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In This Video You Will Learn How It Is Possible To Reverse Osteoporosis Naturally and Why Pharmaceutical Drugs Are Not The Answer

Welcome Back!

Knowledge is Power! Do you know why pharmaceutical drugs are not the answer? You will find out in this video.

You will also learn how reversing Osteoporosis IS possible and the importance of Osteoblast and Osteoclast cells.

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

Did you like this video? Did you learn something new? Do you have a question about this information?

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  1. Mel Kobrin says:

    Thank you so much, Cindy. Your video series is outstanding. Couldn’t be more grateful for the information. Looking forward to video #3.

  2. Joanne says:

    Hi Cindy I’m 57 and just diagnosed with Osteoporosis
    I workout 5 days a week and follow a healthy diet no supplements
    So frustrated to be diagnosed don’t know what additional I need to do
    Absolutely do not want drugs

    1. Cindy Bartz says:

      Hi Joanne — I’d love to talk to you one on one. There are some supplements that can help with healthy bone growth that are difficult to get thru food sources. You can set up a free consultation on my website. Take care!

  3. Barb says:

    Thank you for video no. 2 – I learned a lot and am starting to have hope again that I can improve my condition naturally. Looking forward to video no. 3. Thank you so much. ?

  4. Sherry mckenzie says:

    Great information thank you so much.
    I too have osteopenia and osteoporosis in spine. Looking forward to video 3.
    Do you have any cds out there with your exercises.

  5. Joni says:

    Thanks so much for the videos. Can’t wait to see what exercises I can do. I was recently diagnosed and definitely want to do everything naturally.

  6. Audrey J Emery says:

    If a person has taken prolia shots forever is it safe to stop them? I read that it destroys your bones if you stop the shots.

    1. Cindy Bartz says:

      Hey Audrey
      It’s best to work with your doctor to “wean” off. It will be important if / when you go off to have a plan in place of how you will support your body to build healthy, strong bones. The plan will need to include a consistent exercise program, eating healthy bone friendly foods, taking specific supplements and managing stress levels. This may seem overwhelming at first, taking baby steps and preparing yourself now eventually it becomes a way of life.

  7. Pam says:

    Thank you! This was very informative. I have been exercising all my life, 7 days a week with and without weights and at least 45 minutes a workout so I was very surprised when I was diagnosed with osteopenia. I will have to take a good look at my diet now and see what I can do and check for these high alkaline foods that might be a problem. I did start taking a calcium supplement which I will definitely think about eliminating now. Looking forward to the 3rd video.
    Thank you!!

  8. karen golebiewski says:

    I would like to know some of the foods and exercises you recommend. I am currently researching the different medications my Endocronologist told me about.

    1. Cindy Bartz says:

      Hi Karen — my program clearly outlines the foods, supplements and exercises to incorporate into your daily life in order to reverse the condition naturally.

  9. Remie says:

    Thanks, Cindy for the info.
    Can you please share with me the particular exercises that i can do daily for 20 mins.
    What are the side effects of taking calcium supplements?

    1. Cindy Bartz says:

      I have 2 exercise routines/sequences that are explained in great detail within my program, they are yoga-based, but also incorporate my “osteo-blast” methodology. One routine is for the upper body and the other is for the lower body. Calcium is needed, but most can be gotten from the food you eat and is much safer and is more easily absorbed into the body versus taking a calcium supplement. The side affects of taking large amounts of calcium may include kidney stones, bone spurs and calcification in the arteries.

  10. Melika says:

    Thank you so much Cindy

  11. Monika says:

    Very informative !
    Couple years ago, me and my husband did an alkaline diet, to lower his cholesterol, worked like a charm !
    Had no idea it is great for the bones !
    Definitely going to go back on it.
    I refused pharmaceuticals, knew about side effects and the way they “work “ !
    I am taking AlgaeCal supplement. Are you familiar with it ?
    Also exercising at least four times a week.
    Are you going to share a specific exercises in you next video ?
    If not, is there a book or video I can buy ? Found few, but want to make sure they are the best to help with the osteoporosis.
    Thank you,
    Looking forward to your next video !

    1. Lynn Taylor says:

      I be been looking at Algae cal as a new sourse if calcium. Where do you get it? And have you noticed it’s any better. I m on an aseinhibitor, for cancer. Band know that’s another negative for osteoporosis. But what do you do. I’ve also recieved re last infusion 2X 2 years. Need to hear insight on this too

      1. Cindy Bartz says:

        Unfortunately there isn’t a great supplement blend that has (in my opinion) the correct amounts of each supplement. That’s why I usually do not recommend AlgaeCal or other bone building supplement blends. I have a very special and specific protocol that can be learned in my Reversing Osteoporosis Naturally program. This program also includes specific exercises, suggested bone friendly foods to incorporate into your daily intake and stress management techniques. I feel you must include all of these aspects if you wish to increase bone density naturally. Depending on the severity of the bone loss it may be possible to do it without the medicine — however, with the added aseinhibitor for cancer I’m not sure. I do have plenty of folks on my program that also take the medicine so that eventually they can go off the medicine, continue the protocol and continue to build bone.

  12. Margaret Crockett says:

    Thank you so much for this information. I now have my copy of my DEXA Scan. I’m so excited to find out how to Modify movements to prevent injury. I would also like to know which special nutritional supplement protocol that has shown to
    help? It sounds like non starching alkaline vegetables and lots of them would be beneficial to the bones. Looking forward to the next video, Thank you❤️

  13. Diane Fitzkee says:

    Thank you so much! I am so excited for this new knowledge and am anxious to start dietary changes.

  14. Virginia says:

    I’m so glad I watch this lots of good information I have osteopenia and quite concerned thank you I enjoyed it

  15. Linda Jansen says:

    I’m definitely learning a lot. This second video brings up a question for me.

    What do you know about an enzyme a Chiropracter has me taking for neck and shoulder pain called Intenzyme Forte and where’d it interferes with bone health?? Your information is very much appreciated. Thanks ! Linda Jansen

    1. Cindy Bartz says:

      Hi Linda — I haven’t heard of this type of supplement. I would ask your Chiropractor about it to ensure it is not interferring with your bone health.

      1. Gilda Castillo says:

        Cindy, Thank you for sharing this information, I truly appreciate it. I am 61 years old and was recently diagnosed with Osteoporosis. My Doctor wanted me to go on Fosamax, but I declined. I told him I wanted to try diet changes and exercise and repeat dexascan in a year. I always thought I was active, but maybe it’s not enough or not the right exercise. Recently, I have tried the supplement Algaecal and Strontium. I’ve been on it for about a month but It’s causing me upset stomach and I may stop taking it. Do you know anything about Algaecal supplements? I’m looking forward to more of your videos! Thanks again!! Gilda

        1. Cindy Bartz says:

          Hi Gilda
          Good for you in working towards reversing your diagnoses naturally! diet, supplements, exercise and reducing stress is the key. Currently there is not one supplement out on the market that has everything needed to build strong, healthy bone. And there won’t be for many reasons — one because the pill would be very large, or you would have to take several in order to get everything needed. I feel it’s best to take the supplements individually that are required. You might also wish to read my blog on Strontium, as of this writing I do not support it. It isn’t necessary if you take the other supplements. Keep watching the videos and sign up for a free consultation.

  16. Nancy lease says:

    Thank you so much.can you tell me the best weight bearing excesses

  17. JEANNE COUCHEY says:

    Thank again for posting these videos. I am 61 years of age & have been doing yoga for over 15 years. I exercise almost everyday, but still have been diagnosed with osteoporosis. I know I could improve my diet & would really love anymore information. Looking forward to your next video. You are truly an inspiration.

  18. Barb Paladin says:

    The videos were very informative! Do you share the specific exercise routines you followed to reverse your osteoporosis? Or where would I go to find the information? Also for the specific diet you follow?

    1. Cindy Bartz says:

      Hi Barb, thanks for reaching out to me. Yes, I have a very detailed program…. in fact it’s the only program of its kind in the world. It combines specific exercises, nutrition, supplements and stress management techniques that have been medically proven to build healthy, strong bone. You can find more information on my program at: https://www.cindybartz.com/reversing-osteoporosis-naturally-program-options/

  19. Terri Mossi says:

    Thank you Cindy! I’m really enjoying the videos. I know you addressed the coffee question but in addition I had recently read that adding as little as 2 tablespoons of milk to your coffee counteracts the effects of coffee leaching calcium from the bone. And as long as one isnt consuming more than 1-2 cups a day the effects are minimal? What are your thoughts on this statement?

    1. Cindy Bartz says:

      Hi Terri – There’s quite a few varibles to this theory so it’s impossible to give a definative answer. There’s so many types and brands of coffee, so the pH level will vary greatly. Milk can also be acidic… for me I stopped drinking coffee in 2010 with my diagnosis as I didn’t want to risk it. There are some great coffee alternatives out there that are alkaline to give one their coffee “fix”.

  20. Shelley says:

    Thank you for this info! I know my mom has to watch what kind of movements she does since she has osteoporosis and has had several fractures, but I was wondering what you think of rebounding for someone like me who does not have any problems yet. I haven’t had a scan or broke any bones so I don’t really know the condition of my bones at age 54. I’d appreciate your thoughts since winter is coming and I was thinking of exercises I can do indoors at home.

    1. Cindy Bartz says:

      Hey Shelley — Rebounding is a great exercise. It does have some benefits not only for bone strength, but it is very good for the immune system. Start out slow and don’t over do it (i.e. only bouncing with the heels up and down for 5 mins).

  21. Suzanne says:

    LOVE your videos. Very helpful. One question I have is what are good excersises to do? Thank you.

    1. Cindy Bartz says:

      Suzanne — I’ve done a ton of research on different exercises, weight bearing and isometrics is what a person needs to do to help and support strong, healthy bone growth. I have 2 routines – one for the upper body and one for the lower body that only take 10 minutes each day.

  22. Maria Matties says:

    Very informative. I’m almost 60 and found out last November that I had osteoporosis very bad.
    I have been trying natural supplements to help. I have been exercising regulary all my life so it kind of surprises me that I have osteoporosis so bad. Interested to find out what kind of exercises I need to be doing. Looking forward to the next video.

    1. Cindy Bartz says:

      Maria, it’s great that you are active and have been exercising regularly. For most of us nutrition, additional supplements and managing stress can help to assist the body to gain more health bone in a shorter period of time. It will be important for you to start looking at these aspects and how they play a role in bone density. Let me know how I can help and support you.

  23. Cindy says:

    Thank u for sharing ; very informative. Is it the caffeine in coffee that leaches calcium or???

    1. Cindy Bartz says:

      Coffee is usually pretty acidic — the pH is around 2.5 — the body has to find a way to alkalize and one way is to find calcium (very alkaline) in the body.

  24. E says:

    Thank you for all of this useful information. Not all of it agrees with what I am hearing from my doctors. You support your information and my docs just say what they say is true. I am currently trying to keep my osteopenia from getting worse.

    1. Cindy Bartz says:

      I do extensive research and use clinical and medical studies to support the information.

  25. Susan says:

    Cindy, Thank you. I have been dealing with this for 15+ years and took the advice of doctors to take several drugs all of which ended in unnatural symptoms. I then put my foot down and said ‘no’. Last year I was referred to an endocrinologist who advised more calcium, etc. I decided to workout more and take yoga and will find out results in next 2019 bone density test. You bring tears to my eyes when I think I could have avoided all the drugs, but you give me strength to continue, and I can’t wait to continue following your wise direction. Again, thank you.

    1. Cindy Bartz says:

      Susan, way to take control of your health! Be and stay empowered, a little bit every day will result in continued progress. Your bones continually shed and grow new bone — every 7-10 years you have all new bones. Keep this in mind, as it can be very motivating for you to continue on a path toward better, stronger, healthier bones!

  26. Sue Eckiss says:

    Thank you so much for such good information. I take 1000 mg of Calcium Citrate every day along with magnesium and Vitamin D and Vitamin K. Is that amount of calcium bad for building new bone. Will you cover that in another video. Again Thanks for this great information. It gives me hope

    1. Cindy Bartz says:

      Hey there Sue — Yes, in video 3 I talk about common myths and one of them is the amount of calcium. You will be surprised to learn the answer.

  27. Martha jimenez says:

    Love information

    1. Cindy Bartz says:

      Martha — Thanks for the feedback, I love sharing this information!

  28. Caren says:

    Thanks for sharing. The information you povided is very encouraging!

  29. Marley Aspinwall says:

    Hi Cindy,
    am so glad you are offering a natural way to reverse osteoporosis
    for those of us who don’t want to be on pharmaceuticals. Thank you
    so much for giving us hope and looking forward to video 3!

    1. Cindy Bartz says:

      Marley — you are so welcome, I love sharing, helping and supporting those who are looking for a natural approach. Enjoy video 3 🙂

      1. Mercy mebere says:

        Thank you so much sister Cindy I love everything about your teaching and the videos I fact I am among those that have been on Drs prescription for the past five years and now I learnt from you that osteoporosis can be revised thank you ones again my question is how can someone get all those supplements waiting for the 3rd video

  30. Patti S says:

    Love your calmness. Do you have a video that I can follow for excercise.? I can do 20 minutes a day for sure!

    1. Cindy Bartz says:

      Hey Patti — Thanks for the feedback! I have several videos out on YouTube. To get you started I have a video titled “Relieve Back Pain”, but it is also excellent for reducing stress, increasing flexibility and great for more range of motion in hips and lower back. Take Care!

  31. Lolita Ilagan says:

    Thank you for video it help me about Osteoporosis is not sick God bless.

    1. Cindy Bartz says:

      You are welcome Lolita! Take Care

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