Wednesday, April 11, 2012

This Drink Eats Your Bones And What You Should Drink Instead

Television commercials and advice from your doctor lead you to believe the secret to strong, healthy bones is drinking milk and taking drugs.

But that's a huge misconception and a big lie, believes Vivian Goldschmidt, MA, founder of Save Our Bones - the world's largest natural osteoporosis community.
Sure your bones need calcium, but if you consume large quantities of milk, you're actually draining your bones of this much needed mineral.

Here's why milk is a brutal bone thief:
Milk has an acidifying effect on your body.
Let me explain. Everything we put into our body gets processed and alters its acid/alkaline balance. And like everything in nature, the body tries to correct the imbalance. So because milk has an acidifying effect, your body automatically pulls calcium out of your bones to neutralize the acid attack.

Why calcium?
Because it is a potent neutralizer. That's why the main ingredient in some antacids is calcium.
Think of milk entering the body like a raging forest fire and your body's natural processes is the team of brave firefighters. So your body jumps into action and uses calcium to put out the acidic attack. And even though milk contains 300 mg of calcium in one cup, unfortunately, the net result is a calcium deficit in your bones.

So what should you drink instead?
Vivian recommends drinking almond or rice milk as a delicious alternative to milk. And unsweetened fermented or cultured dairy products such as yogurt, kefir, and sour cream are okay to enjoy.

This is just some of shocking information in Vivian Goldschmidt's best-selling handbook on natural bone building solutions titled "The Natural Bone Building Handbook".  And for a limited time, she's giving it away for free.
To get your free copy, just click here.

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