Someone has just added a comment to my November 6th post about osteoporisis suggesting that I check out her website which I did, and which turned out to be an advertisement for her book, The Bone Health Revolution. It’s not available on Amazon or any other bookstore I can find, and the publisher is not identified.
Ordinarily I look at this kind of thing with weary cynicism, but this woman sounded so much like me that I ordered her book.
It is by Vivian Goldschmidt, a New York woman with an M.A. in nutrition and whose doctor urged her to start taking Fosamax. Like meshe started to do some research on the subject rather than plunge forward unheeded to follow the advice. Much like me, she uncovered a lot of information that gave her pause, and, also like me, set out to find a natural cure for her thinning bones.
She says she’s found it and has written a book which she is selling for a few cents less than $30 (U.S. currency). I’ve ordered it. Since it has to come to me here in England it may take some time to arrive, but when it’s here, I will read it and give you my assessment.
It will be interesting to compare her claimed route to success with mine.
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