Back to Bone Ami

I never realized how difficult it is to get the necessary Vitamin D, calcium and magnesium in food! After a month of keeping a food diary and tracking my nutrients on Cronometer, it has beome apparent that even my healthier diet with 6-9 cups of fruits and vegetables every day is not supplying what I need for bone health.

So, I’m turning to an old supplement friend, Bone Ami. This time, I’m choosing the liquid version which supplies 400 IU of vitamin D, 500 mg of calcium, and 250 mg of magnesium in every dose. The liquid form is more readily absorbed, and, in case you’re wondering, it tastes really good! I still have to make good food choices to reach my target goals for these nutrients, but the goal is now possible, thanks to Bone Ami.

My next bone density scan should happen in October 2018. I lost ground from 2012 to 2014 and barely maintained from 2014 to 2016. I’ve been told that women in my demographic can’t gain bone density, that we just have to work hard to keep from losing. Maybe that’s true- but what if it’s not? I’m giving my bones my best shot. I’m eating well, nourishing them from within, and I’m exercising, strengthening them from without. And now I’m giving them a little extra help from Bone Ami.

So, friends, is it possible? Have any of you actually gained bone density? Have any of your Bone Densitometry reports ever shown improvement? I would love to hear some success stories!

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Bone Ami?

When I learned of my osteopenia diagnosis, my first thought was of Beeyoutiful’s Bone Ami.  Bone Ami contains vitamin D, calcium, magnesium, zinc, copper and manganese, all of which are very important for bone health.  I had a dream of coming back for my next bone density scan and wowing everybody with my bone growth.  Then I would say, “I owe it all to Beeyoutiful and Bone Ami!”That’s not exactly what happened.  I still think Bone Ami is a great product, but it didn’t seem to be the answer for me.  I took it for several months but stopped when it seemed to be aggravating my gall bladder.  I found myself in a catch-22.  The supplements that were good for my bones were bad for my gall bladder.  The diet for prevention of gall stones didn’t include the foods that would help my bones.  What to do??

Well, I went to work on my gall bladder.  Several cleanses later, the gall bladder pain was under control, and I attempted to help my bones with some additional calcium in my meals.  But my diet changes weren’t enough.  When it was time for the next scan, not only had I not experienced any bone growth, I had actually lost!

Sigh.  It wasn’t going to be as simple as taking Bone Ami.  I was going to have to work a little harder…