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Yes! Magnesium and other co-factors may reverse bone loss (osteopenia/osteoporosis). It is no longer "just a calcium" thing!!
The Magnesium Miracle
CharlotteandBuck CahallMarch 27 at 11:23am posted the following:All my bone densities (DEXA scans) since I have been forty (I am now 66) have shown that I have osteopenia (precursor to osteoporosis). Just had another bone density done Wednesday and for the first time in my life, the bone density is normal. Yay me. Normally our bone density decreases after menopause. I have increased to normal. The only thing that I can fathom that has reversed my osteopenia is the addition of a magnesium supplement to my diet for the past year and a half. I also say Yay for Carolyn Dean and the "Magnesium Miracle". The report read "statistically significant increase in bone density". I am doing the happy dance.