Gents, you might think you're off the hook when it comes to bone health.

Sure, you have a lot of OTHER issues to worry about…

But thinner, weaker bone?

That's a woman's disease!

Well, friend, I'm here today with a reality check.

Because while bone loss IS more common in women… osteoporosis has become a growing problem in men.

And there's one key cause of it, too.

Thankfully, it's one that's ENTIRELY within your control!

So today, I'll not only share why guys need to pay just as much attention to bone health as women.

I'll also REVEAL the steps you can take to help keep PAINFUL and CRIPPLING breaks at bay.

Here's the problem, guys… and it's a familiar one.

It's your weight.

Specifically, your levels of body fat.

The more meat on your bones… the more those bones will STRUGGLE!

A new study finds that older guys with EXCESS fat accumulation tend to have LOWER bone mineral density.

As I'm sure you've heard, BMD is a crucial measure of bone strength.

The LOWER your bone mineral density… the HIGHER your odds of a potentially devastating break or fracture…

And the MORE LIKELY you'll face a condition such as osteopenia… or full-on osteoporosis.

Scientists are now urging docs to screen "bigger" guys for this condition.

Next thing you know, your doc will be sizing you up for bone drugs!

Here's why that's a problem…

Not only do they NOT always protect bone… but they could actually CAUSE breaks and fractures with long-term use.

There's another way, my friend.

TWO other ways, in fact… and I'd suggest hitting them BOTH simultaneously.

First, lose the weight. It's not just the bone risk… as if that's not bad enough… but everything else excess body fat will do to you.

You know what I'm talking about -- heart disease, diabetes, metabolic problems, hormonal issues, and just all-around poor health.

It's easier than you think. QUIT processed foods… RESTRICT carbs… and you're well on your way.

And second, give your bones what they need to carry out repairs and rebuilding.

You WON'T get that from a med.

But you WILL get it from some very basic natural therapies, especially…

  • calcium
  • vitamin D
  • vitamin K, and
  • magnesium.

Here's the catch: It's an all-or-nothing deal. They ALL need each other… or the whole process falls apart.

So, make sure you're getting the right amounts needed each day from both diet and supplements.

Just speak to a doc before taking K supplements… as they don't mix well with certain meds, especially the blood thinner warfarin.