in a certain place on the femur that surgeons know is caused by Fosamax because of the location! My mother had numerous fractures over the course of her 96 years and her death due to pneumonia was secondary to a pelvic fracture and her femur broken in 2 places! I will not take any of these drugs. I am now trying to eat whole food, plant based which is a learning curve. I loved your video with Kerry and this one as well. Thank you for doing the research for us!

    1. Cindy Bartz says:

      Hey there Marilyn, yes a more plant based diet can be a learning curve, take small steps and over time it can make a huge difference. If you are looking for recipes, look at my blog section under “healthy eats”. I’ve got lots of great, easy to make, delish recipes to try and all are bone friendly.

  38. Elizabeth says:

    Thank you for this information. I am looking forward to the next 2 videos.

  39. Muriel says:

    Thank you for sharing your knowledge.

    1. Cindy Bartz says:

      You are most welcome Muriel!

  40. Jill says:

    I knew all this already

    1. Cindy Bartz says:

      That’s great Jill, you have been doing reseearch and it’s a great validation for you.

  41. David says:

    Thanks for the video, Cindy. In the UK, my third DXA T-score was total hip(Right).

    1. Cindy Bartz says:

      Hi David,
      That’s interesting, are you right or left handed? If you are right handed it’s interesting they did the scan on your primary side. I wonder if that’s the standard in the UK?

  42. Louanne Brace says:

    I am in the same boat .. full blow Osteoporosis 4.5 in the minus . Only 62 .. Doctor wants me to start Forteo .. 1500 a month !!! Who can afford that ?? I can’t wait to here how I can reverse my osteoporosis. Excited for the next video ..

    1. Cindy Bartz says:

      Louanne – sorry to here about your scores, you will LOVE and LEARN so much in Video 2 — it’s all about pharmaceuticals and medical studies focused on natural solutions.

  43. Loretta says:

    Hi Cindy I have had osteoporosis since the age of 50. I am now 64. I did take Boniva at one time and went back for a scan and it was worse. I really try to take care of myself by exercising and eating healthy. They now want to give me a shot I can’t remember the name of the drug. I will not take it. I am really starting to be concern because every time I go for another scan it only gets worse. I am really hoping to reverse my osteoporosis with your help. Thank you

    1. Cindy Bartz says:

      Hi Loretta, you are not alone, like you when I was 50, and like so many other women, when they go for their first scan they get the news they are already have low bone density. The good news is it can be reversed… and done naturally. Many people have done so, do not loose hope. I would love the opportunity to talk to you one on one, learn more about your challenges, answer any questions you have and get you going on turning this around. I’m here for you want want to help.

  44. Audrey says:

    This was a bit of a review for me since I was diagnosed with Osteoporosis over 5 years ago. I was fortunate that Kaiser immediately sat me down with a special nurse who explained my results and discussed all the options I had for dealing with the diagnosis. This included recommendations for supplements and all my medicinal options. She gave me a brochure that listed everything she went over with me and said that I had time to consider my options and list any questions I had. I was referred to an endocrinologist who answered my questions and prescribed my chosen medication which was Evista. I also do yoga and meditation so I look forward to hearing your recommendations for healing myself naturally.

    1. Cindy Bartz says:

      Hi Audrey
      That is great that you were taken care of and given so much information and recommendations. Evista, as you probably know, is a SERM – Selective Estrogen Receptor Moduler. SERMs were developed to reap the benefits of estrogen while avoiding the hormone’s potential side effects. SERMs, can act like estrogen on bone — protecting its density — but as an anti-estrogen on the lining of the uterus to prevent diseases like breast cancer. It’s great that you are doing yoga, there’s many different types, as a certified yoga teacher, I can tell you the best type of building healthy bone is Hatha — a practice where you are holding strength poses (like warrior, tree and triangle) for long periods of time (i.e. at least 30 seconds). Meditation is also very beneficial as it is a way to destress. Stress plays a huge part in Osteoporosis, finding techniques that work for you to manage stressful situations and decompress will most certainly help. Audrey, I wish you the best of luck and if you would like to talk one-one-one with me I’d love to learn more about you. If there’s anything I can help you with regarding Osteoporosis let me know.

  45. Catherine says:

    Hi Cindy just watched your video. Good General info. Just one note – The total score on a DXA is not the total score overall (i.e. Total body) it is the total femur score.

    1. Cindy Bartz says:

      hmm… that’s interesting, whenever I have asked doctors they have said total overall. Maybe it depends on the test and/or where you have it done. Thanks for letting me know, I will need to update the video 🙂 Cheers!

  46. Jennifer Collver says:

    I am on the waiting list for spinal fusion for scolliosis. I was recently diagnosed with Osteopenia. I am a certified yoga instructor and I practice Chi Gong and Tai Chi. I have always eaten healthy food,I live in a rural area and I exercise and meditate every day,,using breath awareness meditation for pain control.. I am trying to accept my conditions but now I’m wondering if spinal fusion is a terrible idea, seeing that the bones are getting porous. I’ve already been doing physio to strengthen the back muscles , hoping to avoid the surgery.I feel overwhelmed.Your video gives me some hope. I can hardly wait for the next one.

    1. Cindy Bartz says:

      Hi Jennifer, sorry to hear you will need surgery for your scoliosis. You may want to find a holistic doctor who can give you a second opinion about the surgery. I would definately ask the surgeon if getting the spinal fusion would affect bone density. It’s great that you are a certified yoga teacher and are committed to your practices of yoga, tai chi, qigong, breathwork and meditation. As a certified instructor you may already know that there are poses — especially for a “C” curve that can help to reduce the curve. I wish you the best of luck, please contact me if you have questions or would like to talk personally to me.

  47. Louise Toan says:

    Hi Cindy:
    I really enjoyed your video. You share your knowledge in a clear and easy to understand way. Your info is precise. It is repeated just enough to keep it in your mind and digest it. This first video makes me look forward to the next series of information. Thank you!

    1. Cindy Bartz says:

      Thank you Louise for your feedback. Each video has very specific information and I know you will learn so much from the series. Take care!

  48. Lolita Ilagan says:

    Thank for your video Iearn something that I don’t know, I have breast cancer so the doctor told me it is happen to have Osteoporosis and maybe also the food that I eat or etc. I’m 65 years old and I take generic of Boniva 1 years and I got dexa Sept. 19, 2017 & result he told me it worse . I’m Asian 5,1ft. I know you can help
    Me God bless Thank you

    1. Cindy Bartz says:

      I would love to help you Lolita – look for my bonus in Video #3 — Take Care!

  49. Robin says:

    Excellent video ! Thank you.

    1. Cindy Bartz says:

      Thanks Robin for the feedback — I’m glad you found it helpful.

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